Inside the Paris Apartment Where Kim Kardashian Was Robbed

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In the wake of Kim Kardashian West being tied up and robbed at gunpoint in Paris, France, on Sunday, ET has details on the luxury apartment where the crime took place.

The apartment, which was originally described as a "hotel room" in an official statement from Kim's spokesperson, operates as a sort of Airbnb for wealthy people.

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In the past, the two-story complex has been frequented by stars like Leonardo DiCaprio and Madonna. Kim and husband Kanye West prefer the 3,700-square-foot penthouse and stayed there when their whirlwind wedding trip stopped in Paris two years ago.

The luxury apartment costs $17,000 per night and is located near major couture houses in the city's 8th district. According to Billboard, the building is called Hotel de Pourtales, but is known locally as "No Address Hotel."

There are nine apartments in the building, which is the former family home of Count Alexander Pourtales. While it was originally built in 1839, the residence fell into disrepair before French businessman Alexandre Allard bought the building and the annex next door in 2004 for a reported $38 million.

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In addition to the 35-year-old reality star, brands were also using the complex this week as well. Allard's brand, Faith Connexion, and Uggs held press days there on Monday despite the break-in the night before.

The suspects in connection with the robbery reportedly left with at least one ring estimated to be worth $4 million and a jewelry box with another $6 million worth of items.

Watch the video below for more on the crime.