For the sake of aspirational Parisian fashion, we hoped it wouldn't be the Chicago option. Besides, 'Emily in Chicago' just doesn't have the same ring to it.
Now that season three has finally hit screens, we know for a fact that she stayed in Paris - and boy, oh boy, are the locations STUNNING.
Scroll on to see where Emily in Paris season three is filmed.
Emily In Paris season three filming locations...
One of the filming locations for season three is the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Located in the heart of Paris, it holds nearly 6,000 designer clothing items, jewellery, toys and furniture.
Oh, there's also the Eiffel tower, casually. And a lavender field in Provence, France.
As for the hot air balloon ride? That was filmed at the Château de Montpoupon (a castle in the Touraine region of the Loire Valley).
Clover Gordes was also used as a filming lcoation for the L'Espirit de Luberon restaurant moments.
And did you have pool envy watching Emily and Mindy sip drinks in front of that fresh water? Same. That was filmed at the Hôtel Molitor in Paris.
It's an iconic historical location that was restored as a hotel in 2014. The minimalist interiors serve to honour the building's Art Deco heritage. BRB booking a room right now.
One of the oldest revue theatres in the city of love, La Nouvelle Eve also made an appearance in this season of Emily in Paris.
The over-a-century old structure has midnight blue velvet walls (a Swiftie?) and has stars scattered on the ceiling. We love to see it.
Before season three, we saw many iconic Parisian locations in the show - including The Place de l’Estrapade, The Place de Valois, The jardin du Palais Royal, The Café de l’Homme, The Hôtel d’Evreux, The Atelier des Lumières, Rue de l’Abreuvoir, The Café de Flore, and The Musée des Arts Forains.