Lodging

Discover a few example of well liked places where I know you’ll feel at home.

A small list of highly curated properties

I have personally selected each of these hotels, cozy studios or beautifully appointed apartments ready to accommodate your family or friends. Good location, correct prices, they’ll put you in the heart of Parisian life: shopping in the neighborhood farmers market (many offering organic produce), developing a relationship with the local wine merchant, butcher and fromager. And of course, you will find a preferred café where the server will quickly remember your customary order.
The following listing is not exhaustive. Get in touch to find the right fit for you and/or your family and benefit from special prices and extra benefits negotiated for you.

Appartements


ELEGANT PLACE DES VOSGES STUDIO

On a quiet street just off the Place des Vosges this 40 square meter studio is a haven for sophisticates. Beautifully furnished in tan and gray, including the parquet floor, and Cocteau tableaux adorning the walls.

MONTPARNASSE STUDIO

A comfy studio on a quiet street just off Blvd. Montparnasse and a short walk to the Marché de Blvd. Raspail. This former 19th century photography studio has been transformed into a beautiful contemporary living space.

ROOFTOP VIEW MARAIS APARTMENT

A third floor gem looking over les toits de Paris, this lovely art-filled 1BR apartment reflects the elegance and fine taste of its owner. Parquet, floors, book shelves groaning with knowledge. A sofa bed opens to provide sleep to an extra guest or family member.

MONTMARTRE APARTMENT

Ideally located in a quiet section of Montmartre, the recently renovated 43 square meter apartment is located on the 3rd floor with an elevator. If you like to cook you’ll love this place. The kitchen is fully equipped. This will be an ideal space for entertaining and with the 9 meter-long balcony accessible from the living-room and bedroom, a delightful spot for morning coffee or afternoon apéritifs.



Hotels


Hôtel Hotel Da Vinci

Your journey back to the Renaissance starts in the elevator. The glass panel is a window through which you can admire a series of drawings taken from the various studies executed by Leonardo da Vinci. The hotel’s 24 rooms are named after the leading figures of the Quattrocento. These include Botticelli, Raffaello, Michelangelo and Catherine de Medici. And the indoor pool makes this a special discovery.

Hotel Louison

Your visit begins with a warm welcome from the charming, helpful, bilingual staff. Wood paneling, marble, parquet floors and a treasure trove of antique furniture all serve as a reminder that this is a building with a history: this was once the home of the Marquise de Maintenon, and the house where she raised the children of Madame de Montespan and Louis XIV. And the rates are reasonable.