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Paris Best Lodge Apt. - Questions

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I've always stayed in hotels on my past trips to Paris, as it seems easier than getting involved
finding and renting an apt., and I like to go solo. However, I'm beginning to think a small (studio?) might be a nice change. Paris Best Lodge gets such good reviews, and good prices, that I'm tempted to try it. But not for awhile, as I just got back from a Paris trip in May,
so I don't want to contact them yet. I know I'll have to book way ahead, but still not quite ready to do that!

My question is, how much of a deposit do they require to reserve? Couldn't find that on the web site. I know you need to pay them in cash upon check in, and they say they hold your deposit check without cashing, unless you cancel. Then they keep the whole amount of the deposit if the can't re-rent the apt. Anyone know?

Also has anyone stayed in their smaller apts. who can comment on the experience?
Would appreciate. Also, how do you contact them on arrival, and does that system work well? Thanks.

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