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 simple and homey rooms at shockingly 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 somewhat renovated rooms at rates Cheapos will love.
The Castex Hotel is a cozy three-star charmer located on a quiet side street just west of the Bastille. While not cheap, it's a polished and reliable pick, and sometimes even affordable.
Located across the street from the Université de la Sorbonne in the Latin Quarter, the Hotel Cluny Sorbonne possesses a quaint charm, prime location and renovated rooms.
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.
If you’re looking for something cozy and “French countryside,” Jeanne d’Arc might be the saint you’ve been praying for.
The Hotel de la Tour Eiffel is a two-star charmer with 24 reasonably priced rooms near—you guessed it—the Eiffel Tower.
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Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to Paris. Since 2001, we’ve been constantly hunting down and reviewing the city's best affordable hotels so you can enjoy the City of Lights "à la Cheapo."
There is quite a range of one-, two- and three-star hotels in Paris, many of which are family-run, independent and quite cheap. These small hotels are what our inspectors are after. The best of them offer more than simply a cheap night's sleep—they offer a warm welcome, clean room, and an opportunity to get closer to the culture.
As you read through our 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,” all the better!
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