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in Paris, France

With one of the most instantly recognisable monuments on the planet at its centre, Paris is eclectic, vivacious, and full of life. From the classic Haussmann buildings and the industrial architecture of the Pompidou Centre to the huge parks and the leafy boulevards, Paris is truly astounding. Our Paris vacation rentals give you the chance to live the Parisian lifestyle for yourself, whether you’re planning a romantic long weekend or a fun-filled family break.

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Paris, a place like no other. Bursting with history, culture, fashion and food, the city is a melting pot of cultures, a birthplace of revolutions and home to some of the finest restaurants in the world. Although the iconic sights, such as the Eiffel Tower, La Basilique du Sacré-Cœur and the Musée du Louvre, are wonderful, scratch beneath the surface and you’ll find there’s so much more to this charming, vivacious city.

Spanning 20 unique arrondissements, or neighbourhoods, each part of the city has its own distinct character and personality. Our luxury apartments and vacation rentals in Paris are spread across the city, meaning you can choose the neighbourhood which suits you the most. Rub shoulders with the city’s chicest inhabitants in the designer boutiques lining Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, wander along the Promenade Plantée (which follows the old tracks of the Vincennes Railway Line) or simply sip wine on a café terrace in Le Marais and watch the world go by. The real beating heart of Paris is to be found on its streets.

Scale the steep slopes of Montmartre, dive into Bellville’s monthly street food market, browse the goods at Les Puces de Paris Saint-Ouen (the world’s biggest antique market) or wander down to Le Canal St Martin in time for apéro (i.e. pre-dinner drinks). With an endless array of pop-up events, expositions, artisanal markets and, of course, food and drink hotspots, Paris invites you to discover a whole new world of culture and cuisine.

Things you can’t miss in Paris
  • Treat yourself to some of the local sweet treats in a pâtisserie (éclairs, macarons and chou à la crème are just a few of our favourites).
  • Leave some room in your suitcase to shop your way through iconic Parisian department stores, La Samaritaine and Le Bon Marché.
  • Discover Parisian culture by attending one of the city’s various shows - whether at the Opéra Garnier, the Philharmonie de Paris or the Accor Arena, there are a host of captivating performances waiting for you.

Our insider tips for Paris

“The scent of fresh bread in the morning, the gentle breeze as you cycle along the Seine, the sound of chatter and clinking glasses floating down from the café terraces... Paris captures the imagination and delights the senses unlike anywhere else in the world.”

Charles Aubert Travel Advisor
Charles Aubert

Why stay with us?

Curated and inspected homes, villas & chalets
Luxury linen and toiletries
Round the clock support
Complimentary weekly clean
Dedicated concierge
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Complimentary medical support in partnership with AXA

Enhance your Paris stay

Your luxury onefinestay rental home or apartment in Paris comes with a host of additional services, including wellness activities, sports and equipment hire, dinner reservations, a personal chef, childcare, car hire, entertainment, and celebratory decorations. Just ask your dedicated concierge for more details.
Explore your dream destination with VIP car rental. Your dedicated concierge can arrange delivery of your rental car to your door on arrival.

Car rental

Why drive yourself when you can sit back and relax? Your personal chauffeur can take you to your destination’s best-kept-secret spots in real style.


Don’t worry if you’ve forgotten the pushchair, we have everything our younger guests need to rent including a selection of age-appropriate toys.

Child toy & equipment rental

Looking forward to some treats and a bottle or two of wine? Your personal concierge can arrange grocery deliveries on arrival and during your stay.

Grocery delivery

Using the best fresh ingredients, your private chef can create a meal to remember. Why not learn a few culinary tricks with in-home cooking lessons?

Private chef

Let your dedicated concierge take all the hassle out of transfers so you can start your dream vacation from the moment you step off the plane.


Essential Paris information

When to visit Paris


Please note: these are the average temperatures reported but can vary greatly due to weather conditions, such as heat waves etc. We kindly invite you to contact us for more information, including confirmation that your chosen home has air conditioning, to ensure a comfortable stay.

Best time to go

  • During spring: Paris in the spring is so famous they wrote a song about it. The city’s parks and boulevards are full of cherry blossoms. The temperatures can range from a chilly 5°C (41°F) in early March through to a balmy 20°C (68°F) in May. If you do encounter any rain showers they are usually brief and, with so many museums and galleries to explore, there is always somewhere to shelter until the drizzle stops.

  • During summer: summer in Paris sees plenty of visitors, especially at the main attractions such as the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, but a short stroll through the back streets takes you well away from the throng and into the real Paris. Temperatures can soar up to 30°C during August, when you’ll find that the streets are often a little quieter because of the annual French holiday period.

  • During autumn: autumn brings a surge of colour to the parks as the leaves turn to various shades of gold, amber and red. The city will still be busy though, as Paris is a year-round destination and autumn is the most popular time for long weekend breaks and city getaways. The quietest period is November, just after the French autumn school holidays and before the bustle of Christmas.

  • During winter: Paris’ winter attractions include Christmas markets and festivities. The temperature doesn’t drop as low as in other European capitals, hovering around 7-8°C (45-46°F) during the day. You will still need to pack a jumper or two if you’re visiting Paris in the winter, as the evenings can be chilly. A turn on one of the many skating rinks that pop up during winter is a great way to warm up, and a perfect excuse for a creamy hot chocolate afterwards in one of the city’s cafés.

How to get there

Make the journey as memorable as the arrival. Your dedicated concierge can arrange transportation from the closest airport or train station to your Paris rental apartment.

By plane

Paris has three international airports, of which Charles De Gaulle is the largest and where most international flights land. The other airports are Orly International Airport to the southwest of the city, and Beauvais Airport to the north. Your dedicated concierge can arrange a VIP transfer to your Paris vacation rental or apartment or ensure that your hire car is waiting for you on arrival.

By train

Paris is a major destination for the Eurostar, which arrives at Gare du Nord, and there are six major train stations spread across the city rather than one central one. Getting around the city and to and from stations is easy thanks to the Metro system. For travel between European countries, the SNCF network connects Paris with Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Germany. National connections cover the whole of France, from the French Riviera to Normandy and beyond. The Orient Express is perhaps the ultimate indulgence for travellers who want to head on to Venice after staying at one of our Paris vacation rentals.

By car

The French road network is well laid out and a large ring road encircles Paris, providing you with access to the suburbs as well as the city centre. Parking is charged at a premium, especially close to the major monuments and attractions. If your vacation rental is in the centre of the city a better way to travel around is by metro or taxi.

Local tips

  • Always check opening times, especially for restaurants and shops, as they may close during the afternoon or on Sundays/Mondays. Dining out in Paris is a must, and the best restaurants fill up fast so make sure to book them well in advance.
  • If you do not want to climb up the 237 stairs leading to the famous Sacré-Cœur, you can use the funicular, which takes less than two minutes and is the price of a Metro ticket.
  • If you choose to take advantage of the Metro buy a Navigo card instead of individual tickets - it is much more convenient, and you don't have to keep track of dozens of paper tickets.

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