Marais GemBack to Paris
Tucked away at the end of a cul-de-sac in one of the most sought-after Parisian neighborhoods, the Marais Gem is a true home-away-from-home. The spacious layout and townhouse-feel is perfect for families or friends traveling together, and for those who want to be surrounded by the charming streets of the Haut Marais, lined with countless cafés, restaurants, markets, trendy shops, and Paris landmarks. The famous Rue de Bretagne, home to the beloved Marché des Enfants Rouges food-haven market, is just minutes from your front door.
Guests will enjoy the warm, welcoming space immediately upon entering this three-level home, with its unique decor and colorful art work on every wall. The main level is a spacious, open floor plan that is lined with partially frosted windows, offering guests privacy from the street level view but without sacrificing abundant natural light. The fully-equipped kitchen has everything you need to whip up home-cooked meals with fresh produce and ingredients from the nearby market, with bar seating for a quick coffee or snack, and a dining table for savoring more indulgent fare. The living area includes two colorful sofas, seating 6 guests comfortably, and a WC is conveniently located near the stairs.
Climb the stairs to find the three peaceful bedrooms and two bathrooms. Two of the bedrooms have queen beds, the third has two twin beds. Each bedroom offers plenty of storage space and has large french windows that keep the space bright and fresh. The larger, full bathroom features a nice tub, and the smaller half-bath has a walk-in shower with rainshower head.
Back downstairs, below the main level, a TV lounge is a cozy nook for winding down at the end of a long day of sightseeing, and it also has a sleeper sofa to accommodate a seventh guest.
Though guests may rarely want to leave the immediate neighborhood, should you ever decide to venture out further, the metro is conveniently located just steps from the apartment, whisking you all over Paris in just minutes.
- Burners gas (4)
- Coffee maker
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Family Friendly
- Hair dryer
- Heating Throughout
- Linens & Towels
- Washer & Dryer (separate units)
- Flat Screen TV
BedsBedroom 1 (upstairs)1 queenBedroom 2 (upstairs)1 queenBedroom 3 (upstairs)2 twin/singlesTV Lounge (downstairs)(open sleeping area) 1 sleep sofa
BathroomsBathroom 1 (upstairs)(Full bath) toilet, sink, tub, hand held shower head, towel warmerBathroom 2 (upstairs)(Half bath) walk-in shower, sink, rainshower, hand held shower headWC (main floor)(Half bath) toilet, sink
- Family friendly apartment on a cul-de-sac street
- Colorful décor and spacious layout with a townhouse feel
- Vibrant Haut Marais neighborhood
- Paris Official Registration #: 7510304464774
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2020 WEEKLY RATESfrom $371 per night
- Monthly rates based on 28 days for rentals of one month. Longer rentals follow the calendar month.
- Rate based on 6 person occupancy. US$290 per week, or part thereof, charge per person for extra people. Inquire about specials Currency Converter
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Covering Paris’ central 3rd and 4th arrondissements, the Marais is the oldest neighborhood in the city, where medieval roads and architecture now contain designer boutiques, intimate museums, hip cafés, and hidden gardens. Just down the street from the Hôtel de Ville city hall, the Pompidou museum exhibits a wonderful range of modern art on four, expansive floors. In the center of the Marais, thanks to its historic Jewish heritage, you’ll find take-away and sit-down falafel restaurants and delis aplenty, including the world-famous L’As du Falafel, the newer Miznon, and ever-popular Sacha Finkelsztajn deli. Pick up a sweet treat from Pierre Hermé, Café Pouchkine, or L’Éclair de Génie and enjoy it in the calm sunshine of Place des Vosges, the oldest square in Paris, or escape the crowds at the hidden Rosiers-Joseph Migneret garden. History buffs will appreciate the Musée Carnavalet, a history museum dedicated to the city of Paris, as well as the fascinating Musée des Archives, both troves of rare documents and artifacts. The recently renovated Picasso museum and the hunting museum, Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, are fantastic options as well. Head towards metro St-Paul to rummage through the most unique antique and vintage shops in the area. Much of the Marais’ popular and varied nightlife scene caters to Paris’ gay population, but there is undoubtedly something to please everyone. The North Marais, toward Place de la République, is where you’ll find the delicious marché des Enfants Rouge and nearby cultural event center, Carreau du Temple, surrounded by a number of Paris’ trendiest cafés and clandestine cocktail bars.
- All of Central Paris
- Arts et Metiers
- Beaubourg/ Pompidou Center
- Boulangeries, pâtisseries, and fromageries
- Canal St. Martin
- Food and Produce Markets
- Haut Marais
- Picasso Museum
- Place de la République
- Rue Des Rosiers
- Trendy boutiques, cafes & restaurants