When this picture popped up on my Facebook newsfeed today, I immediately smiled…
How has it already been 1 year since we were in Paris?
As a throwback to my one of my favorite cities in the world, I want to share 5 of my favorite Air BnBs that I’ve found in the City of Lights. Or is it City of Love? I say both!
If You Want Cozy + Modern + Affordable
This 1 bedroom charming flat is under $175/night and located in the Latin Quarter, near great restaurants & nightlife. The location is perfect and it’s got all you need if you’re in Paris for a few days. The apartment looks clean, updated and bright! Look at all of the natural light coming in. An excellent, budget-friendly choice.
If You Want a Tres Chic Place With A View of the Eiffel Towel
While having this view comes with a price, this place is sooo Parisian! From the chevron hardwood floors to the french doors leading to balconies, this will have you feeling like a local in no time. Bonus: it’s two bedroom so this would be great for a group of friends, family or two couples. And let’s be honest, you can’t beat that view…
If You Want to Splurge on Luxury
By far the most expensive on my list, this rental is luxurious bordering on gaudy…and I love it. The silk sheets, the ornate crown molding, the over-the-top decor, it’s super luxurious. Located in Saint-Germain, this place is a dream come true if you can afford it. To me, it feels like a posh French hotel but you have the space of an apartment. I mean, look at that kitchen!
If You’re Traveling Solo
This 1 bed studio is perfectly tucked away in La Marais, arguably my favorite neighborhood in all of Paris. It’s got charming touches, old French architecture, and all you need to feel comfortable for a few days…all within walking distance to the best shops, restaurants & sights.
If You Want Amenities & Local Interaction
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