We all know that finding somewhere to stay in a city that's as bustling as Paris can be stressful. When you're on holiday you want to turn up, drop your bags and get down to the serious business of having fun.
Don't worry. We've got your back. Read on for ten of the best apartments in the City of Lights.
Expect the unexpected with a Secret Garden. Tucked away in the Latin Quarter, you get the best of both worlds. Outside, there’s a lively neighbourhood brimming with an abundance of things to do. You’ll never get bored with all the cafes, bistros, bars, and nightclubs. Inside, you’ll be transported back in time in a place all of your own.
The interior design is reminiscent of homes in the olden French countryside with all of its antiques. All of the bedrooms have large windows, allowing a perfect amount of natural light in.
Unlike many vacation rentals in Paris, the view outside of them faces greenery which will make you feel like you’re away from all the hustle and bustle of an urban city. But the best part of the home is it’s garden and glass conservatory out back.
Whether you’re with a friend or on a romantic getaway, the New Age vacation rental is for you. Spread out between the 3rd and 4th arrondissements, you're surrounded by a vast multitude of old word culture, while living in an apartment befitting of today’s modern society.
Besides admiring the colorful interior, when inside you can cook in the full kitchen, unwind on the couch with one of the many DVD or book options, take a hot bath, or even sit outside on the balcony overlooking the area.
Traveling with a big family isn’t always easy, but staying in Check Mate might just make it all the more bearable. Enjoy the benefits of staying in Paris’ - if not the world’s - most famous street, the Champs Elysees. Easy access to luxury shopping as well as typical stores you’ll find anywhere else just in case you forget something at home and need to buy it on the go.
This beautiful apartment has everything a family would need. There’s enough space so that everyone can spread out without ever stepping on each other’s toes. You’ll have a living room equipped with a large flat-screen television and game consoles. A kitchen with all the necessary appliances and a dining room so that you can prep and have a meal together, just like if you were at home.
Spread out around the vacation rental are four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The three kids’ rooms are tailored to their youthhood and are stocked with different art supplies and crafts that’ll keep them occupied while you take it easy in the ensuite master bedroom.
Coated in cool silver and blue tones, satisfy your desire for aesthetics in the Serena apartment. The photo opportunities are endless both inside and out so you’ll definitely have trouble deciding what to post later on.
The balconies boast fantastic views of the Eiffel Tower. Sunrise or sunset, dawn or dusk, you’ll be able to see the Iron Lady in all her glory. Inside, you’ll be able to relax in rooms that feel tailored to your artsy side.
Light the fireplace in the living room and curl up on the long, luxurious sofa with a glass of wine for a comfy time in. For intellectual stimulation, play a game of chess, take up the piano, or pick out a movie from the extensive film collection.
Open space runs rampant in Panoramica. In a city that boasts boutique design, this apartment will never make you feel like you’re confined. If the space inside isn’t enough, the vibrant South Pigalle area is right on your doorstep.
The living room, dining room, and kitchen share the same space. They have floor to ceiling windows and in combination with the sleek, white and wooden furniture, there’s a very airy and natural vibe to it all. For a bit of privacy, pull the blinds closed and the place is all yours.
Modernism comes alive at the Pop Art vacation rental. White walls and furniture are juxtaposed by splashes of color in every room. Blue archways separate one side of the apartment from the other. In the living room, the room is tied together by Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe screen prints, pink and blue sofas, and an abstract art rug.
The kitchen and bathrooms follow the same pattern, which the sole sources of color being the likes of colorful plates, a red toaster, and a red towel rack. And in the bedrooms, the eye will immediately be drawn to the art of Jasper Johns and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Old and new come together at Notre Dame’s Neighbour. Located on Ile de la Cité, Paris’ medieval history is just waiting to be explored.
Exposed wooden beams, black and white floor tiles, and steel appliances provide a balance between modernity and vintage. The Notre Dame is the backdrop as you get ready for the day or settle back in.
Open the balcony in the living room and move the set of rustic chairs and table outside for some fresh air. To have time to yourself, head into one of the bedrooms where you can close the curtains with no fuss.