onefinestay has relaunched its Paris Home Collection [Credit: onefinestay]

onefinestay relaunches Paris Home Collection

France: Luxury private rental brand onefinestay has relaunched its Paris Home Collection, unveiling new stays in some of the finest addresses within the ‘City of Light’.

From “opulent” townhouses to “sleek, light-filled” lofts, each home has been specifically chosen for its exceptional style, character and only prime locationsinviting families and groups of friends to find their own home-from-home in the French capital. 

onefinestay co-CEO Ian Di Tullio said: “We are pleased to be relaunching onefinestay in Paris with an exceptional collection of homes, bringing our unmatched private rental experience to the capital.”

Fabrice Carré, another co-CEO at onefinestay, added: “As one of onefinestay’s very first home collections, Paris remains a key destination for our guests and we are committed to re-establishing our footprint in one of Europe’s most loved cities.”

The onefinestay concierge team is also able to arrange personalised memorable experiences fine-tuned to the interests and tastes of guests. It can range from shopping excursions to premier fashion boutiques and art galleries to private tours of cultural hotspots such as the Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, and the Palace of Versailles; visits to standout landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, and Place de la Concorde; and more.

Other additional services include transportation, luggage storage and shipping, and child equipment.  

Among onefinestay’s new homes in Paris are:  

Rue la Bruyere 

Located in the ninth Arrondissement, in Paris’ Theatre District, Rue la Bruyere accommodates up to six people and is a 15-minute walk from Montmartre and Sacré-Cœur. 

From USD $439 / €441 per night. 

Rue Tiquetonne  

Found in the second Arrondissement, Rue Tiquetonne sleeps four people and is a short distance from the Pompidou Centre, the Louvre and the Marais. 

From USD $363 / €364 per night.

Rue Denfert Rochereau 

Located in the chic and affluent 16th Arrondissement, Rue Denfert Rochereau sleeps five guests and is close to a number of famous Parisian landmarks such as the Marmottan and Guimet museums, the Bois de Boulogne and Roland Garros tennis.

From USD $976 / €981 per night. 

Rue de Bourgogne 

Situated a short walk away from the Eiffel Tower, Rue de Bourgogne accommodates up to six people and nearby museums on the left bank include Musee Rodin and Musee D’Orsay.  

From USD $521 / €523  per night.  

Rue François Miron 

Nestled within the classic streets of the Marais, Rue Francois Miron accommodates up to six people and is just a short walk from the Louvre and the Pompidou Centre.

From USD $335 / €336 per night. 

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