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The best Airbnbs in Paris

Planning a visit to the French capital? Explore it in style from one of these stylish Airbnbs in Paris

Written by
Danielle Goldstein
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Visiting Paris is always a good idea. The City of Light makes for a dreamy getaway, and its diverse neighbourhoods mean that you can experience a new side each time. And while Paris is known for being, shall we say, a little pricey when it comes to accommodation, Airbnb is a fantastic option for affordable, left-field options (although all-out luxury is on offer, too!). We've searched the city – from the enchanting village feel of Montmartre to the très trendy South Pigalle – to find some of the loveliest stays that are walking distance from some of the biggest tourist attractions and activities in the capital.

Note: please check the latest travel guidance before booking your trip.

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The best Paris Airbnbs

Planning your first trip to the City of Light? This immaculate studio apartment could be exactly what you're looking for. Located in the heart of the 1st Arrondissement, it's a short walk to the Louvre, Place de la Concorde and the Champs-Élysées and directly across the street from the Metro. Huge windows and luxe furnishings make this a bright and beautiful base from which to explore Paris.

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Cosy flat in South Pigalle

Located in So-Pi, this pretty little flat will have you surrounded by the seemingly endless cafés, chocolateries and cocktail bars. Plus a stroll northwards will find you at Moulin Rouge (to the west) and Sacré-Cœur (to the east). The apartment itself is bright and spacious, with a balcony to have croissants and coffee on in the mornings.

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Art Deco apartment with Eiffel Tower views

Looking for a romantic retreat? Imagine sipping wine from your spacious terrace watching lights glitter across the Seine all the way to the Eiffel Tower. Not only is this apartment perfectly located a ten-minute walk from the Trocadéro, but it's gorgeous inside, too. Its two floors are connected with a curved Art Deco staircase and furnishings are quirky and stylish.

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A four-bedroom industrial loft

The owners of this wonderfully rustic loft conversion took an old industrial building and transformed it into one of Paris's most beautiful Airbnb spots. There's boatloads of space, and the aesthetic that makes this place so alluring is best seen in the high-ceilinged living space, the sun streaming through the skylights. 

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Quaint apartment in Saint-Germain-des-Prés

A quaint apartment south of the Seine that boasts beautiful exposed brick and original beams. Nearby you'll find the historic coffeehouse Café de Flore, Paris's oldest restaurant, Le Procope, and the exotic Jardin du Luxembourg.

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Charming one-bed apartment in Canal Saint-Martin

If you're coming into Paris via Gare du Nord, Canal Saint-Martin is an ideal district to stay in as it's only a ten-minute walk away. It also offers stunning views of the water, cobbled streets and eateries aplenty. This pretty apartment has a kitchenette-cum-living room, with separate bedroom (and sofabed) and sleeps up to three people.

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Open-plan apartment in Montmartre

Located only a short stroll north of the striking structure on the hill that is Sacré-Cœur, this cute flat provides a homely, light and airy space for two to relax in. There's an old-school feel in this area (think 'Amelie', as a lot of it was filmed here) with seriously quaint bistros, architecture and shops.

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Studio apartment, Le Marais

A sweet studio in the leafy Marais district, offering shed loads more light and space than you'd typically get in a Parisian apartment. There's a washing machine and a kitchenette with all the mod cons, plus its central location means it's walking distance to most sites (and surrounded by Metro stations for everything else). With one double bed and a sofabed, this place can accomodate four, but would be more comfortable for two.

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A whole house in Chinatown. This place sleeps eight comfortably (more could fit on sofas) and has a vibrant decor that reflects that personalities of the family that usually lives here. There are loads of amazing Chinese restaurants and supermarkets in this area, plus it's a short walk from the luscious Parc des Buttes-Chaumont.

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A room in a Belleville private garden

This is an ensuite room-only situation, but it's too beautiful to miss out. Architecturally and decoratively stunning, with pyramidic doors that lead out onto a spacious suntrap of a terrace. There's no kitchen, but there are tea/coffee-making facilities, and there are more than enough affordable eateries around Belleville to satisfy you. 

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