1BR Vacation Apartment in Paris Near St. Germain

From $2,105 / week

Description from the manager

  • Apartment
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 3

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 3

Type: Apt. / Condo

1BR Vacation Apartment in Paris Near St. Germain


This one-of-a-kind apartment is located on the second floor of a unique building and offers 700 square feet (75 sqm) of luxurious space.

This apartment is ideal for travelers both because of its sumptuous décor and because of its proximity to St, Germain des Prés. With its multitude of cafés, brasseries, restaurants, galleries, and boutiques, this neighborhood is full of Parisian history and contemporary style.

Place de Furstemberg is located on the street and plaza bearing the same name. This is by far one of the most glamorous and sought after spots in Paris.

The apartment itself is decorated with an antique sensibility, giving it a lovely ...Read more

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1BR Vacation Apartment in Paris Near St. Germain
Paris, Ile-de-France (Paris Region), France

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Finding your café terrace: One of our favorite cafés is Les Chevaux de Marly, inside the Louvre Museum, facing the wing where the Da Vinci Code movie was filmed. Les Chevaux de Marly isn't your typical sidewalk café; the place is filled with history, and even when you sit outside you are well protected against the elements thanks to the stone parapet.

If you are a fan of the Latin Quarter, and the St Germain des Pres area, you will certainly want to sit at the terrace of Les Deux Magots (A Pair of Old Bachelors). French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre and his wife, writer Simone de Beauvoir, used to hole up there in the 50s. Rather large and well protected by a long awning, the terrace is a great spot to observe the foot traffic moving along the busy Boulevard St Germain. The atmosphere inside the cafe has kept some of its mid-twentieth century flavour. It is a tad on the expensive side, but history and a great view always come at a cost!

More suggestions? Check out the following areas, you'll find nice cafés: Butte aux Cailles (in the 13th district), Place de la Contrescarpe (in the 5th district), Place des Abbesses (on the Montmartre Hill), and the perennial café facing the Pont St Louis, on Ile St Louis, near Quai de Bourbon.

We always advise our guests who make the trip to Paris to discover the city on foot. Walking is the absolute best way to enjoy sightseeing in Paris. And 'look up' must be your operative word. Don't just look at eye level: raise your eyes, and observe what's above.

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