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Combining a central location, tasteful design and comfort, this one bedroom apartment is located in Beaubourg, in the 1st arrondissement of Paris (near Le Louvre). Sitting on Rue de la ferronnerie and Rue Saint-Denis, the apartment is on the first French floor (second American floor) of a typical Parisian building.
The apartment is fully furnished with all the necessary amenities for a stay of any length. This includes:
This apartment is particularly unique because of its decoration and design: the space has been redecorated to match the 1925 work. The artist reinterpreted many different iconic Art Nouveau and Art Deco motifs, touching on the work of such artists as Klimt, Mac Intosh and Wassai. Antique lamps from Istanbul and a refurbished (functional) early 20th century radio complete the artistic ambiance of the apartment.
In addition to the unique decoration, the apartment also benefits from a superb location right in the heart of old Paris. The Chatelet neighborhood is named for the fortified gatehouse that controlled access to the Ile de la Cité in the Seine River. It is from this area that Paris expanded from the Middle Ages to today. The Centre Pompidou (modern art museum), the Hotel de Ville (City Hall) and Louvre are all easily reached on foot. The area is also known for its nightlife and café culture, making it lively and exciting.
The largest subway station in the world, Châtelet - Les Halles is located just two blocks from the apartment. This is the focal point of Paris's public transit systems, the convergence of metro lines 1, 4, 7, 11, and 14 and RER (rapid transit commuter lines) A, B and D. The station is also home to one of the largest malls in Paris and a park, which replaced the main market for the city in the 1970s.
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.