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Townhouse in Passy
Maison Montespan
Stay like in a palace with daily housekeeping, breakfast, afternoon tea, and the full service of a personal butler at your disposal, all included in the rates. Find privacy in the city at this 16th-Arrondissement maison, not far from the Arc de Triomphe in the heart of Paris. Listen to the city of lights while you enjoy an alfresco breakfast on the elevated terrace. Finish your espresso while you catch up on some reading beneath the shaded overhang. Then, walk to Avenue Victor Hugo to see some of the country’s most beautiful architecture. Follow parquet floors through living and dining areas, past the grand piano, and out French doors to breezy balcony. Stop for a moment and smell the flowers on Maison Montespan’s expertly decorated garden terrace. Make yourself a snack in the outdoor kitchen. Or, use the fully-equipped kitchen inside to whip up something more substantial. Then, relax upon plush contemporary furniture in the living room. If the mood strikes, schedule a private yoga lesson in the home gym or swim in the counter-current indoor pool. After, rejuvenate in the ensuite’s spa-like soaking tub while the kids watch a movie in the media room. Then, make life even more comfortable and bring in a private chef for dinner. Housekeeping is complimentary, as is breakfast, and there’s a long list of luxurious add-ons available. Paris has no shortage of photo opportunities, so make sure to bring your camera when you visit the Eiffel Tower, Champs-Elysees, Notre-Dame, and the Palace of Versailles. When you need a break from the bustling streets, spend a few hours casually wandering the Louvre or take a guided tour if you’d like the history lesson. Then, walk over to the Seine for a dinner cruise at Calife. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primary: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower & bathtub, Dual vanity, Television, Desk, Private balcony • Bedroom 2: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with shower/bathtub combo, Television • Bedroom 3: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Television • Bedroom 4: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Television, Desk • Bedroom 5: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Television STAFF & SERVICES Extra cost (advance notice may be required): • Activities and excursions • Security agent • Coach • Sommelier • Wine cellar  • Babysitter
Apr 19 – 26
$10,590 per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 5 reviews
Villa in Paris
Maison Cardinal Furstemberg
BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primary: King size bed, Twin size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower & bathtub, Dual vanity, Television, Sofa, Safe • Bedroom 2: Double size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Television • Bedroom 3: Double size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Television STAFF & SERVICES Included: • Concierge service • More under “Add-on services” below Extra Cost (advance notice may be required): • Activities and excursions • Masseuse • Babysitting service • Breakfast
Nov 5 – 12
$2,706 per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 11 reviews
Apartment in Paris
Appartement Avenue Montaigne
Au cœur de l'une des avenues les plus prestigieuses de Paris, cet appartement de 235m2 avec 3m80 de hauteur sous plafond offre une expérience de vie exceptionnelle pour ceux qui recherchent le meilleur de la capitale française. Les espaces de vie comprennent un salon spacieux, une salle à manger pouvant accueillir dix convives et une cuisine entièrement équipée. Les quatre chambres disposent de salles de bains privatives, offrant luxe, intimité et confort. La résidence est surveillée 24/7
Mar 27 – Apr 3
$3,544 per night
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All about Paris

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One of Europe’s most famous – and most beautiful – capitals, Paris has been capturing the hearts and imaginations of artists, writers, and travelers for hundreds of years, and it’s not hard to see why. From wide, tree-lined avenues to picturesque cobbled streets, a sense of history and romance permeates the city. There is something to discover around almost every corner.

Split almost through the middle by the river Seine, with the Left Bank (or Rive Gauche) to the south and the Right Bank (Rive Droite) to the North, the city is then further divided into 20 smaller districts, or, arrondissements, which fan out from the center in a clockwise spiral. Each neighborhood has something unique to offer, but visitors on a tighter schedule should aim to take in at least the most central ‘single digit’ arrondissements, which are home to almost all of the major sights.

Apart from the month of August, when many stores, restaurants, and other businesses close for summer vacation, Paris is the perfect year-round destination. In spring, the mild temperatures will make sightseeing a breeze, while in winter Paris takes on a festive feel which will leave you in no doubt as to why it is known as the City of Light.

Hit the shops

From Coco Chanel to Christian Dior to Yves Saint Laurent, many of the world’s most famous fashion designers have lived and worked in Paris, finding inspiration in the city’s art, architecture and, of course, its famously stylish inhabitants. These days, shoppers flock to the French capital to browse the designer flagships of Rue Saint-Honoré and Avenue Montaigne, as well as the independent boutiques of Le Marais on the Rive Droite and Saint-Germain-des-Prés on the Rive Gauche. Paris is also home to some iconic department stores. Just steps from the historic Opéra Garnier, you’ll find both the spectacular Galeries Lafayette and Printemps, while in the upscale 7th arrondissement, Le Bon Marché offers big-name designer brands and niche labels in an extremely refined setting.

It would be easy enough to spend an entire weekend simply exploring the famous Louvre museum. It is home to some of the world’s most culturally significant and recognizable paintings (including, of course, the Mona Lisa), as well as a huge array of historic artifacts and sculptures. Yet Paris has so much more to offer when it comes to art. Fans of impressionism and expressionism should head to the Musée d’Orsay, where the likes of Monet, Van Gogh, Gauguin and more are displayed in the stunning surrounds of a former railway station, while if your tastes err more on the side of the contemporary, the Centre Pompidou is not to be missed. Built in the 1970s, this architectural masterpiece houses the Musée Nationale d’Art Moderne, a collection of over 100,000 works by 6,400 artists from across the globe, dating from 1905 to the present day.

Visit Versailles

Versailles is a city in its own right located just 16 miles to the west of Paris. The short train journey of around 45 minutes makes it the perfect day trip for those looking to explore beyond the confines of Paris. Once you’re there, the main draw is the legendary Château de Versailles. It was built in 1624 by French king Louis XIII but expanded dramatically and with no expense spared throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, most famously by Louis XIV. The sprawling 700-room royal residence glitters with gold leaf, huge mirrors, and gigantic crystal chandeliers, while its extensive gardens boast ostentatious fountains, a grotto, a labyrinth and even a faux-rustic hamlet.

Explore Montmartre

Situated on top of a large hill in the north of the city, Montmartre has the feel of a quaint French village. Its pretty cobbled streets and squares are lined with colorful houses and cozy cafes, which will be familiar to anyone who has seen the film Amélie. Prior to World War One, the neighborhood was home to celebrated artists including Pablo Picasso, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and Amadeo Modigliani, many of whom are buried in the nearby Cimitière de Montmartre. Take in the views across Paris from the steps of the Basilique du Sacre Coeur, the white marble monument to the Franco-Prussian war, before heading for dinner in one of the area’s many traditional bistros.

Experience like city a local in one of our Paris luxury homes

After a long day of sightseeing and shopping, you’ll need somewhere comfortable to return to. Our luxurious Parisian apartments will have you feeling right at home.

6** th **** arrondissement vacation rentals**

Otherwise known as Saint-Germain-des-Prés, this Left Bank neighborhood has a bohemian-chic vibe, with independent boutiques and tiny wine bars sitting alongside private art galleries, designer stores, and Michelin-starred restaurants. The nearby Sorbonne university lends a scholarly feel to the area, which can be soaked up alongside a cup of coffee or chocolat chaud at Les Deux Magots, a favorite haunt of the philosophers Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre, as well as writers James Baldwin and Ernest Hemingway. Our6th arrondissement vacation rentals offer plenty of Parisian charm, with typical Haussmannian features such as high ceilings, large windows, and wrought-iron balconies.

Champs-Elysées apartment rentals

It’s one of the most famous streets in the world, so where better to stay on your trip to Paris than in one of ourChamps-Elysées vacation rentals ? Stretching for over a mile from Place de la Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe, the Avenue des Champs-Elysées is home to museums including the Grand Palais and Petit Palais, the historic Théâtre Marigny and the Elysée Palace, the French president’s official residence. And then, of course, there’s the shopping: on the Champs-Elysées and nearby Avenue Montaigne, you’ll find the flagship stores of prestigious fashion houses including Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Balenciaga, and Gucci, to name just a few. With space for up to seven guests, our Champs-Elysées apartments are the perfect choice for trips with family or friends.

Take your honeymoon in Paris

Paris is well-known as one of the world’s most romantic destinations, and with good reason. Couples who decide tohoneymoon in Paris can enjoy candlelit dinners at fabulous restaurants and cruises along the river Seine, as well as unrivaled shopping and culture. If you’re planning a special stay in this beautiful city, be sure to check out our selection of luxurious apartments, some of which offer views of the Eiffel Tower.

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