- Weekly Rate
- 975.00 €
- 18th district
PARIS – 18th district
Attractions in the 18th district include Sacré-Cœur, Moulin Rouge, Montmartre, Pigalle, Rue des Abbesses, place du Tertre and much more.
Ideally situated in one of the most historic sections of Paris, MONTMARTRE lies in the 18th Arrondissement.
As you stroll through the park-like settings & streets you'll soon discover the same kind of magic that captured the hearts of artists like Picasso, Toulouse Lautrec, Monet and Van Gogh. Esteemed photographers like Nadar, Cartier Bresson & Jacques Henry Lartigue also called this area home once upon a time.
Charming street vendors abound as well as notable restaurants, pastry, gourmet & other magnificent shops and galleries. Each twist & turn down a tiny cobbled street will lead to one piece of history after another.
Montmartre's fabled Moulin Rouge, Sacre Coeur, La Place du Tertre and La Place des Abbesses are all within walking distance.
You'll feel right at home at MONTMARTRE apartment. The building, secured by digicode, will keep you safe in your home away from home. The apartment has a fully equipped kitchen with everything you'd ever need to create a culinary masterpiece. The bedroom comes with an oversized double bed promising comfortable rest. The décor was overseen by an art and antique dealer and it shows beautifully.
With ample space and all the comforts, Montmartre is the perfect setting for your stay in the City of Light. For those of you who might consider a longer stay in Paris, this is an ideal setting for children as well.
Please Note: a 15% Concierge Fee will be automatically added to the daily rate of bookings of 4 days or less.
- Equipped Kitchen
- Coffee Machine
- CD Player
- DVD Player
Laundry & Linen
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
Internet & Computers
- Air Conditioning
- Safe Box
On an all-inclusive weekly basis, Montmartre rents for 975.00 €.
Please note that this apartment is available to rent for stays of 3 nights minimum. The 3 nights minimum stay duration is specific to this apartment and overrides our usual minimum stay policy as outlined below.
For stays up to 4 nights, concierge fees of 15% apply
For stays of 5 nights and longer, concierge fees of 15% are waived
Minimum Stay Policy
We have a minimum stay policy of 3 nights. You are welcome to stay less than 3 nights but please note that you will be invoiced on a 3-night basis.
For the Christmas and New Year season (Dec 22nd-Jan 2nd), the minimum stay is 4 nights. Shorter stays are welcome, but will be invoiced on a 4-night basis.
If you wish to know the exact rental amount for your specific stay please use our "Calendar and online reservations" tool below to search for availabilities and rates.
The 18th arrondissement is one of the most historically interesting quarters of Paris. Turn left on leaving the apartment & you arrive in rue LEPIC known all over Paris for its street merchants. The Montmartre area, with its narrow winding streets, colourful street markets & rich collection of cafés & restaurants is a delight to the senses. Home of the Moulin Rouge, Sacre Coeur & the former residences of Picasso, Pissarro & an entire generation of French and expatriate artists, Montmartre has retained it's unique village character.
Turn right on rue LEPIC & after a 15mn walk you'll reach the elegant Palais Garnier Opera House, designed as part of the great Parisian reconstruction of the Second French Empire instigated by Emperor Napoleon III, & completed in 1875. The Opera House now features ballet & other concerts & has guided tours for visitors.
Within a few minutes walk of the Opera House are the quintessentially Parisian department stores, Galleries Lafayette & Le Printemps, with their colorful domed interiors & unrivaled selection of clothing & accessories.
Cultural attractions of the quarter also include three jewel-like museums: the Musée de Montmartre, which once housed the studios of Renoir & Suzanne Valadon; the Musée Gustav Moreau, the home & studio of the influential symbolist French painter; & the Musée de la Vie Romantique, with its attractive terrace & collection of the belongings of George Sand, the celebrated 19th century writer.
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- August 2015 – January 2016