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Hostels in Paris

September 17, 2012 by


Whether you plan to explore the heart of Paris, visit historic sites, take in the shows, or taste the French cuisine and wines, you can save a little money by staying at one of the Hostels in Paris.

Regent Hostel

The Regent Hostel Paris provides private rooms as well as dorm style accommodations.

Regent Hostel Paris

The Regent Hostel Paris (Le Regent Montmartre) provides private rooms as well as dorm style accommodations. They have 60 bedrooms and something for any budget. Ask for rooms on the fifth or sixth floor that face the Sacré Coeur if you want a postcard view.

This location offers easy transport links to get you around the city. They are located next to Gare Du Nord, Montmartre, Pigalle and Opera and are easy walking distance to nightclubs, bars, restaurants and cafes. There is no curfew, but guests under the age of 18 are allowed only when accompanied by an adult. A photo I.D. is required for check in.

Vintage Hostel

The Vintage Hostel offers female dorms.

Vintage Hostel

The Vintage Hostel is only a block away from the Paris North train station, and only a few minutes away from the famous Montmartre, ‘Pigalle’ and the Moulin Rouge. Their friendly staff will make you feel like a Parisian!

All rooms are no smoking, and private rooms feature a private in-room bathroom. Female dorms are available. They offer a continental breakfast buffet that includes croissants, white and brown breads for toasting, coffee, orange juice, and a selection of teas. Wireless Internet connection is available in the lobby.

Woodstock Hostel

Woodstock Hostel’s has a party atmosphere where you’ll meet and make friends.

Woodstock Hostel

Woodstock Hostel is a cozy place for backpackers looking for a party atmosphere in a great location at the foothill of the picturesque Montmartre. Their English speaking staff is helpful and friendly, and you’ll feel at home in the kitchen available to guests.

Breakfast is included in the cost of your stay, and an onsite bar is open until 2:00 a.m. (Curfew is 2:00 a.m.) The Woodstock Hostel is conveniently located near grocery markets, bakeries, a laundromat and post office. You can check for promotions and book online.

Hostels in Paris

This is just a few of the many hostels in Paris. Staying in a hostel instead of a hotel is a whole new experience. Be sure to check out reviews of hostels to see what other travelers have to say, before you book your reservation. It could be a unique and fun experience.

Photo credits: hostelbookers.com, hostelworld.comafn.org

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