Lonely Planet review
This 2010 hostel has several things going for it, the first of which is its central Montmartre location. The four- to five-person rooms all have their own showers, there’s a kitchen, free breakfast and the staff are even friendly (a rarity among Parisian hostels). No curfew at night.
Our independent authors have visited Plug-Inn Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Paris.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
- Free internet access
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- 24 hour security
- Tours/travel desk
- Airport transfers
- Book exchange
- Common room
- Breakfast included
- Housekeeping service
- Linen included
- Towels included
- Luggage storage
- Safe deposit box (front desk)
Description provided by property
Welcome to the only boutique hostel in Paris, where style, comfort and value all connect! This is probably the best location in Paris.
All rooms are ensuite with shower and toilet and include free sheets, towel and hair dryer; free breakfast; free tours of Paris with Sandemans; free maps and brochures and free great service. There’s free Internet in the lobby and free Wi-Fi everywhere in the building.
Reception is open 24/7, with no curfew, so you can come and go as you please. We have a luggage area and bathroom for early arrivals. This is a 100% smoke-free hostel!
We’re located in the heart of Montmartre in the trendy neighbourhood of Abbesses, surrounded by vibrant cafés and restaurants. We’re just around the corner (two minutes’ walk) from the world-renowned Moulin Rouge, and just three minutes’ walk from Sacré Coeur and its breathtaking view of Paris.
The fresh design and modern touches of our boutique hostel perfectly compliment the charm of this historic quarter.
The rest of town is accessible on foot, or with the two metro lines (2 and 12) found on our doorstep.
Gare du Nord (for the airport or international trains) is a five-minute trip away.
Get a real feel for Montmartre…the unique artist and cabaret neighbourhood. If Picasso, Van Gogh, Cocteau, Satie, Toulouse Lautrec, Renoir…and ‘Amelie’ made it their home, why not you?
Feel the splendour of bygone cabarets, bohemian cafés and artists' ateliers…..the Montmartre village area is now home to over 240 bars, cafés, bistros and pubs.
Interesting places nearby
Café des Deux Moulins
Walk up rue Lepic, which is lined with food shops, and halfway up on the left is the Café des Deux Moulins , where Amélie worked in the...
At No 11bis you’ll find the Bateau Lavoir, where Max Jacob, Amedeo Modigliani and Pablo Picasso – who painted his seminal Les...
Cave des Abbesses
Pass through the door at the back of the Cave des Abbesses wine shop and you’ll discover, no, not a storage room or a portal to another...
Founded in 1889, this unassuming bar is about as authentic as it gets in Montmartre. It specialises in quality seafood – oysters,...