If you have ever been to Paris, no introduction is truly needed to this spectacular City of Light.
If you haven't, then prepare yourself for enough time to take advantage of all this historically beautiful city has to offer from
season to season. Take time to walk from the Right Bank to the Left Bank in the autumn months, discovering the Venus di Milo at the
Louvre Museum or Degas' dancers at the Musee d'Orsay, or other spectacular art at one of the city's other 14 famous museums. Be wowed
by the Eiffel Tower's display of shimmering lights during the holidays. Stroll the scented gardens and witness the blooming tulips of
the Les Tuilierie in the spring, and don't miss the famous clothing sales if you find yourself there in the summer.
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Ernest Hemingway wrote, "If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast." Spend a week as a Parisian when you rent one of our ten Paris apartments, located throughout the city's iconic neighborhoods, such as Le Marais and Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
We offer pied-a-terres for one or two, or larger apartments for a family travelling together. Enjoy the space and privacy that renting an apartment provides, coupled with the security of knowing our specialists have visted these first-hand, and can direct you to the best one to suit your needs.
Along with our local property manager, our villa specialists are on call should you need anything, and available to organize any activities, or special needs you may have.
On rue de Berri is the Lancaster, located in a renovated 19th-century townhouse and regarded by many one of the great small hotels in all of Europe. Tucked into the Saint-Germain des Prés area of Paris along rue Saint Benoit in the heart of the chic Left Bank is the popular Bel-Ami hotel, refurbished to contemporary standards of comfort and modern amenity.
Also on the Left Bank is the Montalembert, the foremost boutique hotel in the Latin Quarter, within a short stroll of the famous sidewalk cafés Les Deux Magots and Café Flore. The Hausmann-style mansion that houses the Trocadéro Dokhan's Sofitel hotel is located between the Trocadéro and the Arc de Triomphe.