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Recommendations for accommodations for Paris

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I am looking for accommodations in Paris for my mother and myself. This will be my mom's first time in Paris. I have been there before however it's been about 5 years. We will stay for about 3-4 days and I would like to stay in a nice quiet area with shops, supermarket, and within walking distances to some of the attractions, as I know we will need to use metro to get around.

I am debating between hotel, or an apartment. However, I do want wifi and air conditioning.
I would like your input as to what hotels or B&B's you have stayed at and would recommend. Also, what sites have you used for renting apartments, and would you advise this in Paris for the length of time we are staying. We like to buy groceries, and eat mostly at 'home' and like to relax at the end of the night at the place where we are staying but I want to take my mom out to see the Eiffel Tower lit up one night.

Thanks for your suggestions.

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