L'Atelier Des Vosges - Location, Light, L'Ambiance!!
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- Pets considered:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Paris Arrondissement 4 apartment description
Brought to you by ParlerParisApartments and just around the corner from the historic and prestigious Place des Vosges, this lovely and bright one bedroom with a private terrace has been completely renovated to a high standard of luxury.
L'Atelier is on the second floor of a typical Parisian building, with two entrances, each secured by two coded entry doors. The apartment is comprised of a bathroom, open kitchen, living/dining room, bedroom and terrace.
L'Atelier takes its name from the fashionable atelier-style glass and iron doors, which separate the bedroom from the living/dining room. The bedroom is very spacious with an up-to-date Queen-size bed that easily separates into two twins, and is surrounded by built-in storage closets. A "chaise lounge" sits beside an antique desk for working on your laptop or writing postcards, complete with drawer space. The wall above the bed is adorned with an original painting by French artist Pascal Amblard.
The living/dining room is equipped with a dining table and four chairs, a comfortable sofabed and a flat-screen television. From this room you can walk out to the terrace where you can dine al-fresco on the patio table.
The fully-equipped kitchen has a refrigerator, a full-sized oven, four-burner stove and separate microwave. All of the pots, pans, dishes and cutlery are provided.
The bathroom has an extra large shower, sink, toilet and washer/dryer combination.
Included in your rental rate is high-speed wireless Internet and unlimited free phone calls to over 100 countries, including cell phones in the US and Canada. The television receives 150 channels, several of which are in English.
As with all of our apartments, all linens and an ample supply of towels are provided.
Le Marais, Place des Vosges and the Area Around L’Atelier des Vosges
Located in the heart of Le Marais steps from La Place des Vosges, Place de la Bastille and Eglise Saint-Paul, L'Atelier des Vosges has Le Marais at your feet with everything it has to offer. A historic district protected by strict city regulations, Le Marais has gentrified over the past 50 years to become the chicest district with the finest boutiques, restaurants and museums literally on your doorstep.
Some of the most immediate attractions include the Place des Vosges, Place de la Bastille, Eglise Saint-Paul and Saint-Gervais, rue des Rosiers (old Jewish Quarter), the Hôtel de Ville, Village Saint-Paul, the Musées Carnavalet, Picasso, the Victor Hugo House, the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire du Judaïsme and others, and hundreds of other sights within a few steps. The River Seine, the Ile Saint-Louis and Ile de la Cité are also just a short walk away. But most delightful, is Le Marais itself — a cornucopia of lifestyles and a Mecca of shopping, dining and cultural venues incomparable to other parts of the city...all within 16th, 17th and 18th-century walls. This is the oldest part of the city and home to many different communities — Jewish, Gay, Chinese and best of all, it's still very, very French. It is vibrant and teeming with life.
You will feel the centuries of French history as you stroll the narrow cobblestone streets and take in the special architectural delights of the "hôtels particuliers" and "petite maisons" in between. Any guide book or historical account will be able to describe in detail all the attractions of the district, but the real pleasure is in self-discovery. As a resident in a centuries-old building, you will be able to truly absorb all it has to offer like no other "quartier" can.
A special note about Le Place des Vosges
The Place des Vosges is the oldest square in Paris. Originally known as the Place Royale, the Place des Vosges was built by Henri IV from 1605 to 1612. A true square (140 m x 140 m), it embodied the first European program of royal city planning. It was built on the site of the Hôtel des Tournelles and its gardens. Today the square is planted with a bosquet of mature lindens set in grass and gravel, surrounded by clipped lindens. It is Paris' most expensive and desirable address.
Keywords: apartment, pied-a-terre, atelier, flat
- Vacation Rental
- Children Welcome
- Pets Not Allowed
- Non Smoking Only
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4, Beds for 2-4
- Queen size Beds (1), Sleep Sofa or Futons (1)
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Clothes Dryer
- Washing Machine
- Linens Provided
- Satellite / Cable
- DVD Player
- Broadband Access
- Wireless Internet
- Free Long Distance
- Deck / Patio
- Fitness Center
- Sight Seeing
- Live Theater
- Health/Beauty Spa
ReviewsWrite a review
October 16, 2011Guest comment entered by manager
October 16, 2011
I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed the L'Atelier des Vosges. This apartment is extremely pleasant and comfortable and perfectly located. I will definitely rent it again!
- Guest Jane S.
- Date of stay 10/16/11
- Review Submitted 01/14/12
January 4, 2012Guest comment entered by manager
January 4, 2012
Dealing with Parler Paris is a pleasure..they answer questions, follow through, and do as they say they will..Highly recommend the company. Pluses of the apartment..small but efficiently organized..easy access to sights of marais..convenient metro, monoprix/francprix nearby for grocery needs..likewise the boulangeries, fresh foods abound around every corner..not to mention the endlessly appealing restaurants..cour berard itself is odd little street, but safe, quiet and convenient..apartment is clean, fashionable and a pleasure to return to, after a day out and about.. there is no place like Paris and Parler Paris provides a great start for your stay.
- Guest Heath A.
- Date of stay 01/04/12
- Review Submitted 01/14/12
ReviewGuest comment entered by manager
L' Atelier des Vosges was the perfect place to stay on our recent trip to Paris. It was charmingly decorated, perfectly appointed and just the right size for two plus people. From the beautiful artwork to the carefully coordinated furnishings, it was a feast for the eyes. The well designed kitchen functioned great for dinners at home when desired, as well as our morning coffee. My niece who is studying in Paris, spent many comfortable nights with us on the pull out couch. The lovely french doors to the terrace allowed us to embrace the beautiful late fall weather and the location of the apartment is divine. The Marais district is a return to the Paris of old, with charming medieval streets, beautiful homes and lovely little squares hidden among the buildings. Just five minutes from the Seine, this great location allowed us an easy and beautiful walk across the islands to the Left Bank, as well as great access to the Louvre and all the museum gems in the Tuileries. We enjoyed all the great dining the neighborhood had to offer and the shopping was to die for! If you're looking for a beautiful place to live like a real Parisian on your visit, you must consider L' Atelier des Vosges!
- Guest Pamela V.
- Date of stay 11/29/11
- Review Submitted 01/14/12
Don't be fooled!!
Don't be fooled!!
Coincidently we stayed in the apartment shortly before the aforementioned 'owner entered review'. The apatment itself was lovely, HOWEVER, the construction noise was unbearable - it started just before 7 am and went until 5:50 pm, sometimes later, and even on the weekend! The building was old and dilapidated - and even scared my children to walk into the building! There were piles of garbage at the front entrance the during our entire stay - Yuck! The management co. was somewhat appologetic and did give us a discount on the rent after several noise complaints. They were not helpful in finding another place for our entire stay. They did offer for us to move with two children a few blocks away for 3 nights at FULL price and then return to the chaos of construction coming from all directions! When asked if they could recommend other managment companies to call inquire - they said "check VRBO" - not exactly what you want to be doing during your dream vacation to Paris with children during the busy summer months. The management/owner did not disclose the situation prior to our arrival which was disgraceful on their part.
- Guest SBKA (Vancouver)
- Date of stay 07/10/11
- Review Submitted 01/09/12
Manager response: Hello Serena, Thank you for your review. It was unfortunate that there was construction happening in another apartment in the building during your stay. Had we known that it would be going on during your stay, we would have informed you ahead of time, however, other apartment owners are not obligated to inform anyone of such work. We wish that you had made us aware of some of the other things that you mention in your review. For example, it is not okay for such work to happen before 8 am and we are surprised to hear you say now that it began so early, as other residents of the building would surely have had something to say about it, as would we, had we known. The building is indeed old, as are the vast majority of buildings in Paris. Parisians pay a premium to live in old buildings. We have to disagree with your categorization of it as “dilapidated”. We have just added pictures of the common areas of the building, taken yesterday, knowing that nothing has changed since your stay, 6 months ago. This is prime real estate in the heart of Paris. Again, we were not aware of any garbage at the entrance to the building and this is very unusual. When you expressed an interest in exploring other accommodation, we suggested VRBO because it is an excellent way of getting rapid access to hundreds of local apartments and to be able to sort by availability. We felt that only you could have selected another apartment that was to your liking. Happily, the renovation work that was happening during your stay has long since finished. We have had many satisfied renters since that time, one of whom stayed for 6 weeks this past Fall and has already booked for another 6 weeks in Spring 2012!
July 27, 2011Guest comment entered by manager
July 27, 2011
I absolutely LOVED the L'Atelier des Vosges apartment! The beautiful little, sun-filled apartment offered every amenity that I could have asked for. The apartment is in a beautiful area near The Bastille which made it very convenient for catching the Metro anywhere in the city, but it's also just a 15 minute walk to L'Hotel de Ville and The Seine. Just a couple of blocks from the apartment is the great shopping area of The Marais where I found beautiful items to purchase. Also, just around the corner from the apartment on Rue Birague, just steps from Place Des Vosges, is an Atelier called Prive which has the most beautiful and affordable household items. I highly recommend picking up an item or two. I will definitely stay at another Parler Paris apartment on my next visit to France (that is if I don't purchase a fractional myself through Adrian). Thank you, Adrian! And thank you to your staff at Adrian Leeds, llc.!
- Guest Terri W.
- Date of stay 07/27/11
- Review Submitted 08/11/11
Nightly €150 - €250 Weekly €945 to €1,575 Monthly €2,365 to €4725 Minimum rental 4 nights (3 nights in month prior to arrival).
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Queen sized bed and lots of storage.
Spacious bedroom. Queen bed can be made as two twins.
New, comfortable sofabed.
Hard to find 4 burner stove!
Bask in the Paris sunshine.
Fully equipped kitchen.
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