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Paris Air Conditioning in July

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We will be spending a week in Paris, mid July.
Everyone is telling us to get an air conditioned place, and my wife can't hack heat...so it was a no brainer, we are booked into an air conditioned hotel.

Our preference would be an apartment rental. But, there aren't many air conditioned apartment rentals available then. So we didn't pursue it.

My question is-

If we are not going to spend much time (if any) in a studio or 1 bedroom apartment during the day, and if you buy a couple of fans, is A/C that important? I know it's a stupid question, but we would rather be in an apartment.

Thank you in advance.
G


As an aside comment - I have been in a lot of A/C hotels, where the air conditioning didn't work well and/or the noise drove me nuts.

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