This studio, in the heart of the 1st arrondissement, is located at 2 steps of the Louvre Museum. Ideally located in the heart of Paris. You will love to relax in its lounge with a fold-away bed, fully equipped and very brightfull which will enable you to have your breakfast comfortably before going to discover the capital.
The apartment is located in the center of the 1st arrondissement. You will discover a decoration both authentic and refined that will enable you to rest in a warm setting after a long day in the metropolis of Paris. The apartment is fully equipped, you will find everything that is necessary for your Parisian stay, the fold-away bed is also very comfortable.
You will have acess to the whole apartment
I may not be available to accommodate you in my apartment. If this is the case a friend of mine will come to greet you. I would of course be at your disposal to give you advice on Paris.
A very lively pedestrian area in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, the Les Halles district is named after the old Halles Baltard, the market hall which used to stand on the site and was described by Émile Zola as the "Belly of Paris". This building was deemed obsolete in the 70s and made way for the Forum des Halles, a big shopping centre at the heart of the capital. Entirely renovated in the 2010s, the latter now boasts a remarkable architectural feature, the Canopy, an immense glass and steel structure with plant-like curves…
A temple of fashion, this complex contains many shops as well as a library, conservatory, hip hop centre, swimming pool, cinema, cafes and restaurants. To get there by public transport, you go via the world's biggest underground station, the Châtelet - Les Halles Metro and RER station. In the Les Halles district, you can also stroll along the pedestrian streets of Rue Montorgueil, Tiquetonne and Quincampoix, which are lovely places for a walk and have a number of shops. On your walk, you can also see the magnificent Gothic Church of St Eustace, the Bourse de Commerce with its cupola on top, and the Renaissance-style Innocents fountain. A beautiful park of around 4 hectares provides a wonderful backdrop for the Church of St Eustace: the Nelson Mandela Garden, which opened in 2013, offers tired walkers and shoppers a much-appreciated place to relax!
I recommend you take a VTC or taxi from the airport to the apartment or take the RER B to Chatelet les Halles. about 1H.
The apartment is also easily accessible by Metro: Metro Louvre Rivoli (line 1) 2 minutes walk from the apartment or Chatelet, central station of Paris at 7 minutes on foot also.