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Louvre Youth Hostel

20, Rue Jean Jacques Rousseau, Paris, France, Distance from city centre: 0.7km

Rating: 67% from 27 reviews

  • 62%Atmosphere
  • 68%Staff
  • 69%Security
  • 63%Cleanliness
  • 90%Location
  • 65%Value for money
  • 52%Facilities

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  • Said I would get free wifi with my booking and I would have had to pay for wifi of I wanted it when I got there. Bathrooms were very dirty. Staff is super friendly and location is great.
  • 63%
  • 03 Apr 2015 Ryan USA
  • Do not waste your time and money reserving this hostel! They try to overbook the hostel (to accommodate for last minute cancellations). What it means for you is that you have a high likelihood of not getting a room when you show up at the hostel. In my case, I reached the hostel late in the night when they told me "Sorry, we don't have a room for you." They offered me a room in their sister hostel which was 20 minutes away and could be reached after changing metro lines.
  • 20%
  • 15 Mar 2015 Anonymous India
  • The staff and location were wonderful, but I had to change my own sheets, there were no outlets in the rooms, and lockers and Wi-Fi cost extra.
  • 77%
  • 01 Jan 2015 Anonymous Sweden
  • Very basic accomodations. No security whatsoever. Anyone can walk right in off the street and up to your bed. No lockers. Cold showers. Cash only, eventhough you book with a credit card.
  • 49%
  • 28 Dec 2014 Anonymous USA
  • the hostel was perfectly fine and much better as i expected! the rooms were clean (no bed bugs),and also the bathrooms were fine (the people who say they are really dirty must have luxourious standards).staff was always friendly and helpful!they even gave us small chocolates on christmas day :) breakfast was really good as well! i slept in a 10-person room, which was okay.the only thing that wasn't good,was that theres only one plug for 10 people! the last night i had the whole room to myself :)
  • 80%
  • 21 Dec 2014 Yasmin Germany
  • Basically, you get what you pay for. When I arrived the person at the desk was very vague on what the process was. They don't accept credit cards-only cash. Once you pay and fill In a little check in card, they hand you a hotel-like key card and tell you to show them the card everytime you leave and enter the hostel. They also give you an actually key to your room #. Wifi is not free! I was very disappointed with this one. Rooms are fine but the showers + toilets are disgusting! Good breakfast.
  • 51%
  • 30 Sep 2014 Anonymous USA
  • Like previous people said, it has the basics, which I was satisfied with. The location is absolutely competitive. Breakfast was great in my opinion, you can get a variety of food. Heard that the price is good given its location.
  • 80%
  • 26 Sep 2014 Anonymous China
  • No wifi included, wifi does not reach all floors. NO elevators!
  • 60%
  • 12 Aug 2014 Anonymous Brazil
  • The location is really fatastic, and the staff are very nice, good breakfast, absolutely far more beyond what you pay...would strongly recommend it!
  • 86%
  • 11 Aug 2014 Anonymous China
  • Except for the location, it is THE WORST! no matter how many people are in your room, there are only one power outlet in each room. And NO WIFI (it is an extra charge, 3euros for 2 hours) also NO LIFT! From my experience, staffs are not so nice. I asked to change the lightbulb that was out and the answer I got were "It takes up to 48hours" and "It's not a hotel.".. was I asking to serve the breakfast to my bed or something? Jesus christ. I would never return to this hostel ever.
  • 51%
  • 14 Jul 2014 Anonymous South Korea
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