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The French capital might come across as glamorous and expensive, but there are actually some great affordable hotels in Paris. The city has accommodation options for all budgets and there are some real gems that are both attractive and budget-friendly. From cozy hotels in the historic center to hip hangouts in local neighborhoods, here is our rundown of top stylish Paris hotels that cost less than €200 per night.

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Hotel Leopold

This reasonably-priced boutique hotel is found between Montparnasse, the Luxembourg Gardens, and the Latin Quarter. Rooms are decorated in muted greens and blues complemented by vintage-style floral headboards and sections of wallpaper. It has some triple rooms and a family room that sleeps five, making it a great stylish hotel in Paris for families. In addition to the classic gems of the 5th and 6th district, it’s within walking distance of the historic Montparnasse Cemetery, the Catacombs, and the fantastic Rue Daguerre market street.

Book Hotel Leopold on Expedia or | WA | 14th Arrondissement

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Hotel Caron Le Marais

Located on a tiny side street close to Place des Vosges, this charming 3-star hotel is a steal for its central location in the Marais. With only 18 rooms, it has a welcoming feel and friendly staff. Rooms are a tad on the small size, but they have an inviting decor of leafy prints in green, burgundy, or mauve. The size doesn’t really matter – you won’t be spending much time in your room because you’ll be spending all your time in the area’s amazing shops, museums, restaurants, and bars.

Book Hotel Caron Le Marais on Expedia or | WA | 4th Arrondissement

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Hotel La Nouvelle République & Spa

This great value, design-minded hotel is found in the hip 11th district, at the edge of the Marais and near the Canal St-Martin. It has an urban chic feel with mid-century furniture, velour cushions, and cool artwork on the walls. With solo rooms, it’s an excellent hotel in Paris for single travelers. Leaving the hotel, you can peruse the district’s fantastic independent shops or hang out with cool Parisians at its many contemporary cafés and restaurants.

Book Hotel La Nouvelle République & Spa on Expedia or | 11th Arrondissement

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Rose Bourbon

This reasonably priced hotel with an Art-Deco feel is nestled in a local area not far from the Eiffel Tower. Each of the hotel’s 39 rooms is individually decorated and may have funky black and white striped walls, oblong-shaped mirrors, or vintage telephones. A few rooms have balconies or terraces and there are some connecting rooms, a plus for families. A real living neighborhood, you can enjoy the buzzing Charles Michel area, the Parc André Citroen… and the Eiffel Tower, without having to be surrounded by its crowds.

Book Rose Bourbon on Expedia or | WA | 15th Arrondissement

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This cool boutique hotel in the Belleville area is definitely among the top stylish Paris hotels that cost less than €200 per night. Cleverly evoking the Tower of Babel, with detailed scenes drawn in Indian ink around the hotel, rooms are in soothing earth tones and have plush headboards, unique ceramic lamps, and design items. You can enjoy an excellent meal at its restaurant blending the cosmopolitan flavors of this diverse neighborhood or hop around to the great array of local hangouts found around the hotel.

Book Babel on Expedia or | WA | 20th Arrondissement

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Idol Hotel

Conveniently located near the Saint-Lazare Train Station, this original hotel is inspired by groovy and funk music from the 1960s to 80s. It’s like you’re traveling back in time thanks to its electric guitars, oh-so-seventies orange design objects, and walls in purple, orange, and aquamarine… with plenty of gold thrown into the mix. Somehow it all works – and is wonderfully stylish. The area has handy métro links or you can easily walk to the Opera district, the pretty Parc Monceau, and the more local Les Batignolles neighborhood.

Book Idol Hotel on Expedia or | 8th Arrondissement

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Hotel La Manufacture

You’ll be far removed from the tourist masses, but still close to plenty of cool places, by staying at this excellent value hotel in the 13th district. The boutique hotel has some more classically decorated rooms with Paris sites on the curtains, but deluxe rooms and suites have a more contemporary look as well as views over the rooftops of Paris, Eiffel Tower, and Montmartre. You might not even need to go to those sites after you’ve fallen in love with the local area around the hotel, especially the charming former village of la Butte-aux-Cailles.

Book Hotel La Manufacture on Expedia or | 13th Arrondissement

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Hotel Basss 

You might not think that the popular tourist area of Montmartre could have stylish Paris hotels that cost less than €200 per night, but it does! And this fun hotel sitting right on rue des Abbesses fits the bill perfectly. Its compact rooms have a clean look with design features like graphic tiles, geometric headboards, and industrial materials. They also have single rooms, making it another great hotel in Paris for solo travelers. Stepping out the door, you’ll be in the heart of the Abbesses, the more local area of Montmartre, filled with buzzing cafés and boutiques while also being a short stroll away from Sacré-Coeur.

Book Hotel Basss on Expedia or | WA | 18th Arrondissement

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MOB HOTEL Paris Les Puces 

Okay, this hotel is not actually IN Paris, but it’s just at the edge of the city and it has plenty of advantages to entice you to stay here. Found in the Marché Aux Puces de Saint-Ouen, Paris’s famous flea market, the hip and eco-friendly hotel hosts cool events that attract Parisians. It also has a serious environmental and ethical ethos, using only sustainable, organic products at the hotel and its restaurant which uses only locally sourced ingredients, some from the hotel’s own garden. Its fun rooms are eclectically decorated with items collected from the flea market, which you’ll also have fun exploring during your stay. 

Book MOB HOTEL Paris Les Puces on Expedia or | WA | Saint-Ouen

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Lily Heise

A long-time Paris resident, Lily Heise is a travel writer whose work has been in Condé Nast Traveler, Huff Post, Fodor’s, AFAR, and Frommer’s, among others. When she’s not uncovering the city’s best secrets, she can be found on a Parisian café terrasse or traveling the globe.

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