5. Batille Hotel
Bastille hotel has private rooms at a great rate, so if you want to see Paris on a budget or are planning to whisk away a special someone for a romantic holiday and you NEED a private room, this should be the first place you check out.
It’s near Montmarte and is close to all amenities. The breakfast is great too, so you can save there and splurge out on a special dinner with that special someone.MORE INFO
4. Le Montclair Montmartre
Described as being situated in the heart of a ‘bohemian’ suburb, Le Montclair offers you the choice of beds in small dorms (mixed or single sex) or private rooms. Whichever you choose, the rooms are clean, relatively spacious and brightly decorated in blues, yellows and greys for a cheerful but simple vibe.
There’s a nice shared lounge with a football table, free WiFi and a traditional Parisian breakfast on offer featuring croissants, cheese and baguettes – but you also have free use of a great kitchen, so you can easily fix yourself a meal if you like.MORE INFO
3. The Three Ducks Eiffel Tower
The building that the three ducks hostel is in was a historical site that was renovated and redecorated to form one of the best hostels in Paris. And yes – you can see the Eiffel Tower from certain points of it – the famous landmark is only 2km away.
There’s a bar, a kitchen and a terrace; as well as reading lamps, free luggage storage, free WiFi and free breakfast. The rooms are bright and modern, with shared bathrooms. Best of all, it’s super clean and neat.
The rooms in this Paris hostel aren’t the cheapest, but the included breakfast is superb and so is the location.MORE INFO
2. Mije Fourcy Fauconnier Maubuisson
Stepping foot into Mije Fourcy Fauconnier Maubuisson is like walking into the home of a 17th-century Parisian family.
The beautiful courtyard and stunning pale brick walls of this hostel are just like a comforting family home. The location is exceptional, and you’ll get a contintental breakfast included to enjoy in your fancy French-style dining room.
However, you don’t have use of the kitchen and the free WiFi is only available on the ground floor.MORE INFO
1. The Loft Boutique Hostel
A great location in Belleville coupled with a great Happy Hour make The Loft a great choice for young travellers who want to party, make friends and explore the best that Paris has to offer.
This Paris hostel is next door to the Metro station, making it really easy to get about within the city. There’s dorms and private rooms, all of which have their own bathroom. The private rooms even have a flat screen TV.
It’s adult-only, so if you have kids you’ll need to give this hostel a skip. If you hate the idea of kids joining in on your holiday though, then this might be the best hostel in Paris for your trip.MORE INFO