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Paris Apartment - 2 Bedroom Rental in Les Halles, Le Marais (PA-3039)

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Description
2 Bedroom Apartment Rental in Les Halles, Le Marais (PA-3039)
2 Bedrooms - Duplex, 1 Bathroom - Sleeps

Neighborhood:

Close to the famous Georges Pompidou Cultural Center and the Les Halles Mall, this apartment is at walking distance from the Louvre Museum, the adjoining Royal Tuileries Garden, and the Seine River with its unique islands -- Ile de la Cite, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the delightful Ile Saint Louis. In addition to many French traditional and international restaurants and cafes, all sorts of services can be found in this neighborhood.

Premises:

This 75m² (approx. 805 sq. ft.) two-bedroom apartment is located on the fifth floor (sixth in the USA) of a 12th century walk-up building. The street's main entrance gate is protected by a coded security system. It opens into a corridor, leading to a second gate protected by an intercom.

Layout:

The entrance door opens into the living room and the open kitchen; to the left are bedroom1 and the bathroom with its toilet. There are stairs in the living room leading to bedroom2.

The 25m² (approx. 265 sq. ft.) living room has two windows overlooking the street with an eastern exposure. It is furnished with a double-size sofa bed, a coffee table, two armchairs, a bench, a dining table with six matching chairs, a stereo, a phone and some shelves.

The open kitchen is equipped with four gas burners, a refrigerator/freezer, an oven, a coffee maker, a kettle and a toaster.

The 17m² (approx. 180 sq. ft.) bedroom1 has two windows overlooking the courtyard with a western exposure. It is furnished with a double-size bed, a bedside table with an alarm clock and a lamp, a small stereo, a built-in closet, a table, an armchair, three chairs, a phone and some shelves.

The 16m² (approx. 170 sq. ft.) bedroom2 / office is on the 6th floor and has a window and two skylights overlooking the street with an eastern exposure. It is furnished with a single-size futon, a closet, a desk, a phone, an armchair, some shelves and a chest of drawers.

The bathroom is equipped with a shower, a washbasin and a toilet.

The nearest metro stations are Chatelet les Halles (RER A, B, D, lines 1, 4, 7, 11, 14), Etienne Marcel (line 4) and Rambuteau (L11).

Heat and hot water are both gas and individually metered.

Amenities:
  • Internet,
  • Pets not allowed,
  • Smoking not permitted,
  • No elevator
Location
Map: Paris Furnished Rental - rue Quincampoix between rue aux Ours and rue Rambuteau 75003 Paris (3rd Arrondissement)
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  • 11 Train to Rambuteau Station
  • 4 Train to Étienne Marcel Station
  • RER A, RER B, RER D, 1, 4, 11, 14 Trains to Châtelet-Les Halles Station
Rooms
  • living room
  • kitchen
  • bedrooms
  • bathroom
  • apartment layout
Living room
Features: Sheets, Window, Phone, Sofa, Dining table
Number of beds: 1
Bed size: sofa bed (double)
Kitchen
Features: Open, Freezer, Coffee maker, Toaster
Bedroom # 1
Features: Sheets, Window, Phone
Number of beds: 1
Bed size: bed (double)
Bedroom # 2
Features: Sheets, Window, Phone
Number of beds: 1
Bed size: futon (single)
Bathroom
Features: Window, Shower, WC, Towels
Other

Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.

Ratings & Reviews
2 Bedroom Apartment Rental in Les Halles, Le Marais (PA-3039)
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4.4 stars

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4.5
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Apartment Reviews (1)
Review by: Kay M.,
Jul 16 2010
From: Australia,
Apartment Rental: 1 month

Overall, our experience renting the apartment in Paris was fantastic. We enjoyed the location and found our apartment to be very comfortable. Here are a couple of little suggestions that might make it even better:

a) the printer had been packed away, so printing out tickets or receipts involved copying files onto a usb stick and taking it to one of the local printing services (not all of whom were very computer savvy, interestingly!)
b) many of the items in the apartment were fragile and of great personal value to the landlady (which she pointed out to us when we arrived at 11pm our first night in Paris). We were terrified of breaking things (including essentials like reading lamps, which you can't really do without when there is no overhead lighting - the case here), much of the crockery and cutlery and pots were already damaged when we arrived, and as there was no report done at the start, we were concerned about our bond. I think it might be better to fit the place out with simple, cheap, but functional lamps and cutlery, plates and glasses etc. and store away the valuable and fragile items. The storage room was empty.
c) the information about how to contact the cleaning lady, what to do with recyclables and normal rubbish, where the nearest/best laundromat/post office/supermarket was, where and when the markets were, and which phones we should use for what, was all on separate bits of paper and usually handwritten. It would be more easy to manage with all that sort of essential info on one sheet in a large font! We found Mme Delanoe's general notes very useful.
d) there was nowhere to dry clothes and no drying rack. This is truly essential for long term tenants! After some very pointed comments from one of the neighbours about our drying our clothes on the line outside the bathroom window, we ended up buying a rack which we left with our landlady.

All these things were more important to us probably than to others, shorter term tenants, as we were there with our child, and really having to do normal everyday things like cook, wash clothes, look at emails and clean up after ourselves etc.
That said, we enjoyed our stay and look forward to the next time!

Answer by: Paris Customer Service
Aug 10 2010

We conveyed the comments from this review to the apartment owner who said she will remedy the issues.