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Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Paris

Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to Paris. Since 2001, we’ve been writing about ways to save on your trip to Paris, including our constantly updated list of the city's best budet hotels.

There is quite a range of small, independent and affordable hotels in Paris. 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. These are the hotels we're after!

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More ways to save in Paris

In addition to hotel recommendations, we have dozens of articles covering ways to save when visiting, including riding the Metro, budget tips, and museum prices and discounts.

Plus check out our Paris blog for recent articles on cheap eats, activities and more.

From our Paris blog

Some people come to Paris and try to fit in by wearing their best black outfit, staying in an obscure part of town and avoiding speaking English as much as possible. Sure, it’s fun to be a local, but at the end of the ... read

Note: This article was updated on September 15, 2014 with new links and information. In a city where customer service is as low a priority as cleaning up after your dog, the scarcity of tipping in Paris should come as no ... read

We all hear about the croissant and its rich little brother the pain au chocolat, but these are not the only breakfast items available at the bakery. Parisians aren’t about to dive into an éclair or creamy millefeuill ... read

Paris has 20 arrondissements, and there is at least one reason to visit each. Well, sometimes there’s only one… But the 12th, to the east of the city and on the Right Bank (north of the river), is one of the lesser-v ... read

It’s summer in Paris, and what better way to enjoy the warm breeze than a picnic in the park? When one thinks of parks in Paris, Champ de Mars is often the traveler’s favorite. It’s the long stretch of ... read

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Our top 20 reviewed hotels in Paris

Editor's Picks Name Price User rating

Editor's Pick
Hotel Tiquetonne, Paris

The Hotel Tiquetonne is a massive, creaky, and fabulously feminine place, providing 45 simple and homey rooms at shockingly low rates.

From

$64

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Esmeralda, Paris

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.

From

$140

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Editor's Pick
Cluny Sorbonne, Paris

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.

7.9 Guest Rating

From

$89

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Andre Gill, Paris

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.

7.9 Guest Rating

Editor's Pick
Hotel Jeanne d'Arc, Paris

If you’re looking for something cozy and “French countryside,” Jeanne d’Arc might be the saint you’ve been praying for.

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$124

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Editor's Pick
Hotel de la Tour Eiffel, Paris

Planted at the quiet end of the rue de l'Exposition, the Hôtel de la Tour Eiffel is a two-star charmer with 24 reasonably priced rooms near the Eiffel Tower.

7.1 Guest Rating

From

$151

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Eber Mars, Paris

The two-star Hôtel Eber Mars is named after its owner, Mr. Eber, and the Champs de Mars park at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.

7.9 Guest Rating

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$121

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Chopin, Paris

We were captivated by the Hotel Chopin. Located inside a 19th-century shopping arcade, the two-star hotel boasts a setting that’s sure to make romantics swoon.

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$124

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Editor's Pick
Résidence du Palais, Paris

Located literally across the street from the Jardin du Luxembourg, the Résidence du Palais offers cheapo rooms with old-fashioned style. 

7.7 Guest Rating

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$89

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Audran, Paris

The Hotel Audran is a solid deal, with renovated two-star rooms along the café-lined rue Abbesses, one of Montmartre's most charming streets.

8.0 Guest Rating

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$83

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Editor's Pick
Hôtel des 3 Collèges, Paris

The hotel embraces the neighborhood's Medieval collegiate history, with renovated (if boring) three-star rooms fit for a professor.

8.0 Guest Rating

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$149

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Flor Rivoli, Paris

It’s hard to find a hotel more central than the Hotel Flor Rivoli, a simple two-star sleeper located steps from the Châtelet Metro stop. Given the location, doubles for €110 is a great deal.

7.6 Guest Rating

From

$140

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Editor's Pick
Port-Royal Hotel, Paris

Located in the bottom of the 5th arrondissement, the Port-Royal Hotel is a family-run hotel, offering affordable rooms with an old-fashioned touch.

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$77

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Daval, Paris

This convenient hotel offers polished two-star rooms with air conditioning and small baths, just off the Place de la Bastille in a rather bumpin' neighborhood.

8.1 Guest Rating

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$117

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Editor's Pick
Hotel-Residence Chalgrin, Paris

A romantic dream of a hotel, the Hotel-Residence Chalgrin offers 19 vividly decorated rooms in a 19-century mansion near the Arc de Triomphe.

7.4 Guest Rating

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$123

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Rivoli, Paris

The Rivoli’s 20 rooms are unapologetically plain, dated, and a bit scruffy, with thin carpeting and no artwork on the walls. (But have you looked at those rates?) Cheapo warning: The hotel is planning to renovate.

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$60

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Editor's Pick
Grand Hotel du Loiret, Paris

Located across from the Hôtel de Ville,  the Grand Hotel du Loiret offers fresh, three-star rooms at very reasonable rates. However, look elsewhere if you plan to stay out late

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$127

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Editor's Pick
Hotel du Champ de Mars, Paris

Located near the Eiffel Tower, the two-star Hôtel du Champ de Mars offers comfortable rooms with a touch of “fancy frou-frou” at affordable rates.

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$165

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Bellevue et du Chariot d'Or, Paris

One of Paris' remaining Belle Époque Cheapo grande dames, the hotel still holds court near the Place de la République, offering newly renovated and clean rooms for budget travelers by the busload.

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$100

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Stella, Paris

Located just around the corner from the Odéon theater and the Jardin du Luxembourg, the one-star Hotel Stella is old, cheap and charming.

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$102

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