LOFT DUPLEX 2 BEDROOM / 2 BATHROOM APARTMENT - AIR CONDITIONING

Ref : G05482 8G
Photo LOFT DUPLEX 2 BEDROOM / 2 BATHROOM APARTMENT - AIR CONDITIONING

Apartment 3 rooms 2 bedrooms, located Rue de la Huchette 75005 Paris, in the district of Quartier Latin. This apartment can accommodate 6 people and get 2 bedrooms, 4 sleeps. With amenities such as : wifi. .

6 guests 3 beds 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms 65m²

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 2 bedroom/2 bath apartment with air conditioning, around 65 square meters is located rue de la Huchette in the 5th district of Paris, within walking distance of the Place Saint Michel and Notre Dame Cathedral. Huchette street is pedestrian, and well known for its many restaurants and bars. Please consider the 1st bedroom upstairs is not separated by door/wall from the living room, it is a loft apartment. The unit has been completely renovated, as well as the building, in 2012. Please note that we offer several apartments in this building. It includes a living / dining room, 2 bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and 2 bathrooms. The apartment lies on the 4th French floor with elevator, please note that for one floor, you have to use the stairs. Nice and trendy furnitures, the decor is neat, it offers all modern conveniences and can accommodate 6 people. The station nearest metro is Saint Michel.

 

 

 

Floor Map

Floor Map

Conditions accueil

Check-in after 2pm

Quartier Latin

Quartier Latin

The district is still much frequented by students, and the Saint Michel and Saint Germain boulevards are famous for the night live. The quartier Latin also goes to the 6th arrondissement with the Luxembourg garden, the Odeon, and the ambiance is quite the same as Mabillon or Saint Germain des Pres. It's also in this district that some students riots took place as students wanted tofight for their new ideologies. Philosophers as Maurras or Sartre used to make meetings at the Cafe de Flore, on boulevard…

+ More