Über dieses Inserat
The size is 16 m2, in the heart of 18th district. 15 minute walk from Monmatre and Sacre Car, 15 minute walk from Quai de Seine, and next to many trendy bars. Metro and bus stop 3 min walk away. Kitchen and bathroom with shower. Plenty of sunlight.
The apartment is cozy and has enough space for two to three people. The bed easily fits 3 people. There is plenty of sunlight, you have a kitchen and a shower for your convenience, and of course free coffee :)
Zugang für Gäste
My things will be in the apartment so I am trusting you with it. You can use the coffee I leave behind, and anything in the fridge. You can use the kitchen to cook as long as you do it safely and anything else that i have listed in the amenities. The things not listed in the amenities are mine and not for use.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I will be traveling during most of the period but I will try to make myself available online so I can help you if you need it. You can also speak to a friend of mine if there are any problems.
Please keep the apartment clean. If you cook please do it safely and clean up afterwards. You are free to read any of the books on shelf while you are there provided of course you don't write on them. Switch off the lights and heating when you leave. You are free to smoke inside but please open the window so that the smell doesn't get into the rest of the building, and close the window when you leave since it rains and can flood in the apartment.
Wenn du bis zu 7 Tage vor deinem Aufenthalt stornierst, erhältst du eine Rückerstattung über 50 %, plus die Service-Gebühren.
I am a 25 year old female originally from Pakistan. I lived in the U.S. for five years where I completed my Bachelors degree and was working for a year. Now I am starting Business School in Paris in September 2015. I spend my spare time playing the guitar, photography, and reading the news. I like discussing politics, history and culture.
I love traveling, and spent four months in 2015 traveling through Europe and the Caucuses before deciding to relocate to France.