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Holding bags in Paris

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Hi - I am using a vacation rental in Paris which will not let me check in until 3pm, although my flight arrives at 8am! They have told me they unfortunately have no place for me to store my bags and suggested the train station. However, I am staying in the 7th Arrondissement and that seems pretty inconvenient to me.

My current plan is to go to a hotel that has a restaurant near where I am staying and ask them to hold my bags while I have lunch or a snack (and then leave them there until 3!). Has anyone ever tried this before and to what success? Do hotels hold your bags if you are not staying overnight there?

My second option is to use City Locker. Unfortunately there is nothing nearby in the 7th but I could perhaps use the Notre Dame location and then when I am ready to check in call a taxi or Uber to collect me and my bags. Also wondering if anyone has used City Locker and how that experience was.

Looking forward to responses!

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