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11/17/20

Best Paris Hostels With Private Rooms

When it comes to budget accommodation in Paris, finding decent value, nice hostels was always a problem. Fortunately, things are changing and what defines luxury today is not a big bed, lots of accessories, or a private bathroom but a combination of stylish design, cool vibe, and good facilities.

Today, Paris is home to some great budget proposals featuring beautiful hostel rooms or dorms, and arty common spaces to socialize. These top hostels in Paris are interesting to consider even if you are traveling with your partner or your tribe.

In this article, we bring you the best Paris hostels with private rooms, best hostels in Paris for couples, and families but also for solo travelers looking for a bit more comfort. Start and finish your days in Paris in a good atmosphere, good company . . . and everything on a budget.

Map of Best Hostels in Paris with Private Rooms

This map shows the districts where you can find good hostels in Paris with private rooms. These Paris hostels with private rooms are not in the most central districts of Paris but they are all close to a metro station so you can reach the city center in 40 minutes or less.

The districts of Paris are named Arrondissements and there are 20 Arrondissements in total. To find your bearings in Paris, have a look at our Arrondissements of Paris Quick Guide and our article on Where to Find the Best Accommodation in Paris here below.

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Compare the Best Hostels in Paris with Private Rooms

HOSTELLOCATIONDORMSPRIVATE ROOMSSHARED KITCHENPRICE*
Vintage Gare du NordParis 93-4-6 PaxYESYESView
Le Regent MontmartreParis 94-6 PaxYESYESView
Smart PlaceParis 104-6 PaxYESYESView
St. Christopher’s Inn Gare du NordParis 104-6-8-10 PaxYESNOView
Les Piaules HostelParis 114-6-8 PaxYESNOView
Oops HostelParis 134-6 PaxYESYESView
Arty ParisParis 153-4-6 PaxYESYESView
Le Village MontmartreParis 183-4-6 PaxYESYESView
St. Christopher’s Inn CanalParis 194-6-8-10-12 PYESNOView
The Loft Boutique HostelParis 203-4-6-8 PYESYESView

HOSTEL PRICE*: hostel prices may change depending on the season, week /weekend stay, or hostel’s internal promotions.

Quick Answers: Best Paris Hostels with Private Rooms

Best hostel in Paris for solo travelers: The Loft Boutique Hostel in Paris 20

Best party hostels in Paris: St Christopher’s Inn Gare du Nord (Paris 10) and St Christopher’s Inn Canal (Paris 19)

Best hostels near Eiffel Tower: the hostel close to Eiffel Tower on this list is Arty Paris (3km) in Paris 15

Best hostels near Gare du Nord: Smart Place and St Christopher’s Inn Gare du Nord both in Paris 10

Best family hostels in Paris: Arty Paris in Paris 15

Best Paris hostels for couples: Arty Paris (Paris 10), and St Christopher’s Inn Canal (Paris 19)

Best hostel rooms in Paris: St Christopher’s Inn Canal in Paris 19.

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Best Hostels in Paris 9

The 9th Arrondissement of Paris is a superb neighborhood with neoclassical architecture that has preserved the tunes of a village, especially around the very commercial street of Martyrs. The best hostels in Paris 9 are close to both Grands Boulevards and Montmartre, it offers direct access to the Parisian nightlife and major tourist places in Paris.

1 – Vintage Hostel Gare du Nord Paris

73 Rue de Dunkerque,75009  Paris; Metro Anvers, Line 1; Vélib post #9.005 or #9.006

So vintage, so Parisian! Located in the 9th Arrondissement of Paris, close to Gare du Nord, Vintage Hotel Gare du Nord – Paris is a good option where nothing is left to hazard.

Dorms (3 -4 -6 people) and private rooms are tastefully decorated, with bright colors and furnished with that vintage touch that you are probably looking for in Paris. All rooms have a private bathroom.

The list of common spaces include a shared kitchen, laundry space with washing machines, shared lounge /TV area, and bar. The hostel has also a fitness center which is perfect for those that eat their weight in French pastries!

Vintage Hostel proposes a delicious French breakfast with fresh, yummy croissants as an option.

What guests loved: location, facilities, atmosphere in the common area, breakfast.

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2- Le Regent Montmartre Paris

37 Boulevard de Rochechouart, 75009 Paris; Metro. Anvers, Line 1; Vélib post #9.005

Le Regent Montmartre Paris is one of the most beautiful boutique hostels in Paris, and the perfect base for exploring the city. The Regent is a reflection of the vibrant neighborhood while remaining an intimate and friendly place to stay.

Dorms (4 -6 people) and private rooms are cozy and decorated with bright colors. Some of them come with direct views over iconic Sacré Coeur.

The list of common spaces includes a shared kitchen, laundry area with washing machines, shared lounge /TV area, and bar with locally brewed beer. The hostel proposes a delicious French breakfast as an option.

What guests loved:  great location and view from the top floor, very helpful and friendly staff, good facilities.

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Best Hostels in Paris 10

The 10th Arrondissement of Paris is the district of two train stations (Gare de l’Est and Gare du Nord), hence its perpetual effervescence and popular atmosphere.

Paris 10 is also the district of Canal Saint-Martin which is one of the most trendy places in the capital, especially on Friday evenings and weekends. If you like to party, the streets around rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis are perfect for this.

3- Smart Place Gare du Nord Paris

28 Rue de Dunkerque, 75010 Paris; M. Gare du Nord, Lines 4 and 5; Vélib post #10.029

You cannot be wrong booking in a hostel with this name! Smart Place Gare du Nord Paris is a picturesque and intimate hostel and one of the best Paris hostels near Gare du Nord. Its variety of accommodation will satisfy families, couples, and groups of friends.

Rooms are spacious, with bright colors, basic furniture, and a private bathroom. Dorms can accommodate 4 – 6 people while private rooms can host 2 to 4 people. When the weather is nice, guests can enjoy Paris from the balcony in the room.

Smart Place Gare du Nord Paris has all the facilities you are looking for while traveling on a budget. The list of common spaces includes a shared kitchen, laundry space with washing machines, shared lounge /TV area, and bar. The hostel proposes a delicious French breakfast in the building next door as an option.

What guests loved: location close to Gare du Nord, clean, good kitchen, helpful staff.

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4- St Christopher’s Inn Paris – Gare du Nord

5 Rue de Dunkerque, 75010 Paris; M. Gare du Nord, Lines 4 and 5; Vélib post #10.028

If you are looking for good hostels in Paris near Gare du Nord, St Christopher’s Inn Paris – Gare du Nord is a great choice. Located between Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est, this hostel proposes a wide range of spacious rooms and dorms with private or shared bathroom, perfect for every budget.

This hostel in Paris features huge common spaces, lots of light, and lots to do and it is great for those who don’t care about intimacy and are looking for a little bit of party. Hostel’s Belushi’s International Bar and Restaurant, so loved by expats, is a plus and it contributes to make this hostel one the best party hostels in Paris.

If Paris is not enough for you, check their onsite Travel Kiosk, with tons of information, day-trips, and discounts.

What guests loved: Good location, spacious, and well-equipped rooms, great staff, cleanliness.

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Best Hostels in Paris 11

Located between Belleville and Bastille, the 11th Arrondissement of Paris is the heart of revolutionary Paris and the great workers’ revolts of the 19th century. A lively and dynamic district with lots of bars, restaurants, and shopping streets, Paris 11 has retained a popular atmosphere and a typically Parisian character.

5- Les Piaules

59 Boulevard De Belleville, 75011 Paris; M. Couronnes, Line 2; Vélib post #20.041

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The hostel Les Piaules is located in a renovated Art Déco building, in the trendy district of Belleville. This is a brand new hostel in Paris, where you can sleep with a view of Sacré-Coeur and the Eiffel Tower.

The hostel has 4-6-8 people rock-style dorms with private or shared bathrooms. The dorms have a functional design and they are furnished with custom bunk-beds and lockers. If you prefer a private room, Les Piaules have a couple of cozy ones.

Les Piaules proposes a yummy French breakfast to start your day in a good mood. Once you are done with the sightseeing, don’t miss their bar & restaurant proposing local food and drinks. Their plus? The sun terrace & view, perfect to socialize.

What guests loved: cleanliness, good food, amazing views from the rooftop.

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Best Hostels in Paris 13

The 13th Arrondissement of Paris has so many faces that it is difficult to define. There is the heart of the Chinese community but also the arty and festive area of Butte-aux-Cailles.

Also, the Seine’s banks in Paris 13, less touristy than in central Paris, are the perfect place to relax with family or friends without being too far from the top sights.

6- Oops! Latin Quarter

50 Avenue des Gobelins, 75013 Paris; M. Les Gobelins, Line 7 or M. Place d’Italie, Lines 5, 6, 7; Vélib post #13.007 or #13.008

The hostel Oops! Latin Quarter was considered by the Guardian “one of the best hostels around the world”, and it is also one of the favorite Paris hostels for travelers visiting the French capital. Here, the winning combination is a fancy contemporary design, stylish atmosphere, beautiful rooms, and all the necessary facilities for a great stay.

In Oops! Latin Quarter, both dormitories (2 -4 -6 people) and double rooms are modern, well designed with bright colors, and very comfortable. Each floor has a different theme so there are rooms for every taste.

Hostel Oops! Latin Quarter also has beautiful common spaces, including a shared kitchen, shared lounge /TV area, and bar. There is even a small patio furnished with a table and chairs to relax in. The hostel proposes a delicious continental breakfast as an option.

What guests loved: cleanliness, good location, nice staff.

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Best Hostels in Paris 15

Despite being the biggest district in Paris, the 15th Arrondissement of Paris is a calm and residential area. There are no tourist attractions but a couple of nice parks (George Brassens and André Citroen), plenty of shops and a relaxing atmosphere.

7- Arty Paris 

62 rue des Morillons, 75015 Paris; M. Plaisance, Line 13; Vélib post #15.046

Arty Paris is one of the best Paris hotels with private rooms. The hostel welcomes travelers with a fun, warm, and trendy atmosphere.

We like its ultra-modern but elegant design in common areas and rooms and its inspiring quotes spread everywhere. The leather sofa, the club chairs, and the red movie-theater seats, all found on local flea markets, give this comfortable hostel an intimate vintage feeling.

The hostel has fashionable dorms and private rooms with or without private bathroom. The list of common spaces includes a shared kitchen, laundry space with washing machines, shared lounge /TV area, and bar. The hostel proposes a delicious French breakfast with fresh croissants as an option.

Don’t miss park Georges-Brassens, at only a few steps from the hostel.

What guests loved: great staff, nice decoration, cozy lounge area, and good facilities.

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Best Hostels in Paris 18

The 18th Arrondissement of Paris is the district of all the paradoxes: home of Montmartre, the most iconic (and touristy) neighborhood in Paris, but also the home of some popular areas like “Africa in Paris” or “Little India”, neglected by the City Council for years.

If you decide to sleep in Paris 18, do previous research about your hostel location to be sure that it corresponds to what you are looking for.

8- Le Village Montmartre

20 Rue d’Orsel, 75018 Paris; M. Anvers, Line 2; Vélib post #18.006

If you dream of Montmartre, Le Village Montmartre is the hostel for you. Right in the heart of the city’s most quintessentially Parisian neighborhood and just a 10-minute walk from Sacré Coeur, this charming hostel welcomes visitors with a free shot, the perfect kick-off to start exploring the city.

In Le Village Montmartre dorms for 3 -4 -6 people are spacious and painted with bright colors. They all have lockers, a desktop, and their own bathroom. Some of the rooms have amazing views over Sacré Coeur, which is a plus! The hostel has also one private room with a private bathroom, ideal for couples, friends, or family with a child.

The list of common spaces includes a shared kitchen, shared lounge /TV area, bar, and sunny terrace with spectacular views. The hostel proposes a delicious French breakfast as an option.

What guests loved: great location, comfortable beds, friendly staff.

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Best Hostels in Paris 19

The 19th Arrondissement of Paris is a former industrial area developed around the Canal de l’Ourcq.

After major transformations during the last years symbolized by the Parc de la Villette and its museums, Paris 19 has become the new major cultural center of Paris. However, this is still a popular district with a deeply Parisian soul, which also reserves nice secret walks around Parc des Buttes Chaumont or along the Canal de l’Ourcq /Canal the la Villette. This is a (very) Parisian district to be discovered.

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9- St. Christopher’s Inn Paris – Canal

159 Rue de Crimée, 75019 Paris; M. Crimée, Line7; Vélib post #19.125

With a beautiful location in Paris 19 and overlooking Canal de la Villette, St Christopher’s Inn Paris – Canal has a variety of accommodations, including female-only dorms. It is also one of the fewer hostels in Paris with private rooms, perfect for those looking for a bit of extra comfort. Rooms and dorms can be with or without a private bathroom.

Huge common spaces, lots of light, and lots to do are the main features of this Paris hostel. In addition, its huge international bar-restaurant is perfect for meeting other travelers and locals. We love its waterfront terrace overlooking Canal de la Villette, its beautiful architecture, and interior design.

Don’t miss the beautiful bike trip along Canal de l’Ourcq, starting from this hostel!

What guests loved: Great atmosphere, good view of the canal, comfortable bed, good bar, and restaurant.

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Best Hostels in Paris 20

The 20th Arrondissement of Paris is the district of Père-Lachaise Cemetery, but of course, there is much more! Paris 20 is above all the district of Belleville and Ménilmontant, two old suburbs located on the heights of Paris which have kept their popular and old festive Parisian spirit.

Its affordable prices make the 20th district the favorite place to live for young couples. Probably the next trendy area in Paris?

10- The Loft Boutique Hostel

70 rue Julien Lacroix, 75020 Paris; M. Pyrénnées, Line 11; Vélib post #20.40

The Loft Boutique Hostel has the best design and service for an amazing stay in Pairs. Located in Belleville, one of the most trendy & hip neighborhoods of Paris, the hotel proposes all kinds of dorms (3 -4 -6 -8 people) and comfortable rooms beautifully decorated with fun themes like pop, cozy or baroque. Some of the rooms have their private balcony!

The list of common spaces includes a shared kitchen, shared lounge /TV area, designated smoking area, and a bar. There is also an outdoor patio to relax and enjoy the last hours of the day with your hostel mates. The hostel proposes a delicious continental breakfast as an option.

What guests loved: cozy and clean small hostel, nice terrace, friendly staff.

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So there you have it, our selection of the best hostels in Paris with private rooms. Which Paris hostel would you like to book right now?

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  • Victoria Alicia
    08/05/2017 at 2:53 pm

    I haven’t stayed in a hostel in a long time, and I had the worst experience when I stayed at a hotel in France. I wonder how prices compare to AirBnb… Thanks for sharing!

    • WorldInParis
      08/05/2017 at 10:14 pm

      I think that difference between hostel /airbnb is not only a matter of price. It also depends on the kind of experience you are looking for

  • Edith & Juan
    06/16/2017 at 7:13 am

    We have never stayed in a hostel but these look amazing. I particularly liked the first one-The Vintage Hoste but like the views on Smart. Hoping to go to Paris mid next year and I will need to find affordable stay. Pinning this for reference!

    • WorldInParis
      06/18/2017 at 9:49 am

      Thank you ! 🙂

  • Amanda
    06/15/2017 at 5:44 pm

    What a great list! I can’t believe how many of these look nice! So many I would actually consider staying at!

    • WorldInParis
      06/19/2017 at 9:41 am

      Cool that you liked the list. And yes, if you come to Paris consider booking one of them, they all have nice locations 🙂

  • Vicki Louise
    06/15/2017 at 9:42 am

    These hostels all look so nice! Hostels certainly seemed to have raised their game since I used to stay in them (maybe 5/6 years ago!). These would all be great options for those on a budget.

    • WorldInParis
      06/19/2017 at 9:42 am

      Indeed! I already experienced some nice hostels around the world a couple of years ago. Paris could be no exception

  • nisha
    06/15/2017 at 2:24 am

    I think this is invaluable for backpackers to Paris. The prices are ok in a city that’s well know for being so expensive. Some years back, I remember staying in a no-frills hotel for about 30Euros I think. but I forgot the name of the hotel . It was close to big bus stand.

    • WorldInParis
      06/19/2017 at 9:44 am

      Thanks for your comment, Nisha 🙂

  • Nina
    06/14/2017 at 10:23 pm

    These are all so cute and boutique! Don’t think I’ve ever seen such colourful and adorable hostels. I want to stay at Le Regent Boutique Hotel!

    • WorldInParis
      06/19/2017 at 9:48 am

      Great pick, Nina! Plus Paris 9 is very close to the most touristy districts

  • Carmen Edelson
    06/14/2017 at 6:29 pm

    Wow, these are hostels? I’m so impressed! Then again it is Paris.. of course hostels are chic 😉 Thanks for sharing this fabulous list.

    • WorldInParis
      06/19/2017 at 9:49 am

      Glad that you liked the proposals, Carmen. And YES, in Paris it had to be chic 😉

  • Chrysoula
    06/14/2017 at 9:06 am

    That is a great guide as you can have a review on what the area offers before you book your hotel. Although I don’t stay in hostels I can see some fantastic options for private rooms, tastefully decorated and with fantastic prices.

    • WorldInParis
      06/19/2017 at 9:49 am

      Glad that you liked the post, Chrysoula. Hope people can find on it all the information they need to compare hostels and book their favorite one 😉

  • wendy
    06/13/2017 at 7:12 pm

    Wow some of these look much better than the average hotel in Paris. Great article and very useful!

    • WorldInParis
      06/18/2017 at 9:50 am

      Thank you! Yes, there are very cool budget options in Paris 🙂

  • Claudia
    06/13/2017 at 4:21 am

    What a super collection of hostels. They look like perfect places to base a stay in Paris. It’s such an expensive city, it’s so good to know of these alternatives.

    • WorldInParis
      06/13/2017 at 6:22 pm

      Glad that you liked our list 🙂

  • Barb
    06/12/2017 at 4:16 pm

    I dont really stay in hostels, but the Arty Paris looks great! I might try it on my next trip to the big city.

    • WorldInParis
      06/13/2017 at 6:23 pm

      Well, if there is a huge difference of price you may consider it. Especially because they also have private rooms 🙂

  • Brianna
    06/12/2017 at 2:58 am

    I definitely feel more comfortable booking a hostel after reading about it on a blog. All of these options look so nice, and I love how you’ve broken them down by location. This will be a super helpful post if I ever visit Paris!

    • WorldInParis
      06/19/2017 at 9:52 am

      Thanks for your kind comment, Brianna 🙂

  • Silvia
    06/11/2017 at 4:13 pm

    Rooms with views of Sacre Coeur? Sign me up! I think Le Village and Arty Paris are my favorites, I’ll be sure to bookmark them for our next Paris trip!

    • WorldInParis
      06/19/2017 at 12:18 pm

      Good picks, Silvia! Hope you will make it to Paris very soon 🙂

  • Lois Alter Mark
    06/10/2017 at 6:32 pm

    Wow, even the hostels in Paris have style! I would never have thought of staying in a hostel there but I am totally rethinking that now. Beautiful hostels, and they make the city so much more affordable!

    • WorldInParis
      06/20/2017 at 9:06 am

      some of them have also private rooms so having your own space in a hostel is not an issue any more (plus they are cute and cheap) 🙂

  • Julie Cohn
    06/10/2017 at 5:22 pm

    I’ve never stayed in a hostel but had no idea they could be so beautiful. My son is traveling to Europe next summer and I will be sure to give him these suggestions!

    • WorldInParis
      06/19/2017 at 12:19 pm

      Thank you very much, Julie! 🙂

  • Travellingdany
    06/10/2017 at 5:10 pm

    Wow the boutique hostel doesn’t look like an hostel at all! It’s so pretty! I’m definitely adding it to our bucket list!

    • WorldInParis
      06/20/2017 at 9:19 am

      Nice pick! Thanks for your comment 🙂

  • Danik
    06/10/2017 at 4:59 pm

    I still havent found accommodation for our trip to Paris in 3 weeks time, so I might be looking at some of these as some of these hostels look really quirky 🙂

    • WorldInParis
      06/13/2017 at 6:24 pm

      Really? :-O There is so much choice in Paris . . .

  • neha
    03/10/2017 at 5:26 pm

    Such beautiful hostels. Smart place seems to be the one I like the most. But each one of them is so unique and doesn’t seem like a typical hostel at all

    • WorldInParis
      03/11/2017 at 9:49 pm

      I think that hostels in general are doing a great effort to do beautiful and comfy things 🙂

  • neha
    03/01/2017 at 1:14 pm

    These are some really beautiful hostels. I particularly like smart place and it’s room. I will definitely come back to this post when I plan a hostel stay in Paris

    • WorldInParis
      03/01/2017 at 8:02 pm

      cool that you found something that you like! 🙂

  • Indrani
    03/01/2017 at 12:17 pm

    This is such a good helpful list. I usually check how close the must see places are and then match with budget.
    If luck favours and I visit Paris again I will check this list. Saving up the info.

  • Sandy N Vyjay
    03/01/2017 at 9:23 am

    Though we normally do not stay in hostels. This list definitely propels us to do so. They all look great and probably can give some hotels a run for their money. What I like about these is also the fact that most of them are strategically located in Paris, which is so very convenient.

    • WorldInParis
      03/01/2017 at 8:29 pm

      Yes they are all located close to a metro station so perfect to explore Paris

  • sophie
    02/28/2017 at 8:25 pm

    Hostels in paris are the best way to enjoy the city! I have been to couple from this list, and trust me they were total safe and cheap for me! I could spent the remained money pizzas 😀 😀 Haha! Must considered option!

    • WorldInParis
      02/28/2017 at 11:03 pm

      Thanks Sophie for the feedback, I am sure it will be useful for other readers 🙂

  • Sheena
    02/28/2017 at 6:11 pm

    Wow, what a comprehensive post! Paris is one of my favourite cities, I’ve been 5 times from Australia but never stayed in a hostel, I had no idea they were of such a good standard & some of them are really cheap. Saving this for the near future, thanks!

  • Marge
    02/28/2017 at 2:11 am

    This made me realize the Parisian’s flair for artistic design. These hostels are so charming and cute! I love the play of colors, I’ve been wanting to design my apartment this way but I can’t do it. Anyway, when I get to Paris someday, most probably I’d stay in a hostel so I am keeping note of this post.

    • WorldInParis
      03/01/2017 at 8:35 pm

      Hope the post will be useful for you one day. That means you are coming to Paris 🙂

  • Andi
    02/28/2017 at 2:06 am

    Nice list of hotels! And I want to visit Paris someday and keep this list for future reference. For me, as long as the accommodation is nice with comfortable bed and heater, I am already good. Free breakfast that is indeed tasteful will be a bonus.

    • WorldInParis
      03/01/2017 at 8:37 pm

      Hope that you will use this list soon (that means you are coming to Paris)

  • Ashlyn | From Heart And Seoul
    02/28/2017 at 1:18 am

    Some of the trendiest hostels i’ve ever seen! I think my favorite is Arty Paris though 🙂

    • WorldInParis
      03/01/2017 at 8:33 pm

      All the people love Arty, such a cute hotel! I love especially the vintage sofa 🙂

  • Laura
    02/27/2017 at 11:45 am

    I never visited a hostel in Paris before! Had a horrible experience in London once, and since then, I always book a nice, little, quiet hotel. Although, this list is quite interesting. Maybe I should reconsider the hostel-option..

    • WorldInParis
      02/27/2017 at 10:29 pm

      When was this horrible experience? I think hostels have improved a lot, in general, and now in most of them there is also the private room option 🙂

  • Ria (@lifeinbigtent)
    02/24/2017 at 8:15 pm

    Even if you don’t plan to stay in any of these places, the post is very helpful to understand the differences between areas and in which one you would like to stay during your trip 🙂

    • WorldInParis
      02/25/2017 at 7:57 pm

      Thanks Ria! Hope that my comments on your possible choices will help you to find what suits you best 😉

  • Carol Colborn
    02/22/2017 at 7:16 pm

    Too bad we have a timeshare there but thanks!

  • Christine Maguire (@thetraveloguer)
    02/21/2017 at 12:32 pm

    This is such a useful post, thanks for sharing. It’s great to see there are so many beautiful hostels in Paris which really look Parisian! 🙂

    • WorldInParis
      02/24/2017 at 10:03 am

      Indeed, hostels are doing a great effort to offer more and more beautiful options to budget travelers 🙂

  • Vicky and Buddy
    02/21/2017 at 1:03 am

    It’s nice to see that hostels are stepping up their game. Just because they cost less, doesn’t mean that their quality has to be bad. I especially like when hostels offer female only dorms or ones with curtains, just to have a little bit more privacy. Location is also very important. You have a great list here, but I think my favorite would have to be Saint Christopher’s Inn Canal.

    • WorldInParis
      02/21/2017 at 2:21 pm

      Good pic, perhaps it is less intimate but they have a great location 😉

  • Nancy
    02/21/2017 at 12:46 am

    My son is heading to Paris and I have to say this is perfect timing since he will be staying in hostels. This is a great list and huge help in this circumstance. Thanks so much for your post!

    • WorldInParis
      02/21/2017 at 2:21 pm

      Good to know the post arrived in time for your son, lol 😉

  • melody pittman
    02/20/2017 at 9:12 pm

    I’ve never stayed in a hostel before and perhaps I have preconceived notions about why it is not right for me but these are really superb! Paris certainly does hostels much better than some country’s I have seen. Really beautiful accommodations.

    • WorldInParis
      02/20/2017 at 10:19 pm

      thank you! let’s say that hostels have worked hard to improve its comfort standards and visitors’ general experience 😉

  • Nic
    02/20/2017 at 2:07 pm

    We love staying in hostels, they always seem to offer so much more than hotels and at a friendly price! Although these are more expensive than we are used to staying in, but I suppose it is Paris!

    • WorldInParis
      02/20/2017 at 10:19 pm

      Yes, Nic . . . this is Paris 😉

  • Milijana
    02/19/2017 at 9:02 pm

    This is a very useful guide to hostels in Paris. Hotel rooms can be extremely expensive in Paris and that is where hostels come in as the more affordable alternative.
    Just to add, love the photo of Le Village Hostel with the view of Basilica of the Sacred Heart.

    • WorldInParis
      02/20/2017 at 10:20 pm

      yes, it must be great to wake up with a view like this 🙂

  • Brianna
    02/19/2017 at 2:31 pm

    What a helpful resource for budget travelers! I love how all the rooms look so clean, but they never really look like that in real life 😛
    I like hostels that are close to the city center and that are safe. I generally like to stay in female only rooms, just for my own peace of mind, but I’ll stay in mixed dorms if I have to.

    • WorldInParis
      02/20/2017 at 10:21 pm

      Yes, I also prefer female rooms. And if they are ensuite then I have everything that I need 😉

  • Jo
    02/19/2017 at 2:22 pm

    Wow all of these hostels look so chic w/t such lovely and modern decor. Would love to stay in one of these. Especially liked that St christophers inn has curtains – SO imp to have some privacy in your dorm, eh!

    • WorldInParis
      02/20/2017 at 10:43 pm

      Yes the curtains in the bunkbeds are a big invention! 🙂

  • Kerri
    02/19/2017 at 9:50 am

    Trust Paris to have hostels that still look amazing ! This will be a wonderful resource for those who rely on hostels and you’ve done such a great job putting together this wonderful list.

    • WorldInParis
      02/20/2017 at 10:44 pm

      Thanks Kerri for your nice comment! 🙂

  • Lyssie
    02/19/2017 at 3:04 am

    This is a great list of hostels at affordable prices and awesome locations!! I remember researching for hours on neighborhoods, hotels, hostels, airbnbs, attractions, how far everything was from everything…it’s a complicated city for someone who’s never been there. This is a great post to lay everything out and help someone like me make a decision!!

    • WorldInParis
      02/24/2017 at 10:21 am

      Thank you very much for your comment Lyssie. I am also a traveler so I know on my own skin how difficult is to find a good accommodation option when you don’t know about the city, the different areas and main sights. I am happy to know this post can be useful 🙂

  • Laura Lynch
    02/19/2017 at 12:49 am

    I love that these all look so clean and nice. My biggest criteria for hostels was a private room that was exceptionally clean and that wasn’t a rowdy crazy place. I don’t think it’s too much to ask for in a hostel. Paris is definitely more difficult because of the prices, but you’ve got so many great options here.

    • WorldInParis
      02/21/2017 at 2:22 pm

      Thanks for your thoughts, Laura!

  • Jenn and Ed Coleman
    02/18/2017 at 6:18 pm

    Très bonne. It’s been a while since I have been to Paris but great to know you can still get a private room under 70 euro. I was noticing from the pictures that some of the dorms look like they offer lockable storage. Is this a common feature or something that varies from hostel to hostel. Locking my camera equipment and laptop while I roam the city seems like a must have feature to me.

    • WorldInParis
      02/18/2017 at 8:10 pm

      Jenn, at the end of the post there is a comparative table where you can see which hostels offer lockable storage 😉

  • Angela @ Dang Travelers
    02/18/2017 at 6:14 pm

    Wow, some of these look like 3-4 star hotels! I remember Paris hotel rooms being quite pricey, maybe next time we will try one of these! Thanks for the tips.

    • WorldInParis
      02/18/2017 at 8:12 pm

      Yes, hotels still are quite pricey 🙁 Luckily you can find in these hostels here cool options for all ages and states of mind

  • Jenni
    02/18/2017 at 4:09 pm

    Thanks for sharing this I have been wanting to go to Paris but it always seems so expensive so maybe I could look at saying in a hostel as these look really nice. I don’t really do sharing so would have to find one where I get my own room lol

    • WorldInParis
      02/18/2017 at 8:14 pm

      Most of these hostels propose also private rooms 🙂

  • Marlene Marques
    02/18/2017 at 4:02 pm

    Hostels came to be a wonderful option to run from the hotel high prices, specially in cities like Paris. Thanks for sharing this list and all the information.

    • WorldInParis
      02/18/2017 at 8:14 pm

      You are welcome, Marlene! 🙂

  • Maddy
    02/18/2017 at 2:25 pm

    As I was scrolling through this admiring all the hostels I was thinking to myself what a struggle it would be to pick between them and to remember my favourites! Thanks for adding the comparative table at the end, this was really needed! I really like you’ve got a range of hostels with varying prices, tastes and locations. If you can’t find a good hostel from this list you’re too fussy! Brilliant, informative article.

    • WorldInParis
      02/18/2017 at 8:15 pm

      Thank YOU very much, Maddy! 🙂