Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Paris
The best budget hotels in Paris... inspected and approved.
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.
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.
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