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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Paris Arr. 3 (Marais, Picasso Museum) reviews
Outstanding Experience: First Time in Paris, First Time with VRBO Instead of a Hotel
"So I was nervous about the whole thing - my first trip to France with my 16yr old daughter and have never tried VRBO before. Our cab delivered us to this charming charming area - the Marais district - surrounded by restaurants, a short walk to the train and shopping and easy blocks to museums and parks. I was blown away. Our new home away from home had a secure french door entry - beautiful big wooden doors - a quiet courtyard (so appreciated for good sleep) and the flat was absolutely lovely. Well appointed with charming furniture, artwork, an updated modern kitchen, a bathtub/shower - yes!, and big windows that let in breezes. Both the bed and the pullout couch were very comfortable. We spent the first day of eight just putzing around our new place after getting groceries - it was so charming, comfortable, clean and had a thorough book for all needs. My daughter contracted bronchitis and, on a Sunday, I looked in our book with information that was left with us and found a doctor for 80 euros who made a house call. It was hard to return home. We will be returning to this flat again next year - we loved it."
Guest: Laurie L.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 18, 2015
"We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this apartment. The three levels provided a sense of privacy for us all and the building was located on a very quiet street near a very exciting area! Restaurants and shopping are a hop skip and a jump away. The apartment is nestled between 2 Metro lines (a short block and a half walk in either direction). The supermarket is right around to corner, the boulangerie across the street is wonderful, the epicerie downstairs has a fantastic selection of Italian meats and cheeses. I can't imagine a more perfect location! Bernard was very pleasant and easy to work with, promptly responding to questions. Francois met us at the apartment and advised us on the area and amenities. A great rental experience. The only thing I would have liked would have been a better selection of cooking equipment. We bought a knife just so we wouldn't cut off a finger with the dull knives in the drawer. And, as many reviews have said, the apartment is well worn. However, that being said, none of that detracted from our trip to beautiful Paris and we would not hesitate to book this lovely apartment again!"
Guest: Stacy D.Date of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: June 8, 2015
"So much to like about this small apartment. Understand that it is one large room, with two sofas, facing each other. So when more than one bed is needed, the pulled out sofas leave little other space. That said, the place is beautifully decorated, in a trendy Brooklyn-like neighborhood that is just delightful. Feels very safe, clean, cozy. Sofa beds aren't great for sleeping, but if you want a very nice apartment for your Paris visit, this will serve you well."
Guest: Bill G.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 26, 2015
"The apartment is very nice and well placed with many attractions in walking distance. A diversity of restaurants, and bars as well as three metro stations are close by, which makes the stay comfortable and easy. Gaela, our contact person, was very helpful and attentive. She also perfectly organized our transport from and to the airport, which was very convenient. We can fully recommend this apartment."
Guest: Jürgen V.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 24, 2015