The Blanc Manteau Apartment is a luxurious two bedroom Paris apartment that can accommodate five guests. Located in the fashionable Marais district this apartment is ideal for business or leisure travellers after stylish accommodation in the heart of the city.Blanc Manteau
This apartment is located on the 2nd floor of a historic Parisian building recently renovated to the highest standards. The apartment combines the modern with the traditional to create a unique and welcoming space. The living room retains its original charm with exposed wooden ceiling beams, plaster walls and hardwood floors and this is juxtaposed with modern furnishings and fixtures such as a comfortable sofa bed and the latest in audio visual equipment. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything required to prepare delicious meals in the apartment with locally sourced ingredients. The apartment features two stylish bedrooms both of which contain double beds. There are two luxurious bathrooms with a shower, bath, sink and toilet.
Located in the stylish Marais district, this apartment is ideal for those after luxurious accommodation in the centre of Paris.
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Blanc Manteau Location
This apartment is located on rue des Blancs Manteaux in the Marais district of Paris. The street is a typical street for the district filled with beautiful architecture home to apartments, shops and cafes. Right outside the door you will find fantastic and often budget friendly shopping on rue de Rivoli and other streets in the district are filled with unique boutiques and trendy places to get food or a drink. The Marais itself is a charming medieval district home to some of the most stunning buildings in the city. Today many of the grand residences from the 17th century have been converted into hotels, including Hôtel de Sens, the Hôtel de Sully and the Hôtel Carnavalet. From the apartment it is possible to walk to many sights including Les Halles, the Louvre and Notre Dame. The area is also very well serviced by public transport making it easy to get around the city and see everything you could possibly want to.
Just a few minutes walk to the west lies the famous Pompidou Centre. Known by many as the ‘inside-out building’ due to its exterior escalators and brightly coloured tubes and mechanics, it is the largest museum for modern art in Europe. Named after the 1970s French President Georges Pompidou who commissioned the building and opened in 1977 it has welcomed in excess of 150 million visitors. James Bond fanatics will appreciate the building was used as a filming location in the 1979 film Moonraker where it doubled as parts of arch-villain Hugo Drax’s space station.
City area: 03ème arrondissement