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We have 9 reviews of our holiday lettings in Paris.

Renter: Corinne Corinne
Corinne June 2018

We spent 2 weeks in this rental in June and greatly enjoyed our stay in this traditional apartment. PROS: excellent location near shops and transportation. The apartment has windows on all 4 sides for great ventilation in warmer weather. The 6th floor (7th for US) provides lots of light and views over roofs to the Observatory and farther. The linear floor plan is great for privacy. The separate dining-room is very convenient, the 2 bedrooms at the back are very quiet, it’s hard to believe the building is on a major avenue. Linens are provided by the management agency, they are professionally cleaned and hotel-quality. Very good extra shower in the back bedroom equipped with bars and seat for a person with disabilities. The place was spotless. CONS: small quibbles: a knife that actually cuts, a couple more large pans would be helpful. Small bars of soap and shampoo bottles would be appreciated on arrival, the only supplies provided are cleaning ones. Cupboards were totally bare, plan on buying all food supplies from salt on. The beds are VERY hard. After 2 weeks I developed some unpleasant back trouble. The front living-room with a trundle bed is noisy despite double glazed windows as it’s on the avenue. Bring earplugs, especially in summer months when it’s hot and the window is open. Tiny elevator, but it works well. One only has to plan on several trips to move suitcases up and down.

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City breaks in Paris

Paris is the global nucleus of dining, shopping, and European culture. Rent one of our stunning apartments in Paris and you could be enjoing the plethora of highlights that this iconic city has to offer. 

Take a romantic trip to the top of the infamous Eiffel Tower, stroll along the picturesque banks of the River Seine, see the opera at the opulent Palais Garnier, admire the Gothic architecture of Notre Dame Cathedral, marvel at the famous art in the Louvre, or the magnificence of the Sacré Coeur; the list of things to do in Paris is endless.

Of course, no holiday to Paris would be complete without stopping off in one of the cities many boulangeries, patissaries and cafes. Take a wander down the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré which is lined by quintessential French cafes and fashion boutiques. If you love to shop designer, make sure you visit the Louvre and Tuileries District or Avenue Montaigne and the Champs-Elysées.

No matter how many times you visit this beautiful city, there's always something new to discover. In the words of Audrey Hepburn, 'Paris is always a good idea.'

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Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Paris and what to do on your holiday in Paris.

Audrey Hepburn knew what she was talking about when she famously said that "Paris is always a good idea".  A city break to Paris gushes with history, romance and iconic landmarks, so we've rounded up the must-see sights in the City of Lights. 

Audrey Hepburn knew what she was talking about when she famously said that "Paris is always a good idea".  A city break to Paris gushes with history, romance and iconic landmarks, so we've rounded up the must-see sights in the City of Lights. 

‘An artist has no home in Europe, except Paris.’ Nietzsche couldn’t be more right when professing his love for the French capital, but this rule also applies to art lovers. Not only is Paris a living work of art with an elegant mix of romantic architecture from the Middle Ages to modern buildings designed in the 21st century and some home to some of the most famous works of art in the world, where else would you go to discover the enchanting world of classic art.

‘An artist has no home in Europe, except Paris.’ Nietzsche couldn’t be more right when professing his love for the French capital, but this rule also applies to art lovers. Not only is Paris a living work of art with an elegant mix of romantic architecture from the Middle Ages to modern buildings designed in the 21st century and some home to some of the most famous works of art in the world, where else would you go to discover the enchanting world of classic art.