THE STRONG POINTS
Right in the centre of the St Germain des Près neighbourhood
Fully equipped kitchen
Bed and bath linen provided
Breakfast / brunch delivery (on request)
Microwave, Refrigerator, Freezer
Toaster, kettle, hotplate, espresso coffee machine,
Sofa bed for 2 persons
Dining area for 4 people
Charges included in the rent:
- Condominium fees
Category of propertyApartment
Type of rentalEntire home/apt
Bedroom n°11 double bed
Livingroom n°11 convertible sofa
Check in afterFlexible
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Minimum duration3 months
Services charges included ?80€
Owner Marc S.
Default rent ?
Housecleaning price ?70€
The greatest names in French culture of the last century have crossed paths here. Nestled in the heart of the famous Saint-Germain-des-Prés district in Paris, the cafés of Flore and Les Deux Magots have not finished fascinating by their extraordinary artistic and literary history.
There are cafés with the scent of literature, philosophy and art. This is the case of the Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. It must be admitted that one goes there less to taste an exceptional espresso than to smell the fragrance of the cultural bubbling that they have sheltered. No sooner are the doors pushed open than one dreams of the philosophical or love discussions between Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre over a drink; of the feverish writing of Guillaume Apollinaire at the table; of the surrealist exchanges of André Breton and Louis Aragon.
THE DURATION :
For those with a sweet tooth, we recommend the beautiful and very tempting LaDurée shop, a stone's throw from the church of Saint-Germain. The shop in Saint-Germain is smaller than the one on the Champs-Elysées, but it is also less crowded and you will not have to stand in line to buy your macaroons.
There are of course many bookshops in this very literary district. Among them, we recommend you to go to L'Ecume des Pages. Specialising in French literature, the bookshop is extremely well stocked and very popular with the inhabitants of the district. La Hune is also a must-see address because it is rooted in the history of the district. Created in 1949, La Hune offers a wide choice in the fields of literature, humanities and fine arts. The uncluttered atmosphere is sure to seduce you and the team is generally good advice.
PIERRE HERMÉ :
Behind the counter, the baristi work according to the rules of the art, supported by the best equipment. Whether you prefer espresso, iced cappucino, latte macchiato or mocha coffee, you are sure to find what you are looking for.
And then, you can treat yourself to one of Pierre Hermé's emblematic pastries (Ispahan, 2000 Feuilles or Tarte Infiniment Vanille), a Viennese pastry (Pain au Chocolat & Pistache, Kouign-Amann or Croissant Infiniment Citron) or macaroons such as Mogador (Chocolat au Lait & Fruit de la Passion) and Céleste (Fruit de la Passion, Rhubarb & Strawberry).