Looking for cheap places to stay in Paris, France? We can help! Here are some of our favorite hotel, hostel, and short-term rental options.
While there are many expensive boutique hotels in Paris, there are also many more affordable options. Here are two of our favorites:
Hotel Etka, a popular 3 star hotel, has room options starting at 77 euros per night. The hotel features Chanel and 1970s inspired décor and is located in the 8th arrondissement, which is famous for haute-couture shopping. If you stay here, you will be just a few blocks away from the Musée Yves Saint Laurent (definitely worth a visit!) and three metro lines.
Hotel Le Relais Montmartre
If you are interested in staying in the artsy Montmartre district, this 4 star hotel is a great option for you! It feels more like a home than a hotel, with antiques, a log fire, a courtyard patio, and friendly service. In the summer, you can enjoy your continental breakfast in the courtyard. Double rooms start at 70 euros per night, making this one of the best cheap places to stay in Paris, France.Source: @hotel_relais_montmartre on Instagram
Staying in a hostel can help you save money and provide you with a unique, social travel experience. Here are two of our favorite hostel options.
Les Piaules is located in the heart of Belleville, an artsy and cosmopolitan neighborhood in the 11th district of Paris. It is walking distance from a metro station and a short subway ride away from Le Marais and le Louvre. If you want a private bathroom, you can take advantage of their “the cosy one” option and choose a room with rooftop access. If you want to stay in dorm style rooms, you are provided with personal blackout curtains and a power plug to make your stay more convenient and comfortable. There is a restaurant and a bar in Les Piaules, which although not included in your room fee, have affordable food and drink options and are a great way to meet other guests!
Le Village Hostel
Le Village Hostel is located in the charming, hilly Montmartre district. If you are a solo female traveler looking for a hostel option, we recommend staying in the all-female rooms. Each room is serviced with daily housekeeping and there is an elevator, terrace, and shared kitchen in the hostel. Plus, the vibrant and fun communal spaces facilitate socializing with other guests!Source: Le Village Hostel
Short-Term Apartment Rentals:
You should consider renting an apartment during your next trip to Paris if you want access to a private kitchen, living room, and bathroom and if you don’t need daily cleaning services or help from a concierge. You might also feel more “local” when you rent an apartment, as opposed to staying in a hotel or hostel full of other tourists. Airbnb is the most popular short-term rental option in Paris. It was founded in 2008 and is now offered in 100,000 cities. Paris is the most visited city worldwide for Airbnb users, which means that there are great options available for you! When finding an apartment, be sure to consider whether it is in a safe and central neighborhood and whether you want a private room or the whole apartment. Also, be sure to check the reviews of the host to avoid negative experiences and last-minute cancellations.Source: Airbnb – “Comfy studio in Montmartre,” posted by Soline
We hope that this post helps you navigate the cheap places to stay in Paris, France. If you want more help making your dream trip a reality, reach out to our team at ParisByM. We have years of experience creating personalized trips to France and would love to work with you to create the experience of a lifetime!