Paris, 2e

Fontaine Gaillon

ref. 102018

"Great place to stay, near markets, a lot of shops and touristic places"

Paris, 2e

Apartment Fontaine Gaillon - Paris

  • Surface area
  • Occupants
  • Double bedroom
  • Single bedroom
  • 861 sq feet
  • 8
  • 3
  • 0
  • Category
  • Floor
  • Bathroom
  • Toilet
  • Charming
  • 1st Floor
  • 2
  • 2

The apartment

This Short-term apartment in Opera benefits from an ideal location surrounded of a very beautiful neighborhood in Paris. It includes a living space, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and separate toilets.

The entrance leads directly to the living space, which includes a living room, kitchen corner and dining area. In this cozy space with herringbone parquet flooring, you will be happy to enjoy a friendly meal or a relaxing moment surrounded by family and friends.

To the left of the entrance after the living room, one enters a first double bedroom with a minimalist atmosphere, decorated with simplicity of two Chinese ink paintings, where an energetic brush stroke punctuates the space.

To the right of the entrance is a corridor which serves onto the toilet, the bathroom and two bedrooms. To the left at the end of the corridor, the second bedroom plays the coherence by taking again the minimalist and graphic design of the first bedroom, but here, the abstract paintings in chineese ink accompany pastel shades of graphic details.

To the right at the end of the corridor, the magnificent third bedroom possesses an old patterned parquet flooring as well as a superb marble fireplace, surmounted by a large mirror with gilded frame. The tendency here is reversed, since it is the abstract paintings that bring a colorful note, and the rest of the details take up the black and white graphic spirit. The bedroom comprises of an en-suite shower room.

The bedding & washrooms

This Short-term apartment in Opera consists of:

  • 1 bedroom with a Queen size bed (160 x 200);
  • 1 bedroom with a Queen size bed (160 x 200);
  • 1 bedroom with a Queen size bed (160 x 200);
  • 1 double sofa bed (160 x 200) located in the living room;
  • 1 separate toilet;
  • 1 independent bathroom with toilet included;
  • 1 shower room attached to one of the bedrooms.

The neighborhood

On the margin of the Bourse and Haussmann district, this Short-term apartment in Opera is surrounded by restaurants and foodshops that will satisfy even the most discerning gourmands.

Let's begin with the classics: every year in November, the Drouant restaurant is the scene of bitter discussions to award two of the most prestigious French literary prizes: the Prix Goncourt and the Prix Renaudot. But this distinguished restaurant also serves high quality cuisine, under the aegis of Antoine Westermann.

It is a simpler cuisine, very casual frenchy, but equally high-end delicious, one that can be found at Les Bols de Jean. The concept is original: complete dishes made from fresh quality ingredients, and served in a hollow "bowl" of bread as a fun variation on the everlasting sandwich. At the end of the meal one can not help but devour the golden-crusted bread cooked by Eric Kayser, a pledge of quality.

For very healthy mornings, one goes to La Juicerie, which serves fresh organic juices without additives, cold pressed, as well as other dishes like a delicious "acai bowl".

You can also refuel in grocery stores amidst the most unusual. The Salon du Fromage Hisada, for example, is not a cheese store like the anyother: Madame Hisada Sanae, from Japan, is a "master cheese maker" among the Guild of Fromagers. The title rewards her passion and love for French cheeses, which she selects the very best to match them with art while having tea.

A L'Heure du Vin, delicatessen and wine shop, offers wines from all over the world, but it is important to discover the invaluable Corsican wines, as well as other products from the Island of Beauty: olive oil, cheeses and charcuterie. One comes here to shop or to sit down while enjoying a drink.

For the pleasure of dawdling in a quality delicatessen, you are invited to go to Chez l'Amoncel to find nuts and dried fruit, but also teas, coffees and chocolates.

It should not be believed that the area of this Short-term apartment in Opera is devoted only to the pleasures of the table. Culture is no exception. Monet's famous Water Lilies are there, at the Musée de l'Orangerie. The building, built in 1852, once housed the orange trees of the Jardin des Tuileries to protect them from the harshness of winter.

Location & Access

Access & Interests

Transport Distance Station Line
Metro 2 Min. Quatre Septembre 3
  3 Min. Opéra 3, 7, 8
  6 Min. Richelieu - Drouot 8, 9
RER 6 Min. Auber A
Bus 2 Min. Choiseul 20, N15, N16
  2 Min. Opéra 20, 21, 22, 27, 29, 42, 52, 53, 56, 66, 68, 81, 95, N15, N16
  2 Min. Opéra - 4 Septembre 20, 21, 27, 29, 68, 81, 95, N15, N16

Appliances & Services

In this apartment, you will find the following Appliances & Services :


  • TV remote control (2)
  • TV provider remote control (2)
  • TV screen (2)
  • Hot water tank 100 L (2)
  • Fan (4)
  • Drying washing machine (1)
  • Baby bed (1)
  • Iron (1)
  • Iron board (1)
  • Bagless vacuum (1)
  • Cooker hood (1)
  • Fridge (1)
  • Dishwasher 60 cm (1)
  • 4 ring hotplate (1)
  • Electrical oven (1)
  • Microwave (1)
  • Electric coffee maker (1)
  • Nespresso machine (1)
  • Kettle (1)
  • Toaster (1)
  • Hair dryer (2)
  • Heater towel (2)


  • Number of bedroom (3)
  • Number of bathroom (1)
  • Number of shower rooms (1)
  • Number of toilets (2)
  • Internet WIFI (1)


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