The "Propriété Royale" located on rue St Paul is one of the nicest 2 bedroom apartment you can find in Le Marais area.
It gathers many advantages for the tourist traveller in terms of location and comfort.
This 66sq mt apartment is located on the first floor of a very nice and well maintained building, and has been completely renovated in 2001. It is nearby all facilities including metro, church, cafés, bakeries, and restaurants...
Features of the apartment include sleeping comfortably up to six guests, two in one bedroom's queen size bed, two in two single beds in the second bedroom, and 2 two more in the luxurious hide-a-bed sofa (queen size and very comfortable). Stereo, TV, VCR, dining table, linen cupboard, and telephone are also featured.
Cozily decorated, it features real beams and a tomette tile floor.
The kitchen has an electric stove, multifunction microwave oven, refrigerator with freezer, electric coffeepot, dishes, cutlery, and washer/dryer machine. The full bathroom has a bath, one sink, linen with cupboard and separate toilets which also have a sink. (The toilet sink is very useful for the morning wash when 4 or more people are staying at the apartment.)
Available services include: free local telephone, free cleaning service. All charges included in the rate: electricity, heat, and taxes.. A 24 hour hot-line for needed assistance, mobile phone rental, reservations services, and travel services are also available. The apartment is very close to Hotel de Ville, Notre Dame, Bastille, Ile St Louis, the Place des Vosges, and a few minutes away from most of Paris' center places by subway.
Located in downtown Paris, Le Marais was originally reclaimed to provide building space for the Right Bank. Nearby, the famous Place des Vosges was built by Henri IV at the beginning of the 17th century. The area is now the city's center of fashionable living. Architects and sculptors designed elegant mansions and hétel particuliers with large courtyards and rear gardens during the 17th century. Now the Marais has been declared a historic neighborhood, and you can now find trendy boutiques, cafés, and museums in the district. The area's narrow streets, nevertheless, retain the stamp of a medieval village.