#123 | St Honore 4

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One bedroom apartment in paris, 41 m2, bathroom with shower, separate wc, on the 1st floor, no elevator, sleeps up to 4.
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District: Louvre - Zipcode: 75001
Subway: Louvre-Rivoli
MetroLine 1

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Price | day: 190€
Price | week: 950€
Price | month: 2613€

Damages Deposit:
Week: 500€
Month: 900 €

1 Double Bed1 Sofa BedNo ElevatorWashing MachineOvenMicrowaveRefrigeratorCoffee MachineTVTV with CableDVDInternetCleaning Kit: Vacuum Cleaner, Dustpan and BrushHairdryerLinen Pack: Bedlinen and Towels

Description:

LONG TERM ONLY BEGINNING JANUARY 2015

One bedroom Paris apartment located centrally near the Palais Royale and Louvre Museum. 41m² with a large living area that includes ancient ceiling beams and original parquet floors.

There are five steps to climb when entering the apartment. There is a hotel quality sofabed for two, dresser for storage and dining table that seats five.

The bedroom has a double bed and an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower and sink/vanity and a heated towel bar. There is a separate WC.

The kitchen comes equipped with everything needed to prepare simple meals and has plenty of built in cupboards as well as a refrigerator, microwave oven, stovetop, oven and washing machine
Fantastic central location only 100 metres from the Louvre Museum and a short walk across the River Seine on the famous Pont Neuf, to the Ile de la Cité and the Notre Dame Cathedral. leading directly to St Germain and Latin Quarter.

Close to "boulangerie" on Rue St Honoré, mini market on Rue du Louvre, Nicolas wine shop on Rue de Rivoli and Franprix supermarket on Rue Berger. Nearest grocers market rue Montmartre, behind St Eustache church.

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Testimonials:

Leo | January 2015:

"This flat was perfectly situated for us. It is small, but take in mind all flats in this price range will be and this one fit our needs just fine. It was about a 2-3 minute walk to the Louvre and Les Halles shopping is even closer. Notre Dame is 10-15 minutes away and to be honest, we just walked everywhere. The Eiffel tower took about 45 minutes, but we are used to walking so it was no big deal, plus the Champs Elysees was along the way. The flat was warm enough, has a small washer-dryer combo to do clothes, and slept 4 with the use of the foldout bed. For our week trip, it was fine. It was also nice to be able to shop at the local grocery stores (2 blocks away) and cook our own meal. The windows open easily onto the street and allow for wonderful circulation when cooking. As far as shopping, Saint Honore (the street the flat is on) has upscale shops on the other end of Les Halles (the end this flat is on) and Rue De Rivoli is on the backside. All great areas for shopping. We only had two minor challenges. The internet didn't work when we got there, but the management staff got right on it. It was a provider issue and they got the technician out there asap and got it fixed. So, kudos to the management company. The other issue was a lack of basic food stuffs. This is not really and issue per se, it was more of a slight surprise. We have rented flats before and typically those of us that rent will often leave things behind for future use by other renters. eg. unused coffee or tea bags, spices, sugar, salt and pepper, etc. (non-perishables) This place had salt and that was it. Plus, we were told to remove all food stuffs upon leaving. So, not a negative in and of itself, but if you are used renting as we are, you make want to bring some basics. Of course, you can always buy from the local store, but I think the reason we renters are used to leaving the items is because its a waste to spend $20 on seasonings only to pack them home, or throw them away. Best to just leave them at the flat for the next renter. :) To be honest, I always found that habit to be an unspoken kindness for those of us that rent in such a way. Use what you need and perhaps restock or add one or two items as needed so the flat has items for the next renter. All in all, it was a great flat in a great location."


John | October 2014:

"Had a great week in Paris staying in this is apartment, which is just so conveniently located. Surrounded by boulangeries, charcutieries, great restaurants; plus Metro stations, the river and the Louvre only a few minutes walk away."


Tracey | August 2014:

"We had a lovely stay in St Honore 4. The unit was quaint but decorated nicely with modern furnishings, new kitchen and bathroom. It was in a fabulous location and we could walk anywhere we wanted. Shops and restaurants were all nearby and the staff at the office were very helpful if we needed anything. The wifi was fixed very promptly so we could have access and also watch T.V. I would definitely recommend this company to book your next apartment with in Paris"


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