Truth be told, it's easy to choose which neighborhood in Paris
you want to stay in. They're pretty diverse, each having their own signature charm and vibe. What will be difficult, however, is choosing a place within these districts. Which apartment suits you best in the Le Marais? The Champs-Élysées? Or near the Louvre? What are the best rentals in Ternes? Montorgueil? Saint Germain des Prés? Fortunately, we can help whittle down your search. In our fine array of luxury apartments in Paris
, we've picked out the best in each of these central neighborhoods.
Parc Monceau in Champs Élysées
In the affluent Champs-Élysées district
, luxury apartments are abundant. But among the many in the area, this cream-colored three-bedroom rental near Parc Monceau stands head and shoulders above the rest. Just look at its chic neo-Art Deco interior! It embraces that classic Parisian style but with a modern spin. The lush furniture and gilded details clearly are clear evidence of its upscale appeal. As are the spacious bedrooms, each big enough to fit a double-sized bed. And with that wide living room and dining area, it's a perfect apartment for a soirée
Luxembourg Private Garden in Saint Germain des Prés
Getting to stay in a luxury apartment in Paris is all well and good, but what if you can enjoy something more? When you go or even move to Paris
, you can't help but notice that many of the rentals on offer are quite compact. It's a pretty crowded metropolis, after all. There aren't a lot of homes with enough space for a garden, for example. So it's pretty rare for you to see one in the city center. But if you go to Saint Germain des Pré
, you'll discover this exquisite three-bedroom home with—you guessed it!—its own private garden. Talk about luxury!
Tronchet Three-Bedroom in Madeleine
This elegant three-bedroom luxury rental in the Madeleine district
is the archetypal Parisian apartment. For one thing, it perfectly combines the city's classic sophisticated with modern sensibilities. Amidst the hardwood furnishings and brocade upholsteries that harken to yesteryear's more opulent times, the everyday appliances bring you back to the present day. Still, there's no denying that its neoclassical interior design makes it among the best apartments in the area. It's so picture-perfect, you can easily expect a French fashion magazine
to shoot an editorial here. But don't worry! When you rent this place out, it'll all be yours!
Lafayette Two-Bedroom in Opera District
When you think of the 9th Arrondissement
’s Opera district, you think of old-school opulence, classic elegance, and timeless sophistication. Thus, this two-bedroom luxury apartment is one of the best in the area. First, look at all the space. Even though it only has two bedrooms and one big bathroom to offer, you still get to enjoy a lot of legroom. It's even a great option for a family of four. The parents can stay in the primary bedroom with its very own marble-tiled bathroom. While the kids can stay in the other bedroom that has its own attached comfort room. What more could you ask for?
Luxury Grand Opera in Louvre District
This Luxury Grand Opera apartment in the Louvre district
is elegance personified. As well as among the best luxury apartments in Paris! First, its location near what is perhaps the most famous museum in the world makes it prime real estate. Who wouldn't want to live near such a beloved landmark? Secondly, this apartment has everything! Three spacious bedrooms? Check! A gorgeous living room with a grand fireplace? Check! A well-equipped kitchen? Check! Even a magnificent foyer that? Check! You'd live like royalty in such a palatial home, especially considering how crowded Paris is as a whole.
Monceau Three-Bedroom in Ternes
In such a crowded (some would argue overpopulated) city like Paris, getting to stay in a spacious home is an absolute luxury. It doesn't have to be so flashy. Just elegant and easy enough for you to have a comfortable stay. Take this charming three-bedroom apartment in Ternes
, for example. It's so beautiful, isn't it? The clash between the neoclassical design with the modern furnishings gives it an updated but also timeless look. Meanwhile, residents won't need anything else when they move in. There's a nice desk for working from home, a complete kitchen for dining in, and a flat-screen TV for some much-needed entertainment.
Etienne Marcel One-Bedroom in Montorgueil
Let's set the scene for you: you're a single, young adult who just moved to Paris. You heard that the bustling Montorgueil district
is the perfect neighborhood for you because it's always lively, has a lot of hotspots, and presents Parisian local life at its finest. Since you can afford to live alone, you'd want a place that can serve as your own personal space, right? So why not choose this chic solo apartment in Paris
? Not only is it the perfect size for someone like you, but its mid-century modern design makes it a covetable real estate too! What's not to love?
Palais Vosges in Le Marais
is the chicest district in Paris. Known for its many hotspots and trendy vibe, this is the place most people talk about when they mention Paris as a cosmopolitan metropolis. And of course, the luxury rentals here are out of this world too! Just take a look at this grandiose three-bedroom apartment at the heart of the neighborhood! From its many hanging chandeliers and grand fireplace to its brocade wallpaper and fine leather seating, this is a modern royal's home to a tee! If King Louis XIV lived in the 21st century, his place would likely look exactly like this (but bigger)!
Sedillot Two-Bedroom in Eiffel Tower District
Finally, there's this clean two-bedroom luxury apartment in the Eiffel Tower district
. Located right by the beloved Champ de Mars park, you couldn't have asked for better real estate. Is it the most beautiful or grandest luxury rental? No. Not by a long shot! But who cares if the most famous tower in the country (possibly even in the entire world) is only a hop and a skip away? As long as it has a well-equipped kitchen, spacious rooms, and a fireplace to help keep you warm in the cooler seasons, the place is enough. In fact, it's among the best in this highly-coveted neighborhood.
If you already know which neighborhood in Paris you want to stay in but don't have a place yet, there's no need to worry. You might want to consider renting our best luxury apartment rental in each of these beloved districts.