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A lovely studio apartment for long term rentals in the quintessential neighborhood of Saint Germain des Prés in Paris.
Saint Germain Des Pres – Madame Studio is a 25-square flat located at the top floor of a luxury building with an elevator perfectly designed for students and expat workers.
You'll find this charming apartment in blue and white hues. There's a living and dining area with a blue sofa, breakfast bar, and stools. There's a modern kitchen well-equipped with washer, dryer, microwave oven, toaster, fridge, and coffee machine.
You can access the loft bedroom from teal-painted stairs with a queen bed, sofa, drawer cabinet, and study table beneath a skylight.
You'll find the pale-painted bathroom with shower, toilet, and sink.
Shower Elevator Wifi Washing machine Toaster Stove
Microwave Linens and towels Kettle Fridge Freezer Dryer Clothes
Coffee machine Boiler Children above 12 welcome Children under 12 welcome Non Smoking
You’ll have a quintessentially Parisian stay, in the very heart of Saint Germain des Prés. You are near the Pantheon. Musée du Luxembourg, Luxembourg Gardens, Luxembourg Palace, and Fountain of Peace and the Arts are a few steps away. Rennes and Saint-Placide metro stations are just a few minutes walks.
The 59-story skyscraper Montparnasse Tower is also close by.
You are surrounded by numerous shops, restaurants, and cafés. H&M and Fnac Paris - Montparnasse are the nearest shops.
For further artistic inspiration, you must try the beauty of the nearby Parisian churches – the Église Saint-Sulpice, the Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Cathedral of Notre-Dame.
location is estimated and the address will be provided once your booking is confirmed
After the French Prime Minister's address last May 29, 2020, France has finally entered the second phase of their reopening. Things will slowly go back to normal, even despite certain restrictions and new mandates in place. [...]