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From exploring the tiny islands in the Seine to consuming all the delicious food you can handle, an extended stay in Paris, France, might just be the perfect vacation.
When you book a Paris apartment hotel, you can explore some of the little-known areas of the city.
Head to the Ile aux Cygnes, an artificial island in the Seine. Only 850 metres long, the island sports the “I’Allee des Cygnes,” a pedestrian walkway that leads to a 22-meter tall replica of the Statue of Liberty. Didn’t know it was there, did you? Now, switch islands and head over to the Ile de la Cite, one of the Seine’s two natural islands. There’s actually three medieval constructions for you to explore on this island; the most famous of them is the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, with its French Gothic architecture and stunning panorama of the city from its towers. The Isle de la Cite is also home to the Saint-Chapelle, a royal chapel constructed in the Gothic style. The interior is filled with some of the most extraordinary stained-glass windows you’ll ever see, many of which date back to its original completion date in 1248.
You’ll have time to fully explore the city and its Gothic architecture when you plan for a longer stay and book a Paris apartment hotel. These appointments often include a full kitchen, so you can cook meals rather than eat out all the time, as well as access to laundry service and a spacious bedroom. You’ll need that full kitchen after a visit to Rue Mouffetard, a mostly pedestrian street that offers a famous flea market. This is where you’ll find the meat and fresh produce to create that perfect Parisian meal.
An extended stay anywhere begins with a rate you can afford. That’s where Expedia.ca steps in. We provide the cheapest deals on hotels in Paris, no matter how long you want to stay or where you want to visit. Keep more money in your pocket and spend it on the things that matter most, like fresh sweets from Rue Mouffetard.