WELCOME TO YOUR HOME
Welcome to Paris, but more importantly welcome to your home!
We are delighted that you have chosen Luxury 2 Bedrooms Opera IV for your stay. Our priority is to ensure you have a memorable stay in the city of lights.
In this guide, you will find :
ABOUT THE APARTMENT
Your apartment has been completely cleaned and disinfected by our teams respecting the standards against covid-19.
Network: Livinparis 4
You are looking for the ironing board and the iron: they are located in the room: Iron in the closet / board under the bed.
Extra duvet and pillows are located in one of the bedrooms closet.
You will find a QR code on the front of the washing machine and the oven explaining the different operating modes. Scan this QR code and choose your language.
You will find cleaning tablets in the drum of the washing machine and detergent for the dishwasher in the cupboard under the sink.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have the slightest doubt as to their use.
The garbage room is located on the ground floor in the courtyard behind the fence covered with greenery. If you wish, you can leave them in the apartment and our cleaning team will take care of them during their intervention.We thank you for not leaving your garbage bags on the landing.
Make sure you always lock your front door, whether you are in the apartment or out. Burglaries are frequent in Paris and a door simply slammed is easily opened. So be sure to close it systematically with your key.
Our apartments are non-smoking. We thank you for respecting this rule. It is also forbidden to smoke at the window, in the common areas of the building and in the courtyard. In case of breach of this rule, 300€ will be deducted from your deposit.
NO MORE ELECTRICITY?
It may be caused by the general power supply when too many electrical devices are working at the same time. In this case go to the electricity meter (in the entrance: closet to the left of the door), check that all the connectors are facing up, and restore the current by pressing the large main power button . NB: It can also be a general breakdown of the network, or a temporary intervention of the EDF, in this case check if the light is also cut in the common parts of the building (Landing / hall) .
NOISE AND NEIGHBORHOOD
Your apartment is located in a residential building. We thank you for ensuring the tranquility of the neighbors and for maintaining a low noise level day and night. Any noise pollution is prohibited.
ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE
Our representative will welcome you directly to the apartment on the day of your arrival. You must contact him 30 minutes before arriving so that he can meet you there and help you settle in.
Check out time is set at 11 am maximum. We thank you for respecting this schedule as our cleaning team must prepare the apartment for the following customers.
Check-out is done independently. You do not have to wait for someone to leave the apartment on the day of your departure.
Please leave all the keys on the living room table and leave the apartment before 11am. Please slam the door behind you and make sure it is closed.
from 3 pm
before 11 am
Your deposit will be released 48 hours after your departure if no damage has been found in the apartment. We remind you that this deposit has not been debited from your account (no debit, no fees), it is simply a guarantee.
Bounce Luggage Storage - 24/7 Gare de l'Est
6 Rue Saint-Laurent 75010 Paris
7 minutes' walk from the apartment
CITY-LOCKER - Gare du Nord & Gare de l'Est
9 Rue des Deux Gares 75010 Paris
10 minutes' walk from the apartment
Tous les jours 8h-22h
HOSPITAL / EMERGENCY
2 rue Ambroise Paré 75010 Paris
24 hours a day
+33 1 49 95 65 65
Police station Paris 10th
14 rue de Nancy 75010 Paris
Every day 6:30 am – 8:30 pm
5 minutes walk from the apartment
lines 8 & 9
4 minutes walk from the apartment
Metro map: click
Paris tourist office
29 rue de Rivoli
Every day 10 am – 5:50 pm
(Thursday 2 pm – 5:50 pm)
Paris tourist office
18 rue de Dunkerque
Every day 9 am – 4:45 pm
(Thursday 2 pm – 4:45 pm)
GO TO THE AIRPORTS
Taxi / Uber (Orly package = 35€ / Roissy = 53€)
Roissy CDG bus, place of the Opera 12€
RER B, Chatelet les Halles or Gare du Nord
Bus Air France, Orly - Etoile / Roissy - Etoile / Roissy - Gare de Lyon or Montparnasse.
Between 12€ and 17€
WHERE TO SHOP ?
7 - 9 Rue des Petites Écuries 75010 Paris
1 minute walk from the apartment
MON-SAT 9am-9pm / SUN 9am-12pm
16-18 Rue Martel 75010 Paris
2 minutes walk from the apartment
MON-SAT 7am-12am / SUN 9am-8pm
42 Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière 75010 Paris
3 minutes walk from the apartment
MON-SAT 7.30am-9pm / SUN 8.30am-12pm
A multitude of restaurants in your neighbourhood. It is best to make a reservation. We can recommend :
47 Rue Richer 75009 Paris
MON-SAT 12pm-2pm + 7.30pm-10pm
7 Cr des Petites Écuries 75010 Paris
Everyday 12pm-3pm + 7pm-11pm
16 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis 75010 Paris
52 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Paris
27 Rue d'Hauteville, 75010 Paris
TUES-SAT 12.30pm-2pm + 7.30pm-10pm
1 minute walk from the apartment
2 Sq. Alban Satragne, 75010 Paris
5 minutes walk from the apartment
Museums & PARKS
Paris is full of museums and exhibitions. Here are some of them a few steps from your apartment:
30 Av. Corentin Cariou 75019 Paris
Everyday 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
8 Avenue du Mahatma Gandhi 75016 Paris
2 Rue de Viarmes 75001 Paris
3 Avenue du General Eisenhower 75008 Paris
(Closed until 2024)
107 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
60 Rue Réaumur 75003 Paris
23 Rue de Sévigné 75003 Paris
28 Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle 75010 Paris
10 Boulevard Montmartre 75009 Paris
MON-FRI 10am-5pm + SAT-SUN 9.30am-6pm
5 Rue de Thorigny 75003 Paris
Everyday 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
1 Rue de la Legion d'Honneur 75007 Paris
Every day 9:30am-6pm
37 Quai Branly 75007 Paris
Everyday 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Avenue Winston Churchill 75008 Paris
10 Av. Pierre 1er of Serbia 75116 Paris (temporarily closed)
1 Rue Botzaris 75019 Paris
2 All. Adrienne Lecouvreur 75007 Paris
25 rue du Louvre 75001 Paris
Rue de Medici - Rue de Vaugirard 75006 Paris
2 Rue Mayran 75009 Paris
MON-FRI 8am- 8:30pm - SAT-SUN 9am-8:30pm
Monday - Friday: 9am - 7pm / Closed Saturday & Sunday
Monday - Saturday: 9am - 8pm / Closed on Sunday
A multitude of restaurants throughout Paris. It is best to make reservations. We can recommend :
1st & 2nd arrondissements
93 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Everyday 8pm - 2am
Le Pied de Cochon
6 Rue Coquillière, 75001 Paris
Everyday 8-11am + 11.30am-05am
Le Grand Véfour
17 Rue de Beaujolais, 75001 Paris
WED-SAT 12.15-2pm + 7.15-9.30pm
Madame Rêve Café
Cour Gutenberg, 75001 Paris
43 Rue Étienne Marcel, 75001 Paris
107 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Everyday 12-3pm + 7-11pm
12 Pass. de la Canopée, 75001 Paris
6 Rue de l'Amiral de Coligny, 75001 Paris
Everyday 9am -1am
62 Rue Montorgueil, 75002 Paris
Everyday 6:30 am-2 am
Le Bistrot Vivienne
4 Rue des Petits Champs, 75002 Paris
Everyday 9-12:30 am
6 Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris
Everyday 12-3pm + 7-11 pm
18 Rue Étienne Marcel, 75002 Paris
MON-SAT 12-3pm + 7-11pm
Restaurant de l’Hôtel des Grands-Boulevards
17 Bd Poissonnière, 75002 Paris
25 Pl. de la Bourse, 75002 Paris
Every day 12-2 pm + 7-10 pm
3rd & 4th arrondissements
41 Rue du Temple, 75004 Paris
Everyday 12pm-2:30pm + 7:15-10:30pm
6th floor of the Centre Georges Pompidou
Place Georges Pompidou, 75004 Paris
WED - MON 12pm-2am
6th & 7th arrondissements
La Closerie des Lilas
171 Bd du Montparnasse, 75006 Paris
Everyday 12-2:15 pm + 7-10:15 pm
13 Rue de l'Ancienne Comédie, 75006 Paris
Everyday 12pm-00 am
13 Bd de la Tour-Maubourg, 75007 Paris
MON-SAT 12pm-2.30pm + 7pm-10pm
Pour boire un verre au bord de l’eau
Port des Invalides, Quai d'Orsay, 75007 Paris
Every day 6pm - 1.30pm
23 Rue Bayard, 75008 Paris
61bis Rue de Monceau, 75008 Paris
Everyday 12pm-2.15pm + 7pm-10.15pm
La Cour du Jardin du Plaza Athénée
25 Av. Montaigne, 75008 Paris
Everyday 12.15pm-2pm + 7pm-10.30pm
9th, 10th, 11th & 12th arrondissements
Printemps de l’homme, 2 Rue du Havre 9ème étage, 75009 Paris
Everyday 12-4pm + 7-2pm
2 Rue Richer, 75009 Paris
Le Café de la Paix
5 Pl. de l'Opéra, 75009 Paris
19 Rue de Mogador, 75009 Paris
Everyday 12-3.30pm + 7-11pm
Le Patio Opéra
5 Rue Meyerbeer, 75009 Paris
La Maison Bleue
7 Pl. Franz Liszt, 75010 Paris
Le Train Bleu
Pl. Louis-Armand, 75012 Paris
Le Chalet des Îles
Bois de Boulogne, Embarcadère du Chalet des Îles
Porte de la Muette Ceinture du lac inférieur du, 75016 Paris
Le roof top de Molitor
6 Av. de la Porte Molitor, 75016 Paris
Everyday 12pm-2.30pm + 7pm-10.30pm
1 Pl. du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre, 75016 Paris
Everyday 12pm-2.30pm + 7pm-2am
(Tour of Paris dinner in a very nice Bus, passing in front of all the monuments of Paris)
2 Av. Kléber, 75016 Paris
Everyday 12.15-1.45pm + 7.45-10.30 pm
Outside Paris city center
Le Petit Poucet
4 Rondpoint Claude Monet, 92300 Levallois-Perret
Everyday 12 pm -2.30 pm + 7:30 pm-10.30 pm
Le Pavillon Henri IV
19-21 Rue Thiers, 78100 Saint-Germain-en-Laye
Everyday 9 am-23 pm
LIVINPARIS EXCLUSIVE TIPS
Here are some of our exclusive recommendations for discovering Paris off the beaten track.
1. Passage du Grand Cerf (Passage of the Great Deer)
145 rue St Denis, Paris 2.
Opening hours 8.30 am-7.45 pm Covered passageway: take a fall back into the 18th century.
2. Rue Montorgueil (District of Montorgueil street)
With its small cobbled pedestrian streets, the district of Montorgueil has a great deal of charm. The main street, rue Montorgueil, is home to a wide range of fruit, vegetable and other food shops, as well as bars and restaurants and trendy clothing boutiques. In parallel streets, new restaurants, cocktail bars and fashionable shops have opened, notably on rue Saint-Sauveur, rue Bachaumont, rue Greneta, rue Mandar and in the Passage du Grand Cerf. This is one of the favourite districts of Parisians.
3. Cour carrée du Louvre (Square courtyard of the Louvre)
The Louvre museum, one of the most romantic spots of the capital. Go at nightfall to discover the splendour and tranquility of this royal square.
4. Roof-top Le Georges (The Georges Roof-top)
At the top of the Georges Pompidou Centre. Exceptional view over the whole of Paris, for lunch, dinner or simply a coffee. Breathtaking views. Brasserie open every day from 12.00 midday till 2am
5. Marché Des Enfants Rouge (The ‘Red Children’s market’)
The oldest food market in the capital (created in 1615) is located in the Haut Marais district, a stone's throw from the rue de Bretagne. Parisians and tourists alike stock up on fresh produce while enjoying the colourful and fragrant stalls. In a friendly, easy-going atmosphere, you can take an impromptu lunch break at the Italian grocery shop, the organic stand, the Lebanese delicatessen or the Japanese snack bar. On Sundays, brunch lovers hurry to the Estaminet, a restaurant nestled in the heart of the market, or to La Petite Fabrique.
6. Le Jardin du Palais Royal (The Royal Palace Garden)
This is one of the favourite places for Parisians for a stroll. The Comédie-Française (one of the few state theatres in France), the Royal Palace theatre (le théâtre du Palais-Royal) and the restaurant Le Grand Véfour restaurant with its decor listed as a historical monument, all contribute to the reputation of the Royal Palace Garden. Contemporary art is also strongly present in its main courtyard with the columns of Buren and two mobile fountains by Pol Bury (1985). Very pleasant for a leasurely afternoon walk.
7. Galerie Vivienne (Vivienne Gallery)
A luxurious 176 metre long covered passageway, built in 1823, and under a zenithal light that illuminates the period mosaic floor, lined with refined luxury boutiques. Take a walk, for a timeless moment in an exceptional setting.
8. Café Marly
Unique and iconic brasserie and café located under the arcades of the Louvre museum with exceptional views. Open every day from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m.
9. Passage Brady (Brady Pathway)
From rue Cail, walk down the boulevard Magenta, and the Passage Brady will not be far, an emblematic pathway of the 10th quarter of Paris. Known as "Little India", this bazaar-like pathway is also the perfect place to find a whole host of wonders at a reduced price: culinary specialities, incense, spices, traditional treatments, etc.
10. Canal St Martin (Saint Martin Canal)
Right in the centre of Paris, away from the turbulence of the city, the Canal Saint Martin is a haven of peace that you can discover peacefully from boats; for over 150 years this canal has linked the Seine, just behind Notre Dame cathedral, to the Ourcq and Saint Denis canals in the north of Paris, crossing the old districts of eastern Paris in full restoration.
11. Île Saint Louis (Saint Louis Island)
A village in the city of light with an architecture that has remained virtually unchanged for almost 400 years. A timeless place to discover while strolling along the banks of the Seine.
12. Rue des Rosiers (Street of Roses)
Famous street in the Jewish quarter of Paris, the Pletzl (Jewish for ‘Little Place’), in the heart of the Marais district. Rue des Rosiers is emblematic of the Jewish community and has many shops, food stores, bookshops and typical restaurants. Since the 1980s, luxury boutiques (for clothes, perfumes, accessories) have taken over and are slowly changing the appearance of the street.
13. Place des Vosges (Vosges Square)
A stroll through the Marais district without admiring the Place des Vosges would be like walking along the Champs Élysées without seeing the Arc de Triomphe. The configuration of the Place des Vosges is a perfect example of French classical style and a unique example of 17th century architecture.
14. Pont Marie (Mary Bridge)
The foundation stone of this small bridge was laid in 1604 by King Louis XIII. In the 17th century, about fifty houses were built on it and finally destroyed. The Marie Bridge, classified as a historical monument since 1887, links the Marais district (at the level of the Hôtel de Sens, a superb 15th century building) to the Île Saint-Louis.
15. Passage de l’ancre (Anchor Pathway)
Nestled a stone's throw from the Museum of Art and Crafts (Musée des Arts et Métiers), the Passage de l'Ancre is one of Paris’ 3rd quarter’s best-kept secrets: colourful in just the right way, verdant and constantly peaceful, this tiny pathway is a gem not to be missed.
16. Place Gaillon (Gaillon Square)
Here you will find the delightful Gaillon fountain, built in 1828 by Louis Visconti, the famous Drouant restaurant where the Goncourt literary prize is awarded every year, as well as the Place Gaillon Gaillon Fountain restaurant, owned by actor Gérard Depardieu. Nearby are the Choiseul pathway (Passage Choiseul), the Opera Avenue (Avenue de l'Opéra) and the national library (La Bibliothèque nationale).
17. Bibliothèque de l'Institut National de l'Histoire de l'Art (Library of the National Institute of History and Art, known as INHA)
58 Rue de Richelieu, Paris 2; Open Monday to Saturday 9.00am. to 7.30pm The Library INHA is located in the heart of historical Paris. Owner of the exceptional Labrouste room with its incredible glass dome and the Jacques Doucet collections, the INHA is both a reference research centre for the history of art and a major heritage site.