May 2015 was our second stay in Saint-Louis Roof 3 ... and the apartment was even better than it was in October 2011. The only bad news ... Air France misplaced one of our suitcase for 4 days ... but thanks to the assistance of Paris For Rent's Eleanor and Suzanne in Paris and Emeline in Sausalito, we celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary in fine fashion. The apartment is perfect in every way: absolutely clean, well-furnished, well-maintained and well-equipped ... and it has attractive views in four directions within the "village" called Île Saint-Louis. We took many photographs from the balcony [ http://www.jeaer1939.net/paris2puako/paree_02/index.html ].
The apartment's central location makes it convenient to explore the Left and Right Banks, the Marais and the Bastille/Saint-Martin Canal neighborhoods. Even Montmartre and Montparnasse are comfortable walks (and we are in our mid-seventies). Turn right at the corner of rue Saint-Louis-en-l'Île and you have a minute's walk to the excellent boulangerie, fromagerie and boucher/charcuterie plus "our local" church, Eglise Saint-Louis en l'Île. Opposite Eva BazArt, the store on the corner, (which my wife frequented frequently) is a reliable ATM. Across from the ATM is a épicier with great fruit and vegetables ... and toward Île de la Cité is a Nicholas wine store and a "supermarché". Across from the entrance to the apartment building is a small but well-stocked grocery store.
At 7, rue des Deux Ponts is l'Auberge des Deux Ponts, an honest restaurant serving generous portions of well-cooked home-style food. Within easy walking distance are three non-tourist restaurants in the 4ème arrondissement: Chez Julian, Cafe Louis Philippe and le Petit Célestin.
If we were to visit Paris again (and we are of an age where we do not buy young Gigondas...