Best Paris hostels

Top tips for finding the perfect Paris hostel

  • If you are interested in Paris hostels that are good for solo travellers, then we recommend the Bastille Hostel. It is within 10min walk from the Place de la Bastille, as well as being close to the Opera Bastille and the Maison de Victor Hugo House. The hostel offers the options of either shared rooms or private rooms, and private or shared bathrooms. It has storage available should you need to store something while you are exploring the city. The staff who work there are multilingual, meaning that they can help you with anything you need.
  • If you are looking for Paris hostels that are suitable for guests who may have reduced mobility or a disability, then we suggest staying at the Fiap – Hostel. It has an entire accommodation unit on the ground floor and is fully wheelchair accessible. The ground floor room has a roll-in shower, grab rails in the toilet and there is a lift to connect to other floors should you need it. The hostel is very close to the Glaciere Station and the Saint Jacques Station and is only 2 miles away from the Luxembourg Gardens and Pantheon which are well worth a visit.
  • If you would like to stay in Paris hostels that are appropriate if you plan on travelling with your family and young children, then we recommend the Le Regent Montmarte by Hiphophostels. The hostel has soundproof rooms, and the staff can provide you with cribs on request. There are family rooms and you can ask for private bathrooms to protect the privacy of your family. There is a shared kitchen where you can prepare meals for the family but if you would prefer not to cook, you will find that the hostel also has a snack bar, and a bar with a lounge. There is parking on-site at this hostel and the Paris North Railway Station is only a short walk from the hostel too.

Where to stay in Paris?

Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Paris by showing you the exact location of each hostel.