Post # 1
I have been having the most difficult time trying to find a place to stay in Paris. Hotels are crazy expensive, so a friend suggested AirbNb and here’s some I’ve narrowed down, all quite different.. Which is your favourite? Keep in mind, getting ready photos will be done there.
Thanks so much ladies!
Post # 3
#1 and #4 are my favorites. I love all of them, but for photos I feel like these would work best. I think the others have a little too much going on, but then again it depends on what types of photos you’re going for. How exciting! So jealous 😛
Post # 4
- Wedding: July 2014 - Prague
I don’t like the bland places that are mostly white. I chose #2. That garden/courtyard is to die for!!!!!!
Post # 5
They’re all lovely but I think #2 is best for “getting ready” pictures. It’s gorgeous and has a very Parisian feel to it. Also, if your dress is white or ivory, I think it will really stand out in this flat and the courtyard is wonderful too.
I love #1 too because it’s so full of light and crisp and white but I don’t think it will photograph so well. If your dress is hot pink, I would suggest this one though! 🙂
Post # 6
I would narrow it down to 2 and 5 because of the space, price, and layout. 2 is a little too hipstery for my taste so 5 won my vote.
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2014 - Ontario, Canada ♥ EDD- April 2016
#1 if my favourite, but I don’t think that it would be the best spot for pictures because of all the white. To me, it’s the prettiest and the most ‘French’ though.
#5 is my second choice and I think even though there’s a lot of white, it wouldn’t be bad for pictures, because of the wood accents throughout (: I think I also like it because it’s closest to #1 aha
Post # 8
Ughhhh I don’t know how I’m going to pick. There’s a few 700+ a night places I like, but I think my SO would kill me. lol
Post # 9
Do #1 or #4 – the locations can’t be beat! I lived like 2 minutes from both of those apartments when I studied abroad and it’s just so close to EVERYTHING. So jealous…enjoy your trip!
Post # 10
As if I’m not having a hard enough time picking.. I just found this place too.
Post # 11
except I did vote for #2 because even if more trendy than my taste I think it will photograph very well.
Nice to have two bedrooms in #5 though.
Post # 13
@ellie-b: You know, I completely agree. I think it’s too dark. I shoot weddings, so I feel like I over analyze and pick apart everything. I wish I could pick certain parts of each place and make my dream place lol.
Post # 14
I didn’t vote, because I can’t tell from the site, but how close are these to attractions? The best hotel advice I ever got was to make sure your hotel was near where you wanted to go. It can save a ton of money on getting to and from what you want to do. On average, a hotel that was “in city center” opposed to “near city center” would save someone around $100 a day on transit costs. Assuming they had to rent a car or take a cab to get where they wanted to go, it doesn’t sound too far off.
I would find out where each is located in relation to what you want to see and pick the one that ticks the most off your list. Paris is beautiful, and even during a honeymoon, I doubt you will spend much time in your room.
Post # 15
Number 1!!!!!! By far. So clean and gorgeous! You will stand out beautifully in the pictures against all the white.
Post # 16
I would also recommend #1 or #4 depending on the vibe you want to go for. #1 modern and lofty, but also romantic with a nice fireplace. #4 is classy and a bit old-school, also romantic. I would choose #1, but #4 is also stunning.