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Looking for that perfect little apartment rental in Paris- 2 adults/ 2 kids

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I am starting a new topic since I have decided to forgo the initial plan of three days in London followed by 5 in Paris. Now- we will fly into and out of Orly (flights are running $1155 with nice, short duration flight plans).

It seems that hotels are expensive and small, so I was looking at apartments. I feel very comfortable squeezing into a 35 square meter or larger 1-bedroom apartment with two children (ages 10 and 12, but on the small side for their ages). We will be spending most of our time out of the apartment.

If someone knows "the perfect place" in Paris that is near metro/bus stops, is centrally located, is not on ground floor (stairs are okay- we can handle it), includes a shower, sleeps 4 (sofabed for two children is fine), has at least a small refrigerator and microwave/stovetop, has free wifi, is clean, and costs $250 (see, I upped my budget here) or less per night- please feel free to share! :) I have spent more hours than I care to admit on VRBO/Homeway, rentparis, parisperfect (too pricey for this trip), and others and am a bit overwhelmed by it all. I suppose this is why people just book a hotel room and move on with their lives!

Thanks in advance!

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