If you have been following along on the blog or Instagram you may have seen photos of this apartment. Searching for an apartment in Paris can be a tough task. I have certain requirements as I will be living and working in this space. There are SO many apartments to choose from but finding the right one is like that little black dress that fits just right. When I found this apartment from La Belle Address I knew this was the one.
The apartment was situated in the Upper Marais close to Marché Enfants Rouge. There are also cafés out on the corners which meant coffee was just a few steps outside my door. There were plenty of grocery stores and specialty stores including Greek, Italian, and Morrocan food. Late night snacking or happy hours were easy to find.
The light that flooded the apartment on both ends was so beautiful. I loved keeping the windows open and turning on jazz music or listening to the noise from the street. The apartment was easy to entertain too. I had friends over the first weekend I arrived because when you have a space this beautiful you want to share.
The views outside the window were just breathtaking. Afternoon work breaks with this view were perfect.
The apartment was complete with all the cooking supplies I needed and a coffee machine. I didn't have to go far to make my first cup in the morning. There were a few boulangeries just steps from the apartment so I had my choice of croissants. One, in particular, had warm ones right out of the oven almost every time I stopped by. I would step on the street and take the first bite while the woman watched me from the window. We both smiled across the way knowing I had hit the jackpot when it comes to croissants. Don't worry I will be spilling my favorite croissants soon in a future post. (Print Available in The Shop Here)
Every detail was carefully thought out when putting together this apartment and it felt like home the first day. I quickly settled in and never wanted to leave. When I mentioned the apartment to my friend Carolina (lucky for me she is a talented photographer) I asked if she would capture a few photographs of me in the space. She was happy to honor my request and these are memories I will always cherish.
When you have a view this view from the bed you never want to leave. I am typically an early riser but I wanted to always stay put right here.
I even had a pink bathroom!
The day I handed back the keys was such a sad day... I wish I could have stayed in this apartment longer. I am lucky to have these memories and photos until the next time I am in Paris. A place like this should be shared. The apartment was rented through La Belle Address and they have other options if you need a larger space. When it comes to rentals I have had 8 apartments in Paris and this one was a favorite for sure. While I normally rent through Airbnb this one worked out perfectly for me. Cleanliness and communication were excellent and I really felt like home which is so important for me when finding a place to live and work in Paris.
This place is perfect for a single traveler or a small family. There are pocket doors on the bedroom and a pull-out couch in the main room for privacy or guests.
To contact for booking inquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell him I sent you!
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Photos of me were taken by the talented Carolina Caruso