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Paris A La Carte Apartment Review

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I don’t post very often, but I did want to post a review of our apartment that we stayed at in Paris from September 22-30 because all of the other apartment reviews I read were so helpful.

http://www.alacarte-paris-apartments.com/Left-Bank-Classical.html

We booked A La Carte Paris’ Left Bank Classical in the 6th. It was a 2 bedroom, 2 shower, 1 wc and we paid $2,600 for 8 nights/9days. I know right away that this was not a ‘cheap’ apartment, but it was everything we were looking for. The company was always very quick to respond and it was always in English (which was very helpful!). I also had a big problem with my credit card and the agency was kind enough to put my reservation on hold for a week until I got it figured out. The only complaint I had is that when we arrived, we had to wait about 20 minutes outside with all of our luggage for the representative to come from the apartment down to the street. The company was also very flexible and allowed us to check in at 11 a.m. when our flight arrived.

The apartment itself was in a phenomenal area and I felt extremely safe. It was also tucked away on a side street so it was quiet during the night (although there was very loud construction during the day). We were just a few minutes walk from the Bon Marche and we loved grabbing muffins from the bakery and eating them on our way to the metro to start the day. There was also a Shopi and Franprix at the end of the road, so all the necessities were very convenient. If you do stay here, there is a great little wine shop with a friendly owner that tolerates a lack of French.

The apartment was clean, well furnished, and pretty spacious for what I was expecting in Paris. I went with my mother, sister, and 10 year old niece and we all fit perfectly. They separated the beds so we all had our own (small) twin bed and each bedroom had it’s own shower. The kitchen was also well stocked and there was a bottle of wine waiting for us when we arrived.

Overall, I just wanted to add to the reviews of Paris apartment and hope that someone would find the review helpful!

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