Comfortable 50m2 apartment in the less touristic part of Montmartre with lots of grocers around. The Jules Joffrin farmer's market is two Métro stops away, about five minutes. It is held twice a week. The apartment is on the first French floor (one flight up) without elevator of a Haussmannian building. Windows are facing the street. The hallway leads to the separate kitchen, then the well-equipped separate kitchen and the living room. While sitting in one of the comfortable armchairs you are welcome to read one of the many books, watch TV or surf the Internet via a wireless connection. The living room also features a dining table for five people. The first bedroom features a double bed, as well as a foldout guest bed (single). The second bedroom has a quite comfortable double sofabed, which usually is folded out. The vintage bathroom comes with two sinks and a bathtub with handheld shower. This two bedroom apartment offers excellent value for your money!
The area is very nice and offers a neighborhood feel with lots of greengrocers and supermarkets. The Jules Joffrin farmer's market is just two Métro stops away, within five minutes (Lamarck Caulaincourt and Jules Joffrin). Sacré Coeur up the hill offers magnificent views of Paris and the Place du Tertre is for those who do not shy away from la foule!
The Montmartre-Moulin Rouge neighborhood extends over the entire 18th arrondissement and part of the 9th arrondissement. It includes the former village of Montmartre, annexed by the city of Paris in 1860. The Montmartre hilltop is the most touristy neighborhood of Paris, with the Sacré-Coeur basilica, which dominates Montmartre hill. At the bottom, Place Saint-Pierre is the meeting place for fabric merchants, with the Saint-Pierre market, which is the best and oldest of all the markets. It is very pleasant to walk around the Place des Abbesses and its neighboring small streets. The northern 18th arrondissement, after the rue Ordener, is less touristy but also very pleasant. A must see is the rue du Poteau and all its food merchants. Here it is the real Paris, the Paris of Amélie Poulain is rue Lepic, a bit to the west. Rue Lepic is famous for its appetizing storefronts, bakeries, delicatessens, greengrocers, confectioners…everything here is made to make you want it. At night, the famous Moulin Rouge and its dancers await you. Place Pigalle will also make you want, late at night, but in a different vein. It is the plaza for night owls that separates the 18th and 9th arrondissements. This arrondissement is more calm and just as pleasant as the previous one, with many restaurants. It is a neighborhood that is well-served by buses, to the south by the metro, and which is ten minutes from the Gare Saint-Lazare. Ideal for a picturesque stay in Paris.
The security deposit for the rental of the apartment is € 400.
Upon arrival we will ask you for your credit card information so please make sure to bring it with you.
We will not charge your credit card the security deposit unless there is a problem.
Please be advised that you may have to pay an extra fee for late and Sunday/ holiday check-in. The fee structure is as follows:
Monday through Saturday:
3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.: Free
8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.: 20 €
9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.: 30 €
10:30 p.m. to 1:00: 50 €
Sundays and French holidays
until 8pm: 30 €
8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.: 40 €
9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.: 50 €
10:30 p.m. to 1:00am: 65 €
No check-in after 01:00.
- Cable TV
- Washing machine