13 Cheap Hostels in Paris at the Same Quality as a Hotel

Whether you are just in Paris for a couple of days or you want to stay for a little while longer, hostels are a good solution – because while not everyone has the same budget, we all have the same things that we’re looking for! We have therefore selected 13 quiet, clean and above all cheap hostels in Paris. Between dormitories and rooms you will have the choice, and always at affordable prices.

But first of all, there are a few things to keep in mind about Parisian hostels: obviously, to offer you more affordable prices to stay in the heart of the capital, they must make concessions. As a result, some services are not provided in the same way as in a hotel. Also, in the middle of Paris, space is scarce and your room will necessarily be smaller than in a hotel. Having say that, some cheap hotels in Paris aren’t quite as well maintained as some of the hsotels of this list. But anyway, with the city stretching out at your feet, it would be a shame to lock yourself in there!

 

1) Les Piaules Hostel

les piaules hostel
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 6 to 8 people. Mixed or not.
Rooms: 2 to 4 people (some of which have their own bathroom)

Prices:
Dormitories: €25 per night
Rooms: €90 per night

+ Optional breakfast (€3).

Rooftop with a suber view, common room/bar, young, dynamic and very nice staff, cleanliness … these are the many positive points highlighted by guests of the “Les Piaules” hostel.
We can also talk about its ideal location: it is situated right next to the metro station called “Couronnes” in the popular neighborhood of Belleville. It has wifi included, it has a games room and library for relaxing moments as well as the possibility of renting sheets and towels (at an extra charge) for even more serenity.
While all dormitories have access to a shared bathroom (toilet + shower), there are also rooms for 2 to 4 four people with private bathrooms. And there is even the option of a double room with a view.

Pros: The privacy of the beds, thanks to their curtains, sockets and individual lamps.
Cons: Few bathrooms (for rooms that do not have one).

Address: 59 Boulevard De Belleville, 11e arr., 75011 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

2) Smart Place Gare du Nord by Hiphophostels

smart place auberge
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 4 to 6 people. Mixed or not.
Rooms: 2 to 4 people (one of which has a private bathroom)

Prices:
Dormitories: €24 per night
Rooms: €67 per night

+ optional breakfast (€4).

When you ask the guests at Smart Place Gare du Nord what impressed them about this hostel, they answer: respect for others, calm and, above all, value for money.
This hostel, with its clean and modern decor, is located very close to the Gare du Nord station, which offers several connections that allows you to quickly visit many Parisian tourist sites.
In addition, the free wifi, the kitchen and the 24-hour reception leave you completely self-sufficient. But, if you wish to be a little guided, Smart Place Gare du Nord can offer you many activities and excursions during your stay. All you have to do is ask. The staff is friendly and speaks many languages.

Pros: The proximity of transport, and the small balconies of some rooms with a view of Paris.
Cons: Heating: Yes. Air conditioning: No! Choose cooler times of year than the summer.

Address: 28 rue de Dunkerque, 10e arr., 75010 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

3) Oops! Latin quarter by Hiphophostels

oops hostel
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 2 to 4 people. Mixed.
Rooms: 2 people.

Prices:
Dormitories: €35 per night (even for “dormitories” of two people)
Rooms (with private bathroom): from €80 per night (varies according to the time of the year).

+ Continental breakfast included.

Very colorful, the Oops! Latin Quarter is unanimously acclaimed in terms of value for money. A well-stocked breakfast (cereals, milk, coffee, tea, croissants, bread, butter, etc.) is included in the price. With small dormitories (for 2 to 4 people), superb quiet and clean rooms, free wifi and a very warm welcome, the Oops! has everything to please.
And it doesn’t stop there! Its location is perfect for tourists: close to the Latin Quarter and 2.2km from Notre-Dame (and therefore Saint-Michel), tourist sites on the left bank are within walking distance. For the rest, the nearest metro station allows you to reach the centre of Paris in just 10 minutes.
Finally, the reception is open 24 hours a day and the area is full of restaurants. It’s up to you to eat wherever you want before you go home whenever you want!

Pros: the flawless decor and the hotel-airport shuttles, with a luggage room.
Cons: Towels are for rent (€2), and they only take cash for the payment of the rooms.

Address: 50 Avenue Des Gobelins, 13e arr., 75013 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

4) Beautiful Belleville Hôtel & Hostel

beautiful belleville paris auberge
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 2 to 4 people. Mixed.
Rooms: Double or single.

Prices:
Dormitories: €30 per night
Rooms: €90 per night

+Continental breakfast included.

Beautiful and brand-new, this hostel has just been tastefully renovated. Clean and practical, the rooms and dormitories often have their own bathrooms. As a result, if you find yourself in a room without a bathroom, you won’t have to share the common room with many people.
For services: there is a free wifi and a 24-hour reception where the staff speaks 6 different languages. A little something extra: trays and kettles are available in all rooms, practical to make a small tea in your room. But that is only if you don’t feel like enjoying the common areas and the bar! It would be a shame though; the staff is very friendly and the common room is full of board games (there is even a foosball table); ideal for those who have planned to spend time in their hostel.
If single rooms are more expensive, it is because they have some additional services, such as air conditioning or a television.

Location: it is perfect. You are just 400 metres from the Parc des Buttes Chaumont and therefore from its metro (Line 7b).

Pros: its views of the city and the possibility that you can cook your own food.
Cons: locks are to be brought back or bought at the reception (€5), also remember to take an extra blanket in winter if you are the type that gets cold.

Address: 12 rue de l’Atlas, 19e arr., 75019 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

5) Vintage Paris Gare du Nord by Hiphophostels

vintage paris auberge
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 4 people. Mixed.
Rooms: Double

All rooms/dormitories have a private bathroom.

Prices:
Dormitories: €25 per night
Rooms: €75 per night

+Optional breakfast (€6).

Vintage Paris Gare du Nord is the hostel designed for travellers and lovers of walking in the city. Close to Montmartre by foot, 10 minutes from Sacré Coeur and 5 stops from Barbès and Anvers (which allows you to reach directly the Arc de Triomphe), it offers the possibility to visit many tourist sites very quickly.
But any exploration deserves rest, and at the end of the day you can enjoy the large lounge of the hostel. Something a little extra are its 2 free-access computers that will allow you to plan your next Parisian adventure.
As far as catering is concerned, a continental breakfast is optional, but you can bring something to eat. The kitchen includes a microwave, refrigerator and kettle. A unique bonus is that all rooms and dormitories have a private bathroom. Finally, many sockets are available near each bed, even in a bunk bed.

Pros: the small balconies of some rooms that allow you to enjoy a drink while looking down on the city from above.
Cons: the narrowness of the rooms and the lockers for 4 people.

Address: 73 rue de Dunkerque, 9e arr., 75009 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

6) Le Montclair Montmartre by Hiphophostels

Montclair Montmartre auberge Paris
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 4 to 6 people. Mixed or not.
Rooms: Family (4) or double (with or without private bathroom)

Prices:
Dormitories: €23 per night
Rooms: €65-90 per night, depending on the room.

+optional breakfast (€6).

Ideal for short stays. “Simplicity” and “efficiency” define Montclair Montmartre. With its accessible prices and the proximity of its public transport (Jules Joffrin metro at 150 meters + bus) it is a competitive establishment. It is also ideal for family trips with its intimate “family rooms” and private bathrooms.
If breakfast is to be taken in addition, nothing will prevent you from preparing your own meals, as groceries are available 200 metres from the hostel. The kitchen is well equipped, and you will feel at home. Wifi is free and the reception is open 24 hours a day. There is a hostel/airport shuttle system.
Finally, the many available brochures and books on Paris will make your excursion easier and more complete; not to mention the warm staff will be happy to advise you.

Pros: the game room, luggage and lockers.
Cons: the absence of an elevator in a six-floor hostel.

Address: 62 Rue Ramey, 18e arr., 75018 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

7) Arty Paris Porte de Versailles by Hiphophostels

arty hotel auberge
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 4 to 6 people. Mixed or not.
Rooms: Family (4), double or single (with private bathroom or not)

Prices
Dormitories: €34 per night
Rooms: €80-115 per night depending on the room.

+Optional breakfast (€6)

Spending a night, or several nights, in a hostel means having to deal with promiscuity. But as far as the Arty is concerned, most of its rooms and dormitories have private bathrooms. It is a good compromise for those who do not like to wait and still seek privacy in a cheaper stay.
And even if their sizes are reduced, they offer additional comfort. Although breakfast (€6) is not included in the room price, it is still convenient. Otherwise, as in most hostels, you can bring your own food to satisfy your desires (especially with the grocery stores 100 meters away and the common kitchen in the hostel).
This hostel is ideal for travellers attending exhibitions, given the proximity to the Parc des Expositions de Versailles. Finally, its common lounge is ideal for exchanges around the foosball table or in its leather armchairs.

Pros: The common room is spacious and very open. And the hostel’s shuttle service makes it very easy to get to and from the airport.
Cons: private bathrooms for most of the bedrooms, so relatively small.

Address: 62 Rue Des Morillons, 15e arr., 75015 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

8) Perfect Hotel & Hostel

perfect hotel auberge
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 4 people. Mixed or not.
Rooms: Double or triples

Prices:
Dormitories: €25 per night
Rooms: €65-95 per night, depending on the room.

+Continental breakfast included.

To be “Perfect” this hostel/hotel has everything to please in terms of location. 5 minutes walk from the Anvers metro station, 15 minutes from the Moulin-Rouge, 800 metres from Sacré Coeur and very close to the Opéra Garnier, it is ideal for tourists, those who want to be amazed. The district is very tourist-oriented and accessible.
In addition, Perfect Hotel & Hostel has a shuttle system for the airport and a free luggage service.
A minor disadvantage is the lack of diversity in breakfast, which remains classic: chocolate bread, croissant, coffee, tea, orange juice. But as it is included, there’s nothing to complain about. Microwaves, kettles and wifi are at your disposal. And if you can’t find what you’re looking for, there’s nothing to stop you from buying food at the (nearby) grocery store. Or simply for breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can visit one of the restaurants/cafés on the same street.

Pros: the proximity of tourist places, to see as much of Paris as possible in a short time.
Cons: the classic French breakfast which may lack choice for foreign tourists.
Address: 39 Rue Rodier, 9e arr., 75009 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

9) Le Village Montmartre by Hiphophostels

village Montmartre auberge
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 4 to 8 people. Mixed or not.
Rooms: double.

Price:
Dormitories: €26 per night
Rooms: €50 per night

+Optional breakfast (€6).

Without hesitation the main asset of the Village Montmartre is its magnificent terrace with a view of the Sacré Coeur. Open, spacious, sunny, ideal for meetings,, in short it is the best hostel you could find!
The interior is modern and also spacious. And that’s a good point when you know that there are quite large dormitories (8 people). It’s very simple: we get some air and we don’t step on each other. As for the catering, taste French cheeses, enjoy the bar, and a fully equipped kitchen to really cook as if you were at home – especially with the grocery store just across the street and the bakery only a few meters away.
Each accommodation has its own private bathroom and air conditioning.

As for the location: the Montmartre district is just next door and Sacré-Coeur is only 10 minutes walk away.

Pros: the exceptional location and the nearby metro.
Cons: it can happen that the street is a little noisy on weekends, so we suggest that you stay during the week.

Address: 20 rue d’Orsel, 18e arr., 75018 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

10) Caulaincourt Montmartre by Hiphophostels

Caulaincourt Montmartre Auberge
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 3 to 6 people. Mixed or not.
Rooms: Single, Double or Triple.

Price:
Dormitories: €30 per night
Room: €60-100 per night, depending on the room.

+Continental breakfast included

With a refined, comfortable and clean decor, Caulaincourt Montmartre plays it safe. And it’s location is not bad either: for a very reasonable price you’ll find yourself very close to Sacré-Coeur (600 meters) in the 18th arrondissement district. Three minutes walk from Lamarck-Caulaincourt metro station, if you arrive by train from Gare du Nord or Gare de l’Est, you will reach the hostel in 15 to 20 minutes. Finally, if you want to go for a walk in the city, Les Champs-Élysées is 3km away and the Opéra Garnier is only 2km away.

Regarding the hostel: free wifi and breakfast are included. On the other hand, the hotel has stairs and no elevator, so plan to have light luggage.

Pros: the decor of the rooms, and the locality.
Cons: no lockers in the dormitories.

Address: 2 square Caulaincourt, 18e arr., 75018 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

11) The Loft Boutique Hostel

loft boutique auberge
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 3, 4 or 6 people. Mixed or not.
Rooms: single or double

Prices:
Dormitories: €25/30 per night, depending on the dormitories.
Rooms: €80-100 per night, depending on the rooms.

+Optional breakfast (€4.5).

Cheap, clean, with a very nice atmosphere and 10 minutes by metro from downtown Paris – a recipe that works, since the hostel has been welcoming travellers since 2012. It has been nicely renovated in a neat and modern style. It is located two minutes from Belleville station (metro 2 and 11). While its furnished terrace is a great asset, the small balconies of some rooms and dormitories will also delight you. Rooms and dormitories all have private rooms, which is quite exceptional for a hostel. Another rather practical detail: small lockers to leave your important items are available.
Breakfast is a little basic, but enough for the price, and there is always the possibility of eating outside, especially if you are a late riser, because the kitchen closes early.

Pros: shuttles to the airport and the small, friendly courtyard.
Cons: no elevator and a bit of a lack of electrical outlets in the dormitories (a small extension may be useful).

Address: 70 Rue Julien Lacroix, 20e arr., 75020 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

12) Absolute Hotel Paris République

absolute hotel auberge
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: 3 people. Mixed or not. With shower.
Rooms: double or family (4). With or without bathroom.

Price:
Dormitories: €38 per night
Rooms: €70-95 per night

+Optional breakfast (€7).

Don’t let the name fool you, this is a hostel; and its main advantage is its offbeat decor – an ode to pop culture and diversity. It is colourful with its graphs full of character. Art lovers? This accommodation is made for you! In addition, the “dormitories” are quite small in number and you will also find rooms, some of which have a bathroom.
Although there is no kitchen, don’t worry – the street is very lively and you will easily find something to eat. However, breakfast can be taken in addition to the price of the night for those who wish it; it is sometimes even included.
Once again, art lovers will not be disappointed as the hostel is located next to the George Pompidou Centre (1.5km) and next to the Opéra Bastille (2km). This proximity will give you access to other districts: Châtelet, Le Marais and Bastille.

Pros: the unparalleled decor and the hostel’s partnership with the nearby Appollo theatre.
Cons: lockers at the reception desk and not in the rooms.

Address: 1 rue de la fontaine au roi, 11e arr., 75011 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

 

13) Le Regent Montmartre

Regent Montmartre Auberge
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Types of beds:
Dormitories: from 4 to 6 beds.
Rooms: Double, triple or family (4).

Prices:
Dormitories: around €25 per night
Rooms: from €65 (common bathrooms) to €80-100 (private bathroom with bathtub); then around €145 for family rooms.

+Optional breakfast (€6).

Considering the price of double or triple rooms, one could not expect private bathrooms, and even less with a bathtub! Although the spaces are sometimes limited, the rooms, well lit, are nevertheless pleasant.
And then, we quickly forget the size of the room when we are located at the foot of the Sacred Heart! So much so, that some rooms in this hostel have a direct view of it. If breakfast seems a little expensive to you, it is at least varied. It is also optional, so nothing prevents you from having breakfast out on the terrace in the streets of the Montmartre district. You are also free to use the common kitchen.
In terms of location, the Anvers metro station is located just in front of the hotel.

Pros: the elevator (although a little small), and of course the unique location.
Cons: the narrowness of some rooms.

Address: 37 Boulevard Rochechouart, 9e arr., 75009 Paris, France
Availabilities & Booking: Booking.com

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