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We are looking for an apartment for two in Paris in late September. Does anyone have experience with staying in an apartment in Paris?

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  1. Hello,

    Lepic is a cosy apartment in the 18th district of Paris in the heart of the area Montmartre.
    Montmartre is famous for its artists (and especially the Place du Tertre with the many artist studios) and there are many tourist places of interest.
    The apartment is close to the ‘Moulin Rouge’ (2 min. walk) and the famous basilica ‘Sacr? Coeur’ (10 min. walk) so that you can have a wonderful stay in the capital city.  Public transport links are superb.

    It can be booked by visiting the Belvilla website and entering this code FR-75018-06.  it costs around ?715 per week.

  2. I can tell you that a Paris apartment is by far the way to go.  I just had a terrible :mad:) experience at the Hotel d’Avenir with a non-existent Internet connection, a phone that wouldn’t work and garbage for an 8 euro breakfast, all starches, no yogurt or protein.
    Better far to rent an apartment and buy all those wonderful fresh veggies and fruits, bring them in and cook them in the quiet of your efficiency. :cool:)

  3. I agree with the idea that it's better to stay in an apartment than in a hotel- I've had some really bad experiences with budget hotels in europe. Here are some sites I've checked out:

    This site also seems to give good results:

    I don't know what your budget is, but here is a site with luxury apartments that look super nice:

    Hope this helps!

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