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Visit the beating heart of Paris! Decorated with small cafes, large plazas, spectacular terraces, and French bistros, Châtelet - Les Halles in the 1st arrondissement of Paris provides visitors with an authentically Parisian atmosphere. This fully furnished studio apartment is located in the heart of this vibrant neighborhood, located on the sixth floor (7th floor for Americans) of a 17th century walk-up building located at rue Pierre Lescot and rue du Cygne.
Sleek black hardwood floors are paired with modern artwork and wood paneling in the living room, and the window peers out onto the street giving you views of the beautiful Parisian architecture that Châtelet – Les Halles is known for. There is a sofa that doubles as a bed, a television, and a compact kitchen with a microwave, fridge, a stove with vitroceramic hobs, and a coffeemaker. There is a washer, making the often daunting task of laundry in Paris easy and convenient, as well as a bathroom with a shower, W/C, and fresh towels.
Characterized by central city shopping and a bustling railway station, Châtelet – Les Halles situates you in right off the Seine, putting the rest of this magical city right on your doorstep. The Centre Pompidou (600 m/0.4 mi) is an avant-garde complex which houses such national treasures as the National Museum of Modern Art, public library, and music center; there is no shortage of things to do here! The Jardin Nelson Mandela (700 m/0.4 mi) was built on Emperor Napoleon’s request by architect Victor Baltard. The stunning garden contains eleven fountains, sculpted plants, a mall flanked with lime-trees and chestnut-trees, ponds, a terraced flower garden, and a tropical greenhouse. In the mood for a unique an educational experience? The Musée de la Poupée (600 m/0.4 mi) is located in a magical spot at the end of a flowery lane and contains French dolls and baby dolls dating from 1800 to 1959. Each doll is placed in settings and atmospheres typical of their time period. The Théâtre du Châtelet (650 m/0.4 mi) is situated directly on the Seine, and is one of only two theatres in Paris that are built on the site of a châtelet, a small castle or fortress. And of course don't miss Le Louvre, once of the world's most visited museum, located only 1.2 km (0.7 mi) away.
For public transportation, take the 4 train at Étienne Marcel subway station. The Châtelet-Les Halles (200 m/0.1 mi) is the major commuter train hub in Paris and the largest underground station in the world.
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.