List of the Best Hostels in Paris

List of the Best Hostels in Paris : Updated for 2018

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Note: This article is updated in March 2018!

Searching for the perfect hotel can be a bit overwhelming, especially when there are so many to choose from. Below is the ultimate list of THE BEST BACKPACKERS HOSTELS IN PARIS, including prices, reviews, and locations, all in one place!

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Generator Paris

PRICE: From 25€/night

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FAMOUS FOR: There are a couple of reasons that make this hostel in Paris one of the most popular in the city. The rooms are spacious, modern and comfortable and are equipped with a big lockable storage. You have access to a fabulous Rooftop Terrace Bar where you can relax and enjoy the great view over Paris. The hostel also features a laundry, a restaurant and an event list that runs fun and exciting activities throughout all the year. The hostel is outside the fuss of the touristic centre, but just a short walk from Gare du Nord, one of the main stations in Paris, from where you can find fast and easy transportation to everywhere. What else could you be looking for your stay in Paris?

LOCATION: Canal Saint-Martin, 10ème Arrondissement

NEAREST STATION: Colonel Fabien (Metro 2) and Jaurès (Metro 2, 5, 7bis)

St. Christopher’s Inn St. Gare du Nord

PRICE: From 29,90€/night

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FAMOUS FOR: In 2015, St. Christopher’s Inn was voted the Most Popular Hostel in Paris, by Hostelworld. It has to mean something, right? This is a party hostel, perfect for travellers who want to meet other people and have fun while in Paris. The rooms are spacious, modern and comfortable and equipped with a big lockable storage. A delicious breakfast is included, and you also have access to a laundry. Bellow the hostel there is the main Expats Bar in Paris, Belushi’s, with live music, international guests and where you get 25% off of food and drinks, such as 2 for one drinks.

LOCATION: Gare du Nord, 10ème Arrondissement

NEAREST STATION: Gare du Nord (Metro 4 and 5; RER B and D)

The Loft Boutique Hostel Paris

PRICE: From 24,60€/night

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FAMOUS FOR: If you’re on a budget during your trip, The Loft Boutique Hostel in Paris might be the perfect place. You can easily reach the city centre, as it’s conveniently located near efficient transportation. Very friendly atmosphere and nice and helpful staff, who will provide you all the information you need. Rooms are modern, clean and comfortable, such as the common areas! Enjoy a delicious free breakfast or just eat outside, as there are a lot of options available in the area.

LOCATION: Belleville/ Père Lachaise, 20ème Arrondissement

NEAREST STATION: Belleville (Metro 2 and 11)

Plug-Inn Boutique Hostel

PRICE: From 30€/night

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FAMOUS FOR: This hostel in Paris is great for travellers who want to save some money and still stay in a cheerful well-located place, as it is a just short walk from the Basilique du Sacré-Coeur, one of the most visited monuments in Paris. Enjoy the free breakfast at the hostel, cook in the available kitchen or eat outside, as there is a great variety of restaurants and cafés nearby. The rooms are modern and clean, and towels are also provided. The staff is friendly and helpful!

LOCATION: Montmartre, 18ème Arrondissement

NEAREST STATION: Blanche (Metro 2) and Abbesses (Metro 12)

Le Village Hostel

PRICE: From 24,95€/night

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FAMOUS FOR: Just a short walk from the Basilique du Sacré Coeur and the Moulin Rouge, this artistic hostel in Paris combines budget with comfort. You can enjoy the free tasty breakfast, the wonderful view from the terrace and the music and drinks in the bar downstairs, all along with other travellers in a very chill and vibrant environment. The staff is extremely nice and will help you with any issue that might come up.

LOCATION: Montmartre, 18ème Arrondissement

NEAREST STATION: Barbès Rochechouart (Metro 2 and 4)

3 Ducks Hostel

PRICE: From 32,95€/night

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FAMOUS FOR: This hostel in Paris is located in an amazing historical building, and it’s the oldest private hostel running in France. Just a short walk away from the Eiffel Tower, a recognized symbol of Paris and France, you will find a modern, comfortable and stylish place, due to its recent renovation. Here you can find an energetic atmosphere and meet travellers from all over the world while you enjoy a drink and the music at the hostel bar. There’s also a nice terrace where you can relax after a long day walking around.

LOCATION: Place Etienne Pernet, 15ème Arrondissement

NEAREST STATION: Commerce (Metro 8)

Oops! Hostel

PRICE: From 27€/night

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FAMOUS FOR: Located in one of the most eclectic and vibrant areas of the city, the Latin Quarter, this hostel in Paris is perfect if you are looking for a relaxing and stylish stay. The hostel serves free breakfast, and there’s also a kitchen available. Otherwise, you can also find a great variety of restaurants, cafés and bars nearby. Rooms are cosy, clean and modern. Rooms are cosy and modern, and there’s a free small lockable storage on the hall.

LOCATION: Latin Quarter, 13ème Arrondissement

NEAREST STATION: Place d’Italie (Metro 5, 6 and 7)

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Ultimate List of Best Luxury Hotels in ParisJoana Cerejo is a 24-year-old Portuguese girl who has been living and travelling around Europe for the last two years. She is passionate and curious about this world we live in and aims to explore its wonders every single day. She loves meeting new and inspiring people, learning languages, reading and writing. Her next adventure is coming soon – backpacking in South America.

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  1. Definitely on the pricier-side for hostels. However, these are really sharp! I would much rather stay at a hostel than at a regular hotel, even if the prices are the same. It’s always more fun to meet other people who are on the same wavelength as myself 🙂

    1. Agree with your Brock! The people you meet in hostels are all worth it! I think these hostels are for more flashpacker kind of traveler! HA! But these are all the top reviewed hostels online! =)

      Where are you traveling now?

      1. Flashpacker lol.
        Unfortunately, I’m not. I am new to this the travel/backpacker blog-sphere. I am in the midst of rearranging my lifestyle to break free and document the process. I have to shut down a few things, first. Takes time. But, it wont be too long and I’ll hit the dusty trail 😛

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