The 2024 Olympic Games will be held in Paris from July 26 to August 11.

This long-awaited major competition will attract millions of visitors from all over the world. Paris must therefore be prepared to welcome large numbers of travelers, but above all to accommodate them.

What are the rates?

The median overnight rate varies regularly. Currently set at €603 for all districts and types of accommodation, this index can vary depending on the arrondissement. Thanks to the
OptiRental website
site, you can track changes in rates by arrondissement in Paris, Hauts-de-Seine and Seine-Saint-Denis in real time.

The surge in prices is particularly noticeable in the central arrondissements of Paris, where Olympic facilities are most numerous.

What equipment, at what price?

To maximize the value of your rental, certain equipment is particularly attractive. We’ve picked out the 3 that we think will really come in handy, and the financial value they’ll add to your home.

A TV: The median rate for a property with a TV is €686 per night.
Mobility : Single-storey homes are particularly popular, with a median price of €719.
Cooling: If your accommodation has air conditioning, the median rate for a night’s stay is €1026.

Adapting capacity

It’s not always easy to adjust your price according to your capacity.

If you’re hosting a duo, the median rate is currently around €360 per night, while if you’re hosting a group of at least 6 people, it’s €1,141.

Of course, we mustn’t forget the Paralympic Games. To this end, Optirental has created a
dedicated page
to rent at the best price during the event.

We hope we’ve shed a little more light on the difficult rental situation in Paris for the Olympic Games. By following these tips, you’ll be better prepared to welcome travelers from all over the world and make the most of this exceptional time.