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St Christopher's Inn Canal

Close to Crimé metro station (Metro 7) (approximately 20 minutes to the city center), its terrace overlooks Canal Saint Martin, where the movie Amélie was filmed. You don't have to leave the hostel to party: the premises include a bar and a nightclub.

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Beautiful City Hostel

Situated in Belleville, Paris' Chinatown (full of reasonably priced restaurants, by the way) this small designer hostel includes free breakfast.

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Les Piaules

Chosen as the most beautiful hostel in Paris by magazine L’Obs, Les Piaules is also in Belleville. It has a bar and, in their own words, "a badass breakfast".

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This hostel occupies three historic buildings close to Saint Paul metro station, just a stones throw away from Rue de Rivoli (one of the main shopping streets in Paris) and a short walk to Place des Vosges, where Victor Hugo's house is. If you are on a budget but you would still like to be in the heart of Paris, this is the place for you.

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St Christopher's Inn Gare du Nord

Conveniently located next to Gare du Nord station, from where Thalys and Eurostar trains leave, this is a short walk from the main attractions in Montmartre. The hostel is huge, with a great bar, a chillout room and a waterfront terrace. Their “POD” beds offer privacy even when you sleep in a dorm.

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Generator Paris

One of the biggest hostels in Paris. We know Paris has more than enough stuff to keep you busy, but there is a lot to do inside this hostel as well. With their café, club and chillout areas, you are sure to meet fellow travelers.

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Young and Happy hostel

Cheap and well located hostel.

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Oops Hostel

This designer hostel is known to be one of the best in Paris, all rooms have their own bathroom.

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Le Village

Just 10 minutes away from Sacre Coeur, this hostel has an ideal location for those interested in exploring Montmartre. Their terrace has views to the Basilica and a fully equipped kitchen.

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Plug-Inn Hostel

This boutique hostel does everything to make your life easier while in Paris. They have hairdryers in every room (handy in the winter!), shower facilities for early arrivals and  their own shuttle service to the airport.

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Le Regent

How about having a room with a view to the Sacre Coeur? You get it at Le Regent, which also offers a guest kitchen, free breakfast, lockers and computers.

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Smart Place Hostel

Gare du Nord Another option 200m away from Gare du Nord. Clean, fun and affordable.

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