Apartments for Rent in Paris
|1 bedroom apartments :||1848|
|2 bedroom apartments :||358|
|3 bedroom apartments :||135|
|Apartments in 4ème Arrondissement:||290|
|Apartments in 3ème Arrondissement:||145|
|Apartments in 10ème Arrondissement:||80|
|Apartments in 12ème Arrondissement:||48|
|Apartments in 18ème Arrondissement:||94|
Furnished Apartments and Rooms in Paris
Paris, famously known as the City of Lights, the City of Love, and the City of Romance, is the world capital of fashion and fine dining. In Paris, apartments for rent are very popular, with thousands of people moving to the French capital each year. Made specifically for expats, travelers and global nomads, Nestpick will help you find the best bargains on furnished apartments and rooms for rent in Paris, whatever your budget.
Since the growth in popularity of people renting out their apartment for a short term let, Furnished and serviced apartment s in Paris have grown in number and popularity. Nobody wants to be a tourist anymore. When you are visiting a capital, like Paris, you want to feel like a local from the city.
To satisfy this desire for nonconformist experiences, new technologies and smart sites that put thousands of offers online, now nothing is easier than to find a cozy nest under the roofs of Paris.
Furnished apartments in Paris France give tourists or long term residents another option in terms of apartments, as these properties are independent and self sufficient, yet with room service and cleaning. Serviced apartment in Paris are something different entirely, these are usually private apartments in which cleaners are contracted to come, the building also usually comes with a gym, pool and underground parking.
Rooms & Flatshares for Rent in Paris
When looking for a cheap apartment in Paris, it’s important to remember that “cheap” is a relative term here. Furnished 1-bedroom apartments even in a normal neighborhood can cost as much as €1,100. Renting a room is also another good alternative to consider to keep costs low. This is the popular option among students and young professionals, as cheap apartments for rent in Paris are difficult to come by. Cheap paris apartments can be found all over the city, including the center, so be sure to look around the neighborhoods you will frequent most.
A flatshare in Paris may sound like a student living situation but more and more young professionals are choosing this as the way to go. The city of love is also the city of high prices and high rents. Such a beautiful capital with industries like fine dining and fashion is always going to be an expensive place, thus rent is high as it is in high demand.
A cheap option for people on less of a disposable income is to look for Paris rooms for rent. If you are looking to live in central Paris, in and around the most popular neighbourhoods the apartments for rent are very expensive. However, rooms in other people’s apartments are numerous, with people looking for tenants to split their rent or mortgage with. Finding a Room for rent in Paris is a great opportunity to meet new people and not break the bank on rent each month, as all utilities are split with the other rooms of the apartment.
Pet Friendly Apartments in Paris
Moving is always a hassle but it's also a bit more risky when we are moving abroad with our furry friends. If you are looking for a pet friendly apartment in Paris, checkout the selection of apartments below, whether you are moving in with your cat or your dog, these apartments allow pet residents.
Paris Apartment Rentals by Arrondissement
The capital of France is equally appealing to students and professionals interested in fields as diverse as the arts, design, film, architecture and engineering. The city lies on the River Seine and is divided into 20 districts or "arrondissements" which are either on the Right or Left bank of the river. Many neighbourhoods, like the Marais or Canal Saint-Martin, have unique characteristics that enhance their appeal, but every arrondissement has its own magic.
In general, Paris apartments for long term rent near the Champs-Elysees, the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and l'Arc de Triomphe are more expensive. You can expect to pay €3,000 for a 1-bedroom apartment in the 1st or 8th arrondissements. Meanwhile, a comparable property in Bercy might cost closer to €1,500 per month. Wherever you choose to stay, an excellent public transport system, comprised of the Metro, buses and the Seine river boats known as 'le batobus', makes it easy to get around. Whether you are looking for student accommodation in Paris or furnished apartments, Nestpick has the perfect spot for you.
Districts in Paris
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Le Marais Apartments for Rent
Straddling the 3rd and 4th arrondissements, le Marais is one of the city's most vibrant and exciting districts. Its energy attracts singles, couples and the LBGT community who are enchanted by the narrow streets, which can be traced back to medieval times.Fortunately these were left untouched by the former Emperor Napoléon, when he decided to remodel the city, giving it the characteristic wide boulevards found elsewhere. Le Marais is marked by boutique stores, galleries and museums, and is also considered to be “the Jewish Quarter” of Paris.
Canal Saint-Martin Apartments
The much sought-after 10th arrondissement neighbourhood of Canal Saint-Martin lies between Republique and Gare du Nord - perfect for students and professionals who want easy access to the UK via the Eurostar. The canal with its iron footbridges is a haven for locals and musicians during the summer. While not as expensive as more central districts, furnished apartments near Quai de Jemmapes and Quai de Valmy can be pricey.
Bercy / Nation Apartments for Rent
The impressive Ministry of Economy and Finance building situated in Bercy / Nation is often simply called 'Bercy'. The district “Bercy” is of one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city and is located in the 12th arrondissement. If you are searching for apartments for rent in Paris, then Bercy is ideal for families who would like to live in an attractive area, as it features “Le Parc Bercy”, le “Chateau de Bercy”, and the Frank-Gehry-designed Cinémathèque Française.
Who wouldn’t want to live near to the most iconic monument in France? Nestled in the heart of the 7th arrondissement on the southern bank of the Seine, the Eiffel Tower is surrounded by opulent open spaces, vibrant pedestrian markets, a host of world-renowned museums and a pleasant offering of picturesque Parisian townhouses. Paris apartments near the Eiffel Tower are among the most expensive mid- and long-term rent prices in the city, especially in the nearby neighbourhood of Trocadéro. For a less expensive studio apartment in this area you’ll probably have to compromise on space.
Apartments & Rooms in St. Germain
The English writer Samuel Johnson once put it, if you are bored with St. Germain, you are bored with life. This famed neighbourhood was once an inspiration to writers, artists and musicians the world over, and although it has lost its bohemian edge, it still retains a defiantly Parisian panache. Idyllic cafes, couture boutiques and antique stores line St. Germain’s charming streets, and though it’s close to the heart of Paris, the neighbourhood is surprisingly peaceful. Paris apartments in St. Germain are a captivating blend of the old and new, and if you’re an arty or creative type, St. Germain is certainly an area you should consider. Whilst rent is generally expensive, reasonable prices can be found on apartments that are a bit smaller in size but bursting with character.
Paris City Center Apartments & Rooms
If you’re new to Paris, looking for an apartment within the bustling city center may seem like a daunting task. With Nestpick, your dream Parisian place is at your fingertips. From the Latin Quarter to the Moulin Rouge, Paris city center has a wide range of options when it comes to apartments. And with an assortment of world-famous landmarks, cultural delights and state-of-the-art transport links right on your doorstep, the 20 arrondissements of Paris city center have something to suit any new arrival to the French capital. Rental prices drop substantially the further you move into the suburbs, but to fully immerse yourself in all that the City of Lights has to offer, it’s better to look for Paris center apartments.
Apartments & Rooms in Montmartre
The highest part of the city, the Butte de Montmartre is defined by the dazzling white Basilica de Sacré-Cœur. It’s also home to the famous Moulin Rouge and the only vineyard in the city. Luckily, despite its various attractions, rooms for rent in Montmartre are surprisingly affordable and it's worth investigating further.
Studio & 2 Room Apartments for Rent in Paris
Renting Paris Studio Apartments
The average price for a Paris studio apartment is around €800 in a normal area and around €1500 in more expensive neighbourhoods. However, many studio apartments in the city center tend to be on the small side due to the compact architecture and the consistently high demand for places. Prices can vary depending on a number of variables, including the neighbourhood, local amenities and size of the apartment.
Renting 2 Room Apartments in Paris
2 bedroom apartments in Paris are just as widely available, with an average price of roughly €1400 in a normal area and around €2500 in a more expensive neighbourhood. Because of the high demand for accommodation, 2 bedroom apartments can be be difficult to find on short notice. Here at Nestpick, we make the process easier for you. Simply search within the area of your choice, and look for great apartments within your price range.
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Prices for Paris Apartments for Rent (Why so Expensive?)
There are two primary reasons why Paris apartment prices can be so expensive. Firstly, as the most visited city in the most visited country on Earth, the sheer volume of tourists and the exceptionally high demand that accompanies it continue to drive the prices of accommodation up. Secondly, the age of the buildings and lack of space to expand on have exerted an enormous pressure on Paris’s real estate, which is consequently some of the priciest in the world. Don’t get too downhearted, however, as Paris is still much cheaper than London and Amsterdam when it comes to rent!
Paris is undoubtedly the world’s style capital and when relocating, you’ll need a flat to match. To make your move to France’s biggest city is the easy and hassle-free, Nestpick only features furnished apartments for rent in Paris.
Choosing a furnished apartment means that as soon as you arrive at your new place you can settle in and get out into your new neighbourhood. No endless trips to furniture stores, no building flat-pack furniture (or hunting for that missing screw).
So what does furnished mean exactly? The minimum a landlord must provide is a bed, desk, seating and somewhere to store your stuff. However, most flats have more furniture than the minimum requirements.Tenant Rights
The Alur Law (1989) was amended in 2015 and clarified what exactly must be included to advertise a property as ‘furnished’. Compulsory items include:
- A variety of kitchen utensils
- Refrigerator and freezer or at least a refrigerator with a compartment temperature of less than or equal to -6°C
- An oven or microwave
- Adequate privacy, for example curtains or blinds
- Bedding including duvet or blanket
- A variety of crockery
- A stove
- A table and chairs
- Adequate storage
|What is the average rent price in Paris?|
|In Paris a studio or an one-bedroom apartment can be rented around €1000, and a two-bedroom apartment cost around €2000. In the city centre the average rent is normally higher.|
|How to find apartments for rent in Paris?|
|For people who just arrive in Paris, many will choose a rental agency to help get their first accommodation. However, you can try to search your own apartment online. If you don’t speak French, platforms in English will solve your problem, like Nestpick.|
|Do I need to speak French when looking for an apartment?|
|You don’t necessarily need to speak French but it’s better to know some basic French terms when it comes to apartment hunting. For example, “Dossier” means the application that you need to sign to apply for the apartment, and “Bail” means lease.|
|How are rental properties categorized in Paris?|
|In Paris, apartments are sorted into different classes according to the number of rooms, for example The T1/F1(studio,one-bedroom), T2/F2(two-bedroom) and T3/F3 (3-bedroom). Through this you can acquire some basic information about the apartment.|
|Is renting a furnished apartment a good choice in Paris?|
|Furnished apartments in Paris have modern amenities and furniture. Although it costs a bit more than unfurnished properties, it will save your time for moving in and its lease is also flexible compared to the normal apartments.|
|What documents do I need to rent an apartment in Paris?|
|Normally you need to present your ID/Passport, your last three pay slips, your tax assessment, and the proof of the reason why you stay in Paris (for example, a letter from your employer or your school).|