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Appartement Blanc

Marais-Oberkampf, Paris, France


  • Dining: The apartment has a well-equipped kitchenette with 2 hobs, a fridge-freezer, a Nespresso coffee machine (with capsules) and a kettle. You're well-located for the local markets and restaurants
  • Communal areas: There is a large open-plan living room housing a sofa, a dining table and the kitchenette, as well as a small terrace overlooking a residental courtyard
  • Housekeeping: Washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Internet Access: WiFi throughout
  • Swimming Pool: None
  • Spa Treatments: None
  • Recreational: A selection of books are dotted around the apartment
  • Weddings and Celebrations: Not suitable
  • Meetings/Functions: Not suitable
  • Disabled Access: None
  • Pets: Welcome by prior arrangement
  • Languages Spoken: English, French, Spanish, German

When to go?

Paris is wonderful all year round. A good time to come is August when the locals leave and the city is relatively empty; the sales are on in January. And, of course, Paris is the perfect destination for a romantic spring-time break.

Author's tips

Tear yourself out of bed early to take advantage of the amazing boulangeries nearby. We loved starting the day in the apartment with fresh pastries (still warm from the oven) and morning coffees from the Nespresso machine.

Features include:

  • Walk to restaurants (offsite)
  • Terrace
  • Guest lounge
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer
  • WIFI internet
  • Books
  • Pets welcome by arrangement
Save to favouritesPrintMailAppartement BlancThere is much to praise about this quirky, comfortable bolthole and those looking for a simple pad in a cool location will be very happy here. You’re in the youthful 11th arrondissement, with the Place de la République at one end of the street and the Bastille at the other. There’s a varied assortment of independent bistros, bars and boulangeries around here, and we found it a real joy to stock up on cheese and wine before utilising the kitchen and munching down like the locals do. Set in a traditional 18th-century apartment block (smart but not overly grand), the apartment is insulated from the street noise by a cobbled courtyard, giving that rarest of Parisian commodities: a peaceful night’s sleep. Indoors it’s airy and uplifting in a simple way. Walls and parquet floors are painted various shades of white, and natural light pours in through the Parisian floor-to-ceiling windows. If it’s a sunny day you can even open the master bedroom doors onto your private terrace. There’s also a big comfy sofa, a TV and some books in the sitting room: perfect for relaxing before an evening on the town. But the biggest prize you get here is space with no one to bother you!

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