Best Paris Hostels for Solo Travellers

Paris is one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe. It attracts all types of travelers, from large groups to independent travelers. If you're traveling alone, there are a variety of budget accommodation options that can help you meet others and enjoy the city.

How much do hostels in Paris cost?

Average Dorm Price $27 ($19 to $42)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $83 ($6 to $172)
Dorm Bed: $23.12
Private Room: $30.77
Overall Rating: 84%
If you're traveling to Paris alone, The Loft is a great option. It's located in the trendy neighborhood, Belleville, which has many eclectic bars, restaurants and clubs. The hostel is also well connected to the main metro lines (M11 and M2). Several significant bus lines also pass near the hostel.

The staff at the hostel are excellent and can help you with any questions you may have. All staff members speak French as well as a second language.

There are a variety of rooms available including deluxe twin and double rooms, as well as a range of dorm sizes. There are private four bed dorms, female four bed dorms, as well as mixed four, five, six, and eight bed dorms. The rooms are large and have lots of sunlight. Guests have access to a private bathroom (shared by dorm room), hairdryer, telephone, wi-fi, and private rooms have satellite television.

The hostel provides guests with a free breakfast every morning. There's also a communal kitchen which guests can use, luggage storage, and travel information available. Visits are limited to seven days.
70 rue Julien Lacroix , Paris, France,
Dorm Bed: $17.00
Overall Rating: 84%
Trendy Hostel has a warm and inviting environment. The atmosphere is very cozy and there is plenty of common space where guests can relax and mingle. The staff is friendly and helpful with organizing events for the guests. It's a perfect setting for solo travelers who are hoping to meet other guests.

The hostel is located about half a kilometer from a water mill that dates back to the seventeenth century. It's a fifteen minute metro ride from the Eiffel Tower and is very close to public transportation. In the surrounding neighborhood you'll find everything you could need including grocery stores, restaurants, cafes, and bakeries.

The hostel has five dormitories that sleep four, ten, fourteen, twenty, and twenty two people. The rooms are secure and safe and each is equipped with a safe. Bunk beds are available and lower bunks have curtains. Free wi-fi and breakfast are available to guests and a laundry room is also on-site. Guests can prepare meals in the small communal kitchen, and many guests enjoy relaxing in the hostels "living room".
2 Ter Rue Édouard Vasseur Ivry sur Seine , Paris, France,
Dorm Bed: $19.86
Private Room: $28.20
Overall Rating: 83%
This hostel is one of the most popular in Paris, and there is always a lively crowd where independent travelers can make friends. The hostel is conveniently located just a couple minutes from Gare du Nord train station. It's accessible to many of the most popular sights in Paris.

The hostel has many amenities for guests including free wi-fi, privacy curtains around beds, free breakfast every morning, an international bar, travel information, laundry facilities, and free city walking tours. The hostel's bar, Belushi's, is always crowded with other travelers, and hostel guests receive a discount.

The staff at St Christopher's in multilingual and very knowledgeable on the city. There is a 24 hour reception area, and the hostel is very safe and secure. The hostel also has a lot of common area where guests enjoy relaxing and chatting after a long day exploring the city. It's a very welcoming environment for solo travelers who are looking to meet others.
5, Rue de Dunkerque , Paris, France,
Dorm Bed: $28.18
Private Room: $28.18
Overall Rating: 85%
MIJE is located in a 17th century building. There are actually three hostels in the building: MIJE Fourcy, Fauconnier, and Maubuisson. They are located in the city's historic Marais district, right in the middle of the city's rich culture. The building is just a ten minute walk from Notre-Dame, the Seine, Ile Saint-Louis, the Opera Bastille, the Pompidou Center, and the Picasso Museum, as well as many other famous destinations in Paris.

Together, the three hostels have more than 400 beds. Guests can choose between rooms with private or shared bathrooms and the rooms sleep anywhere from one to ten people.

A variety of amenities are available to guests as well. The reception desk is open 24/7 and the staff are very knowledgeable on the city. Although there is no public kitchen, it is possible to order meals through the hostel. Wi-fi is available on the ground floor of the building and there is a common area where you can borrow books. City information is also available including maps and travel information. Free luggage storage is also available.
6 rue de Fourcy , Paris, France,

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