STUDIO MEZZANINE IN THE HEART OF THE MARAIS SAINT-PAUL

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Photo STUDIO MEZZANINE IN THE HEART OF THE MARAIS SAINT-PAUL

This 15 square feet (approx: 162 square feet) mezzanine studio is located on rue de Sevigne in the 4th district of Paris in the heart of the Marais. Just next to the Place des Vosges, the Church of St. Paul St. Louis and within walking along the Seine and the Ile Saint Louis.

3 guests 2 beds 1 bathroom 15m²

Features

  • A/C
  • dryer
  • elevator
  • internet
  • washer
  • shower
  • TV Satellite/Cable
  • TV
  • espresso maker
  • bathtub
  • Area
  • bathtub w/fixed shower
  • WIFI
  • dishwasher
  • microwave
  • oven
  • outdoor balcony
  • washing/dryer combined

Additional details

This 15 square feet (approx: 162 square feet) mezzanine studio is located on rue de Sevigne in the 4th district of Paris in the heart of the Marais. Just next to the Place des Vosges, the Church of St. Paul St. Louis and within walking along the Seine and the Ile Saint Louis. It proposes a living/dining room, a mezzanine bed, an opened equipped kitchen and a bathroom. It lies on the 1st French floor without elevator. The services are of quality, the decoration is looked after and it offers all the modern comfort to welcome 2 people. The nearest metro station is Saint-Paul.

The price indicated on the advertisement includes agency fees as well as a provision for the consumption of electricity and / or gas.

Eligible to mobility lease, under conditions (contact us).

 

Floor Map

Floor Map

Conditions accueil

Check-in after 2pm

Marais

Marais

The distric was named "Marais" due to the marshy area during the XXIIth century. It's shaped as a triangle between Place de la Bastille, Place de la Republique and the City Hall. Many private hotels of the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries have been changed into international museums, such as Pablo Picasso museum, Victor Hugo's house, Carnavalet museum, etc. The Place des Vosges is a wonderful site to visit, it's a model of balance and elegance. The old streets are also famous. The Rosiers street, major…

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