The entrance leads into the living room equipped with a round wooden table and a very comfortable sofa and arm chairs. The bedroom has a double bed separate by a wooden screen, wich allows a relative privacy. An extra single roll away bed is available for a third guest sleeping there. The kitchen is open plan and fully equipped. The very large bathroom has huge wall closets and walk in shower. Toilets are separate. Plenty of closet space. In one word, this loft apartment is absolutely exceptional : its location, its very upscale layout and its roomy ambience make this property an excellent rental and location to enjoy Paris.
• Nb rooms 1
• Nb separated bedrooms 0
• Nb double bed 1 (160*200)
• Nb Single bed 1 (80*200)
• Sleeps 3
• Nb Sofabed 0
• Washing Machine / Dryer
• Telephone /Cable TV / Internet
• Microwave / Oven
Rue de Buci
Rue du Cherche Midi
Art Galleries and Print Shops
Le Procope - the oldest cafe in Paris
Many Famous Chocolatiers and Bakeries
Louis Vuitton and Emporio Armani
Sourbonne Medical School
St-Germain was a center of bohemianism and existentialism in the glittering café society of the post-war years. Names associated with this period are Sartre and Camus and the singer Juliette Greco. Young French teenagers spent nights in its jazz clubs and cabarets. Many famous French singers sang in the clubs or lived in the area, such as Georges Brassens, Jacques Brel, Charles Trénet, Guy Béart, Charles Aznavour. The home where Serge Gainsbourgh lived on rue de Verneuil has become a graffitied shrine. Jazz greats who played here include Sidney Bechet, Miles Davis and Duke Ellington. The streets south of Blvd. St-Germain to the Seine are picturesque and have a real feel of 18th and 19th century Paris.
Work on the church of St-Suplice, at one time Paris's largest, began in 1646, but is stilll ongoing. It has one of the world's largest organs, comprising 6,700 pipes. The Chapelle des Anges (Chapel of the Angel) has two frescoes by Delacroix which were painted in Delacroix’s final years and were a high point in his career. Outside the Church is a large square with the 1844 fountain by Visconti at its center. It is the location of the annual Foire de Saint-German held at the beginning of June and which lasts for a month. This fair has been an annual tradition for centuries.
Rue de Buci is a pretty little marketplace surrounded by cafes and restaurants and leads into rue de Seine which is filled with galleries all the way to the river. On rue Mazarine was the theatre where Moliere made his first appearance as an actor and opened a theatre, the Comedie-Francaise. The oldest cafe in Paris, founded in 1686, 'Cafe Procope' is in the same street.
Jardin du Luxembourg is the most loved park in Paris. It is large and has fountains, flowers, statues, tennis courts, concerts in the summer and on Sunday, Tai Chi. Within the park is located the Palais du Luxembourg, home to the French Senate. Next to the senate is the Musee du Luxembourg, which often has art exhibitions. Nearby on rue de Fleurus lived Gertrude Stein and her companion Alice B. Tokas who opened their home to many famous expatriates, writers and artists, including Hemingway and Picasso.
Street: Blvd St Germain
Size: 58 m2
Less than 21 days in advance 3 nights otherwise 7 nights.
Weekly Avg Price : 2,200€
Rates vary according to period.
Includes: Private Round Trip Airport Transfer
This apartment is located in the heart of Saint Germain, right on the Place de l' Odeon, in a safe and pleasant area buzzing with life, cinemas, restaurants and bars.
The rental is in a good standing building protected by a code and then an intercom, this studio loft apartment looks out onto an interior courtyard. Located on the ground floor but sunny and quiet. The furniture is top quality and brand new.
Optional Food and Wine Services:
Dine at Home: Our chef will come to your apartment and prepare a meal.
Gourmet Tour: Go shopping with our food expert and understand how to buy the best ingrediants, where to shop and how to undestand the labels.
Ready to Cook: Take a 2 hour cooking class and bring home what you make for the familly.
Wine to Go: Go shopping with our wine guide and learn how to read and understand the labels and buy the right wine. This will be folllowed by a 3 hour wine walk and visit to some of the popular bars in the area and put into pratice how to appreciate and taste wine.
Welcome Service: One of our guide will meet you at your aparment for an hour and help you decide what to do, where to do it and give you loads of information to get the most out of your trip.
Discover Paris: For 4 hours one of our bilingual licensed driver guides will pick you up from your apartment and give you a private panoramic tour of the city.
Before coming to Paris we can create the perfect itinerary for your stay with recommended restaurants in your area, things to do and events during your stay.
Other Activities we offer right in the Area :
Jazz + Dinner Packages
Private Tours of the Latin Quarter, Notre Dame and Conciergerie