Young & Happy

80 rue Mouffetard, Paris, Frankreich, Entfernung zum Stadtzentrum: 3km

Bewertung: 79%von 25 Bewertungen

  • 82%Atmosphäre
  • 94%Mitarbeiter
  • 79%Sicherheit
  • 67%Sauberkeit
  • 92%Ort
  • 75%Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
  • 66%Einrichtungen
Young & Happy Hostel is located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, known worldwide for its student life in the numerous cafés, bars and restaurants, parks and galleries.

Its central situation means you're never far from the most famous sights, such as Notre Dame Cathedral and more.

Breakfast, served from 8 to 9:30am, is included.

We have Wi-Fi and Internet at a rate of €1 for 30 minutes, €2 for 1hr, €3 for 2hrs.

Please note that we don't accept guests under the age of 18 without an adult companion.
Preise beziehen sich pro Person pro Nacht.

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Hostels Ausstattungen & Richtlinien

  • 24 Stunden Rezeption
  • 24 Stunden Sicherheitsdienst
  • Altersbegrenzung
  • Bar
  • Brettspiele
  • Büchertausch
  • Frühstück inklusive
  • Kabelfernsehen
  • Gemeinschaftsraum
  • Zahlung per Kreditkarte möglich
  • DVDs
  • Kostenlose Stadtpläne
  • Kostenloses WLAN
  • Fußball
  • Warmwasser-Duschen
  • Reinigung
  • Internet-Zugang
  • Zugang per Schlüsselkarte
  • Küche
  • Waschmöglichkeiten
  • Bettwäsche im Preis inbegriffen
  • Schließfächer
  • Sperrstunde
  • Gepäckraum
  • Kein Rezeptionsschluss
  • Nichtraucher
  • Steuern enthalten
  • Zubereitungsmöglichkeiten für Tee / Kaffee
  • Handtücher zum Ausleihen
  • Waschmaschine

Reiserücktrittsversicherung

Diese Unterkunft hat eine 2 Tage Stornierungsfrist. Ergeht innerhalb dieser Zeit keine Stornierung, wird eine Stornogebühr in Höhe der ersten Nacht des Aufenthalts in Rechnung gestellt.

Hostel Informationen, die man gelesen haben muss

Diese Unterkunft hat besondere AGBs.

Rooms are closed from 11am to 4pm daily, so we can clean them.
Check in: any time. Rooms will be available at 4pm. If you arrive early you can store your things in our free locked luggage room until your room is ready.
Check out: 11am. We hope you enjoyed your stay with us in the Latin Quarter!
We provide linen for a €5 refundable deposit.
Towel rental €1.
Photo ID is required at check-in; we accept passports and European ID.
We have a 48hr cancellation policy. Late cancellations and no-shows shall be charged the equivalent of the first night’s accommodation. Cancellations and changes must be made by email.
Breakfast is included and is from 8am to 9:30am.

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About the Paris Metro:

The Paris Metro is a rapid public transportation system offering 16 lines, numbered 1 to 14, including the minor lines 3bis and 7bis. It is easy to use by identifying on the map which color or number line the stop you are trying to get to is on, and noting which stations to transfer at.

The direction to take the subway in is always the last stop of the line in the direction of your destination.

The subway is quite safe, convenient (metro stops are close together, so you never have to walk too far), very frequent (usually between 1-5 minute waits, except for later at night), and runs between approximately 5.30 AM and 12.45 PM, however, this varies between metro stations.

Though the Metro is what you’ll generally need to get around Paris, there are also bigger trains that run towards the suburbs and Charles de Gaulle airport, called the RER, lines A, B, C, D, and E; tramways that travel along the peripheries of Paris, lines 1, 2, 3a, 3b, 5, and 7, and a multitude of bus lines.

Buying a ticket is simple: either buy them directly from the machine if you have change (highly recommended as it can save you a headache) or a credit or debit card with a chip. Otherwise, some stations take bills, and most have a teller that can assist you or sell you tickets.

In terms of fare, for a single ride on the Metro, a “Ticket t+” costs €1,70 or a book of 10 for €13.20. You might want to purchase a special pass for 1, 2, 3, or 5 days that allows unlimited access to the Metro. These start at €10 (reduced fare for children). You can also buy a weekly pass, but be aware that it runs from Monday to Monday, not a week from when you buy it (same goes for a monthly, which starts on the 1st and ends on the last day of the month).

Leaving the Metro, you will find that there are sometimes several exits with neighboring street or monument names, some may be closer to your final destination. It might be useful to know which exit to take, but they are all relatively close, so it isn’t a big deal if you aren’t sure.

The hostel is easily accessible from Metro line 7 (pink line).

From Metro line 7:

Exit the Metro at Place Monge. When you get off the Metro look up for the blue signs and look for Sortie 1, pl. Monge, you will see the symbol for escalators. Upon exiting the Metro turn right and go around the small square. You should be facing a huge building with your back to a major street. On the right of that building you will find Rue Ortolan where your will take a left. Walk to the end of Rue Ortolan and make a left onto the Rue Mouffetard. Walk down to number 80 on the right side of the street. You’re here!

From CDG – Aéroport Charles De Gaulle Airport:

Take the train called RER B in the direction “Saint Rémy les Chevreuse” or “Robinson”. Get off at the station called Chatelet-les Halles. From there, take Metro line 7 in the direction of “Villejuif/ Marie d’Ivry”for 4 stops to Place Monge station. Exit the Metro at Place Monge. When you get off the Metro look up for the blue signs and look for Sortie 1, pl. Monge, you will see the symbol for escalators. Upon exiting the Metro turn right and go around the small square. You should be facing a huge building with your back to a major street. On the right of that building you will find Rue Ortolan where your will take a left. Walk to the end of Rue Ortolan and make a left onto the Rue Mouffetard. Walk down to number 80 on the right side of the street. You’re here!

From ORLY Aiport :

Take the Orlybus shuttle to the station named “DenfertRochereau”. There, take metro line 6 in the direction of “Nation” for 4 stops to Place d’Italie. Here, take Metro line 7 for 3 stops in the direction of “La Courneuve” to Place Monge station. Exit the Metro at Place Monge. When you get off the Metro look up for the blue signs and look for Sortie 1, pl. Monge, you will see the symbol for escalators. Upon exiting the Metro turn right and go around the small square. You should be facing a huge building with your back to a major street. On the right of that building you will find Rue Ortolan where your will take a left. Walk to the end of Rue Ortolan and make a left onto the Rue Mouffetard. Walk down to number 80 on the right side of the street. You’re here!

From Porte Maillot:

Find Metro line 1 (follow the crowd, short walk). Hop on Metro line 1 in the direction of Chateau de Vincennes and go 10 stops to Chatelet-Les Halles. From there, take Metro line 7 in the direction of “Villejuif/ Marie d’Ivry” for 4 stops to Place Monge station. Exit the Metro at Place Monge. When you get off the Metro look up for the blue signs and look for Sortie 1, pl. Monge, you will see the symbol for escalators. Upon exiting the Metro turn right and go around the small square. You should be facing a huge building with your back to a major street. On the right of that building you will find Rue Ortolan where your will take a left. Walk to the end of Rue Ortolan and make a left onto the Rue Mouffetard. Walk down to number 80 on the right side of the street. You’re here!

From Gare du Nord:

Take Metro line 4 in the direction 'Porte d'Orleans' 1 stop to Gare de l'Est. Then take Metro line 7 in the direction of 'Villejuif / Mairied'Ivry' 13 stops to ' Place Monge'. Exit the Metro at Place Monge. When you get off the Metro look up for the blue signs and look for Sortie 1, pl. Monge, you will see the symbol for escalators. Upon exiting the Metro turn right and go around the small square. You should be facing a huge building with your back to a major street. On the right of that building you will find Rue Ortolan where your will take a left. Walk to the end of Rue Ortolan and make a left onto the Rue Mouffetard. Walk down to number 80 on the right side of the street. You’re here!

From Gare Montparnasse:

Take Metro line 6 in the direction of “Nation” 7 stops to Place d’Italie. Here, switch to line 7 in the direction of “La Courneuve” for 3 stops to Place Monge station. Exit the Metro at Place Monge. When you get off the Metro look up for the blue signs and look for Sortie 1, pl. Monge, you will see the symbol for escalators. Upon exiting the Metro turn right and go around the small square. You should be facing a huge building with your back to a major street. On the right of that building you will find Rue Ortolan where your will take a left. Walk to the end of Rue Ortolan and make a left onto the Rue Mouffetard. Walk down to number 80 on the right side of the street. You’re here!

From Gare de Lyon :

At Gare de Lyon, take Metro line 1 in the direction of La Défense 4 stops to Chatelet. Here, change to line 7, in the direction of “Villejuif/ Marie d’Ivry” for 4 stops to Place Monge. Exit the Metro at Place Monge. When you get off the Metro look up for the blue signs and look for Sortie 1, pl. Monge, you will see the symbol for escalators. Upon exiting the Metro turn right and go around the small square. You should be facing a huge building with your back to a major street. On the right of that building you will find Rue Ortolan where your will take a left. Walk to the end of Rue Ortolan and make a left onto the Rue Mouffetard. Walk down to number 80 on the right side of the street. You’re here!

From GareD’Austerlitz :

Take Metro line 10 for 1 stop to “Jussieu”. Switch to Metro line 7 and take it in the direction of “Villejuif/ Marie d’Ivry” for 1 stop to Place Monge. Exit the Metro at Place Monge. When you get off the Metro look up for the blue signs and look for Sortie 1, pl. Monge, you will see the symbol for escalators. Upon exiting the Metro turn right and go around the small square. You should be facing a huge building with your back to a major street. On the right of that building you will find Rue Ortolan where your will take a left. Walk to the end of Rue Ortolan and make a left onto the Rue Mouffetard. Walk down to number 80 on the right side of the street. You’re here!

From Gare de l’Est :

Take Metro line 7 for 13 stops in the direction of “Villejuif/ Marie d’Ivry” to Place Monge. Exit the Metro at Place Monge. When you get off the Metro look up for the blue signs and look for Sortie 1, pl. Monge, you will see the symbol for escalators. Upon exiting the Metro turn right and go around the small square. You should be facing a huge building with your back to a major street. On the right of that building you will find Rue Ortolan where your will take a left. Walk to the end of Rue Ortolan and make a left onto the Rue Mouffetard. Walk down to number 80 on the right side of the street. You’re here!