This superb Parisian apartment near Beaubourg cultivates a soothing harmony between the engravings and Asian prints, and a floor covered with terracotta tiles, uncommon trait in Paris. These hexagonal tiles give the apartment a nature and rustic touch that echoes the alternating simplicity and soothness of the refined Chinese and Japanese paintings that are found in every room.
To the left of the entrance is the living area, both living and dining room. Between the two windows that give this room a beautiful lighting, a nice piece of furniture in white and black marquetry attracts the eye, just like the elegant wooden table situated in the dining area.
From the living room there is access to the spacious separate kitchen, fully equipped. Finally, at the end of the living room, the first bedroom of this Parisian apartment near Beaubourg is found, a true and discreet opulence.
To the right of the entrance, a corridor gives access to the two bathrooms, one equipped with a bathtub and the other with a shower cubicle. At the end of the corridor, decorated with Chinese-style xylographies you will stumble upon the second bedroom that has a charm of its own, thanks to the vintage hexagonal tiles on the floor and to the refined details such as the traveling trunk that serves as a night table.
THE BEDDING AND BATHROOMS
This Parisian apartment near Beaubourg consists of:
1 bedroom with a Queen size bed (160 x 200);
1 bedroom with two adjustable single beds (2 x 80 x 200 or 160 x 200);
1 double sofa bed (160 x 200) located in the living room;
1 independent bathroom with toilet included;
1 independent shower room with toilet included.
The district of this Parisian apartment near Beaubourg abounds in unavoidable historical monuments and good addresses to be discovered. Within the walls of the Hotel de Saint-Aignan, the Jewish Museum of Art and History possesses a rich collection of objects of worship, works of art objects of everyday life to better know and understand this diverse and multi-millennial culture.
The cloister and the church of Les Billettes exist since 1294. The present-day rock-style building, completed in 1758, is the work of Jacques Hardouin-Mansart de Sagonne. Since 1808, the building houses the Lutheran Church of the Billettes. The cloister hosts exhibitions of contemporary art.
Not far from this Parisian apartment near Beaubourg, on rue Charlot, the Galerie Tornabuoni recently opened its first location outside of Italy, in a former mansion of the 17th century. It is a miniature museum, dedicated amongst others to the masterpieces of 20th-century Italian art. The gallery also has a bookshop and a café.
The Marais would not be the Marais without its shops at the forefront of fashion. Coming from Korea, the Tom Greyhound boutique brings together the most fashionable designer clothes and accessories to satisfy demanding customers.
The Black Rainbow store offers a selection of the latest models of shoes, clothes and accessories of heavyweight streetwear. It is the address of choice of the discerning customer looking for a rare model of Puma or Nike, or books and lithographs that celebrate street art.
A temple of a futuristic and uncompromising Japanese fashion, the boutique Comme des Garçons BLACK offers, as its name suggests, the black range of the brand. Recommended for a shopping experience out of the ordinary.
If this stroll has put you in an appetite, you will find without difficulty what to eat near this Parisian apartment near Beaubourg. Breakfast is served at the Strada Café, where you can enjoy a real barista coffee accompanied by pastries or an omelet in the rules of art. You can also stop by lunchtime for a fresh sandwich.
Chez Glou, we look for quality ingredients produced in the interest of sustainable development and respect for the environment. The menu offers dishes to satisfy a "small hunger" or a "great hunger", as well as planks of charcuterie and cheeses to be shared.
To finish the evening around a saké tasting, the Japanese restaurant SÖMA offers a demanding cuisine. Beef wagyu, sautéed shellfish with garlic and saké: the dishes know how to combine simplicity and refinement for an exotic experience