I love sharing about all things Paris. I’ve told you what to do in Paris, according to Parisians, shared the best vegan places to eat, and I’ve even shared what to do when you have only 24, 48, or 72 hours in the city. In addition to rounding up 10 boutique hotels in Paris, I wanted to also showcase Airbnb Paris and the 10 most chic homes you can rent during your stay.
This loft has been on my saved list for quite some time now. Not only does it come with a jacuzzi, but it’s right along the Champs-Élysées. For me, there isn’t a more convenient place to be, especially if it’s your first time in the City of Light. I think I can say that Airbnb Paris has never seen a more beautiful living room and that’s what sold me on this place. There’s self check-in, which I’ve come to love, and even air conditioning for those heatwaves that Europe is now experiencing every summer.
Wood floors and a balcony. That’s it. That’s all I require in my future Parisian apartment, but for now I can enjoy someone else’s home that fits the description. This apartment boasts changeable lighting, exposed wood beams, and even features art from local artists. You also have the perk of self check-in, simple amenities you didn’t know you’d miss, like an iron, and a coffee maker for all of you caffeine addicts out there.
What this apartment lacks in space, it makes up for in character. And this apartment has a ton of character. On top of that, it’s conveniently located within walking distance to the Opera metro and is in a lively neighborhood with plenty of shops and restaurants. This is the perfect place for those who say they only need a place to sleep and will be out exploring all day. It’s me. I’m those people.
The light and airy kitchen and bedroom sold me on this place, although the living area can sell the apartment too. I love a lofted space and am daydreaming about all the writing I could do from up there. When booking this apartment you get access to things you won’t find in every Parisian home such as a full kitchen (you’re lucky if you get a kitchenette), a washer, and even an elevator. Now if don’t travel much you may not know the struggle of heaving an extra large suitcase up five flights of steps. I pray you never know that struggle.
A triplex may seem excessive but not when it has 4 bedrooms, 5 beds, 3 bathrooms, and can hold up to 14 guests. Did someone say group travel? This is the type of place you book when you’re traveling with your squad and you all want to stay in the same location. Couldn’t be me, but it’s cute if you like that sort of thing. Not only does this place come complete with a washer and dryer, but you get a dishwasher too. So now dish duty for your friends just means pressing a button.
Throughout my years of apartment hunting in Paris I’ve learned that pied-á-terre loosely translates to “tiny as hell.” This is just as true on Airbnb Paris. At least with this cozy apartment you get a separate bedroom with a queen bed in addition to the convertible couch that can sleep two people if needed. It even has a small patio for you to enjoy a book or meal.
This Airbnb oozes luxury and the price reflects that. However, you get 3 bedrooms, 4 beds, and 1.5 baths for up to 6 guests. And that’s how you save on this gorgeous apartment. The best part is that it’s family friendly and comes complete with a high chair, baby bath, travel crib, and even children dinnerware. You’ll even spot bunk beds in the photos so it’s safe to say, this is a home your children will enjoy just as much as you.
This apartment I found on Airbnb Paris is more funky than it is chic, but I couldn’t leave it off of the list. It’s filled with retro and repurposed pieces and I know at least one of my readers will enjoy the ambience here. The best part is that it’s located in Montmartre! Montmartre quickly became one of my favorite areas to stay in Paris and not just because it’s home to the Moulin Rouge and Sacre Couer. It’s a beautiful neighborhood worth visiting if even just for the Secret Food Tours Montmartre tour.
The decor of this apartment may look familiar because I featured another property by this host further up. Again, the decor is why it made it to the list. The retro vibes in the bathroom and kitchen completely make you forget about the lack of space. It’s no different than most boutique hotels with bathrooms so tiny you can barely turn around in them. Four guests can comfortably fit into this 1 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment.
This simplistic apartment allows up to 6 guests to enjoy its 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. I’m not used to this type of space in Paris and am sure somebody will appreciate it during their next trip to my favorite city on earth. It offers a full kitchen in addition to a washer, dryer, dishwasher, and self check-in. It’s perfect for a long stay and spacious enough to not feel like you’re suffocating your travel buddies.