Este apartamento está en la margen derecha del Sena, en el 4.º distrito de París, a pocos metros de la Place des Vosges, en el histórico barrio de Le Marais. Es una zona muy animada y llena de comercios. El apartamento está a menos de 100 metros de la estación de metro de Saint-Paul. En menos de cinco minutos, se puede estar paseando por la Place des Vosges, la Île Saint-Louis, la catedral de Notre Dame o la Bastilla.
Le Marais está lleno de tiendas y restaurantes. El apartamento se encuentra justo enfrente de la famosa iglesia de Saint-Paul, construida por encargo de Luis XIII en 1641. Esta iglesia es uno de los ejemplos más antiguos de arquitectura jesuítica de París.
El apartamento tiene la siguiente disposición :
En la habitación principal, un sofá-cama doble, muy cómoda, una cocina totalmente equipada, una sala de ducha con WC.
Arrival and departure conditions
If the Tenant wishes to enter the accommodation before midday, this must be arranged on case by case basis on the day of arrival in Paris and is subject to an additional charge of 30€.
Arrival: between midday and 8pm, no additional charge.
Arrival: between 8pm and midnight, +50.00 €
Arrival: after midnight, +70.00 €
Departure: before midday.
It is possible to stay later if the accommodation is available with an additional charge of 15€ per extra hour. Should the Tenant wish to remain in the accommodation, he/she must inform the Landlord or WELCOMEPARIS S.A.S, thereof 12 hours before the scheduled departure
48 hours before arrival, the tenant must inform the Landlord of the arrival time by email at the following address: (EMAIL HIDDEN)
1 hour before arrival, the Tenant must inform the Landlord of his/her arrival and MUST telephone: +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)ant’s obligations
The Tenant shall:
-Pay the rent,
-Use the accommodation peacefully and for the purpose specified in the rental contract,
-Not carry out any commercial activity,
-Take care of damages and loss occurring during his/her stay in the accommodation of which he/she has exclusive use, unless he/she can prove they were caused by force majeure, the fault of the Landlord or a third party that he/she did not allow to enter the premises,
-Allow all necessary improvement, maintenance and servicing work to be carried out in the communal parts of the building or even within the rented accommodation,
-Make no changes to rented premises or equipment thereof without the Landlord’s written agreement, if his/her agreement is not sought, the Landlord may, on the Tenant’s departure, require the Tenant to return the premises to their original condition or alternatively retain the changes without the Tenant having any right to request payment therefor,
-In any case, the Landlord has the right to require the Tenant, at his/her own expense, to return the premises to their original condition if the changes made constitute a hazard to the correct functioning of equipment or the security of the rental accommodation,
-Not re-assign the contract or sublet the accommodation
-Respect, where applicable, building regulations and building procedure rules,
-Not smoke in the apartment,
-Not have a pet (pets are prohibited).
The Landlord shall :
-Hand the accommodation over to the Tenant in good condition and state of repair, with all equipment mentioned in the contract functioning correctly,
-Keep the premises in a condition suitable for the purpose stated in the contract and carry out all repairs not the responsibility of the tenant required for the upkeep and maintenance of the leased premised,
-Issue the Tenant a receipt free of charge,
-Ensure the tenant can use the premises peacefully,
-Ensure the premises comply with suitable living and comfort standards.
It is 17 years since Jean-Pierre left his native region to "climb" to Paris and work in the kitchen under the direction of several great chefs. After an initial break in Latin America, he decided to leave permanently for the United States in 1998 to seek the American dream. He quickly became noticed in the Francophone community in the "Bay Area" in San Francisco and became "Your French Chef at Home" for the California jet-set. But the country's call was heard! In 2000, he returned to Paris to invest in real estate, the company RentParis ... and refine his knowledge of good restaurants, with or without a star!