Our apartment is situated on the second floor with a private access over a staircase through the courtyard in the back of the building. You enter the 700sft space on a split level that features the entrance lobby. From there you can either go a few steps down into the living area with its open kitchen, dining area and salon offering 12’ ceilings and a giant window towards rue de Turenne. Or you can go up a half flight to reach the bedroom with its en-suite bathroom and dressing. The bedroom has internal windows looking down into the lofty salon space.
Capacity : 2 guests with an additional pull out bed
Daily rentals – 3 nights minimum
Architectural features: Exposed natural stone walls, hard wood floors, exposed structural wood beams and cast-iron wall braces. The mezzanine is anchored above the kitchen area on an exposed industrial steel beam grid giving the space a flair of industrial style within the context of the medieval building structure of wood and stone.
Apartment features: Entrance lobby with storage closet for coats & shoes, suitcase rack, umbrellas. Living room with 12’ ceilings, seating area with sofa expandable into a full queen size bed for up to two additional people, Smart TV, WIFI, sound bar. Fully staffed open kitchen with all necessary appliances such as refrigerator with freezer section, oven, stove top, microwave, washer. Separate toilet on the living floor.
Bedroom features: Queen size bed, comfort mattress, down pillows & comforters, optional hypoallergenic pillows & comforters, luxury bed linen, air conditioning, dressing area.
Bathroom features: Shower, double vanity, bath towels & bath robes, hair dryer, towel heater, complementary bath care products.
The building has two entrances, 119, Rue de Turenne and 60, Rue Saintonge.
The latter has a direct and more convenient access to the apartment through the courtyard and a one-flight stair.
The access codes to open the doors will be sent to you upon confirmed reservation.
Our building is located in the 3rd district of Paris, in the northern part of the Marais,
one of the oldest districts in the center of town, with its charming medieval buildings, small streets and alleys.
Formerly the old jewish quarter, it has been since many years the fashionable district filled with hip boutiques,
creative agencies, art galleries, bars and restaurants.
It has also developed in the late 80s as the gay quarter of Paris with many bars and clubs.
The famous Musée Picasso is only a short walk away from us and the trend is growing for art galleries
to settle in this neighbourhood.
Rue de Turenne is running along the whole eastern side of the Marais, making it the perfect starting point
to explore the area by foot.
On the other end of rue de Turenne is La Place des Vosges,
the oldest square in Paris and a royal place until 1800. It is home to the museum Victor Hugo,
where the writer lived and with its elegant arcades, high end art galeries
and its French garden in the square one of the most desirable areas to live in.
Place de la République – 7 minutes
Musée Picasso – 7 minutes
Place des Vosges – 12 minutes
Canal Saint-Martin – 15 minutes
Place de la Bastille (Opéra) – 23 minutes
Church of Notre Dame – 22 minutes
Centre Pompidou – 17 minutes
Châtelet-les-Halles – 23 minutes
Île Saint-Louis – 22 minutes
Louvre Museum – 30 minutes
Gare de Lyon – 30 minutes