Very authentic and quiet apartment to rent in Paris from where you will greatly enjoy the city and all it has to offer. You will feel like you are living in a little French village while in the centre of the capital city.
We accept booking for less than 5 nights only if we are in last minute booking (arrival date in the next 15 days) or if your period fits well in the availability apartment calendar (+/- 2 nights).
One option is raised but still can be reserved
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The “Rue des Rosiers”, is a small, calm but lively street in the heart of the historic Marais; you will discover there a very picturesque and unexpected side of Paris. It is a real escape, a village within the capital. A few steps away from the Paris apartment rental you will find all the conveniences you could wish for: bakery, butchery, grocery and restaurants. The ones who enjoy the quirkier side of Paris will be enamoured with this part of the city. The principal tourist points are within walking distance: Picasso and Carnavalet museums, Pompidou centre, the Louvre, Notre-Dame and the neighbourhood is very safe by day and night.
In a 17th century building secured by an intercom and without a lift, this Paris apartment has the exceptional charm of old buildings: hexagonal tiles, wooden ceiling beams, stone walls etc. Very authentic and quiet apartment from where you will really enjoy Paris.
This apartment to rent in Paris has a large living room, equipped with a sofa bed, which allows two further people to sleep there, and a nice fireplace. The kitchen is open on this room and comes fully equipped. The bedroom has a double bed and lots of space to store your belongings. The bathroom is accessible from the bedroom and has a bathtub. The toilet is in here and is not separate. This apartment will perfectly suit a couple, with or without children, who want to enjoy the city and Le Marais from a quiet, nice and roomy Paris rental.
We just spent several wonderful days at 40 Rue des Rosiers with our toddler. The superb location, the cheerful din from the street below, and the comfortable amenities all made for a great stay. It isn't a fancy apartment, you won't be especially impressed with the decor, but it is casual and adequately furnished.
We stayed in this apartment for three nights in mid June 2011 and LOVED it. It was fantastic. The apartment can sleep five but is probably better for a couple with/without children. Two couples would be two much as the bathroom is quite small. Its on the first floor so easy to get to. Re. noise, yes it is a bit noisy but if you want quiet, don't choose to stay in the Marais. We have a one year old and it was perfect for us. There are lots of fantastic deli's and cafes close by. We are already planning our next trip!
We stayed at Rose 40 for 6 days in July 2010. The street is very lively which is a pro and a con.There are 2 flaffel shops directly across from each other who have "barkers" to lure customers to each.It can be a form of entertainment as you watch from the second floor windows, but it can be an annoyance if you expect it to be a lovely quiet Paris neighborhood experience. This apartment is fine for a couple but be aware if one of you hovers near 6 feet tall; the bedroom ceiling is VERY low because the owners have put in a loft...you can't stand up in it. The bed is directly on the floor so if you are not 100% agile it can pose some problems getting back up!. My greatest concern about this apartment is the bathtub. It is long, high and wonderful for soaking but very difficult to enter. You must enter from the rear and the tub slopes so not only do you have to step over a high tub but onto a slope. The is one grab bar but I held my breath entering and exiting. For anyone who is short, has any balance problems, etc. this is an accident waiting to happen. The apartment itself is nice and well equipped...except for a lack of glasses, especially wine glasses!! The washer worked wonderfully, just follow the instructions, but I was perplexed where one was expected to hang dry the cloths. It needs a cloths rack. I would definitely use parisaddress again, but maybe ask some more questions about each place.
Both the service provided by parisaddress and the appartment are excellent, and we will definitely go back to this agency. (We stayed there in June). The problem is noise : the rue des rosiers is not so quiet, because it is popular with tourists, and there are two trendy shops ("Eleven Paris" and "Lee") that play techno and rock music all day practically every day until 8 PM, right below the second floor appartment, while a group of young tenants also plays loud music anytime day or evening in the back (bedroom side). They live on the 4th floor but the space between buildings acts like an echo chamber, where you can hear everything. So that, to sum up : we will _definitely_ go back to Parisaddress, but do not recommend this otherwise nice and beautifully located place unless you can live with almost constant noise.
My husband and I stayed for a week in May. The apartment was all it appeared to be on the website (I spent weeks choosing) - cosy, close to all activity in this wonderful area. Perfect size for a couple, very homely and full of light and warmth during the day. The wireless connection was an added bonus as was the bathtub!
We will be using Paris Address again!
The apartment has an amazing location. As a Jewish family (2 adults, 1 small child) in Paris for Chanukah, it was ideal. We just crossed the street each day to buy Ponchkys from the amazing Jewish deli, Florence Finkelstajn. And of course, we had falafel at L'As Du Falafel. The apartment has amazing high ceilings and huge windows looking down onto the street. Rue des Rosiers is very quiet by night. We were only disturbed a few nights out of a 14 night stay by the upstairs neighbours who like their music loud. In general, the apartment is well priced and very warm and the kitchen is fine. The owner has lots of nice Japanese/ Chinese dinnerware which we enjoyed. The hot water in the bathroom was also very hot when we stayed but there turned out to be a problem with the water tank which Paris Address fixed as soon as we alerted them - that was causing the boiling water temperature. They also responded within hours to the gas canister running out re the cooker. The wireless connection was handy. The only real downside of the apartment was the lack of an oven (though they have a microwave) which prevented any major cooking and the landline phone which wont receive international calls (only in/ out local). Overall, you can't beat Rue des Rosiers as a location - we would stay in this apartment again without hesitation. Still miss Florence FInkelstajn's pastries!
I've stayed in this apartment with my husband and baby daughter for a week in October and we loved it.
The location is perfect, at the heart of the Marais, and just upstairs from "the best falafel in the world". There are many quaint shops, restaurants and cafés nearby, and there are many patisseries to choose from and a small supermarket nearby.
The street is quite busy, especially on weekends, when it becomes an exclusively pedestrian street, and can become a little bit noisy (but fine if you close the windows).
It is a short walking distance from the Beaubourg, Place des Vosges and Île-de-St.-Louis. You can also easily reach the Notre Dame and even the Quartier Latin if you feel up to a longer walk.
The apartment is very charming, at the first floor of an old building, and has a fully equipped kitchen and a washing machine.
There are only two very minor drawbacks to the place.
The first is that, theoretically, the apartment can accomodate four people. There is a bedroom with a double bed plus a double sofabed in the living room, which can accomodate two more people. But the apartment is best for just a couple, or maybe a couple and one or two children. This is because the bathroom can only be accessed through the bedroom and the bedroom has no door, so there isn't much privacy.
The other problem is that you must be really careful with the hot water in the taps, especially if you have children - it comes out literally boiling if you turn it on fully!
But these are minor problems and I will certainly go back to this apartment if I have the opportunity!