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This pleasant 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom luxury vacation rental in vibrant and fashionable Le Marais joyfully sleeps up to 2 guests.
The holiday home boasts welcoming and wondrous interiors, and it features tall ceilings, clean walls, and well-kept flooring. The living room is an open-plan amazement, and its awesomeness is highlighted by the French doors and balconettes that bring in plenty of sunshine and fresh air. The sitting area provides a plush couch in faint ash, and it is accented by an interesting center table under an equally fascinating pendant lamp. The dining area offers a laminate-top table surrounded by funky chairs and stools, and it is served by the kitchen right by that has modern appliances and a peninsula.
You will love that the bedroom has crisp linens, and that the bathroom is a spic-and-span affair. You will love, too, that the property is near art galleries that awaken the senses. You will love more that it is within reach of la Musée Picasso, as well as l’Hôtel de Soubise—the 1375-built manor that houses the museum of French history.
Closest Paris Métro stations: Saint-Sébastien - Froissart and Chemin Vert, each a five-minute stroll from the corner of Rue de Turenne and Rue Sainte-Anastase.
The property belongs in Le Marais, within the 3d and 4th arrondissements of the City of Lights. The neighborhood is nestled on the right bank of the River Seine, otherwise called “La Rive Droite,” and it prides itself on being home to the likes of French Revolution statesman Maximilien Robespierre, Les Misérables and The Hunchback of Notre-Dame author Victor Hugo, and fashion designer John Galliano. It is also where a number of the French capital’s historical and architectural marvels are located. Places of interest include the medieval Hôtel de Sens, the 1500s-built Church of Saint-Merri, the Pletzl Jewish quarter, the Musée Picasso, and the National Archives. Getting to and from other parts of the city is quick and hassle-free, with the Sully - Morland, Saint-Sébastien - Froissart, Rambuteau, Hôtel de Ville, Chemin Vert, and several more Paris Métro stations serving the area.
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