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Paris, 3 ème - Le Marais
from €959/week
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Apartment #167PAR
Paris, 14 ème - Montparnasse
€1,661 - €2,520 per week
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Apartment #179bParis
Paris, 15 ème - Montparnasse
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Apartment #110PAR
Paris, 14 ème - Montparnasse
€831 - €1,056 per week
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Paris Lodging: Where to Stay in Paris

Where to Stay in Paris

Finding lodging while visiting Paris is not that tricky. For those new to travelling in Paris there are 20 separate districts or arrondissements. Each community has its own unique flavor that sets it apart from the others. From the trendy “Old Paris” to the eclectic “Bellville” area a taste of Paris can be obtained from many points of view.

Within each of the twenty arrondissements there are various price points that can be secured. From the most frugal (read tiny) room to the most extravagant (read expensive) five star hotel and everything in between. Paris’ tourism exchange is very strong and a recent count revealed close to 2200 businesses supplying around 85,000 rooms [].

The general room size is smaller and much quainter than an average franchise North American hotel room. France and Paris is a unique and compact city and as a result real estate is of a premium. This makes for interesting morning conversations as most mid to lower priced hotels have a common bathroom ‘down the hall’.

Private baths are usually included in suites, but clarification between a bathtub, or baignoire, or a shower, a douche. It is a good idea as well to pack a small toiletry bag with soap, shampoo and other niceties as most hotels do not include these items.

If the plan is to stay for a week or longer another option is to consider an apartment, condominium or an apartment-hotel. These Paris lodgings offer a residential atmosphere of privacy and offer amenities such as a kitchen, private balcony, and the opportunity to drink in the Paris atmosphere from a locals perspective. These accommodations, depending on the location and size are often less expensive per night than the average hotel.


For budget travelers there are several hostels (and even camp sites) in Paris that provide budget conscious people a satisfactory place to bunk up by the night or by the week. Hostels offer a choice of private bedroom or mixed dorm room sleeping accommodations that are great for the light backpacking traveler.

Most hostels offer free breakfast, internet connections, exchange library and kitchen facilities. Remember to bring your own sleeping bag and towel while traveling in a hostel.

Bed and Breakfast

To get a real taste of the Parisian lifestyle, consider a B & B. A week end retreat or a week long stay can be enjoyed in a private room of a home or a studio. Friendly local advice can often be obtained from the proprietor. Local haunts and the best local deals are often found with the help of seasoned Paris veterans. With single room accommodations starting at around 50€ it is a good option for the frugal traveler.


Traveling on business or with a family can be accommodated with most Paris hotels. The whole family can be housed in a reasonable priced hotel that offers connecting rooms or with the simple addition of a cot. When staying at a hotel with children check to see if a reduced or even free rate is offered for children. If budget is not an issue then consider one of the finest 5 star hotels in the world. Exclusive rooms and proximity to local attractions give Paris’ hotels ‘two thumbs up’. 
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