This charming Short stay rental near Chatelet is characterized by an elegant eclecticism and a delicate feminine touch, thanks to the paintings of Sophie Griotto.
One enters this Short stay rental near Chatelet by the living space, which brings together the living room and the dining room. To the right is the separate kitchen and the shower room. At the end, one accesses the two bedrooms, one of which has its ensuite bathroom.
The living room is an eclectic mix of old and new. Two paintings by the illustrator Sophie Griotto evoke the chic of the Parisian woman with transparencies of watercolor wash.
A magnificent mirror in marquetry frame of ebony color, perfectly matches the table in the dining room, surrounded by the Philippe Starck chairs. Above the table, a glass chandelier with glass charms multiplies the brightness. The Empire style of the mirror and the table correspond to the small commode in marquetry, this time in mahogany color, at the back of the room, between the doors that lead to the rooms. The living area has a comfortable sofa and two romantic shepherd chairs.
In the fully equipped kitchen, the decoration is to an efficient elegance and all contemporary, steel and birch.
We then go into the independent shower room, zen and functional, with a nice washbasin furniture in sandstone tiles and a small painting of a Japanese print representing a wave.
At the end of the apartment you will find two double bedrooms, decorated with taste in white and bronze tones. In the room on the left, a third painting by Sophie Griotto evokes the roofs of Paris.
In the bedroom on the right, there are two pretty night tables in mahogany, Louis XV style. On the reproduction of a genre picture facing the bed, a woman's character with thick black hair and a flamboyant red dress seems to defy our regard. This room has its own en-suite bathroom with bathtub.
THE BEDDING AND BATHROOMS
This Short stay rental near Chatelet consists of:
1 bedroom with two single adjustable beds (2 x 90 x 200 or 180 x 200);
1 bedroom with two single adjustable beds (2 x 80 x 200 or 160 x 200) and its en-suite bathroom with toilet;
1 double sofa bed (160 x 200) located in the living room;
1 independent shower room with toilet included.
We find ourselves, with this Short stay rental near Chatelet, in the West Marais, very close to the Hotel de Ville. The building hosts the City Hall of Paris since 1357. In 1533 begins the profound renovation of what was the "House of the Pillars". The construction of a magnificent Renaissance palace, was not completed until after the Wars of Religions in 1628.
A little further along the Seine, one arrives at the elegant Place du Châtelet, which hosts the Théâtre du Châtelet and the Théâtre de la Ville. The Théâtre du Châtelet's programming is full of surprises, operas, musicals, jazz,classical music concerts and dance.
Since its opening in 1912, it was one of the first silent cinemas in the capital, the Luminor has undergone many changes. Today, it is a nice art and experimental cinema, recently renovated, where one will go to take refuge during the time for a film.
The area of this Short stay rental near Chatelet is also famous for its many restaurants. The competition is severe and only the best are still there. Le Colimaçon, a bistronomic restaurant, proposes on rue Vieille du Temple an antique and modern cuisine with malice for a quality dinner that you will enjoy with pleasure.
A traffic jam from Lyon in Paris, you have to try: Les Mauvais Garçons (bad boys), which owes its name to the street in which it is located, and certainly not to the quality of its cuisine which is very good and worthy of the appetit of the population from Lyon.
Behind a beautiful blue mosaic façade dating back to 1932, Florence Khan’s Bakery offers delicious breads and cooked dishes. Bagels with poppy seeds, haloth and matzelech breads, gehackte fish and tcholent, all the flavors of Yiddish cuisine.
If a sudden urge for ice took you, nothing better than to go and satisfy it at Une Glace à Paris. The many perfumes range from the most classic (vanilla, strawberry, chocolate) to the most original (apricot whiskey). We also find in this small shop in a charming look: the iced cakes, vacherin, fraisier and Norwegian omelettes.
At the Wine Touch on Quincampoix street, the wine is tasted before being bought, in a carefully decorated setting. The wine list is specialized in French wines, and runs along in about twenty pages ... And since we are in the original wine cellars, we must mention La Belle Hortense, a wine cellar and bookshop where we taste Good grape varieties until two in the morning. The ilse shelves, whether of wine or books, are well supplied, and their content, chosen with discernment.
Rue des Franc-Bourgeois, a few steps from this Short stay rental near Chatelet, is a Repetto shop. Since 1947 Repetto has been making dance slippers and beauty slippers for the beauty and comfort of classic dancers, but there are also ballerinas, leather goods and a new line of clothing.