14, rue des Cordelieres, 13 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75013, France
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Budget Hostel

by kltakky

Hi there

Could anyone recommend safe yet budget hostel (about USD 20-40) that close to tourist attractions - e.g. Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame?

Thanks for any info!

Re: Budget Hostel

by leanneedwards

I can't imagine that any thing will be between 20-40 us dollars anywhere near Paris even the hostels out of Paris are at least 60 us dollars... good luck!!

Re: Budget Hostel

by pangaeatours


Go to
You will get all the info you need including prices, location and reviews.
You can even book a hostel from this site.


Re: Budget Hostel

by leanneedwards
try this place!!!

Re: Budget Hostel


First of all, it is not true that the price in the city center is more expensive than the accomodation in the suburbs or in the outskirts.

Searching on Internet you can find easily a bed in an hostel for a price close to your target but in a dorm.

I suggest you 2 true cheap hotels (some US friends used them):
- Hotel Tiquetonne - 2 rue Tiquetonne 2° arrt - 331 42 36 94 58 - 35 euros (tax included) for a single room with toilet and sink. 6 euros for the breakfast. The rooms are clean and simple. It is located near the Louvre and the rue de Rivoli. This hotel has no website and as it is one of the cheapest of Paris, it is full the year round. Closed in August.

- Hotel Henri IV - Place Dauphine - - 49 euros (tax and breakfast included) for a room for 2 with toilet and sink. It is located on Ile de la Cite close to Notre Dame and Quartier Latin, in a very secure area because the police headquarter is on the other side of the place.

Have a pleasant stay.

Re: Budget Hostel

by kltakky

Thanks for the information! appreciated...
I was looking at les degres de notre dame paris which is about euro40, but room doesn't have air condition. Will it be too hot to sleep during August in Paris?

Travel Tips for Paris

Bohemian Montmarte

by tvor

The Montmarte area of Paris is legendary as the home of the artist and bohemian lifestyle. At the crest of a hill is the grandeur of Sacre Coeur Basilica in it's white moorish splendour and fabulous views over Paris. There is also Place du Tertres where the artists are all set up to sell their wares. Some will do chariacatures of you for a price. That's fun, and don't forget to bargain a price. It's a bit touristy but it's like a free art gallery, wandering the square and seeing all the artwork on display. Montmarte is full of narrow winding streets, cafes and shops and markets. It's definitely an interesting part of Paris to explore. Some of us got our portraits drawn. Mine came out ok but i didn't think it looked a lot like me at the time. the artist drew me without a smile, in a somewhat pensive expression. My mother said she thought it was what i would look like when i would be in my 30's... i was 18 at the time and you know... it does!

We just loved sitting outside...

by mompanfan

We just loved sitting outside the Cafes watching people. It's interesting to watch people from a different culture and notice the similarities and differences. We sat outside a bakery one day and all the different people from the neighborhood were coming to buy their bread for the day. And these three little french boys came and bought their loaf of bread for their mom. But, they do not put the bread in a bag or anything. It is just a long loaf of french bread and they carry it with a small sheet of wax paper wrapped around it. The boys were carrying their bread home when a dog came running up to them. He was trying to get a bite of that bread and the little boys were so small that they couldn't hold it up very high and we watched them go all the way down the street trying to keep that loaf of bread away from that dog. We have laughed so many times since our trip thinking about those little boys and that dog.

The 16th Arrondissement

by Lady_Mystique

The tranquil 16th on the Right Bank is an area of chic, monied neighborhoods; Auteuil, Passy, Ranleigh, Trocadero, the Ave Foch, and the Ave Victor Hugo.
It has rich Art Nouvea (my favourite) and modern architecture with buildings by Hector Guimard, Mallet-Stevens, and Le Corbusier.

There is a host of small, worthy museums. Among the best are the Musée Marmottan, the Musée Guimet, and the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in the Palais de Tokyo.

The Palais de Chaillot and Jardins du Trocadero provide spectacular views of the Tour Eiffel across the Seine. To the west is the Bois de Boulogne with its Jardin de Bagatelle, Pre-Catalan, and Jardin d'Acclimatation.

ART ~ In the EYE of Open-Minded

by Lady_Mystique

The LOUVRE, the CENTRE Georges POMPIDOU, and the MUSEE d'ORSAY display some of the most inspiring and well-known artwork in the world ---

--- but --- depending on your mood --- culture could just as well be hidden in an independent gallery, an air-conditioned movie theatre on the Champs-Elysées, or in a portrait painter in Montmartre's pl. du Tertre.

No matter where you stroll, you will be following in the footsteps of someone who came to Paris in search of inspiration.

A generation of hungry intellectuals was lured to Paris by the call of academic and artistic freedom (not to mention warm croissants) during and after World War II, and under the influence of potent espresso, and even more potent red wine, they set the dramatic tone for the artistic community that prevails in Parisian cafés today.

Rolling Along

by ginalynne

One might expect Parisians to be avid cycling fans, but roller-skating? Having been a true 80's skating-at-the-mall-every-Saturday girl, I like the idea of closing off miles of city streets to go wheeling. To me, it's simply fascinating to see so many people of different ages, varied ethnic groups and range of athletic prowess all come together to participate. There is a relaxing Sunday afternoon skate or a Friday night excursion for more advanced skaters. Don't worry, both groups have plenty of police protection and generally keep an ambulance or two nearby! Roller skates, inline skates, protective gear


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Address: 14, rue des Cordelieres, 13 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75013, France