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Rooms for Rent in Paris?
i will be in Paris for a week how much are the rooms for rent? Where do I look? Please direct me. I need help.
- TinLv 710 years agoFavorite Answer
Rooms? In Paris, Bed and breakfast accommodation cost more expensive than hotels.
The website of the tourist office Paris give a complete list : hostels, B&B, hotels, flats.
The cheapest hostel I know is this http://www.bastillehostel.com/
flat rentals http://vacation.lodgis.com/en-gb/paris/listing/
A list of hotels in central Paris, rates between 59€ and 100€, in nice and safe areas.
http://www.hoteldelaportedoree.com/fr/ not so central, in the 12th district near Nation but it's a good inexpensive hotel.
see also http://www.tripadvisor.com/ you'll find a list of hotels, with clients reviews, pictures, prices.
Nice areas of Paris : 75006; 75007; 75008; 75005; 75004 (saint Louis Island or Le Marais); 75016 (between Trocadéro and the Arc of Triumph), 75017 (between Arc of Triumph, Ternes square and Parc Monceau).
Areas that I wouldn't recommend : the North and the East of Paris : around Gare de l'Est, gare du Nord, Clichy, Pigalle (lots of sex shops around), Barbès, Clignancourt.Source(s): Parisian. I organise the stay of friends coming to Paris.
- Anonymous10 years ago
Rent an appartment may be a godd way to save a little extra cash in Paris ;)
I recommend you to look at http://www.2beapart.com/ , since it's available in English, but you can also check HouseTrip.com and Abritel.fr (the last one is only available in french, use google translation ;).
You're looking between 600 and 800 EUR for 2 people, for one week, in the center of Paris, remember you can get a cheaper price if you go in areas where there is nothing much to see. But remember: Paris is not that big and subways are VERY convenient, so being near a subway station might be enough, even if you're not in the historical center. To help you choose: Paris a a circle, the main attractions are in the center of the circle, the more you go away from this center the less things you'll see, but the cheaper you'll pay.
I hop this will help.
Trully yours.Source(s): Me, Myself and I, Paris born and raised
- 10 years ago
If you are staying for a week, perhaps renting a studio would be cheaper, but I am not sure. I personally prefer hotels for their convenience. Most hotels give some discount if you stay 3 nights or more, make sure you check their special deals.
In a great, very lively and fairly central location, between the Marais and the republique, Hotel Annexe and Hotel Taylor are excellent budget hotels.
On the other side of the Seine, in another very lively hub, the Montparnasse, Hotel de Blois and Hotel Aberotel are cheaper places I know.
Relatively close to the Eiffel Tower in a nice residential area Hotel Alize Grenelle and Hotel Beaugrenelle Saint Charles are decent places.
It used to be much cheaper but still reasonably priced, Hotel Damremont is a nice budget hotel in Montmartre.
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- 10 years ago
Furnished Paris apartments: