The Best Party Hostels in Paris (2017)
Paris is the city of lights, and if you're looking to party late into the night, any of these hostels will offer you a good time. Whether you're a first time backpacker looking to meet other travelers, or you're a seasoned traveler looking to cut loose, these hostels are among the most social in the city.
How much do hostels in Paris cost?
|Average Dorm Price
$28 ($19 to $43)
|Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel)
$83 ($6 to $178)
Dorm Bed: $16.00
This popular Paris hostel offers guests an on-site pub where they can relax and enjoy cheap beer and cocktails. There are plenty of amenities available to guests including common spaces with a television, telephone, fax machine, and Internet access. There's also a full kitchen that is accessible to guests.
The room types are diverse and you can choose from a private double or triple room to the more lively dorms. All rooms have showers and sheets, covers, and pillows are provided.
There is no curfew so you can stay out late into the night.
If you're looking for a place to catch up on sleep, then this is not the hostel for you. It's a young crowd, with guests between the ages of 18 and 35. It's a notorious party hostel, so if you're looking for a good time in the city of lights, then this is a top pick.
245 Rue La Fayette ,
Dorm Bed: $39.53
With a great location in one of the most exciting neighborhoods in Paris, this hostel is a great place for those looking for a good time. It sites at the foothill of the Montmartre area and is close to cafes, clubs, bars, and eclectic musician and artist hangouts.
The hostel offers guests all kinds of amenities including free breakfast, wi-fi, luggage storage, and free tours of the city. There's also a full kitchen that guests may use.
The hostel is popular for it's party atmosphere, but it also offers a cozy and comfortable setting. It's a social setting where guests regularly hang out in common areas and chat.
Although this hostel is a party hostel, it's much more laid back than the others listed here. It's more social than loud, so it offers guests a perfect combination if they're looking for a place to meet fellow travelers, but also get some sleep at night.
48 rue Rodier ,
Dorm Bed: $15.90
St. Christopher's Hostel is a self proclaimed party hostel that offers guests the opportunity to dance until late in the night. It has everything from live music and great parties in its popular Belushi's Bar, to fantastic views of the city. There are plenty of amenities available to guests including free wi-fi, linens, and complimentary breakfast. There's also a female only floor where girls can relax together in a more mellow atmosphere.
Every week the hostel hosts a variety of events including Wednesday Karaoke, Friday Student Nights, and the Saturday Club Party. Both travelers and locals alike enjoy these events.
This hostel is part of a chain that can be found throughout Europe. If you're a seasoned European traveler you've likely encountered this chain at least once before. The facilities here are modern and reliable and the reputation holds true in the Paris franchise.
159, rue de Crimee ,
Dorm Bed: $22.90
This eclectic hostel is popular with artists and poets who have traveled to Paris from all over the world. It has a unique charm and atmosphere, and although it's not got the loud party atmosphere that some of the early hostels do, it does have a wonderful clientele with a great social atmosphere where you can meet all kinds of people.
It's popular with a variety of visitors including students, tourists, and backpackers. There are rooms that are a range of sizes with anywhere from one to six beds available. There is a common area, a kitchen, a cafe and no curfew so guests can come and go as they please.
The hostel is also close to supermarkets, bakeries, a post office, the metro, restaurants and nightclubs. There's also a weekend flea market nearby.
20 Rue d'Orsel 75018 Paris ,
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