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Immerse yourself in the industrial wonder and modern sophistication of this impressive loft of 3400 sq ft. Built in 1870 in the style of architect Gustave Eiffel, and later used as a factory for the resistance to print underground newspapers in World War II, the space has since been renovated into a contemporary haven for your vacations or professional events. The Loft Montorgueil's rich history will enchant overnight guests and event attendees alike.
Situated on the ground floor of a verdant courtyard on rue Montorgueil, enter the one-of-a-kind space of the Loft Montorgueil, in Paris' central 2nd district. Enter the living room, with its industrial glass ceilings and chic décor in rich tones of red, orange and white. Adjacent you will find a dining room that accommodates up to 10 guests for a seated dinner, and a fully equipped kitchen with all the necessary accoutrements for entertaining at home. A double bedroom, bathroom with shower, and equipped laundry room completes this stellar floor. Take the wooden stairs to discover the dreamy second floor lounge with its cozy home cinema. Nearby you will see a modular office space, as well as the master bedroom with a bathroom of your dreams -- you'll want to spend hours soaking in this tub! In the basement you will find a home gym, equipped with a flat screen TV for your enjoyment. On the lower level you will also find a spare bedroom for 2 with a shower and sauna for your added relaxation. In its retro and industrial allure, the Loft Montorgueil comfortably accommodates 8 guests for the stay of a lifetime.
With its vast space and adjustable layout, the Loft Montorgueil is the perfect setting for just about any occasion. For a holiday among friends and family, a photo shoot, a cocktail reception, conference, or any other professional event, a visit is required before booking. The loft is located on the border of the 2nd and 3rd disrict, best known for its economic activity with the Paris Stock Exchange and several media corporation headquarters. The nearby Marais opens the doors of its trendy bars, boutiques, and café theaters for all your night excursions. Much of your sightseeing can be made by foot : la Gaïté Lyrique, Centre Georges Pompidou, The Conservatory of Arts and Crafts, The National Archives, The National Library, and the Opera. Well served by several modes of nearby public transport (métro Etienne Marcel, line 4), visit other districts in Paris in just minutes.