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Who has stayed at a Citadines Paris property?

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The threads on this topic here are years old, so looking for some current comments and recommendations. We have a group of 4 looking for 5 nights in September, with the flexibility of a small kitchen, but a shorter stay that the one week needed for many standard apartment rentals. There may be other "apart'hotels" available, and I'd be glad to hear of those, but I'd also welcome comments on this option. The rates for these properties seem very different depending on location, at least from what I can find - which is not surprising. All experiences and recommendations welcome.

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