|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
|Single sofa beds:||2|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Cosy, comfortable and adorning the magical Montmartre district, this one bedroom apartment can accommodate up to four guests in Paris’s romantic core.
Perfectly suited to a couple, although two extra beds can be provided should you wish to house four, this charming abode allows you to experience all the delights of quintessential Paris with ease, granting instant access to candlelit bistros, luscious patisseries and quaint boutiques. Benefitting from plentiful natural light and radiating an amiable, welcoming ambience, this low cost accommodation makes a superb base from which to begin your adventure.
Decorated with typical Parisian images, the combined living and dining area overlooks the bustling street below and comes equipped with a snug sofa, an intimate dining table and an efficient kitchenette. All the essentials are at your disposal for experimenting with local ingredients and creating delectable and indeed cost effective meals in the comfort of your apartment. Utterly tranquil, the bedroom ensures a peaceful night’s sleep and comprises of a double bed, a flatscreen TV and storage cupboards. Finally, the sleek bathroom concludes this delightful holiday home with a sink, toilet and shower unit.
This Paris apartment resides within the capital’s central ring, occupying the cherished Montmartre neighbourhood of the 18th arrondissement. Renowned for its winding cobbled avenues, elevated positioning and picturesque aesthetic, this historically rich district provides an exquisite backdrop for a memorable city encounter. Recently utilised as a filming location for a number of successful pictures, such as “La Vie en Rose,” “Moulin Rouge” and most famously, “Amélie,” Montmartre attracts the crowds for its enchanting eateries, unique atmosphere and series of attractions, which include the fascinating Espace Dali and the legendary Moulin Rouge dancehall.
Arguably the quarter’s greatest highlight is the Sacre Coeur Basilica, which dominates the skyline and can be reached through a strenuous climb or from the comfort of a charming funicular railway. Displaying beautiful Romano-Byzantine architecture and completed in the early 1900s, this iconic landmark is free to enter, although a small fee is charged for accessing the domed summit, which rewards visitors with unparalleled views across the capital.