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Paris: staying in Montmartre? Other neighborhoods?

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I'm searching for an apartment in Paris, and feeling a little frustrated. I think my conditions are limiting my choices:

We need two real bedrooms, are only there for four nights, and I don't want more than one flight of stairs without an elevator. And of course, we have a low budget.

I keep finding things in Montmartre, but I have never really considered staying there. We've stayed in the Marais and the 6th and 7th, but I'm wondering if branching out will be good or not. I don't really feel like I "know" Montmartre.

Here is a link to the apartment we are considering:

http://www.frenchyrentals.com/apartment-steinkerque.html

I would love feedback on the location, and I would appreciate any other recommendations. This place is offering 4 nights at 640 euros.

I hate to place us in an inconvenient area, as we only have 4 nights. It's not a big deal for my husband and I, as we have spent time in central Paris, but the friend we are traveling with has only been once before, and it was at least 10 years ago.

I'm not familiar with outer arrondisements, and could use your help.

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