On the 4th floor (no elevator but easy climb) of a typically early twentieth century parisian building, this flat can host up to 4 guests (but is more comfortable for a couple). It is ma maison and I love it!
All of the apartment faces south so it's always sunny and you wake up in a good mood.
It all has a lot of cachet, with old point-de-hongrie wooden floors.
Big living room with 2 big couches (one folds out into a queen bed).
Open well equipped kitchen (dishwasher)
Bathroom with a bathtub and super old tomettes tiles.
The room is upstairs with an old (non working) black marble mantlepiece and a view on the parisian rooftops that makes you feel like you're in The Aristocats.
The internet is working well (this is also my office), so does the TV and I have tons of DVDs if you're tired of walking around Paris. There's also a TV in the bedroom if you're really that much into TV but come on it's Paris!
I live a life of travels and culture, and I'm used to hosting my friends from all over the world, so I'm pretty sure I'll be able to point you in the right direction. Also, this is my home, so it has quite a lot of stuff in it (records, books, beloved cactuses) but hopefully you'll feel home too!
Journalist (myself, female early 30s) + Photographer (usually male mid 20s) for french magazine I Heart. Every issue of our Magazine is about a different city, and we usually stay for 7 weeks. You can find out more on
We're both hard working and fun to be around, cleaner than you'd expect a frog to be. We're in your town to discover bands, fashion designers, movie directors, photographers, writers and interesting people in general. and you. Cheers!