Paris, France: Video Tour of a Vacation Rental in Le Marais (rue Rambuteau)


New York Habitat Vacation Rental Visit Rue Rambuteau Le Marais – Paris, France Hello and welcome to our New York Habitat vacation rental video tour. Today we’re going to take you on a tour of a nice studio apartment at rue Rambuteau between the 3rd and 4th districts of Paris. This apartment is found in the very popular Marais a lively neighborhood filled with cafés and trendy boutiques. Walking through a small interior courtyard, you’ll come to an elevator which will take you up to this well kept studio found on the sixth and final floor. The door of the studio opens into a small, well-laid out kitchen. You’ll find all the necessary items for cooking, such as a refrigerator, a stove, and a microwave. To the left, the windows look out onto the small courtyard. Facing the kitchen, you’ll find a small bathroom with exposed stone walls. The bathroom has a sink, a cupboard, a mirror and a shower. As with most studio apartments, the living area will serve as both your living room and your bedroom. You’ll find a small table with two chairs, a wall mounted TV, a sofa bed, dresser drawers and a small stereo to listen to music. Wifi internet is also provided in this apartment. This cozy vacation rental is found in the heart of Paris. Let’s go out and explore the surrounding neighborhood. In exiting the building, you’ll find yourself in a dynamic and relaxed neighborhood, perfect for strolling and shopping. Heading up the rue des Francs Bourgeois, you’ll come to the beautiful Hôtel de Rohan, which dates back to 1705 and is currently the home of the National Archives. As you explore all the small streets, you’ll eventually come to rue du Trésor. This is a charming passageway lined with cafés and small boutiques. Heading down the rue de Rivoli, you’ll come to the “Bazar de l’Hôtel de Ville”, or “BHV” as the Parisians call it. This massive shopping center sells just about everything and can be found in front of the Hôtel de Ville. The majestic Hotel de Ville of Paris has been the location of the municipality of Paris since 1357. The square in front of the building is a social meeting place for both Parisians and tourists alike. A few streets further, in the middle of a small park, you can’t miss the imposing gothic tower of Saint Jacques. Raised in 1523, it’s the last remnant of a church destroyed after the French Revolution. Our last stop is the George Pompidou Center. A former president of France, George Pompidou decided to provide Paris with a museum of contemporary art. This colorful building, with it’s atypical style, opened to the public in 1977. Today, it is home to one of the largest art collections in the world. Don’t forget to visit our website at nyhabitat.com You’ll find many more great vacation rentals not only in the Marais, but all over Paris. It’s an authentic and economical way to experience the City of Light. Well, we’ve come to the end of our video tour. Thanks for joining us and we hope to see you soon in the capital of France.

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