St Louis 46
Full property description
We are glad to welcome you to this fantastic apartment at Ile Saint Louis.
This place is one of the most famous and popular in Paris due to its unique atmosphere, which is giving you a feeling of staying in a small french town being in a heart of the capital at the same time.
The place lovely and comfortable, as it is equipped with everything you may need for a comfort stay, furnished and designed at the high level. It is perfect for the family of 4 people or 2 couples.
As an advantage, you will stay in 5min from all the main sightseeing places of the city: Saint Germain, Hôtel de ville, Marais, Louvre, Notre Dame de Paris and many others.
We wish you a pleasant stay.
Berthillon ice cream: The only true Berthillon can be found in the few small blocks that make up the Île Saint-Louis. This delicious ice cream has rich colors and equally intense flavors. It comes in myriad flavours, but the dark chocolate (chocolat noir) and mango (mangue) flavors are incredible. For true authenticity, try this treat at 29-31, rue St Louis-en-l'Île, 01 43 54 31 61, where it was born.
Boutique shopping: The island's main street, rue de Saint-Louis-en-l’Île, features specialty boutiques and shops. Although they can be both trendy and overpriced, this is still an ideal spot for discovering unique souvenirs. There is an upscale toy store, a shop devoted to hand-crafted puppets, a chocolate shop, a couple of gourmet shops, art galleries and more.
Performers at Pont Saint-Louis: The small bridge that connects Île Saint-Louis with Île de la Cité is a popular spot for street performers, be it jazz bands, jugglers or mimes. Relax and enjoy the show with your Berthillon ice cream.
St-Louis-en-l'Île Church: Started in 1664 and completed in 1726, this atmospheric baroque church invites with a vast, stunning wooden door decorated with angels. Inside, it is surprisingly impressive and immense. 19 rue St-Louis-en-L’Île.
A great meal: There is an amazingly high number of restaurants considering the tiny size of this island. There are several concentrated near Pont Saint-Louis, and all are good. While some of the restaurants are upscale and expensive, there are a couple lower-priced eateries here that are fabulous. I've never had a bad meal on the island. Try Au Caveau de l’Isle, 36 St-Louis-en-L’Île for traditional cooking or the bistro Mon Vieil Ami at 69 St-Louis-en-L’Île.
A drink at Au Franc Pinot cabaret: This has been a popular watering hole since the 17th century, and remains so to this day. Pleasantly not a tourist trap, this bar oozes with the French laissez-faire attitude. It's located at 1, quai de Bourbon, just near the intersection with Pont Marie.
Fully equipped and furnished:
All ustencils, kitchen waves, machines and linens are included and provided upon arrival.
1 double sofa bed
2 single sofa bed
maximum 2 adults and 2 children
1 kitchen corner
1 shower room+ WC
P.S. There is 2 sofa beds: 1 for the parents, 1 for children.