SoHo, NYC is famous for its Shopping, Boutiques and Fashion
It’s that time of year again, the semi-annual event known as Fashion Week, and all its accompanying designers, models, photographers and entourages are about to take over the major style capitals of the world. Twice a year in Winter and Fall, New York, London, Milan and Paris host the fast-paced runway shows of Fashion Week and their fashion-forward events. We know how busy all of our fashion industry clients are, and that hotel rooms can be impossible to find. We’ve compiled a list of apartment suggestions in NYC, London and Paris that we think would be just your style…
New York Fashion Week (February 9 – Friday, February 17, 2017)
The streets of NYC are always an un-official runway and during fashion week the local fashionistas and the influx of fashion gurus can be found out and about in full force so keep your eyes open for some serious style inspiration.
This 4 bedroom/3 bath duplex on the Upper West Side is spacious enough for your whole entourage
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Lock in your love intention at the Point des Arts bridge
Valentine’s Day in Paris should be a fail-safe plan for guaranteed romance but some insider suggestions can always take it up a notch. Read on to find our carefully curated suggestions for impressing that special someone, including our most romantic accommodations in the City of Love!
With so many romantic vistas all around Paris is truly the City of Love (Photo credit: Jellio Coe photos)
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Major department stores like Printemps go all out for the holiday season. Photo credit: 2015-11-Noel-Actualites-Vitrine-Façade-Printemps
Paris isn’t called the City of Lights for nothing! As the days get shorter and holiday cheer spreads through the shops and streets of the city, shimmering Christmas lights and unique festive decorations go up across Paris. The city’s holiday traditions, from ice skating and carousels to chestnuts and mulled wine, bring Paris’s outdoor spaces to life despite the winter chill. Visit Paris for the holiday season and you can see for yourself!
To help you make sense of Paris’s many wintertime offerings, this guide lays out the city’s can’t-miss experiences for the holidays. For more guidance on choosing the right home away from home, take a look at our furnished apartments in Paris.
1. Christmas Lights in Paris
Paris’s streets are transformed with Christmas lights, full of holiday spirit. Photo credit: Paris-avenue-de-montaigne-fashion-ninara
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Paris’s magnificent libraries don’t disappoint, from the Bibliothèque Saint-Geneviève to the American Library of Paris!
Paris has been a center of learning for nearly a millennium, with a rich history of universities and royal patronage. Nowadays, students and workers can enjoy some spectacular library spaces that represent that academic heritage. From well-known Latin Quarter study rooms to a fairytale library in the Marais, the city is full of enchanting work spaces and shelves of books just waiting to be read. Staying in a Paris furnished rental, you can study at home or check out some of these top Paris libraries. Read the entire story here…»
The Louis Vuitton Foundation promotes arts and culture in Paris.(Credit : Daniel Buren L'observatoire de la lumiere travail in situ- Guignard)
When you dream of Paris, you envision strolling through art galleries with a glass of wine in hand or dressing up in the latest haute couture and making your grand entrance into the opera hall. Paris is known as a city of the arts, one trip here and you will certainly see why. Aside from all of the usual tourist sites and museums, take some time to discover this epicenter of the performing arts. Here you will find something to fit everyone’s taste, from opera, theater and ballet to the latest concert line ups and cabaret. And because its Paris, the venues themselves are as intriguing as the events they house. On your next trip to Paris, rent an apartment near one of these iconic venues and immerse yourself in the arts and culture of Paris.
A mix of fashion and art is everywhere in Paris, so it’s not surprising that Louis Vuitton created the non-profit Louis Vuitton Foundation, an art museum and cultural center here, to promote arts and culture in Paris. And of course, it could only be designed by one of the best, the famous architect Frank Gehry, whose internationally acclaimed works include the Guggenheim Museum in Bilboa, Spain. The foundation is located in the 16th arrondissement, and is worth the trip just for the amazing architecture alone. Read the entire story here…»
You can’t swim in the Seine, but you can swim right above it!
While it might not be famous for its beaches, Paris has lots of places to cool off in the summer or get in some exercise: unique pools spread around the city. From Seine-side swimming spots to hidden pools that resemble resorts, you’re bound to find something you like with great pools like these! After a swim or a day lounging in the sun poolside, we’ve got nearby furnished apartments for you to relax in, so take a dip and see what Paris has to offer! Read the entire story here…»
Find a nice seat on the Champs de Mars, beneath the Eiffel Tower, for a picture-perfect summer picnic.
While it might be springtime in Paris that became a cliché, summer in the City of Lights is perhaps even more pleasant. Unique events, beautiful green spaces, and (of course) great outdoor dining and entertainment make the summer one of the best times to visit Paris, whether for a weekend or a longer stay.
The seasonal fun extends across the city’s 20 arrondissements and beyond, but you’ll want to find the perfect vacation rental or furnished apartment for your stay. Take a look at our guide to summer in the city and you can plan a trip that will make you want to stay forever! Read the entire story here…»
Speeding between the famous sights of Europe’s capitals, Eurostar connects London with continental cities from Paris to Avignon.
Once just an engineer’s fantasy, the Channel Tunnel that connects Britain to Continental Europe hasn’t stopped-evolving since its 1994 opening. The latest update to the service offered by Eurostar, the high-speed rail line through the tunnel, brings British travelers farther south than ever before: all the way to Provence! Cosmopolitan London has never been so close to the charms of the South of France. The original stop in Paris makes a great waypoint between the two, so you can make sure your travel time is well-spent. Plus, with our furnished rentals in London, Paris, Provence and the French Riviera, you’ll have a great place to relax after a day on the train, with more privacy and flexibility than a hotel. Read the entire story here…»
From the Latin Quarter to Saint-Germain and beyond, we have the perfect apartments for Paris students!
From the historic Latin Quarter to the ring of modern universities around the city’s perimeter, Paris is also a hub for learning. Attractive to both French and international students, the city is a dream of a college town – full of charming cafés and peaceful parks to read in, not to mention some of the world’s most unique libraries.
Thousands of students flocking to Paris to study each year face an essential question: where to live and how to find the perfect apartment. With our furnished rentals in Paris, you can get help finding housing through a licensed real estate agent and see real photos before booking in advance. Then, all you have left to do is enjoy your time in the City of Lights! Read the entire story here…»
There are new and unique brunch spots popping up all over Paris, like this rooftop dining area at Mama Shelter!
A typical Parisian breakfast, essential to any trip to the city, consists of coffee and a pastry, best enjoyed slowly on a café terrace. But there’s a reason why breakfast is the most important meal of the day – fresh fruit, delicious egg dishes and American favorites like pancakes and hash browns. If you’re craving a hearty morning meal before exploring Paris with family, there is no shortage of brunch spots to explore. Partly American-inspired eateries, partly innovations on the classic Parisian café, the city’s brunch spots offer something for everyone!
After a night out on the town, there’s nothing like waking up late in your furnished rental apartment and heading out for a filling brunch in the area. We hope you enjoy our list of Paris’s 5 best brunch spots, with some apartment suggestions nearby. Bon appetit! Read the entire story here…»