Furnished tourist rentals in Paris - Situation in 2020 compared with seven other major cities

Platforms linking private individuals wanting to rent furnished tourist accommodation  have in the space of a few years become major players in the tourist accommodation market in Paris and other large cities in the world.

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With 36 million, Paris is today one of the main tourist destinations in the world, it is also the world leader in furnished rented accommodation. This offer differs from a hotel, and contributes to enhancing the city internationally. However the growth of this type of accommodation, most often proposed by platforms like Airbnb, Homeaway, Abritel…, is problematic because to a certain extent it impinges on the availability of main residences.
In recent years, similarly to Barcelona and New York, Paris has redefined its regulations to avoid housing being used for tourist rentals all year round without managing to stem the phenomenon, even if the growth of the number of furnished rentals for tourists has slowed down since 2018.

This note describes the extent of the phenomenon of furnished rented accommodation for tourists in Paris, recent developments and the impact it has on the life of Parisians. It also, through the use of maps, compares the situation in Paris with those in other major cities (New York, London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Lyon and Bordeaux), which are also faced with the explosion of furnished tourist accommodation 

Infographie - Locations meublées touristiques à Paris © Apur


Documents to download

  • Note

    Furnished tourist rentals in Paris

    Format : pdf, 13.97 MB

Maps to download

  • Map

    Airbnb Rental advertisments in a number of cities

    Format : pdf, 1.1 MB
  • Map

    The price per night for renting a whole apartment on the Airbnb site, several cities represented

    Format : pdf, 2.77 MB