You want to visit Paris, but would prefer not to empty your wallet on housing? It’s understandable. On the face of it, Paris is a generally expensive city, but if you look a little more thoroughly, you’ll find hidden gems… But don’t worry because France Hotel Guide has done the job for you! Here is our list of hotels under 50€ a night. They are cheap but still pleasant hotels for a trip that is easy on the wallet.
1) Hotel Ermitage
District: 11e arrondissement – Menilmontant
Situated in the northeast of Paris, this very likeable hotel offers 24 bedrooms, some of which have an incredible view on Paris thanks to its strategic location on the heights of the city!
In this cosy and popular, but still calm and authentic, neighbourhood, you can go to the Père Lachaise cemetery (20 min by foot/5 min by bike) to visit Jim Morrison’s or Molière’s grave (to each its own!). You can also take a stroll in the Buttes Chaumont park in Belleville (15 min by foot/5 min by bike) to enjoy its lawn and lake and sunbathe quietly, if the sun is there to help!
Finally, after 30 minutes of public transport, you can go to “l’Île de la Cité”, true heart of the city, so that you can visit the Notre-Dame cathedral!
In terms of services, the hotel offers, with a friendly and warm welcome, simple and double rooms in a cosy atmosphere. You’ll have access to free Wi-Fi as well as a High Definition TV … Perfect to relax! Another good point: the metro is only 5 minutes away for easy trips through all of Paris.
Prices: From 49€/night
Address: 42 Rue de l’Ermitage, 75020 Paris
How to get there: Metro line 11 Jourdain
2) Au Royal Mad
District: 11e arrondissement – Voltaire/La Roquette
Still in the east of Paris, you’ll have the opportunity during a trip in this hotel to discover neighbourhoods with a good atmosphere for your pleasure if you enjoy a good night out!
Just around the corner of la rue de la Roquette, you are all set for a culinary and visual trip, no matter which way you go.
On one side: the Place de la Bastille with its “génie d’or” (the golden statue of an angel!), where you’ll find all the necessary addresses in case of small or big hunger. On the way stop at Rue de Lappe if you also have a small or (preferably) big thirst with all its bars on each side of the street!
On the other side: the Père Lachaise cemetery (which we’ve already told you about). But if you’d like to keep on partying, make a turn on Rue Saint Maur, known for its cheap but nice bars with a good ambiance. There is no bad choice!
The Royal Mad offers simple, plain but comfortable rooms with all the necessary materials (small fridge + microwave in the rooms) and a warm welcome. You’ll certainly feel at home!
Prices: From 49€/night
Address: 68 Rue Sedaine, 75011 Paris
How to get there: Metro line 9 Voltaire
3) Ibis Budget Paris Porte De Montmartre**
District: 18e arrondissement – Montmartre Nord
At the edge of Paris, the Ibis Budget of Porte de Montmartre offers you a service of quality in a modern and pleasant establishment with minimalistic bedrooms. With its 464 bedrooms you’ll have all the choices that you need, whether you come alone or with your family!
Only 20 minutes by foot or by bike (for the more courageous) of the Sacré Coeur, you are in perfect condition to go on an adventure and discover the streets of Paris.
If you’d prefer to go a little further, no problem! The metro is only 10 minutes away, or if you want to travel out of Paris, the hotel has private parking, convenient for car trips. And if you want to bring back souvenirs from Paris, go to the famous flea market, only 5 minutes away!
Note that you’ll also have free access to Wi-Fi, last generation TVs, as well as a full breakfast buffet.
Prices: From 42€/night
How to get there: Metro line 13 Porte Saint-Ouen or Garibaldi
4) Hôtel de la Terrasse
Quartier: 18e arrondissement – Porte de Clignancourt
At the very north of Paris, the Hôtel de la Terrasse assures professional service and a pleasant welcome to make your trip easier and improve your experience as a tourist. It has 41 bedrooms with a warm decoration equipped with showers and toilets but also a phone line and a television.
For sport enthusiasts, you can go to the Poissonniers Sports Centre or the Bertrand Dauvin stadium, each 5 minutes away from the hotel, ideal to unwind after a quiet and tiring day! If you want to see something bigger, the France Stadium is only 30 minutes away by public transport…
And if you are more of an artistic person, don’t hesitate to visit one of the many museums in the neighbourhood, such as the Espace Dali or the Montmartre Museum, right next to the Sacré Coeur. Finally, if you want to go further away, don’t worry: the metro is right in front of the hotel!
Prices: From 50€/night
Address: 67 Rue Letort, 75018 Paris
How to get there: Metro line 4 Porte de Clignancourt
5) Hipotel Paris Gare du Nord Merryl**
District: 18e arrondissement – La Chapelle
Still in the north of Paris, the Hipotel Paris Gare du Nord has traditional, convenient and comfy rooms. Only 10 min away from Gare du Nord, you won’t have any problem reaching the hotel after a tiring trip! You’ll be charmed by its dynamic neighbourhood near the metro (5 min by foot) and its friendly, pleasant and effective personnel.
And when you’re ready, move towards the Châtelet neighbourhood only 15 minutes away using public transport: it is the center of Paris and the perfect place to discover the shops and architecture of Paris. And, most importantly, don’t be in a hurry, because it is easy to get lost there!
Finally, for the people thirsty for culture and knowledge, the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie is only a few metro stops away, with all around it the famous parc of la Villette… A perfect day in prospect!
Prices: From 43€/night
Address: 7-9 Rue Pajol, 75018 Paris
How to get there: Metro line 12 Porte de la Chapelle
6) Hôtel de Nantes
District: 17e arrondissement – Batignolles
At the northwest of Paris, this hôtel is located in a dynamic and active neighbourhood where you’ll find everything you need: Restaurants, supermarkets, cafes, bars… You won’t be missing anything! With its sober and traditional decoration, the hôtel offers 39 bedrooms equipped with a sink and a TV. The personnel is very helpful and at your disposal for any kind of problem.
If the desire to take a stroll comes your way, you’ll be charmed by the surrounding parks only 10 minutes away: The Batignolles square, the Ernest-Gouin square, and especially the famous Martin Luther King Park, which will make you feel like you’ve escaped the city!
Five minutes away by foot, the metro and RER Porte de Clichy will allow you to go anywhere inside and outside the city, to the Palace of Versailles, for instance, only a few RER stops away.
Prices: From 37€/night
Address: 3 Rue Boulay, 75017 Paris
How to get there: Metro line 13 and RER C Porte de Clichy
7) Hôtel Richard
District: 11e arrondissement – Charonne
And finally in the east of the city, at the heart of the 11e arrondissement, the Richard Hôtel is at the perfect location to visit the memorable places of Paris. This very pleasant hotel offers multiple services such as free Wi-Fi, as well as total access for disabled people. The bedrooms, with their colorful and warm decorations, will make you feel at home! Right next to the Charonne metro stop, you’ll have no trouble going in every part of the city.
For instance, why don’t you go to the docks of the Seine, only 15 minutes away from the hotel for a urban but calm discovery! And when it’s lunch time, keep heading towards the Cour Saint Emilion, right next to the Parc de Bercy, to eat in one of its many restaurants.
At last, if you prefer a more natural setting, we suggest you go to the Parc Floral only 15 minutes away in public transports, for an invigorating stroll.
Prices: From 48€/night
Address: 35 Rue Richard Lenoir, 75011 Paris
How to get there: Metro line 9 Charonne
If it’s still not enough, they are more that a hundred cheap hotels in Paris on our website. You’ll find one for you for sure!
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