Paris is home to an impressive collection of extended-stay hotels, which offer visitors the chance to enjoy home-like amenities while visiting town. These lodging choices provide kitchens, laundry services and more space than typical hotel rooms, so they’re perfect for visitors coming to town on business or looking to relocate to the area.
TravelMag has compared the various extended stay options in Paris and selected five in different price ranges. While all of them are recommended by our editors and offer similar amenities, they each provide something a little different to suit both your budget and your needs while traveling.
From $99/ night
This efficient but comfortable “aparthotel” is located on a quiet road in the 20th arrondissement, with little noise from traffic or crowds. While this neighborhood is home to attractions like galleries, markets, the sprawling Parc des Buttes Chaumont, and the historic Père-Lachaise cemetery (of which there is a view from most rooms), it’s also less tourist-saturated and relatively affordable. It’s less than 100m away from food shops and the closest metro station, making it extremely convenient to the rest of the city. The property is 100% smoke free and pet friendly. WiFi is included; two room sizes (for two or four people) make this an accommodating choice for traveling families or other small groups. Be prepared to bring your own niceties like linens, hair dryers and toiletries. Bonus: plenty of parking and an outdoor courtyard with communal seating.
From $129/ night
This property is another offering from the Adagio Access family. This one has a more contemporary feel in a central, bustling part of the city. Due to its location and size of its rooms, it’s a strong option for business travelers or couples that are comfortable sharing space in a metropolitan atmosphere. Since it’s in the heart of Paris, your stay will be complete with the sights and sounds of the city (around the clock). In addition to the nearby metro stop, it’s within walking distance to world-class heritage sites like the Place de la Bastille and the Bastille Opera House. Wired internet access is available in some rooms for a fee. Rooms are designed to fit either one or two people. It’s also smoke free, pet friendly and offers limited parking.
From $149/ night
This extended-stay hotel gives you a taste of two worlds: it’s located in one of the most historically colorful and bohemian parts of the city, but on a residential street. This neighborhood could be compared to an old-fashioned Paris postcard -– narrow, hilly streets and walkways nestled amongst historic architecture with nightlife favorites like the Moulin Rouge, and Butte Montmartre (the highest point in the city) towering over it all.. Studio-sized rooms are equipped for one to two people, and apartment-sized rooms fit up to four adults. All rooms have understated modern styling, Internet access (but not necessarily WiFi), housekeeping, weekly linen changes, and an entertainment system. Additional on-site paid amenities include breakfast, babysitting, dry cleaning, laundry, and parking. There is also a shared garden, sundeck, and charming roof terrace with a panoramic view of the city.
From $113/ night
As with the other offerings from Citadines, this is a large hotel with both studio and apartment-sized suites. Perks like housekeeping, weekly linen changes, and additional paid amenities offer the convenience and comforts of a home base without venturing off-premises. Like the economical Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste, this location is a little off the beaten path in the 20th arrondissement. By comparison, the Citadines property has a greater selection of amenities, which is favorable for travelers drawn to the area but less inclined toward efficiencies.
From $195/ night
Our third selection from Citadines offers the same favorably reviewed contemporary comforts of the rest of the hospitality brand, but in the pedestrian center of the French capital. There is no parking at the hotel, but you won’t miss it — you can access many of the city’s business areas by foot. You can also relax with a walk by the colorful Seine, visit the famous open-air flower market, or make your way to quintessential landmarks like Notre Dame, the Louvre and Champs-Élysées. This is a great location from which even the most casual of travelers can enjoy Paris’s most celebrated attractions.