Yves Robert hostel will give you a taste of how accommodation can be green and sustainable. Not far from the Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est, the Youth Hostel is located in the heart of a new eco-friendly district, a model in sustainable development!

Located in an old warehouse of a French railway company, refurbished and transformed into a solar power station (photovoltaic panels on the roof provide the energy needed), the wood-fronted Yves Robert hostel opens onto a unique green area; mixing a covered garden, trees and ponds with aquatic plants. A complete haven from the busyness of Paris! The hostel hosts a theatre, a bar area, a restaurant - overlooking the garden. The complex is designed to foster shared experiences and friendly moments. At the heart of the City of Light, this lively place will seduce you with its modern look, green outlook and its location at the crossroads of Europe.

A few subway stops away are the main places of Parisian life, from Montmartre and the Sacré-Coeur to the Canal Saint-Martin. Discover Paris - from the sky at the top of the Eiffel Tower and the Boulevard Haussmann and its department stores, the Opera Garnier, the Tuileries gardens linking the famous Louvre Pyramid to the Place de la Concorde.

What travellers think

Best for

  • Sightseeing
  • Socialising
  • Culture
  • Eco-tourism

Green rating

88%

Reviews

I did not like the shower. I had to push the bouton continually to get water. It stops too fast and we do not have time to rinse our self thoroughly. When we walk all day long to visit as many places as we can, we are exhausted in the evening and would enjoy a very good hot shower to relax us. I wish you would extend the flow of water a little longer so that we enjoy our shower fully.

93%

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Marguerite,

Tue 09 Feb 2016

Travel tips...

Attraction tip

Blick auf Paris bei Sonnenuntergang von der Sacre Coeur aus,

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Annalena,

Wed 07 Jan 2015

Nightlife & entertainment tip

It is not safe at night around the hostel.

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Shota,

Fri 27 Mar 2015