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Recent Paris reviews
"I liked very much!!! The place was perfect to me...thanks agnes!!! You are a special person....your apto is confortable ....i hope a day came back to paris!!! Then I can say I very happy with my choice!!"
Guest: AnonymeDate of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: July 7, 2015
"My husband and I just returned from a wonderful visit to Paris. Having this apartment to stay in really added to the trip. It is very conveniently located. We walked almost everywhere. There are great restaurants and shops just down the street. The apartment was very comfortable, very nicely appointed and quiet. The next time we come to Paris we will plan our trip around being able to stay here. Cecile was very pleasant to work with. Also, Cecile recommended a driver to pick us up at the airport. Chafik was right on time and a very nice guy.
Thank you, Cecile."
Guest: Ann H.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 22, 2015
The Perfect Place to Experience Daily Parisian life
"My husband and I rented this lovely apartment for 2 weeks and it proved to be better than we had imagined. This was our second time renting in Paris, but the first in this apartment.
We looked up information on the area and found it to be loaded with so much history. The cobbled street outside dates back to the 14th century. Across the street there had originally been an English Convent School for girls and Aurore Dupin 1804 - 1876, who found literary fame under the pen name of George Sand, was educated there. Around the corner is the Arenes de Lutece, now a park but originally a Roman arena.
2 outdoor markets, Place Monge and Place Maubert, were open for shopping on alternate days. We loved the Place Monge Sunday market and bought roasted meats, veggies and side dishes for dinner. They refer to organic as "bio" and there were a few stalls that specialized in bio produce. There was also a full time market on Rue Monge that was 100% bio and had wonderful groceries. A major chain market, Carrefors, is right around the corner. There was no shortage of wonderful bakeries, cheese shops and butchers within an easy walk.
My husband is 6'6" and we found the bed to be a good size and also very comfortable. Storage space was plentiful as well. A very large bureau was in the bedroom that had more than enough room for our things. We put our suitcases under the desk in the bedroom nicely out of sight. It was very convenient to have the washer and drying rack which we used several times. The kitchen was equipped with anything you needed for cooking and we put it to good use. We loved opening the large windows and enjoying the view while having coffee or a meal.
A very short walk in either direction out the front door had us at 2 Metro lines. Although we walked a lot, we did use the Metro for some long distance travel. We also enjoyed walking to the Batobus (water taxi) at Notre Dame.
We truly loved this apartment and felt like a part of the neighborhood for our 2 week stay. When we return, this little gem will be our choice to stay at again."
Guest: Anna L.Date of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: October 21, 2015