Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday apartment in .2nd Bourse - Quartier Montorgueil in Paris 2nd District. Cozy 1 Bedroom in beautiful central location.
A truly Parisian apartment in a truly Parisian neighborhood setting. This best describes this cozy and newly renovated one bedroom apartment that offers an ideal accommodation choice in the very center of Paris, the "Quartier Montorgueil". Here, your stay becomes a true Parisian experience. You are surrounded by all about Paris that every visitor dreams of living, feeling and experiencing.
A truly Parisian apartment in a truly Parisian neighborhood setting. This best describes this charming and newly renovated one bedroom apartment that offers an ideal accommodation choice in the very center of Paris, the "Quartier Montorgueil". Here, your stay becomes a true Parisian experience. You are surrounded by all about Paris that every visitor dreams of living, feeling and experiencing.
The apartment is located in a 17th century building in the heart of the "Quartier Montorgueil". The Quartier Montorgueil is a charming, historically preserved market street located in the very center of Paris. Since the 1800's, Rue de Montorgueil has been a Mecca for gourmets. Balzac considered it the meeting place of the best society of Paris and the place that best honors French cuisine. In the 1999 edition of Frommer's, Rue Montorgueil was rated the #1 market street in Paris.
Not very known to the average tourist in the past, the Quartier Montorgueil is a favorite among Parisians for dining and food shopping and very fast became in vogue and the place to be. Its charming and reserved for pedestrians streets are paved with marble cobblestones and filled with gourmet food stores, fresh fruit and vegetable stands, flower shops, outdoor cafes and restaurants. You will also find several of Paris finest bakeries. The Quartier Montorgueil is only a short walk to Les Halles, Le Marais and Centre Pompidou and a 10 minute walk to the Louvre Museum, Seine River, and the Left Bank area. Its close proximity to major tourist attractions and its easy access to the Paris metro (subway) system make the Quartier Montorgueil an ideal place to stay for those who wish to explore, live and experience Paris.
The apartment is on the 3rd floor, very quiet and calm. Large windows in every room give it adequate light. The apartment consists of an entrance hallway, a good size living room, bedroom, a separate newly renovated kitchen and a separate newly renovated complete bathroom with shower. The floor plan / layout of the apartment makes for a functional and convenient space to live in, giving the apartment its charming character and home feeling.
The living room features a sitting area with space to relax with a sofa, color TV and a dining area with a dining set. A private bedroom with a double bed sleeps two. Two more guests can sleep on the double sofa bed in the living room. The kitchen is separate and a room by itself with enough space not only to cook but to enjoy yourself while doing it. Finally, the apartment also features a private and spacious complete bathroom with shower.
The whole apartment has just been recently renovated and redone with brand new kitchen, brand new bathroom, all rooms painted and freshened up.
The apartment is very central and off rue Montorgueil in the heart of Quartier Montorgueil, a very nice, central and safe area, close to Les Halles, Le Marais, Beaubourg, Centre Pompidou, and within walking distance to Hotel de Ville, Le Louvre, The Seine river and Notre Dame and much more.
- children welcome
Guestbook comments from the manager
Location was great, but note that it's in a pedestrian only area -- so cabs can only take you within 1 block. But the block is spectacular: restaurants, creperie, easy metro access, etc.
We had an 18-mo old, so the 4 story walk up was hard. Without kids, it would have totally fine.
Also, PFa provided a pack n play, anticipating our request, giving us useful tips, and providing great service. They were great all the way around! We used PFa a few years ago, and the francophone service was terrible -- even for French speakers like us. They now have anglophone reps who are service oriented and super helpful. Great move on their part!
By Fishpatties from Washington, DC. USA