13 m² bedroom in a 56 m² flat, near 18 th district city office, between Montmartre & Clignancourt flea Market, famous for antiques. Wifi, TV, bathroom, kitchen. You'll sleep japanese style on Tatami and futon.
Access to metro station 4 min
An Asian room with 13 m² with tatami & futon in a 56 m² flat on 2nd floor in a nice area. Good atmosphere of this room with incense, candles, Indian music instruments. A peaceful space for time out. There is a pleasant small open air balcony to sit and eat or chat.
Disponible para huéspedes
Entire apartment except my room. Bathroom, kitchen and living room to watch movies, and have a look at a nice aquarium.
Otros aspectos destacables
I can help you to organize your visit and booking museum ticket if you need it.
All tourist places close by (Sacré-Coeur, Dali Museum, Montmartre cemetery, Moulin Rouge, Halle Saint-Pierre…).
From Sacré-Coeur, you have a really nice view of Paris (since Montmartre is on a hill, you can see almost all of Paris) and at sunset it’s amazing. In the Parc of Sacré-Coeur you can have a picnic. There are also several other parks / squares in Montmartre (The Clos Montmartre Vinyard, …).
All kind of shops nearby (2 minutes away) supermarkets, bakeries, cafés, bars, all kind of restaurants, shopping stores.
The metro will take you around 15 minutes to reach the Louvre, Opéra, Chatelet, Jardin des Plantes, Musée d'Histoire Naturelle, Great Mosque of Paris.
If you like to travel and you are respectful of being a guest in my home, you are free to come and go as you please. I work but I'm happy to socialize if you would like to.
Take off your shoes to come in please. Tatami is made of rice straw.
No food and drink in the tatami room, the kitchen is a nice place to take breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Hope to share some time with you. We can cook, talk and go out together if you want to.
I practice shiatsu. ( energetic Japanese therapy), if you want to try it.
I like jazz music and Indian classical music.
Je suis heureux d'ouvrir ma maison aux voyageurs.
Paris, une ville pleine de surprises. Je découvre grâce à vos visites de nouvelles perceptions, de nouveaux endroits, de nouveaux aspects.
L'expérience essentielle pour apprendre la culture d'un pays est pour moi lié à l'accueil que nous réserve le pays, et les personnes que l'on rencontre. Cette hospitalité que j'ai reçu en Inde par exemple, j'essaie de la retranscrire un peu à chacune de vos visites.
Musique indienne, cinéma en tout genre, peu de lecture, un attrait pour l'escalade, le shiatsu.