This is a one bedroom apartment situated in the heart of the Quartier Latin, on the sixth floor (top) floor of a 19th century building with an (small) elevator. In the neighborhood there are all sorts of entertainment and services such as cinemas, fashion store, nice restaurants, and cafes.
This quiet apartment (by Parisian standards, of course) faces the rue Gay-Lussac street and has a south exposure, with brings in great natural light. The building's main entrance gate is protected by a security system, a digicode-access hallway and a concierge.
The flat's entrance gives access to the living room and kitchenette and the apartment has painted walls, parquet throughout, and crown moldings. The bathroom and the kitchenette are tiled with vintage "tommettes".
The living room has French doors opening onto a balcony with a table and chairs, and a wonderful view of the Eiffel Tower and the Montparnasse Tower. The living room is furnished with a futon, a TV, a sofa that you can use as a bed (a real single bed), armchairs, a fold out table that seats up to 6, and two original decorative fireplaces. Two adults can comfortably sleep in the living room.
The spacious Jack& Jill bathroom has a washbasin surmounted by a mirror, a shower with natural light, a WC and a washing machine. On one side of the bathroom is the living room, on the other is the bedroom.
The very quiet bedroom is furnished with a bed (double), a desk, a bookshelf and a closet. The window opens above a quiet courtyard and overlooks the Panthéon.
The kitchenette is quaint but fully functional. It was completely remodeled (modern!) last fall and is equipped with a freezer, refrigerator, electric burner with oven, microwave and a coffee maker.
We had one complaint about cleanliness and addressed it with the guest AND changed cleaning service (-;
The flat has been entirely repainted last fall as well, and the 1869 façade has been completely restored this winter (any allusions to the construction comments in past reviews relate to that. It was all completed in Dec. 2013)
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