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A stone’s throw from the River Seine, the Louvre, the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, and just behind the Musée d’Orsay a delightful small apartment can be found.

The house

This apartment, ideally located in the heart of a fashionable historical district, overlooks a charming paved courtyard. Everything is right on your doorstep: museums, chic boutiques, typical French shops and restaurants. This contemporary space comprises a lounge, a double bedroom, a large bathroom and a kitchen. It is very well equipped with a washing machine and dishwasher, as well as good household appliances, a comfortable bed and scented candles.

a contemporary apartment, located in the heart of a fashionable historical district

The apartment allows passing guests to feel at home immediately and to live as if they are real Parisians. Once out of the door and into the street, it is hard to know where to go, having to choose between the food shops, fashion boutiques, cafes, bistros and exhibitions etc.
Apartment for 2
  • 1 living room
  • 1 dining room
  • 1 kitchen
  • 1 double bedroom
  • 1 bathroom

Comfort & Equipment

  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Wi-fi
  • TV
  • Dyptique candles
  • Designer furniture

On demand

  • Branded Hermès, l’Occitane and Annick Goutal bath products


  • Price on demand

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Favorite spots


L’atelier de Joël Robuchon

The experience of a Michelin-starred restaurant in a more relaxed atmosphere, where diners sit at the bar in front of kitchen staff. It is located just opposite the flat. 
5 rue de Montalembert, 75007 Paris 
Tel (33) 01 42 22 56 56

La Calèche

The locals’ favourite eatery, for everyone from antique dealers to residents, who enjoy French cuisine here at an affordable price.  
8 Rue de Lille, 75007 Paris 

Au Pied de Fouet

A typically Parisian bistro, small but delicious, and not expensive.  
3 rue Saint Benoit , 75006 Paris 
Tel (33) 01 42 96 53 10


The best (authentic) Japanese restaurant in the area which is proud of its official “Japanese Cuisine” label, and whose Soba dishes make the trip worthwhile. 
22 rue Saint Benoît , 75006 Paris 
Tel (33) 01 45 44 11 18


The interior is just delightful and the macaroons are fantastic – what more can be asked of this gourmet venue situated a stone’s throw from the flat?
21 rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris 
Tel (33) 01 44 07 64 87s

Le Café de Flore

For a coffee, which the initiated take inside, upstairs to the first floor, when they are looking for privacy.  
172 Bd Saint Germain, 75006 Paris

L’Epicerie générale

The owner of this local deli has brought back the best of the organic specialities herself  from different regions in France: Camargue rice, oils, meats, and cheeses. She makes the best ham sandwiches in Paris. 
43 rue de Verneuil, 75007 Paris 
Tel (33) 01 42 60 51 78

La Grande Epicerie

The excellence of deli in luxury department store style. For the pleasure of the eyes and the senses. Visit its market and bring back some small tasty treats. 
38 rue de Sèvres, 75006 Paris 
Tel (33) 01 44 39 81 00


The baker on the corner of the street whose warm baguette on a morning and in the evening can’t help but be nibbled on the way home, and also goes wonderfully with a coffee at the counter. 
18 rue du Bac, 75007 Paris 
Tel (33) 01 42 61 87 63


And for shopping



The scented candles by Sandrine and Valentine Pozzo di Borgo can be enjoyed in this charming local shop. 
38 rue de l’Université, 75007 Paris 
Tel (33) 01 42 22 30 07


This showcase of curiosities filled with extraordinary stuffed animals has been restored after a fire but it is still magical to visit.. 
48 rue du bac 75007, Paris 
Tel (33) 01 42 22 30 07


The store is next to the eponymous gallery and sells art books, lithographs and artist’s jewellery.  
42 rue du Bac, 75007 Paris 
Tel (33) 01 45 48 45 15

Pellat Finet Outlet

As this is the designer’s Outlet shop, you can find really original, patterned cashmere, which combines top quality with great value.  
1 rue de Montalembert,  75007 Paris 
Tel (33) 01 42 22 22 77
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