Studio 1 room 2 people saint-paul-place-des-vosges in Paris
The apartment as Seen by Gaëlle Rigou of Parisian Home.
For the past few years, Le Marais has been the place where artists and creators expressed themselves, led by an audience looking for new trends. Enjoy a wide variety of shops and going-out venues in the old Jewish neighborhood and its surroundings. Come and visit the places des Vosges and its legendary architectural harmony.
Building and orientation
This pleasant studio is located on the 6th floor with no elevator and it faces North West.
Layout of the apartment
The living room consists of a kitchenette, a dining table for two people and a comfortable 160 cm convertible sofa. A shower cubicle is at your disposal in the bathroom. The windows of the studio offer a splendid view over the rooftops of Le Marais.
To be noted
Arrival 15H00 and departure 10H00
Contact your consultant to schedule a different time, if needed.
Delivery of the keys by hand
Between 10am and 8pm on weekdays, or via our key box at any other time.
You will receive the contact information and check-in details the week of your arrival, in order to organize yourself as well as possible.Consult our general conditions
Saint Paul, Place des Vosges
Artists, creators, new trends… It’s a lively Paris that awaits you. In the Saint Paul village that surrounds the street of the same name, take an improvised romantic stroll through its inner courtyards. And why not browse a little, to soak up some of the many designers, antique dealers and galleries? Before you head to the upbeat Marais, have a peek into the sublime Hôtel de Beauvais (68 rue François Miron) where Mazarin, Anne of Austria and Mozart liked to go. Walk past the Hotel Sens, reminiscent of a castle with its medieval city architecture (1 rue du figuier).
Small restaurants, bars, theater cafes and trendy shops blend with the charm of this historical district. The rue Vieille du Temple displays row upon row of beautiful town houses. The old shopfronts and workshops in rue des Francs Bourgeois and rue Roi de Sicile are testaments to the working class character of the district in yesteryear: at No. 30, discover an old butchery in mosaic.
A little further on, the pedestrian rue des Rosiers, in the heart of the old Jewish quarter, is a compilation of falafel snacks, old Ashkenazi shops and picturesque old houses. If you feel like it’s time for a rest, step into Place des vosges, a peaceful square where Victor Hugo, Théophile Gautier and Simenon once lived. Lined with tea rooms, boutiques and antique shops, it was, after the Kings, the the favourite spot of the high-class bourgeoisie, bankers and rich merchants. Before you leave, don’t forget to visit the Hotel de Sully of pure renaissance style, where some scenes from the film “Les liaisons dangereuses” were shot. Its bookstore is beautiful, too.
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