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Cheap hotels in Paris: From Disneyland Paris to near the Eiffel Tower

Cheap hotels in Paris: From Disneyland Paris to near the Eiffel Tower

Paris: so much to see, do, eat, shop, admire and ogle, so why bother splurging on an expensive bed for the night when you’re hardly going to be there? Before you go roughing it, remember that Paris demands a certain level of style – it’s the home of fashion, romance and fine cuisine, after all.

Enter, then, a host of fantastic hotels, hostels and even a campsite where it’s possible to find a chic abode without splashing too much cash.

The best hotels in Paris are:

Neighbourhood: St Blaise

The Starck-designed hotel is the ideal launchpad to explore the hip Belleville district

(Mama Shelter)

Mama Shelter started the trend for design on a budget when it opened in 2009. Having extended across France and beyond in the past decade, with hotels in Rio, Los Angeles and Belgrade, its style-on-a-budget brand has gained fans worldwide. Their Paris East hotel, close to the Pere Lachaise cemetery and the hip Belleville district, is the original and was designed by Philippe Starck. It’s since been joined by a further two Paris locations (see below).

The top French designer’s quirky vibe runs throughout the 170 bedrooms, which are small and cocoon-like with black and grey decor, as well as the laidback restaurant, where you can listen to live music while you dine Sundays.

Price: Doubles from €111 (£92)

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Neighbourhood: Bourse-Sentier

Jacques Bar is ideal for an early evening cocktail

(Hoxton Paris)

Following on from its success in London, the Hoxton opened in Paris in the summer of 2017 and has quickly become the place to see and be seen, whether…

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