Average nightly price: Airbnbs in Paris have an average nightly price of €149. However, you can find cheaper rates from €20 all the way up to €600 per night. Summer months from June to September are the more expensive months. This includes all of the different types of places available for Paris (entire stay, private room etc).
Prices always depend on seasons or holidays. Please always check exact rates on Airbnb.
Superhosts: All of the Airbnb stays mentioned in this article are ran by “Superhosts”. This status highlights the most experienced and top-rated hosts. Their rating is 4.8+, their response rate is at least 90% and they cancel less than 1% of the time.
Is Airbnb in Paris safe? All hosts on Airbnb are verified (including background checks), and the website offers a safe & secure booking process. Here is a full Trust & Safety guide with further info.
This is your option to stay in an apartment with a friendly local, yet still enjoy your own space when you need it. The double room comes with a queen-sized bed. The bathroom, kitchen and living room are all shared.
A box containing lots of games (Nintendo, Jenga etc) has been put together for your entertainment on nights/days in.
Location: In the centre of Paris just a 5-minute walk from Beaubourg and Notre Dame cathedral.
This hotel was founded in 1860 and still holds its original charm. It’s a wonderful mix of elegant and cosy, evoking both the English and French styles of the 19th century. Go on, treat yourself to a bit of elegance!
It’s easily one of the most romantic Airbnbs in Paris!
As it has been recently renovated, you can expect to find all of the modern technology and comforts needed for a memorable stay. This includes free Wifi, of course.
Location: Located on Victoria Avenue, set back from Place du Châtelet, known to be the oldest and most central square of Paris.
For those that are travelling on a budget and enjoy meeting locals, choosing this Airbnb is a really good option.
You’ll be staying in Marie’s apartment, sleeping on her sofa bed which is kept in a private living room space. Guests are welcome to use the kitchen, which includes free tea and coffee. Wifi access is also included.
Extra: “If you are nice, I can cook french food for you also :))”
Location: You’ll be located in Les Marais, one of the hippest parts of the city and a prime location for art lovers. The area is full of vintage boutiques, restaurants and bars. This is the best Airbnb Marais Paris has to offer.
Sleeps: 1 guest
Difference between “shared space” & “hostel”? When comparing a shared space to a hostel, there are pros and cons, of course. To sum it up, the main differences are:
Pro: Shared spaces offer more of a local experience, usually including 1 on 1 time with the host.
Con: They lack the bigger crowd feeling found at a hostel, and you will miss out on fun organised events and more opportunities to meet people.
You wanted Eiffel Tower views, and we delivered! This apartment is ideal for a couple or single traveller.
Not only can you enjoy the 9th floor views of the Eiffel Tower from your very own balcony, but it can be seen from the comfort of your bed, too! It’s a quaint, affordable place that has all of the necessary comforts.
Location: Erm…right by the Eiffel Tower! Enjoy the biggest sites of the city on foot, cute cafes and wonderful restaurants. It’s all here.
This intimate apartment is on the ground floor of an 18th-century building which overlooks a quiet courtyard. We reckon it’s ideal for couples and small families that want to be close to the gardens, with everything you need to be self-sufficient.
The modern kitchen and walk in shower are the best bits.
Location: Situated in the 6th art. Just a stone’s throw from Jardin du Luxembourg and opposite the Théâtre de l’Odéon. It’s within a peaceful setting in the heart of the Latin Quarter. This is the best airbnb saint-germain des prés has to offer.
Looking for the best cheap Airbnbs in Paris? Obviously there are quite a few affordable ones, but this is the one we deem the best.
It’s a super cosy studio space with a gorgeous view over the rooftops of Paris. It’s ideal for a cute couple that don’t mind eating out and living in close proximity. The lack of TV is further encouragement to explore the city.
Location: In the heart of Paris on a lively street in the Saint-Germain des Prés / Saint Sulpice district.
For the ultimate luxurious stay, we found Apartment Royale, a 19th-century building complimented by contemporary comforts. High ceilings, a bar, gold-tipped mouldings and a fully equipped galley-style kitchen are just a few of the highlights that will leave you feeling like a king or queen.
Location: In the 8th arrondissement (district), just one block from the iconic Obelisk at the Place de la Concorde. It’s also a short cab drive to the Eiffel Tower from here.
How wide a selection can you book an Airbnb in Paris France?
This guide covers all of the major filter options for Airbnbs in Paris. Jump back to our quick glance section to find the top picks, and then continue scrolling through our guide to see the wide selection available.
Note: we’ve picked the top Airbnb for each category, but you can always check Airbnb yourself for many, many more options.
We love Paris and want to go for about 2 weeks in September so should we stay in Airbnb or a hotel?
Well, why not merge the two together and stay in a hotel that is listed on Airbnb? Clever idea. The best hotel we found in Paris is Hotel Britannique.
What are some of the best ways to find free accommodation in Paris?
Ok, we get it; Paris is an expensive city if you want to stay while. Have you thought about housesitting? This is a wonderful way to find free accommodation in beautiful homes, sometimes with pets to look after. Check out our TrustedHousesitters review.
What’s the best hotel in Paris?
Hotel Britannique is easily the best hotel to consider in Paris. This can be booked directly on Airbnb.
What are the major differences between London and Paris?
Oh, there are many! The biggest difference is the size of the city. Paris is the most densely populated city in Europe, squeezed in to just 40 square miles, whilst London covers an area of 600 square miles.