La Boheme Vacation rental in Louvre

From $179 / night

Description from the manager

  • Apartment
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 3

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 3

Type: Apt. / Condo

La Boheme Vacation rental in Louvre


Located in the very heart of Paris, the Louvre La Boheme apartment is steps away from one of the main Parisian attractions, the Louvre Museum. The area is full of amazing restaurants, cafes, and some of the best shopping!

The apartment is located on the 6th and last floor, with elevator, and offers incredible views over Paris!

The Louvre La Boheme apartment is ideal for a couple traveling on budget, but still want to be central to capture the true Paris life.

The apartment is layed out in such a manner that it gives a true separation between the rooms, and gives plenty of space.

The bedroom is tucked away in the alcove, offering privacy, and window ...Read more

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La Boheme Vacation rental in Louvre
Paris, Ile-de-France (Paris Region), France

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You cannot ask for a more central location than the Paris' 1st arrondissement, one of the city's most stylish addresses. Located right in the center of the city, this apartment is close to all major transportation and within walking distance of many of Paris' most famous sites and museums.

The Louvre Museum is just around the corner from the apartment. Avid shoppers will enjoy browsing the stores along the famous Rue Saint Honoré from the famous Colette boutique, to luxury brands like Gucci, Dior, and Yves St. Laurent, you will find it all here. The Rue de la Paix, also nearby, is where you find many of the worlds' most famous jewelers--Cartier, Buccellati, Bulgari, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Boucheron.

Stop in for a drink at the Ritz's famous Hemingway Bar before strolling down the lovely Rue de Rivoli. Walk past the famous Comedie Française on your way to the gorgeous Palais Royal. Just down the street, you will find the extensive Tuileries Gardens. Beyond them, the Place de la Concorde looms, marking the entrance to the Champs Elysées, which leads to the Arc de Triomphe.

The neighborhood is also full of restaurants and cafés where you can enjoy fine dining or simply grab a coffee and watch the world go by.

One of our favorite cafes 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 cafes; 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 or the famous Cafe de Flore. French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre and his wife, writer Simone de Beauvoir, used to hole up there in the 50s. These cafes provide perfect vantage points from which to view the foot traffic moving along the busy Boulevard St. Germain.

More suggestions? Check out the following areas, you'll find nice cafes: 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 cafe facing the Pont St Louis, on Ile St Louis, near Quai de Bourbon.

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