Where to find a furnished apartment in Paris?
Finding high-quality accommodation for a short stay in Paris can be challenging, especially if you are looking for a more unique experience than a hotel. Highstay offers several furnished apartments in Paris perfectly suited for short stays in the city of lights.
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- Start looking forward to your trip to Paris
- Luxury Furnished Rentals in Paris
- What neighborhoods for furnished apartments in Paris?
- What to do near the Champs-Elysées
- Where to eat near the Champs-Elysées
- What to do near the rue Saint Honoré
- Where to eat near rue Saint Honoré
- What to do near Louvre Rivoli
- Where to eat near Louvre Rivoli
- What to do in the Marais
- Where to eat in the Marais
Start looking forward to your trip to Paris
Highstay furnished apartments in Paris offer more than just an apartment rental, but a beautifully decorated pied à terre for you to stay steps away from the best the city has to offer.
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Luxury Furnished Rentals in Paris
Highstay's fully furnished apartments exude a Parisian luxury atmosphere to make you feel at home. High-end designer furniture and modern amenities like hotel-quality linens and towels are standard in all Highstay furnished apartment rentals. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you would have at home, from pots and pans to a toaster. Featuring multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, it is the perfect place to rent in Paris for your next vacation.
What neighborhoods for furnished apartments in Paris?
Highstay has carefully selected the best locations in Paris to create elegant pied à terres to explore the city. Located on the right bank of the Seine, Highstay has apartments in the Marais, Louvre-Rivoli, rue Saint Honoré, and Champs-Elysées districts.
Here is a brief introduction to each district to help you search for a fully furnished apartment for a short stay in Paris.
This district, centered around the prestigious Avenue des Champs-Elysées, offers some of France's most exclusive addresses. The avenue is lined with flagship stores of major brands, from Adidas sportswear to Louis Vuitton handbags. Foreign Embassies and the home of the French President are located just a few blocks away. The nearby Eiffel Tower is reachable on foot.
What to do near the Champs-Elysées
For a night of culture, the nearby Théâtre des Champs-Elysées provides a variety of classical music concerts and Operas throughout the year, from Mozart's Requiem to Wagner's Valkyrie.
The Yves Saint Laurent Museum gives a privileged look into the work of one of the most celebrated fashion designers of all time.
Where to eat near the Champs-Elysées
Yannick Alléno's trio of one, two, and three Michelin star restaurants at Pavillion Ledoyen is just one example of the fine dining opportunities that abound in this neighborhood.
Rue Saint Honoré
A more subdued location than the excitement of the Champs, this street stretches from the Vendôme district to the Marais.
What to do near the rue Saint Honoré
The rue Saint Honoré is an unmissable destination for luxury shopping. As you stroll along this thoroughfare, you will discover a large range of exclusive brands, from the sophisticated Brunello Cucinelli to the historic home of luxury luggage and bag maker Goyard.
Where to eat near rue Saint Honoré
Chic French Gastronomy - Le Baudelaire
The chic and inventive Le Baudelaire, awarded one Michelin star, offers a new take on refined cuisine with a focus on vegetables.
A refined Brasserie - Blossom
This elegant restaurant within the Sofitel Hotel takes a refined approach to the traditional French brasserie with fresh seasonal ingredients.
Japanese Noodles - Echizen Soba TOGO
Enter the warm, minimalist interior of Echizen Soba TOGO and discover the taste of Soba, or Japanese buckwheat noodles. These authentic, carefully crafted noodles are served in a variety of styles, including dry or in a hot or cold broth.
This centrally located neighborhood has witnessed significant moments in Parisian history, from the construction of the stately buildings on the rue de Rivoli to the inauguration of the city's first metro line. Today, Louvre Rivoli is in the heart of this modern bustling city.
What to do near Louvre Rivoli
This neighborhood is close to an incredible amount of France's heritage, from the Louvre to Notre Dame and beyond. But it is also full of life, offering a bustling contemporary art and culture scene.
Started in 1999 as a squat for artists, Rivoli 59 is a Haussmann-style building on the rue de Rivoli with a decidedly bohemian feel. Today, this unique building hosts 30 artists in residence in a rare combination of art gallery and artists' studio. You are free to explore the studios and view the artists' work on display. You may even meet artists working on their next creation.
Where to eat near Louvre Rivoli
Mumi - contemporary French GASTRONOMY
Enter this restaurant's modern yet cozy atmosphere and embark on a unique culinary experience. Mumi will delight you with its inventive and gourmet take on French cuisine.
Italian - Casa Festa
If you are in the mood for Italian cuisine, Casa Festa will whisk you away to Italy with its rustic atmosphere and a menu full of Italian classics like pizza and pasta.
French Street Food - Crêperie Elo
This small casual eatery specializes in France's highest contribution to street food: the crêpe. Stop in to taste a savory buckwheat crêpe for lunch or a snack. For dessert, savor a sweet crêpe with a classic dollop of Nutella or an adventurous sugar and flamed rum crêpe.
This historic district retains the charm of centuries past while offering a contemporary and lively setting for cafés, museums, shops, and more.
What to do in the Marais
This neighborhood offers something for everyone. The small boutiques scattered throughout its small streets will delight anyone fond of shopping.
The Bibliothèque Forney is a fashion library housing exhibition spaces inside the Hôtel de Sens, one of Paris' oldest buildings. Its pale limestone façade mixes medieval Gothic with Renaissance architecture and features a cannonball fired during the revolution. The beautiful parterre in the French-style garden behind the library is also worth a visit.
Where to eat in the Marais
La Table Cachée
Dining among the Parisian rooftops adds a new dimension to a gourmet culinary experience. This rooftop restaurant nestled atop the BHV department store showcases the refined French cuisine of award-winning chef Michel Roth.
Enter the cozy, dimly-lit atmosphere of les Bougresses and find carefully made traditional French cuisine with fresh ingredients.
This elegant but reasonable Thai restaurant offers a change of pace with a selection of refined Thai dishes.
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