Although it's exciting to visit and stay in Paris all on your own, you still might not be able to afford it. The living costs in Paris are sky-high and unless you earn seven figures, you're better off sharing your place with a roommate. It's less privacy, sure, but it's not that bad of a deal! Especially since there are plenty of luxury apartments in Paris
that are perfect to share with a roommate. In terms of space, privacy, and amenities—not to mention their great locations too!—these amazing rentals don't lack anything at all.
Villa du Lavoir
If you can rent this stunning four-bedroom Villa du Lavoir luxury home near Canal Saint-Martin, then you probably don't need to seek a roommate to help with your living costs in Paris
. But still, with such a massive place, it's better (and more cost-effective) if you live here with other people. Ordinarily, this sort of luxury Parisian apartment is more suited for a family. Even some of the rooms are decorated for kids. But with a few tweaks here and there, you and three other adults can still live the good life here. There's so much space that each of you can also enjoy your own privacy too!
Rue Lauriston Loft
A loft Paris luxury apartment always makes for a great home to share with a roommate. Take this cool rental on Rue Lauriston in the Champs-Élysées district
, for example. With a mezzanine to separate the rooms from the common areas, you can each enjoy your own space within the apartment. Both of them have enough legroom that you won't feel like you got the smaller room or the shorter end of the deal. And when you want to hang out, there's a massive living room and dining area. They're great spots for a nice chat or for inviting more friends over!
Rue Jules César Loft
Another great loft that you and your potential roommate/s can consider is this cool, slightly industrial-style Paris luxury apartment on Rue Jules César. Located in the Bastille neighborhood of Paris
, it's not a bad area to settle down in. It even has lots of cool features. Apart from the spacious two bedrooms, there's a nice corner where you can work and practically turn into a studio if your job involves making stuff. The skylight and big floor-to-ceiling windows put in all the light. You barely have to turn on the lights during the day. And if you and/or your roommate is/are a foodie/s, there's a nice kitchen where you can prepare and eat as many dishes as you like!
Avenue de la Bourdonnais III
If you're gonna share your luxury apartment in Paris with someone else, might as well get one with a great view, right? That's why this chic, cream-colored home on Avenue de la Bourdonnais III is a nice choice. From the living room, you can already see the Eiffel Tower
in all its iconic glory. It's a sight you can enjoy as you stay warm by the fireplace, especially during winter. And what a backdrop you have when you invite people over for a tiny soirée! As for the rooms, they're just as big and bright as you'd expect. The only drawback? Only one room shares the view of the Eiffel Tower. You're gonna have to fight fair and square with your roommate to get this room!
Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle IV
At first glance, this three-bedroom Paris luxury apartment on Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle doesn't seem all that much. It's in a great location near the Louvre
though, but beyond what, what else is there? Well, for one thing, it's pretty huge. Remember that not all the apartments in Paris are as big as this one, so for you to score this with your roommates means you had great luck. Also, the place has plenty of great features. The mini entertainment area with the TV and foosball table, for example, is a great spot to have fun and deepen your bond as roommates.
Quai de la Tournelle II
Looking to move to Paris
and live in the Latin Quarter
with your friend? Then you ought to check out this pleasant luxury Parisian apartment on Quai de la Tournelle. It might not seem like much at first glance, but when you explore the place further, you'll realize that it has lots of space. Not only that, but both bedrooms offer magnificent views of the city. It's as if a Paris postcard is stamped on your window. Waking up to such a sight every day while you're here isn't such a bad idea!
Avenue de Wagram IV
This fine Paris luxury apartment on Avenue de Wagram in the Batignolles area
is a perfect example of a good balance between classic style and modern-day design. With its ornate fireplace, well-crafted ceiling trims, and hanging chandelier, this place is as traditional as it can get. Yet the brightly-hued furniture, minimalist seating and state-of-the-art appliances bring it all back to the present day. Also, this large luxury rental boasts a massive kitchen, three spacious bedrooms, and well-cleaned bathrooms. You and your two roommates will positively love staying here!
Saint-Germain-des-Prés - Quai Malaquais
Now, if you want to talk about color, look no further than this eclectic three-bedroom luxury rental on Quai Malaquais in Saint-Germain-des-Prés
. There's so much to look at here that you don't know where to begin. But it's also that eclecticism that makes this a great option for you and your roommates. Some of what you see here aren't just for decoration. Depending on your interests, you can have lots of fun in this luxury apartment in Paris. Perhaps your musically-inclined roomie can play the piano as you, who's a fan of literature, read the books that decorate the many shelves here.
Avenue Hoche V
Now, if you want to talk about class, then you'll definitely want to keep your eye on this gorgeous three-bedroom penthouse on Avenue Hoche! The fact that it's located near the Arc de Triomphe alone already makes it a worthy option. But then it's also among the most upscale luxury apartments in Paris. From the big bedrooms with their own drawing rooms to the luxurious indoor pool and private fitness center, you and your roommates will definitely fall in love with the place. So much so that you'd never want to leave!
Rue Sainte Anastase
Finally, there's this exquisite three-bedroom flat in Rue Sainte Anastase in Le Marais
. Though the place is actually quite big, you can feel a sense of intimacy with how it's laid out. This isn't to say that you'll feel claustrophobic here or anything like that, but despite its massive size, you feel as if everything is within reach. Going to the kitchen from your bedroom, for instance, won't feel like you took a stroll. Yet there's so much to enjoy just the same. And for roommates, arguably the best part is that each room comes with its own bathroom. What's not to love?
The best luxury apartments in Paris to share with a roommate are those that have lots of space, offer great views, and include many quality amenities. At the end of the day, you and your roommates have to feel like that place is all your own!