Maison du Cambodge

Services and prices

Rooms and beds

The Maison du Cambodge offers 221 lodgings, including:
– 173 single rooms with en suite facilities
– 24 studio apartments, including 10 accessible for persons with reduced mobility
– 17 duplex studio apartments
– 7 triplex studio apartments. For the new software we have changed the classification of the types of accommodation and thus we have:
– 24 studio apartments, including 10 accessible for persons with reduced mobility
– 17 mezzanine studio apartments
– 7 mezzanine studio apartments with sound-proofed room reserved for musicians


All rooms are fitted with a bathroom, a refrigerator, a direct telephone line, a television connection and a high speed Internet connection.

Communal areas

The Maison du Cambodge provides for its residents an IT room, a television room, a launderette, a common room bar, a table-tennis table, several communal kitchens fitted with mini ovens, micro-wave ovens and hotplates, a reading room, a large lounge and a cycle store.


Accommodation Capacity Facilities Price for more than 6 months (€/month) Price between 1 month and 6 months (€/month)
Indivudual confort room Single Washbasin, shower, WC 566 to 644 622 to 834
Studio/apartment for researcher Couple Washbasin, shower, WC, kitchenette 846 to 957 931 to 1300

Services on the Campus


The University Campus is principally a place to meet others. This is achieved by the variety of facilities available to the residents. Located between the Porte d’Orléans and the Porte de Gentilly, the Campus offers, first and foremost,  40 hectares of parkland, around which the 40 residences in various architectural styles are dotted. 

Nevertheless, there is a central focus, that of the Maison internationale, which houses the services for the community: the library, the restaurant, the cafeteria, the theatre, the sports facilities, a bank, a post office. On the ground floor, the acc&ss Paris Centre service, open from Monday to Friday, assists students and researchers in administrative formalities and on any subject linked to their stay in France.

The Campus is thus a real little town, in the heart of the Paris conurbation, a green haven in the centre of a dense urban fabric.