To find family Hotels in Paris under 100€ that are suitable for a group of 3 or 4, or let along for a family of 5, thats a challenge. For real. Especially if you consider that the average rate for a single room in Paris is 172€. It’s not surprising, Paris is one of the most expensive destinations in the world after all. But don’t bury your plans just yet! I found 10 Hotels for you and your family for under 100€ a night!
It costs me quite an effort to pay more than the bare minimum for accommodation when traveling, and I will stay way under budget whenever possible. However, I do try to find hotels in safe and central areas, with extra services like breakfast or free wifi. Hence, I know how difficult finding a good and cheap place to stay with your family can be if you are a stranger to the city.
I live in Paris since more than a decade (jeez..) and know most of Paris’ districts. With the background knowledge of a local, the expectation of a budget traveler and the perspective of a Mom, I did some research. Et voilà, I found you the best Family Hotels in Paris under 100€.
The 10 best family friendly hotels in Paris for less than 100€ – and 3 beds minimum!
To be fair and as a disclaimer, you won’t sleep in Hotel Hilton and the rooms are not coming with a view on the Eiffel Tower. It’s basic accommodation with (mostly) private bathrooms, in areas that I would stay in with my family without hesitation – unless said otherwise, but then the Hotel has a killer argument that might be strong enough to shift priorities 🙂
Perfect Hotel & Hostel – a family friendly hostel in Paris, not far from Montmartre
The location within the 9th arrondissement is a quiet and save area. A typical Parisian neighbourhood with bakeries, french and international restaurants, and some cafés. Montmartre and Sacre Coeur are only 7min by feet away, a little playground is 5 min away. It’s a family friendly Hostel as it’s a good fit for 4 people who are accepting to sleep in bunk beds, however, they don’t provide cribs and the bathrooms are shared. It’s a Hostel after all, but location is great and it comes with a free french breakfast. Click to see their availabilities
B&B Hôtel Paris Malakoff Parc des Expositions 10 min from Montparnasse
This hotel is technically not in Paris, but don’t worry, Paris is just across the street 🙂 If you are traveling with 2 children and one is under 3, you can rent a tripple room – one free crib is available. The next Metro station is 250m away and it brings you within 10 minutes to Montparnasse. Parc Georges Parc Brassens is 1km away and great for kids – playgrounds, ponies and merry-go-rounds. Around Brassens are plenty of restaurants and bars. Good to know if you a very sensitive to noise: the hotel is in spitting distance to train rails, Check their special offers here
Sully Hôtel great location in the Marais
You almost can’t stay in a more central location of Paris. The Hotel is within the Marais, 5 min by feet from Bastille and 15min from Notre Dame. It might not look like the best hotel in the world, but you won’t be disappointed by the location. The room under 100 Euro is for 3 guests and they are not offering cribs or extra beds. Many guests say the rooms are small, however, a room for 4 is just a little bit over 100, so still at a good bargain. There is no park in the near neighbourhood, but the Berges des Seine are just a 10min walk away. Click to find out if they’re still having rooms free!
Hôtel Résidence De Bruxelles sleeps 5 and close to Montmartre
This hotel is maybe the only accommodation in Paris for a family of 5 at a rate under 100€, special offers excluded. To be fair, it is not the best location, but not the worst neither. It takes 11 min by feet to Montmartre and only 5 minutes from Gare du Nord, very convenient if you coming by train. (It’s also very accessible if you are to access to from airports). The hotel has a kitchen area where you can prepare your own food, but there are although plenty of budget restaurants around. Good to know: only the common area has wifi available. Check their special offers here
CMG Bastille 3 authentic typical Parisan neighbourhood
if you want to live like a local in a typical Parisian non touristic neighbourhood and an authentic sized apartment, this is your place. Honestly, it is small, but not smaller than a hotel room whatsoever. The apartment has a modern interior and comes with TV, kitchen and free wifi. You find the famous cemetery Père Lachaise within walking distance (10min), and plenty of occasions to eat out or buy groceries. The next metro station and a playground are both 250m away. Check their availabilities now
Hotel de la Félicité quiet neighbourhood close to Parc Monceau
This Hotel in the 17th arrondissement is in a quiet neighbourhood but like almost every where in Paris, Restaurants, Bars and grocery shopping options are never far. Neither is Parc Batignolles and Parc Monceau, both are having nice playing areas for children and especially Parc Monceau is great for a picnic. You should also have a walk through Rue de Lévis, a pedestrian street full of Delis. Click to see if they are having rooms available when you’re here
Hotel Luna Park close to Canal Saint Martin
This hotel is located in a nice and authentic neighbourhood, with plenty of eateries around. The next park with playgrounds is 6min by feet away and the Canal St.Martin is within walking distance (10min) as well. The Metro ride to Louvre takes 20min. Good to know: The hotel has several floors and no lift. Check their capacities here
Hotel Eldorado a cozy hotel with garden and proximity to Sacre Coeur
One of the few hotels with a garden and a terrace. The hotel has nice rooms full of charm. It’s located in a rather calm and non-touristic neighbourhood but still very close to Place de Clichy. Parc des Batignolles is just a 10min walk away, a nice park with playgrounds, merry-go-rounds and a duck pond. Parc Monceau and Sacre Coeur aren’t far neither (20m by feet). It’s quite close to Arc de Triomphe – it takes 5 metro stops. Have a look at their special offers
Faubourg 216-224 easy accessible hotel close to Montmartre
With it’s proximity to Gare du Nord, those hotel is great for folks arriving by train – or plane, as the station serves the airports. However, this hotel is not in the best area of Paris, but it’s not the worst neither. It grants easy access to most sights and there are plenty of restaurant and bar options around. Find out their availabilities here
Hôtel Baby very central location close to theatres and restaurants of Grand Boulevard They closed very recently.. I will find another one as soon as I can 🙂
One of the few low budget hotels with air condition! Anyway, it’s in the center of Paris, very close to the Grand Boulevard with a huge variety on eateries, cinemas, theatres (well, and a few sex shops, but that shouldn’t pull you off). The next Metro station is 3min away and the location makes a great starting point to all corners of Paris. Check if they are still having free rooms
TLDR; the 10 best Hotels in Paris for families under 100€ in an overview
All accommodations below are more or less 5 min away from the closet Metro station. I also did not list places that are (in my opinion) in really too dodgy areas, except if they are having a killer argument. Please note that the prices can vary depending on demand and flexibility. City tax is not included.
|Hôtel Baby||3(+1)||6,50€||free||from 97€|
|Faubourg 216-224||3||10€||free||from 99€|
|Hotel de la Félicité||4||12€||in public areas, free||from 86€|
|Hotel Eldorado||3 (+2)||9€||free||from 99€|
|B&B Hôtel Paris Malakoff||3 (+1)||6€/3€||free||from 95€|
|Hôtel Résidence De Bruxelles||4 (+1)||n/a||in public areas, free||from 91€|
|CMG Bastille 3||4||self catered||free||from 99€|
|Perfect Hotel & Hostel||3||included||free||from 90€|
|Hotel Luna Park||4||n/a||free||from 90€|
|Sully Hotel||3||n/a||free||from 99€|
Not what you’re had in mind for your family trip to Paris?
run a search on Booking.com with your travel dates and check out the proposed hotels. Very often Hotels are offering special deals with huge reductions that grants you an upgrade to a better category without that you increase your budget.
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