This spacious three-bedroom apartment is the epitome of Parisian living. Situated in the city’s buzzing hotspot - Le Marais - the breathtaking Cavailles is surrounded by authentic and thriving markets, shops and bistros. Prepare to be blown away by this truly stunning vacation rental.
The Cavailles is not only generous, but packed full of French charm. This is immediately evident upon entering by the beautiful parquet flooring and high ceilings that exude palatial luxury. Bedroom 1 and bedroom 2 are located at the end of the entrance hall. Both feature a large bed, while bedroom 2 also has a balcony. Between the two bedrooms is the full bathroom 1, complete with a shower and a separate bathtub. Bedroom 3 is located to the right of the entrance and is equipped with the private bathroom 2 containing a combination bathtub/shower.
The Cavailles’ expansive living area, which also exhibits traditional flooring, is welcoming with modern touches. Two large balcony doors bathe the room in natural light. A decorative mantelpiece and two plush sofas make this room a desirable space to relax. The living room leads into a formal dining room with ample space to entertain. A modern kitchen is located opposite the living room across the hallway. With a sleek finish throughout and high-end countertops, this space has style in abundance. This kitchen is not only beautiful, but also equipped for the best of chefs! Adjoining the kitchen you’ll find another dining area, perfect for breakfast and more casual meals. Well-chosen art pieces and a tasteful, intelligent design throughout make the Cavailles a gorgeous, sumptuous choice for a rental.
Fall in love with le Marais! Paris’ medieval beauty is truly encapsulated in this lively neighborhood. There really is something for everyone. The Marais’ winding streets will lead you to an eclectic mix of cool bars, vintage shops and traditional markets, not to mention some key sites. A 15-minute walk from the Cavailles will take you to the Picasso Museum--well worth a visit for fans of the master. For modern art lovers, marvel at the treasures inside the Pompidou Centre, or simply enjoy its impressive escalators! Make sure to find the Fountaine Stravinsky, for a playful photo-op. For a relaxing stroll, make your way to the Place des Voges, one of Paris’ greatest squares, and walk in the footsteps of Victor Hugo. During your stay at the Cavailles, you simply must visit Le Enfant Rouges. Paris’ oldest market, Les Enfant Rouges is a great spot to grab some lunch. While away the afternoon browsing the district’s vintage fashion boutiques and antique shops. The Cavailles really does tick all the boxes for an ideal Parisian vacation.
Things To Note
Neighborhood: 11th arrondissement
Size: 2695 sq ft/250 sq m
Age Restrictions: No children under the age of 18
Accessibility/Security: 1 step to enter the building1 flight of stairs, 24 steps to elevator
|Bedroom 1||King (1)||King bed (71in x 79in; 180cm x 200cm)|
|Bedroom 2||Extra Wide Queen (1)||Extra wide queen bed (63in x 79in; 160cm x 190cm)|
|Bedroom 3||Double (1)||Double bed (140cm x 190cm; 55in x 75in|
|Bathroom 1||Bathtub (handheld showerhead), shower (flexible showerhead), toilet, bidet and sink|
|Bathroom 2 (en suite to Bedroom 3)||Combination bathtub/shower (flexible showerhead), toilet and sink|
|Half Bath||Toilet and sink|
- Fully Equipped
- Starter Supplies
- Nespresso Style Coffee Machine
- TV - Limited English Programs
- No Air Conditioning
- Portable Fan(s)
- Sound Dampening Windows
- 3rd Floor North American
- Iron & Board
- Balcony with Seating
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Things to See & Do
Picasso Museum (9 mins Walking)
Features more than 5000 works by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso
Square Saint-Gilles du Grand Veneur (9 mins Walking)
A stunning trellised rose garden surrounded by fabulous shopping, including the hip concept store Merci, and great cafés, restaurants and patisseries
Musée Carnavalet (13 mins Walking)
Documents the history of Paris
Place des Vosges (14 mins Walking)
Visit the oldest planned square in Paris. While there also visit the Victor Hugo house museum.
Centre Pompidou (20 mins Walking)
The National Museum of Modern Art with a striking tubular exterior
Shopping & Eating
Marché des Enfants Rouges (8 mins Walking)
The oldest covered market in Paris is located in the trendy Marais district
Rue de Bretagne (8 mins Walking)
Embraces the heart of the Marais and central Paris with amany bakeries, butchers, fish mongers, grocery stores, florists, cafes and lots of excellent and charming restaurants
Marché Bastille (11 mins Walking)
Largest open-air market in Paris; open Thursday and Sunday mornings
Métro (2 mins Walking)
Oberkampf (Line 5, 9)