This romantic Paris luxury apartment rental offers the unique atmosphere of the Latin Quarter, and is located on the topmost (6th) floor of a charming street in the fifth arrondissement. This elevator-accessed, beautiful, 125 sq. meter duplex offers fast Internet access, air conditioning on both levels, and has a magical view of the Notre Dame and Paris monuments from the romantic terrace.
Direct access to this luxury apartment in Paris is by a keyed private elevator, which will take you up 6 floors to the apartment's first level, which consists of a spacious and bright living room with a fully equipped kitchen, dining area with table and six chairs, washer/dryer, and chimney.
On the right side of this first level is a small corridor leading to a bedroom with ensuite bathroom and bathtub (toilet separate). This first bedroom has a king-size bed (new Dec 2016).
Stairs from the living area lead to a small upstairs living area, a patio and the terrace with a magic view of Notre Dame. To the left of this living area is another bedroom with an ensuite bathroom with shower, bidet and toilet located in the bathroom. This second bedroom has a queen size bed (new Dec 2016).
On the right of the upstairs living area is the third bedroom, with a desk and a 'lit gigogne' (a French trundle bed, which is a single bed with another single bed that pulls out.) Note that this is the only room that does not have A/C. In the living room next to the bedroom, there is an A/C unit so we suggest leaving the bedroom door open. There is also a large skylight in the bedroom which you can open.
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Métro: Maubert Mutualité, Saint Michel, Cluny La Sorbonne, RER B (Airports) and RER C (Versailles).
Since the Middle Ages this riverside quarter has been dominated by the Sorbonne, and acquired its name from the early Latin-speaking students. It dates back to the Roman town across the Ilea de la Cite. The area is generally associated with artists and students, but the place also has a history of political unrest : In 1871, the Place Saint Michel became the center of the Paris Commune, and in May 1968, it was a site of student uprising.
The place contains many of the Paris monuments, museums and gardens, ranging from the brand-new Institut du Monde Arabe to the Middle Ages Musï¿½e de Cluny, or the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle in the Jardin des Plantes. This location is ideal for a Paris apartment rental whether it is for short term stay or long term stay.
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