Paris apartments for rent by Halldis are the perfect alternative to traditional hotels or residences. Our portfolio offers a large variety of fully serviced private apartments for rent throughout Paris, all directly managed and available on a turn key basis, from a minimum of 3 days to one year. Read All Select one of our apartments to secure a quality stay in Paris: - simple, straightforward rental agreements, with full guidance during the reservation procedure and round the clock assistance during your stay in our Paris apartments; - more spacious and welcoming environments than in a typical hotel room - tailor-made solutions, to suit every client’s need and requirement, either for business or for pleasure.
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Elegant two bedroom two bathroom apartment of about 90 sq.mt richly decorated with fireplaces and period stuccoes, located at the very heart of Saint Germain steps from the Seine and the Museê d'Orsay.
Paris doesn’t need any presentation: it’s a city of romance, art and culture, with a timeless appeal which is worthy of great surroundings.
Halldis realizes this potential and offers fully-equipped, serviced apartments in some of the most exotic places within the historic city centre: in the picturesque Marais district, close to Place des Vosges and the Picasso Museum, in the colourful Saint Germain – preferred choice of the philosopher Sartre and film directors Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut – or along the Champs Elyseés, the most beautiful avenue in the world.
To make your away around the city you can make use of the metro – with 15 interconnecting lines together with an additional 5 RER lines which reach the immediate suburbs – or you can opt for a Parisian touch by using the Velib (bike rental) or the Batobus, the river metro of Paris.
And even though every accommodation comes fully equipped with a kitchen to die for, Paris is a kaleidoscope of aromas and flavours: traditional brasseries, small bistros which cater for unforgettable croque monsieurs, trendy restaurants and pâtisseries offering croissants or a box of sweet macaroons.
And if you thought this was enough, don’t forget that Paris also hosts the glitzy Fashion Week twice a year, which is a must for affecionados and experts alike, in an industry waiting to be unravelled.