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10 Budget Friendly Hotels in Paris

I am starting a new series on the blog that is Paris on a Budget. Accommodations can be the most expensive part of trip planning even more than the flight. Once you have the flight booked, you will need to sort out accommodations. All of these hotels are under $200. I tried to find as many spots that were rated well but were still budget friendly closer to $125/$150. Location is always a factor. You can see the map below to narrow down your selection if there is a certain area you want to be based.

For more details on How Much To Spend in Paris in A Day you can refer to this post.


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If there are hotels you have stayed at that you would recommend that are under $200 feel free to leave them in the comments below so we can share with other readers. 

I hope you enjoy the new series and this allows the trip planning process to be easier and more approachable when it comes to budget. 

Hotel Panache 


Images via  Hotel Panache

Images via Hotel Panache

Hotel Panache is located by the Grands Boulevards in the 9th arrondissement in Paris. Centrally located, this hotel is averages between $120 – $180 per night. 

Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais


Images taken by me during my stay

Images taken by me during my stay

Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais is probably the Boutique Hotel I recommend the most to readers. It is located in the Marais and is priced around $150/night. I stayed here a few years ago and loved my time here. I had a room facing the street and a tiny window where I could have breakfast. You can take breakfast downstairs in the basement but I chose to have it delivered to the room. The whole breakfast for one person was 12 euros and is still the best value of breakfast I have seen in Paris. Pastries, juice, yogurt, coffee, cheese, and a newspaper. You can’t go wrong and the location is ideal for those who love the Marais. 

Hôtel Bass

Hôtel Bass is located on Rue des Abbesses in Montmartre close to the border of the 9th/18th arrondissements. This is a great location for exploring Montmartre and the neighborhood of Sopi. I lived just 10 minutes from here in 2013 and this area has grown so much since. Rooms are just 100 euros and a great value. Photo via Hotels.com/Hôtel Bass

Hotel Paradis


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Images by Hotel Paradis Hotel

Centrally located in Paris, Hotel Paradis is perfect for single or couples. The rates are anywhere between $120-$180 depending on the room size. The hotel is between the 9th/10th arrondissement. 

Hotel Grand Amour


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Images by Hotel Grand Amour Hotel

Located in the 10th arrondissement, this Boutique Hotel has rooms starting at 97 euros a night. There are several room options going from a single room to the apartment which has rooftop views, a tub, and room for up to 3 people. The courtyard and lobby are great spots for meeting with friends, brunch, or catching up on work. You may recognize the courtyard from Instagram feeds. 

 

Hotel Bienvenue


images provided by Hotel Bienvenue

images provided by Hotel Bienvenue

Located in the 9th arrondissement Hotel Bienvenue is situated in a great location for someone looking for a local Paris experience. Rooms start as low as $100 – $200 (there is a triple room available for families for $180) Cooking classes are provided once a week on site. 

Hotel Grands Boulevards


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Images by Hotel Grands Boulevards

Hotel Grands Boulevards is on the pricier end of the budget hotels. You can find a room closer to $200 per night. The hotel is Instagram friendly you may notice some of the images from your favorite bloggers spending time in Paris. I have not stayed here but wouldn’t hesitate in booking a night or two here. It is a 4 star hotel centrally located in the heart of the city which makes most of the city walkable. Unless you are right by the Eiffel Tower, I always feel that is one spot that might not be walkable. You can easily hop on the metro or grab an Uber. 

Hotel Royal Madeleine


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Images by Hotel Royal Madeleine

I discovered Hotel Royal Madeleine a few weeks back while doing blog research. This hotel was set to open this Summer but it was delayed. It should be opening early Fall. I have recommended this place to a few friends and I would love the opportunity to stay here. It is located in the heart of the 8th arrondissement and recently went under a remodel. The hotel looks fantastic and the price is right at $160-$180 per night. 

Hotel Adèle and Jules


Images taken by me during my stay

Images taken by me during my stay

I had the opportunity to stay at Adèle and Jules twice and loved the experience. It is made up of two buildings, one is Adèle and one is Jules. The staff is helpful with restaurant recommendations and activities in the neighborhood. There is breakfast in the lobby along with tea time and an honesty bar. The street the hotel is situated on is a quiet family street. You will sleep soundly and comfortably. The rooms are a bit pricier than the above Boutique Hotels but this one will still come in under $200. Room 42 is the room I stayed in and had plenty of room for two people. Great for couples or friends. 

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  1. My sister-in-law & I stayed at the Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais last summer; what a wonderful little spot. The staff went above and beyond to make sure we had a nice stay–we were on the second floor in back; ordered breakfast on our last morning. I just wish we hadn’t waited til the end.
    I highly recommend this hotel–great staff, atmosphere and location! We were able to walk almost everywhere!

    • Hi Ann,

      I am so happy you enjoyed Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais. You have to have a balcony next trip. The perfect spot to enjoy that amazing breakfast. Is it still 12 euros? Best value in the city!

      Rebecca

  2. We stayed at the Hotel Ampere in the 17th. It was a queen bed with a single for 3 adults. We payed around 170 per night (Travelocity). It was a nice walk to the Arc de Triomphe. The metro (Pereire stop) was right across the street on a circle. There was the RER C on the next street by the circle. This train takes you direct to Versailles. The hotel has a great staff with lots of recommendations for meals and excursions. We found Bacinos which was the best Italian I ever ate. We went there twice because I had to get the Carpaccio that someone ordered on the first visit. We were going to stay at the Mercure by the Eiffel Tower but glad we didn’t. There wasn’t a lot there and it looked sketchy at night. The Hotel Ampere looks like its in a more residential area. Lots of Patisseries and Boulangeries. There was one across from the Bacino restaurant that was excellent!!!

  3. So many great suggestions on this list! Not sure what their rates are like these days but I stayed at The Hoxton last December and it was very reasonable and super hip. Beautiful decor, nice restaurant and a secret bar!

    • Hi Lindsey,

      I visited The Hoxton for a drink earlier this year but I haven’t stayed here yet. I am so happy to hear you enjoyed it. When I looked at the rates they were a little higher than the other hotels so I kept it out of the budget post. I will look at them for a future post. I am excited to hear they are bringing one to Chicago in a few years 🙂

      Rebecca

  4. These are wonderful suggestions. I also recommend checking HotelTonight for great rates on nice hotels, I frequently get hotels for $100!

  5. We had a hard time finding a hotel (within our budget) with 2 actual beds instead of a bed and a pull out for myself and a friend I’m traveling with in a couple of weeks. Being 50, we need an actual bed if we want to be able to move the next day 🙂 These look very nice.

  6. Hotel de Jobo (Josephine Bonaparte) in Marais. Boutique hotel steps from the St. Paul metro stop and a lovely off the beaten path courtyard full of cafes and restaurants. Steps from Rue des Rosiers, a vaudeville theatre, an Irish pub, a quaint shop selling anything you might need should the weather turn and you just didn’t pack for it, lovely staff.

  7. I stayed in the Hotel de la Sorbonne 40 years ago when I first traveled to Paris — it’s gone through a complete transformation since then. Rooms are still quite affordable, and the Left Bank location is quite handy. https://www.hotelsorbonne.com

  8. Thanks for these recommendations! I’ve stayed at a different hotel every time I’ve been to Paris and around $120-150 is usually my budget but I have never managed to stumble across any of these gems. ❤️😊

    • I am so happy to hear this post helps! It was a lot of fun discovering these and I am staying in one of them on an upcoming trip. I will report back. If you end up booking any of them, please let me know your thoughts!