3 BEDROOM / 3 BATH APARTMENT - FACING CATHEDRAL NOTRE DAME DE PARIS

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Photo 3 BEDROOM / 3 BATH APARTMENT - FACING CATHEDRAL NOTRE DAME DE PARIS

Apartment 4 rooms 3 bedrooms, located Rue des Grands Degrés 75005 Paris, in the district of Quartier Latin. This apartment can accommodate 6 people and get 3 bedrooms, 4 sleeps. With amenities such as : wifi. One bathroom who gets bathtub with hand shower.

6 guests 4 beds 3 bedrooms 3 bathrooms 125m²

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

An apartment offering stunning views of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. This apartment 3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms, located rue des Grands Degres in the 5th district, is a duplex on the 6th and 7th floor (top floor of the building) with an area of ​​125 square meters. The charming building is equipped with an elevator, just a few steps to get to the elevator. A living room opening onto the Seine offers a 180 ° view of Notre Dame de Paris. You will find all the comforts for a pleasant stay and you will be delighted to enjoy every day that this magnificent view of the monuments of Paris, such as the Pantheon, the Eiffel Tower... This apartment can accommodate 6 people. The 3 bedrooms and 3 adjoining bathrooms preserve your peace and privacy. Apartment ideal for a stay with family or friends.

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…

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