Stay at FDC, this modern Parisian 2br apartment located in the trendy area of Le Marais. Designed and furnished by an interior designer, FDC offers a beautiful ambiance with all the modern amenities you could need for a comfortable Parisian experience. FDC can comfortably accommodate up to 5 guests across 2 bedrooms and a convertible sofa bed in the living room.
Step into FDC's spacious living room and relax with a drink with your guests. The living room features a beautiful fireplace with a grand mirror and antique moldings framing the walls and ceilings. On the otherside of the living room is the dining area with a large wooden table that can seat up to 6 guests comfortably. The master bedroom also has a charming fireplace and the aparment has a fully equipped, separate kitchen, bathroom and a separate toilet. FDC has both heating and air conditioning which is a rarity in Paris.
Step outside of FDC and find yourself just a 1 min walk from the metro station Filles du Calvaire and just a 10 min walk to the center of Le Marais. FDC is also close by many trendy and popular restaurants, cafes, bars and cool boutiques shops.
Book your next Parisian getaway today and stay at FDC!
Description - Le Marais
The Marais is a central district of Paris between Bastille, République and Hôtel de Ville which covers the 1st, 3rd, 4th and 10th arrondissements. It is both a historic district that is home to many old buildings, and one of the most eclectic in the fields of art and fashion, among others.
It is typically Parisian to get lost in the cobbled streets where you can admire the medieval architecture, go shopping, visit museums or eat falafels in the traditional Jewish sector. The Marais is also known as the LGBT community district of the capital.
Among fashionistas and tourists, you will discover beautiful places like the Place des Vosges or the Swedish Cultural Institute. The Marais is full of restaurants, bars and gourmet groceries. Art lovers should visit the Centre Pompidou Contemporary Art Museum, the Musée Carnavalet or the Picasso Museum, while strolling through countless art galleries.