The CADET Residence in the center of Paris offers large apartments for an unforgettable stay! These are spacious apartments, with colorful decoration, arranged as living spaces to stay with family or friends (for 2 to 6 people). The large family apartments are organised with 1 separate bedroom and a shower room. There is also a large living room with open-plan kitchen fully equipped to share with friends or family. Most of the studios apartments have a separate bedroom too and a private bath or shower room. A fully equipped kitchen allows you to take meals in the dining area.
Cadet Residence's ideal Situation
CADET Residence is nestled at the bottom of a large bright courtyard, closed by a big portal at night. It it is a quiet tourism residence in the heart of Paris. Away from the bustle of the busy street, where it is located. You will feel good in a safe area where you would meet true Parisian people going to work or doing food shopping coming back home. In fact, Rue Cadet is one of the famous and commercial streets of Paris. Not far away, you will enjoy another wonderful place to do shopping food: the rue Notre Dame de Lorette. Walk along the street and discover shops selling honey, olive oil, wine, jams, chocolates... As well as Italian specialities and delicious bakeries like the Landemain house. There are so many places just fine for gourmet persons.
The CADET Residence is located at a walking distance of many Parisian attractions and easy access to most of the city. Get out on the left and you will find the station Cadet on line 7 (2 minutes’ walk). Which will drive you in 2 stops to the place of the Opera and to the Department stores Printemps and Galeries Lafayette. If you decide to walk, you can go up the rue Rochechouart. You will arrive in Montmartre at the Sacré Coeur basilica and place du Tertre.
Get out on the right, you will reach the Grands boulevards. Famous in the novels of Maupassant or Balzac, by strolling in front of the windows of the walkways built in the XIX named Verdeau and Jouffroy. On a rainy day, you can walk dry through the Panorama Passage, the Vivienne Gallery and the Colbert Gallery to the Palais Royal Garden. On the way, you can make a stop at the Musée Grévin. Last but not least, the Louvre Museum is only two steps away . You join it directly by the line 7 from Cadet station.