3 Best Hostels in Paris, France
Alexandre Godreau

3 Best Hostels in Paris – a Handpicked Selection (and 5 real Hidden Gems)

Heading to the city of lights and looking for the absolute best hostels in Paris?

We have stayed at and tested over 20 of the best hostels in Paris and have finally come up with our top 3 choices!

They are cool, fun, safe, and affordable. On top of this guide that will enable you to pick an accommodation, we also decided to include some of our best insider tips for cheap crepes and awesome places to see that won’t break the bank. All these will be included in our specialized map below.

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  1. Caulaincourt Montmartre - best for Backpackers and families
  2. The People – Paris Belleville - best for Couples
  3. Beau M - best for female solo travelers

These are the absolute best ones, and we update them regularly (last update: September, 2023). Again, we actually stayed in all of them personally. No other guide you may find online actually did this handmade research.

Extra for you: We collected +28 fun things to do in Paris.

Money-saving tip: Compare hostel prices with Hostelz.com. They compare prices from Hostelworld, Booking.com and others with 1 click.

This guide is perfect for YOU, when you…

  • are tired of crappy hostels!
  • want a social Hostel to actually meet people
  • are happy to spend $1 to $2 more for a much better experience

We condensed it all to the 3 coolest hostels in Paris – the ultimate best of Paris! You can find all 5 Star Hostels and the best hostels in France here with Hostelgeeks.

We show you roller skating, a forgotten railroad, cherry blossom hunting, and more!

Before you jump in, you can also consider these hostels in Paris near the Eiffel Tower. That being said, we recommend choosing a cool hostel over a location itself. Wherever you stay in Paris, you will need to take the metro or bus anyway.

You can find all 5 Star Hostels here with Hostelgeeks and all guides to “Best Hostels In” here.

Quick Introduction to Paris

Average price for a bed: Hostels in Paris cost 23€ – 35€ per night for a bed in a dorm. A private room starts from 45€ up to 130€ per night. This is a rough average, just to give you an idea.

Prices always depend on the season and holidays. Please always check the exact rates on Hostelworld.com and Hostelz.com. Hostelz compares prices, so this is a good hack to get better prices.

City Tax: Like other very popular tourist destinations, Paris has an extra ‘tourist tax.’ Some Paris Backpacker hostels do not include this city tax in their shown price. The city tax in Paris for a hostel is 1.90€ per night. Please keep this in mind and check before making your final booking!

Check-In and Check-Out: The average check-in time is from 15:00 (3 pm), while the Check Out time is before 11:00 (11 am). Hostels usually offer luggage storage in case you arrive earlier or leave later. Make sure you check if luggage storage is free or if there is an extra cost.

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The 3 Best Hostels in Paris are …

Let’s jump right into the coolest hostels in Paris.

  1. Caulaincourt Montmartre – best for Backpackers and families
  2. The People – Paris Belleville – best for Couples
  3. Beau M – best for female solo travelers

These are our favorite hostels in Paris. We want to make your life even easier, so we put all accommodations on a map for you. We even added our own tips for favorite restaurants, things to see, and more.

We put the best budget hostels in Paris on a map. This will help you to plan much better. Take into account your arrival train station too.

Overview: Best Hostels by Traveler Type

🦸 Solo Traveler: Caulaincourt Montmartre
🙎‍♀️ best for Female Solo Traveler: Beau M
🥳 Party Hostel:JO&JOE Paris Gentilly
👩‍❤️‍👨 Couple Hostel: Les Piaules
👨‍👩‍👦 Family Hostel: Caulaincourt Montmartre
👩‍💻 For Digital Nomads: Les Piaules
🎒Backpackers:Caulaincourt Montmartre

1. Caulaincourt Montmartre 

Nestled in the enchanting Montmartre of Paris, just moments from Sacré-Cœur, lies the vibrant haven of Caulaincourt Montmartre. This Hostel is the ultimate choice for backpackers in Paris.

Whether you’re traveling alone or with friends, the Caulaincourt offers a wide range of accommodation options to suit your needs. Choose from dormitories, single, twin, double, and triple rooms, some even equipped with private showers. 

The Hostel is adorned with unique artwork, paying homage to the area’s rich history. 

Book Caulaincourt Montmartre here

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Caulaincourt Montmartre

Don’t expect a wild party scene at this Hostel, but do expect a superb location and a friendly, dedicated staff. Plus, breakfast is on the house! The Caulaincourt Square Hostel is a true hidden gem nestled in Montmartre, offering clean facilities and charming décor.

Facilities and Amenities:

  • Diverse room options: dormitories, singles, twins, doubles, and triples.
  • Free wifi
  • French-style breakfast: croissant, orange juice, cereals, tea, and coffee.
  • Linen, bedding, pillows, blankets, and fitted sheets provided.
  • Shared kitchen available.

Location: in Montmartre, If you’re looking to explore the city, Opéra Garnier and Avenue des Champs-Elysées are within close proximity.  It’s the perfect base for expeditions, offering a short walk to the nearest metro station and a mere 10-minute stroll to the breathtaking Sacré-Coeur.

The best choice in Paris for

  • Backpackers
  • Families
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2. The People – Paris Belleville (ex Les Piaules) – with Roof Top!

The People – Paris Belleville is one of the newest hostels in town, and it opened with a big bang.

Important: Les Piaules is now called The People Paris Belleville. It is the exact same property! There are a total of 4 different The People Hostel in the French Capital:

  1. The People – Paris Nation
  2. The People – Paris Bercy
  3. The People – Paris Belleville
  4. The People – Marais

In this specific case, we are talking about the one in Belleville.

It comes with a super nice rooftop terrace, a trendy in-house bar, and a wonderful design reflecting the diversity of artistic expression of Paris.

This Paris hostel has been built in a renovated art deco building that wonderfully embodies the spirit of its capital. The rooftop view is marvelous, allowing travelers to enjoy iconic monuments while they sip a cup of coffee in the morning.

The People Hostel is close to the popular area of Belleville, which is an artsy district full of bars and coffee shops bustling with young and cool people, and close to all must-see attractions in Paris – it is just 50 meters from the nearest metro hub.

You can enjoy a drink at the bar in the hostel if you wish to try something from the carefully monitored selection of local beer, coffee, and French specialties.

All rooms are fitted with a shared bathroom equipped with a shower and toilet.

Bed linen and towels can be rented at this property.

The People – Paris Belleville is one of the best Paris hostels for:

  • couples
  • digital nomads
  • female solo-travelers
  • and hipster

The hostel also offers a

  • 24-hour front desk
  • free WiFi and
  • a shared lounge with a TV
  • lockers for guests’ safety (here’s our guide on “Are Hostels safe?” with 10 safety tips)

Prices start from 30€.

Book The People – Paris Belleville here

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3. Beau M

Introducing a fresh Parisian haven: Beau M.

Situated in the heart of Montmartre, this modern and socially-connected space offers a unique experience of co and eco-conscious living. 

This contemporary and connected establishment embodies the perfect fusion of autonomy, ecology, and technology, creating a warm and modern “French-style” stopover with a bohemian twist.

The hostel offers a range of fantastic amenities, including a shared lounge, room service, and free WiFi throughout the property. You can expect nothing less than comfort and convenience during your stay, with bed linen provided for a hassle-free experience.

Book Beau M here

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Beau M Lounge

Travelers will be delighted to know that the hostel is conveniently situated right in front of a bus station and is also close to two metro lines, making it easy to navigate the city and discover all the hidden gems Paris has to offer.

Overall, this isn’t a social hostel; it’s very laid-back, safe, and quiet for those who prefer a more chill experience in the city.

Facilities and Amenities: 

  • Private parking available. 
  • Free WiFi and shared lounge. 
  • Air-conditioned rooms ( a rarity in paris) with private bathrooms. 
  • Terraces available in certain rooms. 
  • Continental breakfast provided. 

Location: Beau M Paris is a delightful refuge in the 18th arrondissement, conveniently close to attractions like La Cigale Concert Hall and Pigalle Metro Station. Access to bus and metro lines adds to its convenience. While not centrally located, this charming Paris hostel promises an authentic local experience. 

This is one of the best hostels in Paris for

  • Female solo travelers
Book Beau M here

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Best hostels in Paris for Couples

The best hostel in Paris for couples is The People – Paris Belleville.

It is the best boutique hostel that comes with a romantic touch as well as that social factor we all enjoy in hostels.

It is the kind of luxury hostel couples will love for sure. There are different types of private rooms, so carefully check when booking.

All private rooms come with real double beds. A real double bed means one king-size bed (and not two separate beds pushed together as one!). Hostelz also says it is one of the best hostels in Paris with Private rooms.

One type of double room has shared facilities. The other one comes with a private bathroom. 

All private rooms (and all dorms) feature super fast-WiFi.

What is important for couples in a hostel?

When staying as a couple in a hostel, we recommend looking for the following facilities:

  • Minimum of privacy in your private room
  • a bit of luxury style
  • social ambiance
Book The People – Paris Belleville here

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Best PARTY Hostels in Paris

Let’s switch from romance to party.

Fancy some fiesta? We wrote a special guide on the coolest Paris Party Hostels (last update 2023). These are:

  1. St. Christopher’s Inn Gare Du Nord
  2. The People – Paris Nation
  3. The People – Paris Bercy
  4. The People – Paris Belleville
  5. The People – Marais
  6. Jo&Joe Nation
  7. Extra: Jo&Joe Gentilly

What is important for partying in Paris?

A party hostel has to be defined by a great experience. It has to be a social place, a place to mingle and have an awesome time. The basic facilities of a party hostel in Paris are:

  • Pub Crawls
  • in-house bar
  • events organized in-house
  • a perfect mix of guys and girls
  • social ambiance to meet people easily and have a few drinks

You might be interested as well in “getting laid“, as travelers like to say. Now, it would be odd if we give you a list of hostels that guarantee to get laid. That is just…weird.

Here is our guide on how to have sex in hostels.

One of the best party hostels in Paris is the quirky JO&JOE Paris Gentilly Hostel.

Not only can you enjoy regular happy hours, beer pong, and ever-changing event programs, but the overall design of this hostel is also one to marvel at.

There’s a…

  • Onsite bar & restaurant
  • Big garden area (where all the fun happens)
  • Self-serving beer tap system
  • Hot dogs & cocktails on sale

And come on, just look at those dorm rooms! At the end of a big night, collapse in either a shared dorm, a female dorm, or one of the many private options that come with an ensuite.

Book JO&JOE Paris Gentilly here

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Best Hostels in Paris for Solo Travellers?

Here is our guide on how to build lifetime friendships in hostels.

One of the best hostels in Paris for solo travelers is Caulaincourt Montmartre. It has awesome facilities and staff and provides a nice social environment for travelers. Of course, if you prefer a more quiet environment, then opt for Beau M instead!

What is important for solo travelers in a hostel?

  • Safe
  • clean
  • fun
  • easy to connect and mingle
Book Caulaincourt Montmartre here

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Caulaincourt Montmartre Living Room

Best Backpackers Hostel in Paris?

Are you hoping to find a fun Paris backpacker hostel?

Luckily for you, we have you covered. The best backpacker hostel in Paris is also Caulaincourt Montmartre.

It’s very sociable, with plenty of communal spaces where you can meet new people and have fun!

It’s also what we’d declare one of the best youth hostels in Paris.

Book Caulaincourt Montmartre here

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Caulaincourt Montmartre

Best Hostel in Paris for Groups

Perhaps you’re traveling to Paris as part of a big group. It’s not always easy to find big enough hostels or ones that are willing to host large groups. But have no fear, because we’ve found the perfect hostel in Paris for groups.

Welcome to The People Hostel – Paris 12.

This hostel has a whopping 143 beds spread over both shared and private rooms (all ensuite), so there’s plenty of room.

There’s a huge rooftop terrace and other beautiful outdoor areas, plus a big indoor lounge and shared kitchen to use.

Did you know? The People team has just opened a brand new sister hostel in Marseille. Part of our best hostels in Marseille guide.

Book The People Hostel – Paris 12 here

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More Paris Hostels worth a mention

With over 100 hostels in the city, we can’t stop there! Besides, we must convince you that searching for the best hotels in Paris isn’t an option.

Why settle for cheap hotels in Paris? Let’s continue our Paris backpackers guide with a few more options.

FIAP Jean Monnet

Stay at FIAP Jean Monnet, and you’ll be just 20 minutes from the Latin Quarter and Eiffel Tower – grab your free city map and explore!

We should warn you that this hostel has 480 beds – it’s a big one.

What’s impressive is that every room has a private bathroom. Towels & linen are also included in the price, and breakfast is free.

There’s a cafeteria, garden area, ping pong, and all-important laundry facilities.

It’s certainly more of an upmarket hostel/hotel great for older travelers and couples in Paris.

We also think this is one of the best hostels in Paris for families – the family rooms sleep 5-6 people.

Book FIAP Jean Monnet here

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The 3 Ducks Eiffel Tower by Hiphophostels

Another great example of Paris France Hostels is The 3 Ducks Eiffel Tower.

It’s buzzing with a friendly atmosphere that’s inclusive for a wide range of travelers – families, solo travelers, and solo female travelers.

Definitely sign up for the free city tour and make the most of the onsite bar and free breakfast.

There is also a beautiful window-lined cafe and a common room for just chilling out with a book.

We enjoy the design of this place; fresh, modern, and spacious.

Book 3 Ducks Eiffel Tower here

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The 3 Ducks Eiffel Tower by Hiphophostel is one of the best hostels in Paris, France

What about the cheapest hostels in Paris?

Of course, there are always cheap hostels. But how do you actually find them? When you are traveling on a shoe-string budget and you want to save every dollar, there are ways to find the cheapest places in Paris.

  1. Open Hostelz.com with a full list of all hostels in Paris
  2. add your dates
  3. Order the listings by price

Simple as that.

Hostelz.com is a price comparison site for hostels. They list every single one in the world and tells you exactly which website is cheaper to use.

Another smart Tip: Check what is actually included, and what is excluded. Take a closer look at the location, too. A further location might mean more costs in transport.

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How to book?

The most popular booking platforms are Booking.com and Hostelworld.com. On both platforms, your credit card is 100% protected and the booking 100% confirmed.

We included some handy links to each of the recommended hostel. Just click on the hostel name. The link will lead you to check prices and availability.

Read: step-by-step guide on how to book with Hostelworld

We recommend booking your hostel as early as possible! All of Paris best hostels are popular; especially in high-season. To make sure you end up in those stylish and good hostels, secure your room/ bed as soon as you have your travel dates fix.

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Our Favorite Hostels in Paris put on a map + sights

A map is always handy, right?! So here you go. We put all the places on the map, including the accommodation and the top sights you should not miss.

Don’t forget to join a free walking tour in the city – they are popular and really worth your time.

The sights in blue are:

  1. Eiffel Tower
  2. Montmartre
  3. Paris Catacombs
  4. L’Arc de Triomphe de l’Etoile
  5. Louvre Museum
  6. The Centre Pompidou

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Tours & Activities in Paris

We highly recommend joining some tours and activities. Just ask at the hostel reception for some handpicked recommendations.

Here’s our guide to 27 fun things to do in Paris, including a night cruise, a “fight bar” and restaurants.

However, you should book three things to do in Paris in advance. Obviously, the most important ones not to miss are the first two:

1. Eiffel Tower

The most famous symbol of Paris cannot be missed.

There are plenty of people who want to visit it. Therefore, we recommend you get your ticket to the Eiffel Tower.

This way, you will be able to skip the 2-3 hours line.

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2. Louvre Museum

Same goes for the world-famous Louvre. You know, the museum in the heart of the city where the Mona Lisa lives.

Just book your Louvre ticket beforehand and skip this long and annoying queue.

This way, you save 2 hours of your travel time. We recommend booking with Get Your Guide. It is our preferred way to book tickets around Europe. Tiqets.com is another good website for buying sightseeing tickets.

Check here our review of Tiqets.com

Get your Ticket for Louvre here

Louvre Museum is a must-see

3. Pub Crawl

A pub crawl is always fun! Make sure you get your spot. Prices for this start from 15€ and include free shots – of course!

Check out the pub crawls in Paris here.

Book your Pub Crawl here

Best Pub Crawl in Paris, France

4. Paris Catacombs (unique!!)

Legendary, scary, and interesting!

The Paris Catacombs are quite something and are incredibly unique. Go underground and experience the dark side of the French capital. Night tours are also available – a perfect thing to do in Paris at night!

Good to know: There is also an audio guide, which we highly recommend!

Even better to know: Make sure you purchase your ticket beforehand. There is usually a looooong line.

You can skip the line by getting your ticket beforehand.

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Below I included an interesting video. It covers part of the history of Paris, including the Catacombs, Metro and war. Click to get an idea!

Things to Know before you go

If this is your first time travelling to Paris, France there are a few useful and important things to know and consider before you arrive.

Here is a list of what we think will be helpful for your planning.

Best areas to Stay in Paris

For more of an arty experience, we recommend staying in Belleville – it’s full of bars, restaurants and shops.

Belleville has a metro station which links to all of the major sights in Paris. The historical centre is also only 10-minutes away on foot.

Marais is the trendiest area in this city. Expect hipsters everywhere you turn! It is uber cool to be fair, so head here if you fancy some good dining and a cool place to enjoy a drink.

7th Arrondissement (neighborhood) is where you want to be situated if you prefer to be close to the top sights such as the Eiffel Tower and Musee d’Orsay.

How long should it take to visit Paris?

Honestly, we’d say you need a good 3-5 days to explore Paris properly.

As you can imagine, this city has so much to offer! Obviously, the longer you stay, the more relaxed your time can be here.

In 3 days, it’s possible to visit the Eiffel Tower, climb the Arc de Triomphe and stuff your face silly with street food. For those who love to watch the world go by from the comfort of a coffee shop, add an extra day or two!

When is the best time to visit Paris?

If you can, avoid the peak summertime! This is obviously to beat the crowds (and heavier price points)

We’d recommend visiting between April and June when the weather is just fine. June tends to be more stable weather-wise, and this is when the tourist crowds haven’t yet gone too crazy yet.

The cheapest time to visit is during the winter months – December, January, and February.

Transport in Paris

Believe it or not, Paris is actually great for walking. To get from one end of the city to the other will only take 2 hours!

Otherwise, you can get around using these other methods:

  • Velib – a huge bicycle-sharing system dotted around the city. Super cheap (1€ for half hour)
  • Metro (1.90€ per ticket)
  • Tram
  • Bus & night bus (64 different lines)

Tickets for all of the above (except bicycles) can be bought at automatic ticket machines in metro stations, in tobacconists, and online at the website parisinfo.com

Things to Know before you go to Paris, France


Alright, you should have found your accommodation already. Below we list all the frequently asked questions. Have a look.

What are the best hostels in Paris with private rooms?

That's easily our #2 recommendation The People - Paris Belleville (ex Les Piaules).

The private rooms are pretty swanky, with a tea/coffee station and big bed with complimentary towels. *Swoon*.

What are the best hostels in Paris near Eiffel Tower?

If you're happy to take public transport, you can reach the Eiffel Tower from any of our 3 hostel recommendations within 15 minutes.

Otherwise, walking can take anywhere between 1-1.5 hours.

Our advice: talk with the hostel staff and find out the quickest & cheapest route.

What are the best hostels in Paris city centre?

Generator Paris, The People - Paris Belleville (ex Les Piaules) and St. Christopher's Inn are all within a short metro ride to the city centre.

We don't recommend staying right in the middle of the city. Belleville and surrounding neighborhoods offer a more traveller-friendly vibe.

What is the best area to stay in Paris?

For more of an arty experience, we recommend staying in Belleville - it's full of bars, restaurants and shops.

Belleville has a metro station which links to all of the major sights in Paris. The historical centre is also only 10-minutes away on foot.

What are the best sites for finding hostels?

We want to throw our hat into the ring: Hostelgeeks.com

Our website is focused on bringing you a handpicked selection of cool hostels all around the world. Here you can find all our handmade best hostels in the world guides; from Paris to Tokyo.

Other than our website, Hostelworld is always a great resource and booking platform too.

Flights to Paris?

We use Skyscanner and Omio.com to find cheap flights and good connections all over the globe.

Skyscanner has a bunch of cool features like Multi-City Trip. Instead of doing this research step-by-step, Skyscanner offers this flight planning tool.

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Fancy authentic Secret Tips Paris?

But wait, there is more…

When you have the chance to visit the City of Love, make sure you get an idea of the more local point of view.

We created a Travel Guide for the French Capital, inducing 5 Secret Tips Paris!

We show you simply 5 unique recommendations for Paris – by a friend for friends.

The tips include:

  • 1 yummy and authentic restaurant
  • 1 museum-styled jazz bar
  • the best crepes in Paris (cheap aaaaand super tasty)
  • 3 beautiful outdoor spots to hang out, have a wine and watch the world
  • and the best café in Paris!

You can download the 5 Secret Tips for Paris for free directly to your inbox:

Also, you can find more unique travel guides at Hostelgeeks, including Barcelona, Amsterdam, and Rome.

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Find here all the “Best Hostels in” Guides.

We also have guides on the best hostels in Europe, the best party hostels in Europe, and the best coworking hostels in Europe.

Over to you

Do you have any questions left, maybe doubts? Then please leave it in the comment below. We are very keen to help you - and actually you would even do us a favor!

Your question will help us to improve this Paris guide.

Last note: Our commitment

This is a genuine article to help you travel a bit smarter, and find the best place on a budget! We will never recommend you any place we haven’t evaluated or are not convinced by. We are constantly updating all our guides to keep them as fresh and accurate as possible.

Safe travels,
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