Drawing up to the baroque, cornflower blue street door on cosmopolitan Rue Rambuteau you’ll already begin to feel like a local. Take the elevator to the third floor and you’re home.
This splendid one bedroom apartment is attractive and comfortable. The tasteful living and dining room has two grand windows overlooking the bustling rue below. The deep black sofa opens up into a double bed for unexpected sleepovers. The smart dining table in this room allows for up to four guests, although with an incredible local selection of critically recognized restaurants, this may not get much use.
More cornflower blue in the kitchen together with the kitsch floor tiles create a kind of cutesy 50’s Americana vibe. A lovely breakfast table for two is the ideal spot to plan your day over pain au chocolat and café au lait.
The lovely bedroom has two more big beautiful windows with floor length drapes. It has a comfortable queen size double bed and a Mediterranean tiled ensuite.
Here in Paris’ 4th Arrondissement you’re expertly placed to explore the city on foot whether visiting for the first time or a bit of a regular, locals agree that this location is outstanding. The colourful market streets of vibrant Marais are alive with florists, fromageries, boucheries and boulangeries. After hours popular squares Les Halles and Le Sentier pull crowds, and boho caves and bistros keep locals fed and watered into the early hours.
You’re also minutes away from some of our favourite restaurants on La Rive Droite. Pirouette a gastronomic bistro a few streets away opened in 2012 and is receiving great press for its top quality food at great prices, extensive wine list and unfussy atmosphere.
For fans of Indian food, MG Road is a must. With Londoner and celebrated chef Manoj Sharma leading the kitchen, this contemporary spin on the cafes of Bombay in the late 19th Century is popular with foodies for its seasonal menu.
Hidden behind the Centre Pompidou, an icon of avant-garde brutalist architecture hosting the National Museum of Modern Art you’ll find peaceful Jardin Anne Frank. The small horse-chestnut tree at the entrance is a graft from the tree mentioned in her beloved diaries.