Generator Paris

Perfect for those who love to travel with a group of friends, Generator Paris is a design-led hostel in the Canal Saint-Martin neighborhood, the 10th arrondissement. While the common areas feature a modern, fresh decor with industrial accents, the rooms have a simple, welcoming design with clean lines and bright walls. Apart from the shared rooms, you can also book a private suite with a terrace or a deluxe twin room. There’s a rooftop bar, a café that overlooks the garden, free Wi-Fi, and easy access to the center of the city.

Generator Paris

  • 9 Place du Colonel Fabien, 75010 Paris, France

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