paris, 4 rue hautefeuille
6° arrondissement - latin district
Just renovated, our "studio" in the hearth of the latin district is large, romantic, comfortable and quiet.
Located in a lovely small street in St. Germain, the 18th century building is ancient and charming, close to the shops and the famous clubs of the district; it is also very close to the Metro/RER St. Michel and to the main transport lines. All the major attractions are at "walking distance" from us.
You'll find our flat on the 3rd floor: it is fully equipped with a kitchen, a very comfortable sofa bed and an armchair bed.
independent "studio" (30 sqm)
up to three people
bed linen and towels
full bathroom with shower
body care products
90 up to 120 euros per night
depends on low / high season
special fares for long stays (> 6 nights)
check in from 14:00, check out up to 12:00
... and our tips on neighborhood
THE LATIN DISTRICT
If you had to choose the most classically Parisian neighborhood, this would be it.
In the heart of bohemian Paris, the Latin Quarter is the place where history of art and literature was created. It is the University district, where you can find genteel blocks lined with upscale art galleries, storied cafés, designer boutiques, atmospheric restaurants, and a fine selection of museums.
WHERE WE ARE - 4, rue hautefeuille
the LATIN DISTRICT
In the heart of bohemian Paris, the Latin Quarter is the place where history of art and literature was created. It is the University district, where you can find the most trendy and chic cafes, bistros, restaurants and shops!
St. GERMAIN DES PRES
Located in the popular Saint Germain-des-Pres area, the Abbey is one of the oldest churches in Paris with parts of the church dating back to Roman times.
The Abbey is a mix of different architectural styles due to its long history of renovations but has the familiar cavernous sanctuary and soaring arches as well as beautiful wall frescoes and some amazing trompe l’oeil. You will notice the the “mason work” is really painted outlines to look like stone.
This Catholic treasure is over 800 years old. It is located on a small island called the Ile de la Cite in the middle of river Seine. The Notre Dame Cathedral with its sculptures and stained glass windows show the heavy influence of naturalism, unlike that of earlier Romanesque architecture. It was one of the very first Gothic cathedrals, and its construction took place throughout the Gothic period. It is now one of the most prominent cathedrals in France and one of the oldest ones too.
The expansive gardens and overlooking Senate belong to the Luxembourg Palace, and are a respite from busy Paris. Situated on the border between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter, the Luxembourg Gardens, inspired by the Boboli Gardens in Florence, were created upon the initiative of Queen Marie de Medici in 1612.
Stroll along the perfectly manicured lawns and flowers or sail a toy boat across the pond. If you’re lucky, you might catch a weekend jazz concert under the pavilion.
our guests said....
from Cali - Colombia
The apartment is great!! The place is just like home with everything you can possibly need. Cristina was the most kind with us and surely when me and my wife come back to Paris, we would love to stay there again.
from Grand Rapids - Michigan
Cristina's apartment is the perfect respite from a day of exploring the Latin Quarter and other Paris sites. Very close to metro and lots of restaurants to chose from. Great way to experience what it's like to live in a little flat in Paris. Would stay again.
from New York - USA
What a wonderful place to stay in Paris! I arrived to a sparkling clean place, with all the necessities. If you are looking for a sparkling clean, cozy, truly Parisian place to stay, don't look any further. I would highly recommend. Thank you for a great stay!
from London - UK
We had an amazing time in Paris - the flat is located in a superb location in terms of walkability; it is very quiet and private, clean, and very nicely decorated. Cristina was an amazing host, and I would happily seek this flat again for my next trip to Paris.