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The Best Airbnbs in Paris for Families

Thinking about a family break in Paris? We've got the run down of the city's best family-friendly holiday lets


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Thinking of bringing your kids along on a city break but not sure where to go? There's only one place for it: Paris. The French capital has no shortage of perfect activities to do, places to stay and things to see. So, let's take a look at Plum Guide's remarkable alternatives to the best Airbnbs in Paris for families.

Golden Boccador

Sleeping up to six guests, this family home set close to the Champs-Élysées – one of the world's most famous shopping streets – ticks all the boxes. All three bedrooms have their own bathroom, providing privacy for all guests (something that will undoubtedly be appreciated by any teenagers in your party). One of the bedrooms is particularly ideally suited for children with a double bed, bunk beds and a child’s cot. The home has two living areas, one more formal and one more laidback, meaning the kids can gather round the TV while you enjoy some rather more sophisticated adult conversation. When it comes to the best location for an Airbnb in Paris for families, this home takes the metaphorical (chocolate) biscuit. Take your sweet-toothed children to nearby Maison du Chocolat and enjoy a range of delectable chocolates and pastries. Finding someone to watch over kids whilst you are having a meal in one of the Michelin star restaurants won’t be a problem either, as this home offers an exclusive babysitting service.

Golden Boccador, Plum Guide home in Paris

Come and Play

Paris may be known as the city of love, but it's more than a destination for romantic breaks – family holidays are definitely on the cards, particularly when you can choose your home from the selection of the top luxury short stay rentals on offer in Paris. This elegant yet homey four-bedroom apartment is large enough for seven guests and features two stylish living areas – there's no chance of feeling like you're living on top of each other. The modern open-plan kitchen and dining area, perfect for dinners en famille is a particular plus, while there are toys on offer for the younger family members. Kids will be enthralled by this home's location, just a stone's throw from the Eiffel Tower, which means you're also well placed for outings to the playground on the Champs de Mars. Though located in a relaxed part of town, this apartment truly is within easy reach of all Paris' key attractions, indlucing the Musée d'Orsay and Musée Rodin. Nearby you will also find plenty of cafés to choose from – travelling with children may well increase your need for caffeine.

Come and Play, Plum Guide home in Paris

Avenue de la Paix

A real rarity when seeking out the best Airbnbs in Paris for families, this stylish home boasts outdoor space – and we don't just mean a balcony. Set in Auteuil, the house is built over three floors and has a private garden complete with a swimming pool, barbecue and a large al fresco dining table. Forget booking a spa appointment – this home has a sauna room with massage service available as well. With four bedrooms and three bathrooms, the house can comfortably sleep up to eight guests (but it's also the perfect choice for a romantic break in Paris too). Back to the family trip though, along with the garden, the nearby parks will be a particular hit with kids: we recommend a stroll around the lake at Parc Barbusse.

Avenue de la Paix, Plum Guide home in Paris

The Playground Villa

It's one thing to look for the best Airbnbs in Paris for families, but quite another when the family in question a large crowd. Big families looking for a place to stay in Paris need one of the French capital city's finest vacation rentals, so look no further than The Playground Villa. This five-bedroom apartment located in the 2nd Arrondissement (on the pededtrianised rue Montorgueil) benefits from a slew of nearby restaurants, bars and grocery shopping options. Spread over multiple floors, the apartment offers plenty of breathing space (a must on family holidays!) with its generous living and dining areas. That's assuming the kids ever surface from the basement level, which boasts table tennis and a climbing wall.

The Playground Villa, Plum Guide home in Paris

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