Le Village Hostel Montmartre
The Village is a cozy hotel in the heart of the Montmartre neighborhood, famous for its artistic heritage and winding, cobbled streets. Its sunny terrace is the perfect place to relax with friends or a book, and has stunning views of the area’s biggest attraction, the Sacre-Coeur, which is just a ten-minute walk away. The hostel has cooking facilities as well as a dining room and a bar, where more often than not there is someone strumming away on the guitar. It also offers free, unlimited Wi-Fi.
Le Montclair Montmartre Hostel & Budget Hotel
Le Montclair, too, is just minutes away from the Sacre-Coeur at the summit of Montmartre, which is the highest point in Paris. There’s not a night in the year when the steps in front of the basilica aren’t filled with people, chilling with a drink, listening to music, and marveling at the various street performers. The guest rooms, lobby, and common areas of the hostel have all been recently and trendily refurbished and breakfast is offered every morning.
Hotel Montmartre Clignancourt
The Hotel Montmartre Clignancourt is located between Barbès-Rochechouart and Anvers metro stations on the border between the 18th and 9th arrondissements. So you can either walk up the hill to Montmartre or down it into the chic SoPi (South Pigalle) district, a new favorite amongst resident Parisians. This quiet, clean hotel has 44 newly renovated rooms and a shared shower on each floor.
Plug Inn-Montmartre Boutique Hostel
The Plug Inn-Montmartre’s nearest metro station is Abbesses, near to the long, curving rue Lepic, known for its bustling restaurants and bars. All of the rooms are en-suite and sheets, towels, and hair dryers are provided free of charge. The reception is open 24/7 with no curfew and there is a luggage area and bathroom for early arrivals. Very handy!
Caulaincourt Montmartre Hostel
The Caulaincourt Montmartre Hostel’s mission is to provide cheap, safe, and clean accommodation for backpackers. It has a selection of dormitories, single, twin, double, and triple rooms, some of which have private shower facilities. Check-in is from 4:00pm and breakfast is included, as are Wi-Fi, maps, and local calls. Bedding is provided and towels can be rented from the reception. Those in rooms on upper floors can look forward to stunning views across the city’s rooftops.
Hotel André Gill
The Hotel André Gill is a family-run establishment off the rue des Martyrs, on an animated street with cool bars, concert halls, and gourmet delis all along its length. The hotel has a private courtyard as well as a computer and TV room. The hotel’s rooms and common spaces are hung with artworks by local artists, many of whom can be found sketching and painting at the iconic Place du Tertre. There’s also a seriously cute cat at the reception.
Hotel Bonséjour Montmartre
The Hotel Bonséjour Montmartre has 34 rooms, all of which are equipped with brand new, high-quality beds. Sheets, towels, and Wi-Fi are provided and the hotel also offers free tours of Paris.
The two-star Hotel Luxia is seconds from the gardens which lead up to the Sacre-Coeur. Its 45 rooms have a bath or shower and WC, a TV, and a telephone. Breakfast is also included.