You'd probably think that the two cerulean blue felt chairs in the living room are the only things that make this one-bedroom apartment in Foch fascinating. They do pop out in quite a strong and eye-catching way. But those aren't the only things worth investing in this Paris long-term rental. Calling this place you home will have you living near the modern gallery Palais de Tokyo, the iconic pastry shop Laudurée Paris—where you can get the best La St. Honoré cake that will blow your mind—and many more! More often than not, it's the apartment's location that makes all the difference!
Who wouldn't want a sunlit living room? A comfortable space with just enough natural light to help you read your favorite French novel or even do a little work from home. If this is the type of place you want to live in, especially in an area like the Champs Elysées, then you're in luck. This two-bedroom Paris long-term rental in Bassano has a wide terrace that helps bring in that Parisian sunshine into the place. You can save a lot by conserving your electricity and letting the sun brighten things up in this home instead of turning on the lights.
Very rarely do people use the word 'sleek' when describing a Paris home. Oftentimes, residence in the French capital looks classic, traditional, elegant, and at times, even quirky. But for this two-bedroom Paris long-term rental in Etoile, no other adjective best describes the place than 'sleek.' With its wall-features, streamlined kitchen, and glassware furniture, it's as contemporary as a Parisian home can be. With only pops of muted blue by way of the sofa and curtains, the stark neutral palette continue its general theme of modernity. It even has a small office area if you're one to work from home every now and then.
It's easy to mistake the name of the area as 'Grand Home' because that's what perfectly describes this beautiful Paris long-term rental. Echoing the opulence of French chateaus form the past centuries, this two-bedroom apartment in Grand Hoche combines the elegance of the past with the comforts of today. The seating alone looks like it came from the Victorian era. Golded mirrors by the sides harken back to the early 20s. Yet the kitchen, equipped with modern appliances and kitchenware, looks undeniably fit for today's standard. Ultimately, this place is quite a lot to take into, but there's no denying you can feel right at home here.
Attention, shopaholics! If you want to live in a place that's near the most famous French designer brands in one of Paris' chicest areas, consider this beautiful two-bedroom apartment in Marbeuf. A clash of classic opulence and modern sensibility, its interior design may seem a bit much. What with the classic Haussman ceilings and a gilded mirror set above a grand fireplace contrasted with a sleek dining space and glass-paneled kitchen, Truly a feast for the eyes. And yet, its neighboring shops of Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and more will definitely tickle your fashion fancy!
You'd be in the height of luxury if you choose a penthouse in Paris as your new home. And this two-bedroom Paris long-term rental in Matignon is a perfect candidate. If the spiral staircase isn't enough to prove its grandiose to you, perhaps the stunning view of Paris from the windows will convince you of its majesty. That and the elegantly spacious living room capped off with an ornate marble fireplace to keep you warm during the winter months. And since it's near a few good restaurants, you'll have no trouble finding a place for your next business lunch or even romantic date hotspot.
With its zebra-print seating and charcoal living room color scheme, it's quite hard to decipher what the style this three-bedroom place in Boetie II is. And perhaps, maybe, that's beside the point. Possibly the real clincher of this luxurious Paris long-term Rental near the beautiful Champs Elysées isn't the aesthetic, but rather how complete it is. It has an American-style fridge that can store weeks, possibly even months-worth of groceries. The long glass dining table can fit quite the dinner party. And the rooms that all can fit queen-sized beds suggest that this is a perfect home for a family.
A glass-decorated chandelier, an ornate bronze mirror, and a Rococo-style drawer—at first glance, if you take away the TV, this three-bedroom place in Foch III seems like it never changed from centuries ago. But the fact that the entire Pari long-term rental is air-conditioned would remind you that you're still living in the 21st century. Though it is quite nice, to live in a place that so exudes a classic elegance with elements from past periods. Especially since more and more homes in Pais are becoming more modern and futuristic. Why not have a little bit of the past with you for today?
You probably won't see long-term rentals as beautiful, as beguiling, and as welcoming as these ones in Champs Elysées. They all have that signature Parisian charm, packed in with as much elegance and beauty fit for the French capital.