This 900 sqft duplex apartment has 3 bedrooms. The first level has 13 foot high ceiling, the second level has lower ceiling. There are a queen bed in the main bedroom , a full in the second bedroom and a smaller full for one or two loving persons. There is also a small twin bed that we can set anywhere. Also a sofa in the main bedroom and one in the living room can be used to sleep a child or even an adult . A crib is available.
The 2 smaller bedrooms are on the upper level. There is a toilet with a sink at this level. The full bathroom is at the lower level.
If you come by car, you can use a private parking in the court for an extra fee
Originally the Quai Voltaire was the western portion of the Quai Malaquais. In 1644 it was renamed Quai des Théatins after some Theatines built a monastery on the quai (Today located at No. 23 and No. 25 Quai Voltaire). In 1791, the wharf became known as the Quai Voltaire in homage to the writer who died in 1778 in the home of Charles, marquis de Villette. After Honoré de Balzac set his novel La Peau de chagrin in the Quai Voltaire, antique shops became common in the quai. In the early nineteenth century the area became a well-known place for booksellers to peddle their wares.