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Choose to stay in Beaubourg, Paris, to experience Paris à la mode. This furnished studio resides in the 3rd arrondissement, next to the Centre Pompidou (270m/.17mi), one of the largest modern art museums in the world. But don’t be fooled; Beaubourg like its neighbor, Le Marais, is rich in history, and curious travelers can still stumble upon the hidden traditional treasures of Beaubourg. This studio, for example, can be found on the 4th (5th American equivalent) and final floor of a building that was built in 1610. Full of character, this studio is bound to charm you with its antique appeal while you’re staying in Beaubourg.
Follow the spiraling wooden staircase up to the open terrace and into this abode. Wooden floors, furniture, and exposed beams fill this apartment with rustic charisma. A decorative fireplace and patterned rugs pad the floor and make it feel like home.
Around the corner from this old-world apartment, you’ll find new-world transportation. Chatelet (350m/.22mi), known as the “Hub of Paris”, is home to nearly all metro lines and trains making it the largest hub in Paris. Other nearby stops are Étienne Marcel (280m/.17mi [line4]) and Hôtel de Ville (850m/.53mi [lines 1 and 11]).
Rue Tiquetonne (450m/.28mi) is bountiful with boutiques to keep your style up to date and Les Halles (650m/.4mi), which was once an energetic food market, is now an underground shopping center below a glass ceiling. But when you’re looking to satisfy your sense of nostalgia, Rue Montorgueil (550m/.34mi) continues to hold true to traditional Paris and hosts a variety of French fine dining, brasseries, and cafes.
Though this area is transcending into a young and hip arrondissement, many traditional Parisian characteristics have managed to survive the restoration and continue to bring the old world into the new.
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.
Review by: Robert W.,
Dec 01 2011
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 29 days
An absolutely horrible experience. A nightmare. This studio is right to next to a credit municipal business with the elevator shaft right behind the wall . The noise starts at 7:30 am when the employees arrive and goes well into the night to sometimes 10:30pm.It is a loud banging noise that sounds like a hammer is dropping. I notified the owner of the noise and she tries to make like someone is working on the elevator. THER IS ABSOLUTELY NO ONE WORKING ON THE ELEVATOR. The noise is coming from the elevator being used going up and down . This was very obvious because the noise stopped only on the weekend when the business was closed.I invited the owner to come listen and she only came on the weekend when the business was closed. What a joke.There is also work being done to one of the flats in the building of the studio but that is a separate issue altogether .Stay clear of renting this studio.
Answer by: Paris Customer Service
Dec 09 2011
The owner has been notified about the noise issue during the rental. As she works out of Paris, she sent someone to verify and it appears that the elevator made a light noise, people in the building explained it was because it was in reparation. However the area and the street are quiet. One of the apartment walls borders a neighboring building's elevator shaft, so the elevator may be heard throughout the day.