The team of art historian docents at Paris Muse put on some fantastically informative 2-2.5-hour tours for adults through the Louvre, the Orsay, Notre Dame, and neighborhoods like Montmartre, though their kids tours are a real highlight. Tailored to little ones, they make the learning part fun and informative enough for parents to enjoy. Plus, you get to skip the line at the museum.
5 a Sec
You can find 5 a sec outposts all over Paris: Not only are their dry cleaning services reliable, but they can do a quick turn-around at great prices. They offer home (or hotel) delivery and will send a text when your pieces are ready for pickup.
Haven in Paris
This is like a luxury Airbnb. Beyond corralling really nice house stays, they offer other concierge services like drivers, babysitters, tours, and more. Their blog—www.hipparis.com—is full of great city-wide recommendations.
17 Avenue George V
Baby Prestige carefully vets their bilingual babysitters, and is able to accommodate on fairly short notice. They also offer more long-term childcare options for residents.
At Your Service
The American staff here know Paris intimately: Not only will they send you to the best spots, but they'll get you the best tables and hotel rooms, too. They also provide property management services to residents.
Brazilian Wax (Closed)
Resanne will come to you—whether it's your home or hotel room—which is actually quite rare in Paris; beyond her (nearly) painless waxes, she also does mani/pedis.
This is just what we want after we've walked Paris all day, but don't want the hassle of checking into a spa. Reserve by phone, confirm your address by email, and they'll come straight to your home or hotel.
Haven In Paris
This is like a luxury Airbnb. Beyond corralling really nice house stays, they offer other concierge services like drivers, babysitters, tours, and more. Their blog is full of great city-wide recommendations. They’re based in the states, which makes the customer service piece leading up to the trip a total breeze.