Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby Ramesh from Manaus-Brazil
Perfect Location - well equipped flat :)Posted Oct 10, 2013
Pros: Location, kitchen/washing machine
Cons: The building limits the flat to make any improvements.
Location: EVERYTHING! Notre Dame and the Seine River are a step away, and the place is literally surrounded by restaurants.
Right in the heart of the 5th Arrondissement, about 5 minutes walking from: mini-supermarket, underground/metro, River Seine, Notre Dame, Pharmacy, and surrounded by a ton of restaurants. In other words: PERFECT location for anyone who spends the day out enjoying everything Paris (and more) has to offer. I stayed with my wife and 2 adolescent/youths (16 + 18), and the four of us got by just fine, though it is not a spacy flat. It is well equipped: washing machine, ironing, microwave, stove, mini-oven, fridge, and all the necessary/basic kitchen utensils to cook, and dishes/cutlery to eat. Of course, a cork-screw (absolute must in France) is also there. The bathroom is clean, and the water runs hot. Wi-fi also works - request the code from the owner/employee. The sofa-bed and the upper loft-bed equals two queen-sized beds, so more that 4 people is not possible. The building has a tiny crooked staircase, that could present problems for anyone that has physical limitations with stairs, or if you need to lug up/down large suitcases. However, we found that whatever cons there are, the pros far outmatch them, and we had a fabulous stay for a week in Paris, visiting Versailles, and even using the Eurostar to make a day-trip to London, without needing to make a suitcase and changing hotels to visit England: VERY convenient! If you are carefree and not fussy, requiring a maid to wash up your dishes, clean your room or make your beds, this is just the best deal in Paris!
for Familiesby Jason from Ontario
Excellent value and neat experience.Posted Jul 19, 2013
Pros: Location (very cool spot in the heart of the Latin Quarter).
Cons: Location (no quiet until 3am).
Location: Excellent if you are a sound sleeper.
For a family of 4 with few needs it was a relatively inexpensive, small apartment in a very lively location of Paris. It was close to everything. My son loved it. We would sit and look out the window at night and people watch until the wee hours.
for Everyoneby Mark from Sydney
Fantastic place to stay, brilliant locationPosted Mar 4, 2013
Pros: The location is fantastic.
Cons: This is not a hotel, so no concierge.
Location: In the heart of the Latin Quarter, restaurants at your door.
Not a hotel, an apartment. Situated in the hustle and bustle of the Quartier Latin, you only have to step out of the front door to be in the thick of Paris nightlife. A 2 minute stroll to the Seine and Notre Dame. The unit easily fit my family (4 persons), will all the required conveniences. Pascal is just a phone call away and is very accommodating.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Upstate NY
Cozy but noisyPosted Dec 2, 2011
Location: This is a good area if you enjoy night life and/or are used to noisy city. If you do not then try Arrondissement 6 or 7
This cozy apartment is very convenient to all the tourist attractions. It is located on a small street lined with restaurants, cafes and brasseries, plus a couple of night clubs. The area is always busy; the dinner/club crowd are going until 3AM and the delivery trucks start around 6AM. Even with the windows closed the noise is a problem because everything echos in the narrow streets. We adapted by taking a late afternoon nap during the lull in between lunch and dinner crowds. The apartment is about 300 sqft and is nicely set up with kitchenette, bathroom, loft and sofa bed. Having a kitchenette was good because we were able to shop at the nearby bakery for breakfast and get late night pizza from across the street. The market in front of St Severin church is closed but we found another on Rue Lagrange and Rue des Anglais.