Paris is the city of romance. Gorgeous old buildings, summer picnics with rosé in the parks, visiting the flea markets, an aperitif before dinner at a footpath café, watching the lights on the Eiffel Tower after dark. There’s so much to do in Paris!
But what’s the romance of Paris if you have to leave your dog behind? To help you out, I’ve put together this list of gorgeous Airbnbs scattered across Paris, all that allow dogs to stay with you. So choose from these dog-friendly Airbnbs in Paris for your next romantic trip…
For more inspiration for your trip to Paris, check out this huge list of what to do in Paris (including the most romantic places to visit)!
A Beautiful Room in Saint-Germain-des-Près (6e)
This beautiful and relaxing dog-friendly room is located in a small hotel in Saint-Germain-des-Près on the Left Bank of Paris. Centrally located, it’s just a short walk to the dog-friendly Luxembourg Gardens or take a stroll along the banks of the Seine with your dog.
At night, there’s plenty of restaurants located close by. Afterwards, retire to your gorgeous and recently remodelled room for the night, with easy lift access. Other features include wi-fi, air-conditioning and free coffee.
A Designer Apartment in the Marais (3e)
This modern, designer apartment is located in the heart of the Marais district, close to the centre of Paris and a metro station, plus just a short walk from the banks of the Seine.
Inside there are two bedrooms, both with queen-size beds, as well as a soft bed in the living room. The apartment can accommodate up to six guests, but is better suited for four guests. Wi-fi and a full kitchen are included.
Note that the apartment has limited external windows. However, it is conveniently located on the ground floor, so the trade-off is the lack of stairs. Pets are welcome for the small additional charge of €12 per night.
About the Author
Shandos Cleaver is the founder of Travelnuity: Dog-Friendly Travel. She has travelled extensively with her Miniature Dachshund, Schnitzel, including to 33 countries across Europe, every state and territory of Australia except Tasmania, and 10 of the United States. She’s passionate about providing inspiration and information to others wanting to travel with their dogs, whether close to home or internationally.