apartment rentals in Paris

The Ultimate Apartment Guide in The City of Lights

Paris is no exception to made up pet names like ‘Lutèce,’ ‘Paname,’ ‘Pantruche’ and even the ‘City of Lights.’ Did you know that there are more than 296 illuminated places in Paris today, if you count anything from hotels and temples, sculptures and fountains, national buildings and museums, and 37 main bridges in Paris, 33 of which are illuminated to full glory at sunset? That’s pretty impressive, and it’s a part of the charm of Paris that makes people want to live there permanently. Are you looking to move to Paris? Or perhaps you’re moving to another part of the city? Here’s a guide on the ultimate apartment in Paris.

There are many apartments you could view in Paris, but it’s important to know what you’re looking for in an apartment before viewing any properties. Here are some of the features you can expect to fit different kinds of needs.

If you’re relocating to Paris, or you’re moving on your own and don’t have any (or much) furniture, then you might be looking for an apartment with the ‘whole package’. This would allow you to move straight into an apartment and not worry about buying new furniture or finding the money and time to do so. With furnished apartment rentals in Paris from an apartment provider like Blueground, all of these problems are a thing of the past!

Plethora of added extras

Not only do you get the benefit of moving straight in without any furniture hassle, you can also look forward to benefits such as:

  • Air conditioning to keep your home cool and benefit from clean and fresh air.
  • Laundry capabilities in the apartment means you won’t have to find a laundrette nearby for your laundry needs.
  • Housekeeping is available in some locations. So if you’re studying, working, or simply loving life then you don’t have to worry about how clean your apartment is!
  • Pets are allowed on some sites, meaning you don’t have to leave your furry friend behind!
  • Paris is well known for its shopping experiences, so if you plan on indulging, then you can take advantage of an elevator instead of lugging multiple bags back to your sixth-floor apartment!

Having these luxuries on site will make moving to a new city a breeze! With apartment providers like Blueground, you can also take advantage of a flexible contract, allowing you to pay month by month for your living space. So, if you’re staying for part of the year for your studies  and may not be living in Paris for long, this is a great way of living in a beautiful space without commitment.

Multiple locations

Everyone has preference on where they’d like to live, and that’s absolutely fine! Many apartment providers have furnished apartments in different areas of Paris. So, if you’re looking for views of the Eiffel Tower, or maybe you’d like a view of the River Seine, you can simply search for apartments in the 7th arrondissement. 

Minimum one month stay

Whether you’re moving to Paris for work, leisure, or an extended stay with family, you don’t have to enter a long commitment for a living space. You can sign a contract from anything as little as one month, and with Blueground, there’s no maximum stay time either. This means that should you wish to extend your stay, you can do it easily!

Move to a new apartment under the same contract terms

Last, but not least, using a flexible service that allows you to rent a month at a time will also come with other benefits such as moving to a new apartment under the same contract terms. Blueground has an app that allows renters to have access to ongoing support and information, arrange housekeeping, or request maintenance.  So, should you move in with someone, say a friend or a partner, then you can still enjoy the luxuries that serviced apartment providers offer like an on-site gym and pets allowed. You can move to a bigger apartment, a more preferable area of the city, or even into an apartment that suits your budget better. The control you have for your living arrangements is endless! 

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