A lovely one bedroom boutique apartment sleeps up to four people in the Enclos-St-Laurent area of Paris close to the popular Saint-Martin canal and Place de la Republique square.Hauteville II
The Hauteville II is a very inviting apartment which has been well-furnished to provide a comfortable short stay for leisure or business travellers. Perfectly finished with modern furniture and familiar amenities it is a place where up to four people can relax and unwind in during a short trip to Paris. The red theme in the living room gives it a lot of character making it feel bright, trendy and current. You’ll find a red sofa bed, red rug with a black coffee table over it and a round dining table with four black chairs. The kitchen is in a separate space but has an ‘island’ section which can be used as a bar area from the living room because of the open plan design. The kitchen is a modern glossy white with long black handles, a black work top and large black tiles on the floor. There is one double bedroom which has cheerful blue and yellow walls with a colourful painting above the bed. The bathroom is a well-maintained space with a double sink, large mirror and a high-tech shower unit.
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Hauteville II Location
Located in the Enclos-St-Laurent area, which is the 10th arrondissement of Paris, this stylish Paris accommodation enjoys a fantastic setting close to many centrally based attractions. This area has great public transport links with two of Paris’s six main railway stations being located here: the Gare du Nord and the Gare de l’Est. Nearby is the Canal Saint-Martin which links the north-eastern parts of Paris with the River Seine. One of the best ways to e 2 nj 1ffe oy Paris, especially at night time, is on a boat tour on this river that you can hop on near the Notre Dame of the Eiffel Tower and it only costs about 10 euros for 1-hour. The Place de la Republique is in the area too; it is a square that sits on the border of the 3rd, 10th and 11th arrondissements. A number of metro lines run through the area so you’re only a short ride away from some of Paris’s most famous attractions such as the Eifel Tower, the Notre Dame Cathedral and Des Champs-Elysees which is the most popular shopping and dining avenue.
City area: 10ème arrondissement