Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Paris
The best budget hotels in Paris... inspected and approved.
The Hotel Tiquetonne is a massive, creaky, and fabulously feminine place, providing 45 homey rooms at very low rates.
The Hotel Esmeralda is a one-star wonder. With a "magnifique" location directly across the Seine from Notre Dame, it offers 16 funky and recently renovated rooms at reasonable rates.
The Hotel du Commerce is a cross between a hotel and a hostel, offering simple rooms at rates that are a steal considering its prime Latin Quarter location.
Les Chansonniers is a unique, cheap, and slightly far-flung pick situated on the shared border of the 11th and 20th Arrondissements.
The Castex Hotel is a cozy three-star charmer located on a quiet side street just west of the Bastille. It's a polished and reliable pick, perfect for even our fussiest readers.
Very Good 8.2
We were really pleased to happen upon the two-star Hotel Andre Gill, a quiet hotel that packs in budget-minded travelers, offering quality, clean rooms at very low rates for Paris.
Very Good 7.9
Located directly across the street from the Sorbonne, the two-star Hotel Cluny Sorbonne offers clean, basic and cheap rooms in a typical 17th-century building (with an elevator).
Very Good 7.9
The two-star Hippodrome is located on a quiet street off the bustling Boulevard de Clichy. It's a friendly, family-run place close to good transportation links and represents a solid value.
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Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to cheap hotels in Paris. Since we launched our site in 2001, we’ve been constantly hunting down the best Paris hotel deals so you can enjoy the City of Lights "à la Cheapo."
Fortunately, Paris still offers a wide variety of small one-, two- and three-star hotels, many of which are family-run, independent and quite affordable. We visit and review the best of them, and pass the information on to you.
As you read through our hotel reviews, remember that all “Editor’s Pick” hotels must live up to EuroCheapo’s standards: They must be centrally located, clean, and affordable (usually with double rooms for under €100 a night). And if they have a little extra “je ne sais quoi,” we’ll really sing their praises.
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