Paris Home Rentals

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Paris is a vacation that moves the soul. It’s something that, during a short trip, lasts a lifetime. The food, the sounds, the sights, and yes, the people, it’s all wrapped into one overwhelmingly special place. What better way to see the City of Lights than to rent an apartment near the city center? I can’t think of a better option than this. If you’re traveling with a family to Paris (really in Europe), you will run into a lot of restrictions on the number of people in a room. Many hotels have a max of 2 for the standard rooms, and then a max of 3 or 4 for the suites. As a family of 5, it is a struggle to find something to accommodate my family, and if I find something, it’s typically 3 times what a couple would normally spend. Additionally, if you want a hotel room with a view (of the Eiffel tower or Notre Dame), you’re going to pay a hefty ransom. A room rate can again triple just by adding that feature. Enter the vacation rental option. Some of the apartments are better than the penthouse suites at the pricey hotels. You’re able to get a pristine two bedroom apartment with a up close view of the Eiffel Tower from a terrace, for almost the cost of a standard hotel room. Below is a list of options (all with air conditioning), which can be enjoyed during your next trip to Paris.

Renting a house can be a little intimidating for some, but it's so common these days, it's almost like renting a hotel room. The huge plus is the ability to rent a gorgeous house for around the same price as a hotel.

Below I have a list of homes that I would recommend based on the amenities and location. For each home I have the nightly price for rental (based on the second week in July 2020.) Then, in the little charts, I break down how much the house comes out to per room. This lets you know that the huge price tags some rental homes come with, are really a bargain. For example, a six house that rents for $1000 a night. Sounds pricey right, but when you look at the cost per room of only $167, that's a steal! So for this example house, maybe you have 3 families going in on a house together, the cost per family would be $334 per night. It's like getting a penthouse suite for a fraction of the price.

So, with that, I hope you enjoy reviewing the homes below!

House 1

If you want unique, then this is the place for you. This is a two-bedroom barge that is moored on the left bank in the Saint Germain district. With the Louvre right across the River Siene, this is a great option to explore Paris. The interior is beautifully decorated and has a kitchen and sitting area. The two bedrooms have normal ceiling heights, so you will not feel cramped.

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House 2

This two-bedroom option is a bargain! It’s within a five-minute walk of the Eiffel Tower and has a wonderful wraparound balcony, which offers views of Paris (including the Eiffel Tower.) The apartment has a full kitchen and plenty of space to spread out during your stay.

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House 3

Located in the 1st, this four-bedroom apartment is an amazing option for larger groups. Here you’ll have a large eat-in kitchen, separate living and dining room. The historic feel is highlighted by the parquet floors, elaborate molding and plaster ceilings.

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House 4

This 2-bedroom apartment is a bargain. For less than $200/night, you are treated to a centrally located option (in the 2nd), with a private balcony overlooking the Paris rooftops. The well-appointed kitchen allows you to eat-in for some of the meals while on vacation, a huge plus for those of us with kids.

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House 5

This large 2-bedroom apartment located in the 7th aims to uphold the highest level of comfort. They supply high-end linens and quality service. The apartment features a fully equipped kitchen and large living/dining areas. The terrace offers stunning views of the Pantheon and Notre-Dame as well as other notable sites.

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House 6

This three-bedroom duplex, located in the 1st, is on the gardens of the Palais Royal. A large balcony overlooks the gardens and there’s also a terrace overlooking the rue Montpensier. Inside, the apartment has a double living room, and two floors connected by a winding staircase.

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House 7

Located on the Champ de Mars (the largest park in Paris), this 3-bedroom apartment is situated in the 7th. The apartment is large and open, making it a great option for families.

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House 8

Located in the 5th, this 3-bedroom duplex offers vacationers a fantastic base to explore Paris. The first level has a kitchen, dining area and bedroom with an en suite bathroom. The upstairs has a living area, two bedrooms and a terrace with views of Notre Dame.

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House 9

Located in the 8th, you can open the windows of this 2-bedroom apartment take in views of the Eiffel Tower and Champs Elysees. This is a centrally located gem.

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House 10

This 1-bedroom apartment is within feet of the Eiffel Tower. From the apartment, you can open the windows and have a stunning view of one of the most amazing monuments in the world. This would be perfect for couples and newlyweds.

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House 11

If you want to be impressed, then you should stay here. It’s a 3-bedroom apartment located in the 7th, and it has unbelievable views of the Eiffel Tower from the large wraparound terrace area. The interior design is light, airy and refreshing. You have all the comforts of home with a large living area and well-equipped kitchen.

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House 12

Located in the 8th, this 4-bedroom apartment is near Champs Elysees. You’ll enjoy spreading out in this 2,153 square foot apartment, in the middle of all the action.

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