Paris, France
Airbnb Data and Analytics - July 2017

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Paris, France
48,903 active rentals
Jul '15 - Jun '17
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Batignolles Monceau
3011 active rentals
1755 active rentals
Buttes Chaumont
2314 active rentals
Buttes Montmartre
5365 active rentals
3153 active rentals
1565 active rentals
Hôtel de Ville
2159 active rentals
1266 active rentals
1859 active rentals
2408 active rentals
1839 active rentals
2088 active rentals
Palais Bourbon
1658 active rentals
1884 active rentals
2838 active rentals
4428 active rentals
1769 active rentals
2637 active rentals
3484 active rentals
1421 active rentals
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Active Airbnb rentals in Paris, France

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Airbnb Host Information

active hosts
multiple listing hosts

Airbnb Property Information

active Airbnb rentals
10 or more reviews
rated 5 stars

Airbnb Rental Activity

Months Available for Rent
Months Rented

Airbnb Occupancy

Occupancy Rate by Percentile
Entire place listings with at least 1 booking in the month
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Airbnb Prices

Average ADR by Listing Type
Studio/Number of bedrooms indicates Entire place room type (USD)
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Airbnb Revenue

Revenue by Room Type
Of listings rented at least 30 days over last 12 months
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Airbnb Seasonal Demand (RevPAR)

Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR)
Entire place listings (USD)
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Best Airbnb Rentals in Paris

Listing Title Room Type Rooms Airdna Score
1 Elysées Wagram 1 - Brkfst included Private room 1 93
2 Elysées Wagram 2 - Brkfst included Private room 1 93
3 Large design studio Champs-Elysées Entire Place 0 93
4 DUPLEX 80M2 - Marais Entire Place 2 93
5 In the best spot to visite Paris Entire Place 1 92
6 Belle chambre sur cour très calme Private room 1 90
7 Chambre \"Coté Montmartre\" Private room 1 90
8 Simple and lovely, in the heart of Marais Entire Place 1 89
9 Charming flat in hip Belleville Entire Place 1 88

Airbnb Research on Paris, France

Paris leads the world as the most sought after Airbnb destinations. The summer of 2011 brought 26,263 Airbnb guests to Paris. Three years later, the summer of 2014 recorded an increase of 500,000 to 517,821 arrivals. To accommodate these visitors, Paris is now home to upwards of 40,000 active Airbnb listings and considered Airbnb’s “Global Capital” for rentals.

Based on tracking over 20,000 of these listings, nearly 90% of Paris rentals are entire homes while 10% are considered private rooms. Further, 1-room properties account for nearly half of these listings. Properties are scattered throughout the city; however, the neighborhoods containing the largest number of properties are Le Maries, Montemartre, and Quartier Latin amongst others. Entire homes maintain the highest median nightly price, while in comparison, private rooms charge half per night. With regard to demand, the highest median occupancy rates occur from early spring through late Fall when the weather is most comfortable. Occupancy rates peak during these times and decrease sharply throughout the winter season. For example, one of the highest levels of occupancy occurs in October at 75%, and falls nearly 20% entering November. The price increases and recovers to peak levels March into April. During these times, 1-bedroom listing prices average $112 while private rooms average $51.

Contrary to some other cities that have confronted Airbnb with regulations, the French government has committed to welcoming more visitors and growing its’ tourism industry. A key component to these efforts has included the support of Airbnb.

Currently, Airbnb acts in full accordance with Paris legislation and enforces local taxes and regulations. This has led to a constructive relationship between hosts and Airbnb, as well as Airbnb and the City of Paris.