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Recent Paris Arr. 3 (Marais, Picasso Museum) reviews
"This two story walk up is a compact, well laid out apartment with everything one needs for a stay. The street is quiet at night, a big plus. The Place des Vosges is literally around the corner, the Picasso museum a few minutes walk as is the rest of the Marais! Lots of great shops all easily accessible. Our favorite food shopping street is rue de Bretagne, maybe 10-15 minutes away. We'd happily recommend this place to others and hope to stay again in the future."
Guest: CharlieDate of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 19, 2015
"We stayed for almost two weeks in this wonderful two bedroom apartment. It has lovely original wood beams and wood closets that make the place feel very warm. It has a lot of character and couldn't be more perfectly located....close to a couple metros, easy place to find taxis, and not far from the main train station, Gare du Nord. We couldn't have been happier.
The area is quiet as well, with some wonderful restaurants around. All in all, the place was very special."
Guest: Paul-GordonDate of Stay: January 2015Review Submitted: February 23, 2015
"We can't say enough about our week long experience in this apartment. If there is a more perfect location in Paris for walking and access to public transportation, we don't know of it. Only a block from the Place Des Vosges in Le Marais, we were in comfortable walking distance to shopping, to two metro stations, to a variety of restaurants, bistros, and cafes, to several museums, and to a glorious open air market near the Bastille. The well-renovated apartment was furnished with everything to make for a really comfortable stay: on the first floor was a living room with sleeper sofas and tv/a nicely equipped kitchen and dining area/and a washer-dryer/and a half-bath. A spiral staircase led to an alcove with a built-in single bed and the bedroom with a very comfortable queen-sized bed. A very nice bathroom was accessed from the master bedroom. Internet service was dependably available and the signal was strong. Free telephone service to the US was a huge, unexpected bonus. There is something special about staying in a home, not a hotel. It made us feel like we owned the experience in Paris, not that we were tourists.
There is only one caveat and that is for anyone with a mobility-impairment. The spiral stairs might be challenging and upstairs there is a raised-beam across the floor to go into the master bedroom. The apartment has been carved out creatively of what you can see is a very old, historic building. The beam is part of the charm, but it would be a barrier for some with mobility issues.
In addition to the wonderful location and the lovely apartment itself, there was a safety-net of good security measures in place. Plus, there is a local contact to address any questions or issues.
We look forward to returning to Paris and when we do, we hope to return to this wonderful, welcoming apartment."
Guest: Michael and SusanDate of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: July 9, 2015
"We had a fantasic stay and Guy & Jean's apartment in Le Marais. We've already suggested their place to our friends that will be in Paris in August. We hope to stay in their apartment again, sooner than later. We have not 1 complaint. Bed was very comfy, balcony was lovely, and the fridge was super cold. Thank you two very much for allowing us to stay in your apartment and for being such kind and accommodating hosts."
Guest: Alycia W.Date of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: May 13, 2015