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St. Paul

Spacious 2-bedroom apartment in Marais district in Paris

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The St. Paul apartment is a spacious, bright, high-ceilinged apartment in a 19th century building in the center of the Marais district. The apartment has two bedrooms, one with a queen and one with a double bed. The large open-plan living room/dining room has lounging and dining space for up to six persons. The TV has some English channels. The living room couch can convert to a double sofa bed if needed. The kitchen is a bit small, but is equipped with everything needed. The bathroom has a shower. The WC (toilet) is in a small, separate room.

This neighborhood is especially interesting. The Rue des Rosiers, the heart of Paris's historic Jewish community, is directly across the street. On that street you'll find Jewish restaurants, bookshops, bakeries, falafel shops, and synagogues. Otherwise, the Marais is known for its old architecture, eclectic shops, and stylish eateries. The Notre Dame is about a 15-minute walk away. The St. Paul metro station is about 5 minutes away.

Note that the pictures were taken using a wide-angle lens, making the rooms appear larger than they are.

What's included

  • One week (or more) in a personally selected apartment in the heart of Paris.
  • Suggestions for booking your international flight from the U.S. to Paris, or we can purchase tickets on your behalf (See UnTours' air policies)
  • Transfer assistance by car service from the airport to your new UnTours home and back at the end of your stay.
  • 2-week UnTour: 5-day Paris Visite transit pass, which covers the city and will take you out to Versailles; 20 metro/bus single-ride tickets; and two 2-day museum passes that give you free entry to most major museums, allowing you to skip admission lines.
  • 1-week UnTour: 20 single ride metro/bus tickets and a 2-day museum pass.
  • An orientation session given by our local staff to start your trip off on the right foot, followed by dinner at a restaurant in the Latin Quarter.
  • Exclusive local information on our UnTours travel app for your mobile phone to have all of our recommendations at your fingertips before and throughout your trip -researched and written by UnTours staff on the ground in Paris and full of the best restaurants, sightseeing, and other suggestions.
  • A local cultural event, like a soufflé making class.
  • A stash of groceries upon your arrival, so you don’t need to shop right away.
  • Pre-trip planning advice from our staff, available by phone or email right up until you leave.
  • Ongoing support with our local representative. Help available when you need it.

Marais, France - Paris, Home of St. Paul

The word “marais” is French for “swamp,” exactly what this famous area of Paris used to be. Today luxurious seventeenth-century mansions or “hôtels particuliers” occupy its streets. Many of them have been converted into museums such as the Musée Carnavalet, which presents the history of Paris; the Musée Picasso, which houses the largest collection of Picasso's in the world; and the Musée Cognacq-Jay, which showcases an exquisite collection of eighteenth-century art and furniture. The district’s famous street, Rue des Rosiers, in the heart of the Jewish area, is teeming with delis, restaurants, and bakeries. Trendy shops and cafés line adjacent streets. The Place des Vosges, where Victor Hugo once lived, is a beautiful place to relax and people watch.

Outside the Marais, the rest of Paris awaits. Whether it’s a leisurely walk along the Seine, a visit to one of the countless museums, or an unforgettable meal in a cozy neighborhood restaurant, you’ll never find a shortage of things to do in this marvelous city. Even lingering in one of the meticulously kept gardens or sidewalk cafés can be a daylong activity. Everything is conveniently located, just a short walk from any Metro station, one of the safest and most efficient subway systems in the world.

If plans include travel outside Paris, the RER (regional train) can transport you quickly and economically. Day trips to the Versailles Palace, Disneyland Paris, Monet’s home in Giverny, and the Chartres cathedral are easily accomplished and well worth the trip.



This apartment is managed by an agency with excellent English-speaking personnel who are available by phone as needed. And our UnTours staff person is always just a phone call away.

Property details

Here's some important details about this property.


This property sleeps 1-4 people


2 bedrooms: 1 with queen bed and 1 with double bed. Double sofa bed in living room


Bathroom with shower, separate WC


Well equipped kitchen with microwave and dishwasher, Nespresso machine for coffee


Washer and dryer


3rd floor with 37 steps


3rd floor with 37 steps


St. Paul metro stop is about 5 minutes walk


None that we can think of


Central location in Marais, spacious living area

Special Features

Wi-Fi, TV with some English channels


Our staff have inspected this property and the above description and photographs reflect what they saw at that time. It is possible that the owner has made changes to the property without our knowledge. While we do our best to keep up with any changes or improvements made to our properties, we cannot guarantee that everything in the above description will be accurate.

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Package includes

  • Apartment
  • Local transit pass
  • Cultural event
  • Digital Guidebook
  • Transfer assistance
  • Local support

Locally Owned and Operated

The money we pay for your accommodation will benefit the local economy where you will be staying.

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Enhanced Clean

  • Rooms are ventilated thoroughly.
  • All high-touch surfaces are cleaned and sanitized with disinfectant.
  • Soft, porous surfaces like sofas and rugs are cleaned before each arrival.
  • Linens are washed at the highest heat setting recommended by the manufacturer.

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