Paris has a lot to boast about. Not limited to being the home of the Mona Lisa, the Eiffel Tower and the original Chanel boutique, there’s also exceptional fromage, wine, nutella crepes and more striped Breton T-shirts than you can throw an artisan baguette at.
So when you do as the Parisian's do, it should come as no surprise that a stunning stay is also on the cards which is why we've rounded up the most immaculate Paris Airbnbs, hotels, art lofts and accommodation with views of the Eiffel tower—so you can get planning with that itinerary, stat.
Read on for the best Paris accommodation.
The Best Airbnb In Paris
Moulin Rouge Tower
Not a joke, this secluded stay will only set you back €1 ($1.49 AUD) a night and you’ll get to lap up a private tour of the Moulin Rouge, its history, its costume makers and its backstage area. Aperitifs on the romantic rooftop terrace are a must and will be followed by the Belle Époque menu three-course dinner prepared by resident chef Arnaud Demerville. A classic Parisian petit déjeuner will also be provided the following morning because you’re in France, darling. You’ll even get a meet and greet with lead dancer and Airbnb host, Claudine Van Den Bergh in her dressing room and score photos on stage with the cast of the show so your mates back home can love vicariously and enviously through your Instagram stories.
Now, you’ll want to manning your keyboards pretty closely Wednesday 18 May, as this is when bookings for the Airbnb open. There are three individual one-night only stays on June 13, 20 and 27 so the only question is—who are you taking with you? For more details, head over here.
Shut the front door and tell us this isn’t the Paris Airbnb of your dreams. Perfect for two friends or a couple, this apartment is located in the 18th district and on the second floor of the building (so you can have your cute little lift moment). It’s also about three minutes from station La Fourchette where line 13 will take you to pretty much all the emblematic places of Paris. Book your stay here.
Loft On Canal Street
An ancient industrial building, converted into a charming loft—say no more. Ideal for trips with family or mates, this Airbnb in Paris is the full package giving you direct access to all the main sightseeing locations of Paris. It’s hidden on Canal Saint-Martin and Paris fiends will know this puts in you what’s known as the ‘Bobo’ district. That means you’ll be in prime reach of picturesque boulevards, street art, picnic spots, swinging bridges and the coffee and croissant haven known as Chez Prune. Book your stay here.
The Best Paris Hotel
Monsieur George Hotel & Spa
Real talk, while luxury hotels like The Pullman, Hotel du Louvre and Le Bristol are undoubtedly extravagant and decorated to the superior, Monsieur George Hotel & Spa is the hotel that will really pull out all the stops for you. Period. This timeless and five-star boutique hotel has rooms with gorgeous balconies and skylights, views of the Eiffel Tower and even a secret room hidden in the attic. The cocktail bar here is surrounded by mirrors and there’s even a basement spa (a dedicated wellbeing space converted from old vaulted cellars) with an exposed stone sauna. Book your stay here.
The Best Paris Accommodation With Eiffel Tower Views
Art Deco Apartment
You wanted a view of the Eiffel Tower, so we got you the best damn view in the city. This art deco apartment is like something out of Emily In Paris with two storeys and all the modern furniture. Overlooking the Seine and facing south, this beautiful property is a 10-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower and Trocadero and is also placed near rue de Passy (a hot spot for shops and cafes). At the bottom of this Paris accommodation, bus 72 will take you into the historic centre of Paris along the Seine (Palais de Tokyo, Grand Palais, the Concorde, the Louvre, Orsay, Notre Dame, le Marais). Book your stay here.
The Best Cheap Accommodation In Paris
Au Pacific Hotel
For a budget-friendly stay in Paris, this two-star tourist hotel will save you pennies so you can indulge a little more in everything Paris has to offer (and let’s be honest, you won’t be spending much time in your hotel room anyway). Situated in a super quiet street, near the shopping area of Paris, and next to two metro stations, you’ll have everything you could possibly want right at your fingertips—boulangeries, cheese, wine and arts. Book your stay here.
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