We generally recommend to people visiting Paris either with the family or who would be staying for more than 3 nights, to rent a vacation rental apartment because of all the advantages it offers, mainly saving on meals and getting more private space. After all, for a family of 4, a day’s rent in a vacation rental apartment would be cheaper than booking two rooms in a hotel.
But sometimes, it just has to be a hotel for your stay in the City of Lights.
The good news is that there are Paris hotels for all budgets. You just need to know what you want, where and how much you are willing to fork out.
A friend travel blogger, Gray Cargill, has reviewed 3 of these medium priced hotels last year and we’re listing them here for your consideration.
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Only in Montmartre does M I L K mean Mum In her Little Kitchen and soon one of your favourite place for home-baked cakes and cookies to eat with a glass of cold milk or thick smooth hot chocolate.
You can find your MILK in Montmartre on 62 rue d’Orsel 75018 Paris.
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When Paris parties, you’d better be there!
One such party, the Fete de la Musique, is scheduled for 21 June every year. Book that Paris holiday now to be there for the party
Fête de la musique is a rocking music street party, not only in Paris but actually in the whole of France. This event has been such a success that many cities in countries all over the world – from Australia to Venezuela – have organised their own versions, very much in the same way that Oktoberfests have spread from Munich across the globe.
Read more about the Fete de la Musique in My Vueling City, where it was originally published. . . . → Read More: Be There When Paris Parties During the Fete de la Musique
This is a question that we’ve been asked several times by visiting tourists. Mainly young ones.
The Wall of Love in Montmartre is right behind the metro station Abbesses (line 12). It’s a small park also used as a playground for small children.
Its opening hours are the same as all parks in Paris
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The street in front of the building where the flat is
The flat is the 2nd and 3rd windows (with open shutters) from the left
Just this one flight of stairs up to the 1st floor where the flat is
Your view when you’re having breakfast
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