Where to Stay in Paris
Where to Stay in Paris
Wondering where to stay in Paris? Paris is a city of multifarious and myriad wonders, hidden gems, scintillating attractions and of course, some of the world’s best restaurants and shopping destinations as well. While you are thinking of where to stay in Paris, you should consider our portfolio of serviced apartments and rentals in the city. We offer some of the best serviced apartments that you will find in Paris which are eminently suitable for both leisure and business travelers while being strategically located in the very heart of the city.
This enables easy access to major tourist landmarks, shopping centers, public transit facilities and business zones alike. Our apartments are also well equipped with all the amenities and facilities that you could desire for a memorable stay ahead. Our award-winning reservations team will help you land that perfect serviced apartment in Paris for a fulfilling stay.
Where to Stay in Paris - Our Best Paris Serviced Apartments
We have several serviced apartments in Paris should you still be wondering where to stay in Paris. Some of them include the following:
- Marais Verrerie Serviced Apartment
- Etoile Victor Hugo Serviced Apartment
- Parc Monceau Apartment
- Champs de Mars Serviced Apartment
- Eiffel View Serviced Apartment
- Baby Louvre Serviced Apartment
- Roquette Serviced Apartment
- Fauborg du Temple Serviced Apartment
- Montrogueil Villa Serviced Apartment
- Avenue Montaigne Serviced Apartment
- Temple II Serviced Apartment
These are only some of the rentals that we have in the city and each of them is known for a distinctive vibe, superlative amenities and ample space and flexibility for guests during their stay. We offer apartments at competitive rates which are in sync with industry standards even during peak seasons. If you are touching down in Paris for an extended duration, our pocket-friendly serviced apartments may just be the best solution for your needs.
Why Book Our Serviced Apartments in Paris?
Those wondering where to stay in Paris should definitely book our serviced apartments in the city for a variety of reasons. For starters, we offer spacious and well furnished apartments that promise to keep guests immensely comfortable during their stay in the city. Our apartments come with ample freedom and privacy as well which is more than what you would normally expect at conventional hospitality accommodation. Furthermore, they have all necessary amenities, appliances, security features and other facilities that you can possibly require. From entertainment and recreation to meals, bathroom amenities and plush furnishings, our units come with everything you need for a memorable Paris sojourn. Our rentals are also well connected to leading business, shopping, dining, entertainment and public transit centers in Paris, enabling greater convenience for you during your trip.
Why Book Our Paris Apartments?
Business travelers considering where to stay in Paris should take a closer look at our portfolio of serviced apartments in the city. This is because we understand that you will need to unwind, relax and rejuvenate in total privacy and comfort after spending a long day at work. Our units have the space and flexibility that you need for a memorable stay in Paris. Stay connected to your loved ones, hold meetings with colleagues, call friends over for a memorable evening or simply relax with your favorite beverage and a hot meal. Everything that you need will be at your fingertips courtesy our serviced apartments and round the clock customer support for complete peace of mind. You will also be able to access public transit facilities easily from our apartments along with major business and corporate hubs in Paris.
Where to Stay in Paris for Leisure Travelers
Families and leisure travelers thinking of where to stay in Paris should look no further than our portfolio of well-furnished and spacious serviced apartments in Paris. Our units come with the freedom, privacy and convenience that you require for a pleasant stay with the spouse, kids or even the parents and in-laws in tow. We offer all the amenities, facilities and appliances that you require on a daily basis along with complete freedom to come and go as you please. You will also appreciate easy proximity to major shopping centers, tourist landmarks, restaurants, parks, playgrounds, museums and a lot more. When it comes to staying with family or in bigger groups, our serviced apartments in Paris are your best bet.
Top Paris Attractions Near Our Serviced Apartments
There are several attractions and things to do in Paris which you can access from our serviced apartments. These include the following:
- Eiffel Tower - Undoubtedly the biggest attraction for visitors to Paris, the Eiffel Tower is symbolic of the city and one of the biggest landmarks for tourists throughout the world. Finished in the year 1889 as the centerpiece for the Exposition Universelle, it goes up to a whopping 324 meters or 1,063 ft, being the tallest structure in Paris itself. More than 7 million people come to visit the Eiffel Tower annually. When you are here, you should climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower for an exhilarating experience. Legends state that iconic French author Guy de Maupassant would dine here each day in the restaurant housed in the tower. The reason behind this is intriguing, i.e. this was the sole place in the city of Paris where he did not have to look at the tower itself!
- Arc de Triomphe - The Arc de Triomphe was originally conceived in 1806 by none other than Napoleon Bonaparte for commemorating the victory of his army at the Battle of Austerlitz. This is the biggest triumphal arch worldwide and required three decades for completion. The eternal flame housed underneath this immaculately sculpted arch and right above the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, has been relit each and every single day at 6.30 PM from the 11th of November, 1923, making this a highly special site to visit in Paris. This is also where the official street party takes place on New Year’s Eve in Paris, ending with the fabulous light show which is held at midnight.
- Tuileries Garden - The Tuileries Garden or Jardin des Tuileries is the biggest and oldest garden for the public in Paris. It offers gorgeous views of the Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde at one flank with the Louvre being shown on another flank as well. This is where you can take a charming garden stroll right over pathways which are graveled and lawns which are manicured in a stately manner. You can also stop to have a coffee alongside the route. Andre Le Notre designed this park and is known as the man who designed the landmark Versailles gardens. This park was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site back in the year 1991.
- Louvre Museum - The Louvre Museum is situated in one of the most strategic locations of Paris. From the eastern end of the Tuileries Garden, you can just take a walk through the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel before you find yourself venturing into the grounds of what is the world’s largest art museum, namely the Louvre. The former history of the structure as a magnificent royal palace is still visible through several remnants and the museum houses a staggering collection of 38,000 items. It is the world’s most visited museum as per reports, lending it huge strategic importance of its own.
- Palais Garnier - The Palais Garnier opera house is located right on the Boulevard des Capucines and was built in the 1861-1875 period as one of the city’s most luxuriously designed and opulent landmarks. There were 73 sculptors working in tandem with 14 mosaicists and painters for ornamenting its south façade as per urban legends. It has been the inspiration for several memorable arts over the decades from Phantom of the Opera, the musical and even the painted ceiling of Marc Chagall which was unveiled here back in the year 1964.
- Moulin Rouge - In 1889, Joseph Oller and Charles Zidler founded the iconic Moulin Rouge establishment which quickly became one of the world’s most famous and coveted partying destinations. Along with cabaret which it has largely popularized, Moulin Rouge is known for its fabulous Feerie show which is an experience worth having in Paris. The iconic red windmill is where you will be able to snap the selfie of a lifetime.
- Sacre Cœur - The cathedral is accessible through a walk amidst Montmartre streets or going up the steep hilltop below via cable car. It is located on the city’s highest point with its white basilica being visible from several locations in Paris. The views from the biggest dome are simply spectacular to say the least. It was designed by Paul Abadie and construction started back in the year 1875. Consecration took place here post the conclusion of the First World War in the year 1919.
- Center Georges Pompidou - Center Georges Pompidou is known for its signature inside-out look courtesy Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers and opened on the 31st of January, 1977. It houses the Musee National d’Art Moderne along with the Bibliotheque Publique d’Information and also the IRCAM, the center dedicated for acoustic and musical research initiatives. Taking the escalator till the 5th floor will also give you a stunning view of the city.
- Place des Vosges - Place des Vosges is the city’s oldest square which was planned and built in 1605-1612 by Henri IV. It is known for its charming red-brick structures and carefully trimmed trees and for its history as a coveted destination for the nobility in France throughout the 17th and 18th centuries alike. The famous mansions on this stretch with impeccably manicured lawns have several well-known museums today.
- Place de la Bastille - The iconic site of the French Revolution in 1789, this is where you will find some remnants of the Bastille prison which was stormed to start the Revolution itself. There are some stones inlaid in the road surface and street and the column in the center of the location or the Spirit of Freedom (Genie de la Liberte) surprisingly commemorates not the French Revolution but the 1830 July Revolution.
Best Paris Restaurants Near Our Serviced Apartments
There are several restaurants located near our serviced apartments in Paris. These include the following:
- Septime - Septime is a comforting, warm and exquisite restaurant that emphasizes on vegetable and plant based dishes which keep changing periodically. Offering fine dining at its best, this is where you will savor the finest flavors in each single ingredient along with novel textures alike.
- Allard - A classic gourmet destination or bistro in Paris, this is where food is crafted as a thing of beauty and plated likewise. The duck with green olives is one of the top picks at Allard and so are poached turbot, frogs’ legs and duck foie gras among other delights.
- Epicure - A triple Michelin starred establishment, Epicure offers impeccable service, tasteful décor and charming white tablecloths. Tables before the window have a garden view while there is subtle music accompanying one of a kind mealtime experiences for visitors.
- Clamato - Clamato is known for its innovative menu consisting of shellfish dishes and other seafood. You can consider tasting the lovely cod fritters with wankaina sauce here along with the best Maldon oysters, line-caught Meagre with radishes and cilantro, swordfish ceviche with lime and ceviche-esque raw scallops topped with lentils and in orange juice.
- Tannat - Tannat fuses fine dining and French culinary influences with graphic and innovative styles of plating. Seasonal items are highlighted along with root vegetables. The menu has an extensive selection of wine too.
- Benoit Paris - Benoit Paris is another establishment with classic décor touches. Try the Scottish salmon with Bearnaise sauce here.
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