An authentic 19th century charming ashlar Haussmann-style Parisian apartment, fully equipped, in the heart of Montorgueil, the Europe's largest pedestrian (EMAIL HIDDEN)fortably accommodate 4 people.
80 m2 of living space (95 sq yd) , 12 m2 (15 sq yd) of sunny equipped balcony, 5th floor with spacious elevator, a large salon, 1 double bedroom, 2 bunk beds in separate bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 separate shower, separate toilets and a fitted kitchen.
Enter into a bright and comfortable apartment where you will find your home in Paris...
Contemporary designer furnishings.
High ceilings, plenty of light, oak original parquet, large door-windows in all rooms open onto a long balcony.
HiFi stereo HiFi with high-end speakers, radio and CD player.
WiFi in all rooms and balcony.
1. Bathtub with double hand basins.
2. Shower cubicle with hand basin.
3. Separate toilet.
Fully equipped kitchen: dishwasher, oven, microwave oven, large fridge and freezer. gas stove with hood, kitchenware.
Laundry: washer & dryer, iron and ironing board.
Complete cleaning equipment available.
Hairdryers, towels, bed linen are supplied.
Sleeps for 4:
1 double bed x 160 cm x 200 cm double bed (width 5 feet 3 inch x 6 feet 7 inch long)
2 beds x 90 cm x 190 cm bunk beds (width 3 feet x 6 feet 3 inch long)
In winter: Controlled central controlled heating.
Interaction with guests
You are welcomed in person at the apartment at agreed time of arrival and handed set of (precious) keys and at agreed departure time.
Other things to note
Professional cleaning prepares the apartment just before your arrival.
Fresh clean bedding and towels are provided.
For 3 kids family only, please make a request for a 5th bed.
It's a strictly no smoking apartment. Smoking is nevertheless tolerated on the balcony while keeping door-windows closed.
Sorry pets or animals are not welcome.
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