|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
“Picasso Atelier” is a 2 bedrooms apartment in the historic and bohemian Montmartre neighborhood of Paris in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, just a few steps away from the Sacré Coeur, the Moulin Rouge and Pigalle.
In 1900 Pablo Picasso took this apartment as his first studio in the City of light. The suite has been eclectically decorated over the years, combining eastern and western themes while providing comfort and convenience for guests. It is decorated with art throughout and filled with well stocked bookshelves
This 4 guests apartment is divided into two levels. The lower level contains the main bedroom, the bathroom and an office. There's also a double sleeping sofa bed in another bedroom.
The main bedroom features a Queen size bed and is comfortable and roomy as well as quiet at night. The ensuite bathroom has an extensive view over the whole of Paris with a bath & shower & two separated sinks. The second bedroom offers a double sleeping comfortable sofa.
Upstairs is the large open-concept kitchen and living room. With its tiled floors and skylights, this room is bright and relaxing, ideal for reading, sketching and painting. Guests can also enjoy the use of a television, radio, DVD player, and internet.
The kitchen is fully equipped, has a stove, an oven, a fridge, a microwave, a dishwasher, and an American style counter.
The apartment has all equipment you need to have a perfect stay. Free Wi-Fi, quiet and easy access thanks to the metro and taxi stations nearby.
In this “pied-à-terre” perfectly located in the center of the French capital, you are greeted by our team for a visit of the apartment. We also offer you a “welcome basket” with a bottle of wine, milk and other products that makes you start your stay in the best way.
Our team is available all along your stay to satisfy all your needs. We also provide you a real concierge service: touristic advises to visit Paris, restaurant reservation, babysitting and many other services that you can discover on our website.
Holidays France Rentals not only proposes you the best places to rent in Paris and all around Europe, we also provide you an unique experience.
Our goal: make sure that you feel like at home and live like locals, thanks to a devoted team permanently attentive to all your needs.
Holidays France Rentals was created in 2004 by Bernard, living between Paris and New York, passionate of photography and travel. We propose you only high-end apartments and houses, selected for their elegance and comfort, with a personalized concierge service.
We offer you a real and exclusive concierge service all along your stay, at your disposal 24 hours a day and answering to all your needs. Our services include a private VIP transportation service that will take you from the airport or train station to your apartment, a guided visit of the apartment, a welcome basket, tourist advice, restaurant reservations, and many others.
The apartment is the perfect way to experience living in Montmartre. It is in a great location close to everything. The underground rail is just five minutes walk away. There is a small deli 50 feet from the front door of the building where you can buy groceries and wine at very reasonable prices. Everything is within walking distance.
The apartment takes up the top two floors of the building and as such there's a little bit of stair climbing but well worth it. The apartment is very tastefully furnished and has an extensive bookcase filled with interesting books about Bali and Paris. The 180 degree views from the balcony are astonishing. Paris is literally at your feet below. It is truly a brilliant apartment, very Parisian in its vibe. We loved it and would definitely re-book on our next trip to Paris.
Also, all services provided by Holidays France Rentals team were well appreciated, car picking service at arrival and departure, apartment cleaning and welcome basket (include a wonderful Bordeaux wine!).
Set on a hill with an elevation of 130 meters, the Montmartre area looks out grandly over all of Paris.
The Montmartre name comes from "Mount of Martyrs". The bishop St. Denis, the priest Rustique, and the Archdeacon ELEUTHERE There Were all decapitated around the year 250. In the twelfth century Benedictine monks built a monastery near Rue des Abesses qui est devenu later the seat of a Powerful abbey. The Montmartre area Was the center of much activity During The Paris Commune in 1871. DESPITE the resistance of the people of the area Montmartre Remained under Federal control from March 18 up to May 23. The end of the nineteenth century saw Montmartre Become the center of artistic life in Paris and the model of a free, bohemian existence. Many artists from Berlioz to Picasso, Lived, Worked, and Played here. These creative spirits, and Their caféthe Lapin Agile, Helped keep this area the city's intellectual and artistic center up up to the First World War. In 1873 the National Assembly Declared Plans to erect a large Romano-Byzantine Basilica dedicated to the Sacred Heart for public use. Construction Began in 1876 from the design plan of Abadie. He Intended to echo the basilica the Cathedral of St. Front in Périgueux qui he HAD restored. Thanks to public donations, SacréCoeur Was completed in 1910 and consecrated in 1919.
Sacred Heart Measures 100 meters in length, 50 meters in height and is crowned by a distinctive 83 meter high dome. The 84 meter high bell tower houses an 18. 5 ton bell clapper with 850kg year. The interior of the church contains treasures of icts own: marble sculptures, stained-glass windows and mosaics. Standing on the stairs of the Sacre Coeur you can take in a panoramic view across all of Paris.
Around the Place du Tertre you can Montmartre See That Was ounce small town Within a big city.
It is one of The Few seats left in Paris Where one can imagine the city As It Was in the 18th and 19th centuries. It is truly a single neighborhood in the City of Light.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£518|