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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Romantic studio apartment, for up to two guests, boasting a wonderful location in Paris’s desirable Latin Quarter.
The lodging can be found within minutes of the iconic Seine and the equally legendary Notre Dame Cathedral, occupying the bustling avenues of Saint Michel. This superb location combines with a welcoming interior, which has been thoughtfully arranged for your peace and comfort. Furnished with wooden floors, white walls and wooden cabinets, the studio enjoys a homely ambience certain to soothe. A flatscreen TV is on hand for the evening’s entertainment and high speed Wi-Fi is available to keep you connected throughout your stay. A double bed is secreted within the cabinet, which folds down easily for a peaceful night’s sleep. The kitchen contains a dishwasher, oven, microwave, grill, hob, fridge, freezer, toaster, kettle and a coffee machine, and a cosy dining table is provided for indulging in romantic meals together. The bathroom completes the residence with a toilet, washbasin and shower. Perfectly suited to a couple, the studio guarantees a memorable adventure in the City of Light.
Renowned for its rich history, prestigious universities and village-like essence, the Latin Quarter makes a fantastic base from which to explore the capital. Inhabiting the left bank of the Seine, which resides within minutes of your doorstep, the neighbourhood boasts a thriving café culture, several open air markets and a host of popular tourist attractions. The accommodation occupies the bustling Rue de la Huchette, a pedestrianised avenue lined with welcoming bars, bistros and stores, which culminates to the west at the famous Saint Michel fountain. Literature fans should certainly make the brief stroll east to the irresistible bookstore, Shakespeare & Company, a timeless classic adored by visitors and residents alike.
The studio is strategically placed for exploring Paris’s two remaining natural islands, Ile de la Cite and Ile Saint Louis. The latter remains relatively untouched by the crowds, offering a tranquil refuge after a busy day. Ile de la Cite, however, hosts the world famous Notre Dame Cathedral, a monumental landmark highly recommended for discovery. The nearest metro stop of Saint Michel is situated just 100 metres away, allowing easy access to all four corners of the capital.