Completely elegant and surprisingly crisp, this one-bedroom Colbert Suite is the height of luxury in this part of the city. The Latin Quarter is often regarded as the bohemian chapter of the French capital, so it's likely that there are more places with a rather rustic feel than there are traditionally sophisticated. This particular Paris long-term rental is of the latter. With its creamy light neutral palette and Victorian-era furniture, the place looks more like a dollhouse. It is its charm, after all. A sacred shrine of classic conservative elegance amidst the gothic and liberated bohemian community outside its walls.
As opposed to the Colbert Suite, this two-bedroom home in Rue du Cherche-Midi VII takes the rustic motif to a whole new level. Looking more like a cabin in the woods than a Parisian apartment, it definitely fits the whole bohemian vibe of the Latin Quarter. Think a darker neutral palette backed by polished wooden furnishing, a brick-walled kitchen, tribal motifs in the decor, and the like. You're more likely to think you're in the USA than in the French capital. But perhaps it's the quirk of the place. An allusion (and illusion) to a foreign land than a home that conforms to the place's traditional sensibilities.
Nestled on the right bank of the River Seine, this home's location alone is already quite the draw. Who wouldn't want to live near one of the world's most famous and most romantic rivers? Another huge plus is it's near the iconic Notre Dame, which, once it opens again, will resume its English-speaking masses for the benefit of foreign residents. Though its location doesn't take away from the classic elegance of this three-bedroom Paris long-term rental in Fleurs. A mixture of the current and classic, the contact of the bright blue and yellow seating with the ornate interior craftsmanship is quite the view.
Ever imagined what a rich artist's home in Paris would look like? This three-bedroom apartment in Galande in the Latin Quarter sums that image up perfectly. Of course, the massive art peices on the walls are already a given, whether that's the artist's work or not. But the colorful decor, the mix of old and new styles, and the ample space are dead giveaways. Though you don't need to be an artist to live in this place. It's also perfect if you have a lot of friends, once you can invite for some evening cocktails for a little soiree on your rooftop terrace.
A home can be and look like anything. But if you were to imagine what a quintessential apartment home would look like, you'd probably have this three-bedroom Paris long-term rental in Rue Bonaparte III in mind. Firstly, the living room is already so full of furniture yet remains spacious. Warm it up with a fire in the fireplace and you'd have a cozy winter ahead. There are also enough shelves in the other rooms for all your stuff, be it your books from a Montmartre shop or photo albums of all your memories. Cap that off with a comfortable bathroom with a waterfall shower and you'll have quite the home indeed!
With so many artworks hanging on its walls, you're more likely to think this three-bedroom apartment was a mini gallery. Its spacious living room alone will give you that idea too. But it's not! Ths lavish Paris long-term rental along Rue du Bac VI in the Latin Quarter can become the home of anyone who could afford it. And who wouldn't want to stay in this place? With its modern elegance, complete amenities, and, of course, carefully curated collection of artworks, it'd be a joy living here! Add to that its close proximity to a beloved (and actual) Parisian gallery, the Musée d’Orsay, and you have quite the Parisian home there!
'Wholesome' isn't exactly a word often used to describe a home in Paris. But for this three-bedroom intimate space on Rue du Vieux Colombier II, no other adjective is more fitting. Yes, it has three-bedrooms. Yet the Paris long-term rental is so compact that you can't help but feel like it's not a massive space. And if you're one who doesn't need of even dislikes home with vast open spaces, this one's for you! It still has everything a quintessential Parisian home has—a nice kitchen you can cook dishes and make treats in, comfortable bedrooms, clean bathrooms, and more.
A piano by the living room, A hallway library, and a beautiful terrace—this luxurious four-bedroom place in Lemoine looks more like a setting of a French novel than an actual real-life home. And because of that, this exceedingly charming Paris long-term rental is quite the catch! Located on the left bank of the River Seine, you can't help but feel a little romantic when staying in a place like this. The classic style, sprinkled with a few quirky details make for such a novel-looking home. Yey, with its strong wifi, decent cable, and working appliances, you can still live with the comforts of the 21st-century here.
The Latin Quarter, with all its romantic flair and bohemian energy, remains a great area in Paris, not just to visit and explore, but also to actually live in. These luxurious long-term rental stand proof of this!