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airconditioning necessary in Paris in June?

airconditioning necessary in Paris in June?

Oct 19th, 2002, 06:36 PM
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You're welcome, I kind of have a lot of that info written down from my own research and travels, so I know apt. rental agencies fairly well. I guess I was sort of curious how easy it would be to find a rental apt. with AC, so tried some sleuthing.

I thought maybe the couch wouldn't work, I hate those myself, but it might be okay for very little kids. If the price you are finding is $250-300 for both the rooms (adjoining) in hotels, that doesn't surprise me -- I think that is the norm in that area, because it's basically the price of two doubles and that's pretty normal in that area ($125-150 each). If you are finding $250-300 PER ROOM for each of two rooms, then I think that's way too high.

I think it's going to be very very difficult to find something with AC for all four of you for less than $250 a night, apt. or hotel. especially in those central areas (FYI St Germain is one of the more expensive areas in Paris for hotels). I think a lot of ST rental apts are that rate or higher for 2 bedrooms, even without AC. For example, the residence hotel Henri IV in the 5th has an apt. for four that is 213 euro per night, but it doesn't have AC.
Oct 19th, 2002, 08:02 PM
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When I was there last June, the temperature was about 26 degrees each day. In theory one would not need A/C but I guess that my body is just used to it. After a day or two, I got used to not having it and it wasn't too bad.

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