Le Regent Hostel

37 boulevard de Rochechouart, Paris, Île-de-France, 75009, France | Hostel
Prices starting from $46.00

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Arc De Triomphe

A travel blog entry by start_a_blog on Jul 24, 2014

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Day 4

Arc De Triomphe:

I slept in this morning and was up till 10:00am. By then half the day was almost gone so I decided to visit the Arc De Triomphe. I got ready and left the hostel, I caught a taxi from the front door and asked him to take me to a nice restaurant that isnt super expensive. The taxi pulled up at Bouillon …

Arriving in Kuala Lumpur - Paris

A travel blog entry by start_a_blog on Oct 03, 2014

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Day 1

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Magnificent. Went to the Bastille Day parade today......magnificent. Sacre coeur this pm Fireworks tonight. Few Internet issues so just short to see if this works

Living the French Life

A travel blog entry by lauree.crane


... rowed across the pond while a third was videotaping….still not really sure what all that was about but we were amused to say the least. The Arc de Triumph was gorgeous and we had fun drooling over all the fancy shop windows on the way to it! Haha.

For lunch that day we went to another fairly traditional restaurant. Alissa and her father got a dish that literally translated over to "French Big Mac" and that is exactly what it was. It was a ...

Annie's Day of Fun

A travel blog entry by lcfinn


... we did have a coffee and hot chocolate at a nearby café.

By that time it was late in the afternoon and we made our way back into the heart of Paris to the Champs-Elysées. We walked down toward the place de la Concorde (but gave up before we got there determining that we both had seen it and we were running late for dinner). The real treat to the walk was our stop at Ladurée where we bought macarons which ...

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This hostel, located in the Opéra area of Paris, is near Sacred Heart Basilica of Montmartre (Sacre-Coeur), Place du Tertre, Chez Michou, and Place des Abbesses.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Regent Hostel Paris

    Reviewed by lupah

    Nice location, rooms ok

    Reviewed Jul 15, 2013
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    The hostel was nice but could use lots of improvements like working lights, more showers and bathrooms, and cleaner facilities. Overall it was a good location and I would most likely stay here again.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by mariposita21

    Unforgettable days in Paris

    Reviewed Jun 29, 2013
    by (1 review) , Argentina Flag of Argentina

    I highly recommend the hostel because of its location! Right in the centre of Montmartre!..the cosiest and most artistic place in Paris, only a few blocks from the Sacre Coeur cathedral. the double private room is nice but rathr small...so if you are expecting a big room, you should know that. The toilet and shower are shared but the service is great. The people at the reception desk are always willing to help you and they speak English, Spanish and of course, French. Breakfast is always very complete and nice. I spent very happy days there!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Le Regent Hostel Paris

    Just what I was looking for!


    I chose the Regent because I have stayed in dozens of dorm rooms at hostels while traveling, and, living in dusty West Africa as I am, I wanted for once my own private, clean room that I wouldn't be locked out of all afternoon, but still something affordable. I am used to being dirty and hot and eating poor quality food, but my american standards are still high! This place proved to be the perfect budget alternative for me.

    My experience was OK


    I felt that, for the price, this hotel was acceptable. The double room we had was clean, and had an ensuite bathroom with shower (with a broken shower door), sink and toilet. There was enough room for me and my partner to live comfortably enough, and there was also a large window opening out onto a balcony. Our room was at the back of the hotel, so we didn't have a view of the Sacre Coeur. At night, and well into the early morning, the streets around the hotel are noisy, with traffic and people shouting until past dawn. So if you're a light sleeper, or expecing some peace and quiet, it's probably not the hotel for you. This is a fairly busy area, quite close to Pigalle, with a number of shops nearby, including a cash machine, pharmacy, coffee shops and small supermarkets.

    Not a safe place what-so-ever


    I came to this hotel as a student traveling in Europe. I am a female and I was not traveling alone. Two friends of mine were staying in a hotel close to this one. I chose this hotel for one reason: it was close to the hotel my friends were in. I couldn't get a room at their place, because it was booked.

    I thought it was alright actually...


    Having read some of the reviews on here, I got a bit worried about my pending stay in this hotel. But I thought it was absolutely fine so maybe I just have low standards?! The hotel is very well situated - you can walk from the Gare du Nord and there is a metro station about 200 yards away. The room was small but clean with big windows which opened out onto the street below (weren't lucky enough to get one that overlooked the Sacre Coeur!). The bathroom was large and, again, clean. I only had breakfast on the one morning and was included in the price of my stay. It was fine - cereal, toast, croissants etc - unless you're expecting a full fry up.

    Adequate Cheap Hotel, Ill-tempered staff


    Le Regent offered me a clean room of my own, with new sheets and towels daily. My experience with the breakfasts was quite good--though they charge an arm and a leg (6 Euros). This was worlds better than your average youth hostel, but that's where the good time ends. As of Feb. 2005, Le Regent is still under renovations. I had to endure the smell of paint and walk over splattered cardboard and drop-cloths to get to the one freezing bathroom nearest my room. The shower, though thankfully warm, was a mere dribble of water from a broken showerhead and I got cleaner using the sink in my room (which was good).

    Enjoyable stay.


    This was our first hotel in our first visit to Paris during December holidays. Worried because some of the reviews were less than flattering, we were pleasantly surprised. Nice room on 2nd floor with balcony view, clean, brand-new bathroom. Plenty of hot water. Close to food markets, Metro (Anvers), pharmacies (an unexpected benefit), McDonald's and the Sacre Coeur. Staff was generally helpful and attentive. Good deal for the price.

    View from room 603


    was just fantastic,we had booked a room with a view of the sacre cour and we got just that,room 603 we feel was the best,clean,warm,not to small,quite,lift to room as it was on the 6th floor.

    Terrible place


    There must be hundreds of hotel of a similar price in Paris that are better than this ghastly establishment.

    Worst hotel ever!


    My sister & I stayed there for one night in August 2002. Thank goodness it was only one night! We had booked a twin-bedded room (via the Busabout accommodation booking website) but our room had a tiny double bed. We showed them our booking print-out, stating twin beds, but were told "that's all we have". Of course they'd made us pay before we'd seen the room! The hotel only had one shower, which was disgustingly mouldy and was broken anyway! Luckily there was a wash-basin in our room. The hotel only had one toilet! The carpets were stained (probably from when the shower still worked), the wallpaper was peeling and there were holes in the walls in our room. We didn't feel secure in our room as the door and lock seemed flimsy. This was the first night of our month travelling around Europe and thankfully the accommodation only got better! I can only hope the Regent has had an upgrade since our visit.

    Nice enough reasonably priced hotel with great views


    This was not a bad hotel. Some renovation has been going on, but unfortunately had not made it to our room; that said the room was perfectly OK, and everyone was helpful.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Le Regent Hostel Paris

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good