Live like a Parisian in this sweet, yet petite apartment in the heart of the Latin Quarter!
Filled with antiques and art, you’ll feel at home in this one bedroom, full bath apartment. The salon/living room is appointed with twin beds disguised as sofas so four can stay comfortably. There is a full kitchen so you can make morning coffee or a full meal in style. Washer/dryer, blow dryer and flat iron all available, as are fans and space heater.
WiFi, Vonage phone, local Paris phone and stereo are all available for unlimited use. We provide all linens, including down duvets, down pillows, cotton blankets, sheets, terry robes and towels.
This quiet, light and air-filled apartment overlooks the roof tops of Paris and is particularly serene.
Just steps from the Jussieu Metro it’s easy to explore Paris from home. Also very nearby by is a bike stand (1/2 block) and a taxi stand (1 block). And, we’re a few short blocks from Gare d'Austerlitz with trains to both Paris airports, London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Germany
At our front door is the Jardin des Plantes, Natural History Museum and a sweet menagerie (zoo!). We’re close to La Sorbonne, Rue Mouffetard, , St Germain, Pantheon, St Michel, Bastille, the Seine River, Notre Dame, and Paris Moorish Baths and Spa one block away. AND probably the best crepes in all of Paris are sold on the corner!
A Special Note for American Travelers: Pls be mindful of your arrival time to Paris and the check-in time of 3:00 pm. Often flights from the US arrive very early in the morning. Unless you book the night before your arrival, you won't necessarily have access to the flat or a place for your luggage until 3:00 pm.
No smoking at all please. Be considerate of the peace and quiet of this building for the other residents.
Unless prearranged differently, check-in is at 3pm and check-out is at 11am.
Hi! We are big fans of Airbnb and use it stay in wonderful places all over the world.
We wanted to list our apartment and share our place with the Airbnb family.
We live in Washington DC and love to travel, and especially love Paris. Probably the best way to see Paris is to walk all day exploring different neighborhoods. We'll walk all day -- drop in a gallery here or there, eat lunch in an intriguing place, hunt antiques, hang out at the Apple store, do some shopping at some favorite local places, and then go out in the evenings for a fabulous meal, Paris-style.
We'll share with you our lists of favorite Paris things to do that we've built after years of visiting Richard's father and mother-in-law, a multi-generational Parisian with fine-honed recommendations.