Paris, 3e


Marché des Enfants Rouges

ref. 103006

"The apartment is big, really nice, comfortable and well furnished"

Paris, 3e

Apartment Marché des Enfants Rouges - Paris

  • Surface area
  • Occupants
  • Double bedroom
  • Single bedroom
  • 1023 sq feet
  • 8
  • 3
  • 0
  • Category
  • Floor
  • Bathroom
  • Toilet
  • Charming
  • 4th Floor
  • 2
  • 1

The apartment

We enter this Short-term rental in the Marais throught a typical door of old Parisian buildings. From the corridor of the entrance, one immediately accesses the shower room on the left. Its spacious shower cubicle has two adjustable shower heads, a classic shower hose and a large diameter shower head.

At the end of the corridor, still on the left, there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom, also equipped with two shower heads. The two rooms have a sober romantic ambiance, perfect for rest and relaxation.

On the right at the end of the corridor is the comfortable living space with its kitchen corner. Spacious and open, this room is ideal for reunion with friends: the large sofa, armchairs and large dining table will encourage friendly exchanges. The fully equipped kitchen area allows to separate the living room from the corridor to preserve its harmonious feel. Finally, at the end of the living room the third double bedroom is found, spacious and comfortable with its large window.

The decor of this Short-term rental in the Marais favors a sleek yet dynamic modernism, the white walls highlight paintings and brightly colored objects, while in the bedrooms the black and white photos of flowers or grasses (By Steven N Meyers) suggest a refined discretion.

The bedding & washrooms

This Short-term rental in the Marais consists of:

  • 1 bedroom with two adjustable single beds (2 x 90 x 200 or 180 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 independent bathroom;
  • 1 independent shower room with toilet included.

The neighborhood

This Short-term rental in the Marais is surrounded by streets full of history. The district itself, which bears the name of Marais since the Middle Ages, knew its zenith in the seventeenth century. Starting from the construction of Place Royale in 1605, the neighborhood was highly prized by the aristocracy, which built many private mansions, such as the Hotel Liberal-Bruant.

Another of these sumptuous mansions, the Hotel de Donon, now houses the Cognacq-Jay Museum. The museum is entirely dedicated to the eighteenth century: it contains all the arts of its time, paintings, sculptures, decorative arts and furniture, as well as miniature and decorative antique boxes. The collections of the museum bring together more recent acquisitions around the original collection of Ernest Cognacq and his wife Marie-Louise Jaÿ, founders of the department store La Samaritaine.

Le Marais is renowned for its designer boutiques. Far from limiting themselves to fashion clothing alone, these creators excel in other fields, such as the young French watchmaking company Charlie Watch, which offers watches designed and assembled in Paris a few steps from this Short-term rental in the Marais.

Rue des Archives, another designer, Etienne de Swardt, a perfumer. After working for big perfume brands, he founded his own perfumery, Etat libre d’Orange, in order to finally give free rein to his creativity, around original and unique scents.

Continuing our shopping, at 41, rue de Bretagne, at Jean Paul Hévin Chocolatier, Best Worker of France whose subtle creations are prized as far as Asia.

We come to the Sybaris Club to taste delicious products without compromise, offered on small plates to share. You can also opt for the tasting menu that changes each week, or to pick up a terribly decadent sandwich at lunchtime.

For dinner, our heart swings between two restaurants near this Short-term rental in the Marais. For a symphony of raw flavors (but not only), you may discover with delight the restaurant: Raw, which offers singular carpaccio and tartar, served like tapas to share. You can also finish the evening at the rue du Temple, in the Social Square, restaurant and cocktail bar. In a trendy and relaxed atmosphere, a new cocktail is invented daily by a former barman of the Plaza Athénée and the Park Hyatt Paris; One can also be tempted by the inventive cuisine of a chef who had his cooking classes with Joël Robuchon.

Location & Access


Access & Interests

Transport Distance Station Line
Metro 6 Min. Arts et Métiers 3, 11
  7 Min. Temple 3
  8 Min. République 3, 5, 8, 9, 11
RER 13 Min. Châtelet - Les Halles A, B, D
Bus 1 Min. Archives - Haudriettes 29, 75
  2  Min.  Suare du temple - Mairie du 3ème - Carreau du Temple 20, 75, N12, N23
  7 Min. Arts et Métiers 20, 75, N12, N23

Appliances & Services


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

Appliances

  • Ipod dock (1)
  • Television (1)
  • DVD player zone 2 (1)
  • Drying washing machine (1)
  • Iron (1)
  • Iron board (1)
  • Hoover (1)
  • Safe (1)
  • Cooker hood (1)
  • Fridge-freezer (1)
  • Dishwasher 60 cm (1)
  • 4 ring halogen hob (1)
  • Electrical oven (1)
  • Microwave (1)
  • Nespresso machine (1)
  • Kettle (1)
  • Toaster (1)
  • Hair dryer (1)
  • Heater towel (1)

Services

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

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