In this post, we list the many options in Paris for storing your luggage from locker storage at airports and train stations to the growing trend in shared economy "Airbnb-style" storage.
LUGGAGE STORAGE IN PARIS (THE AIRBNB METHOD)
Stasher (formerly CityStasher)
Stasher and its competitors below employ a system similar to Airbnb in which you simply pay a fee to leave your bags with a certified location nearest you.
Now, instead of relying on lockers in inconvenient places, or overpriced luggage storage facilities, you can now drop off your bags at a wide range of shops and restaurants around the city!
All include €750 per bag insurance coverage for lost or damaged items. Each bag gets a tamperproof seal.
The best thing about Stasher is their pricing, just €6 per bag for the whole day and €5 each additional day.
Cancel anytime and get a full refund. They have 24-hour customer service.
Holders of the Paris Pass, a tourist attraction discount pass, get a 15% discount.
Click here for more information.
There are several other companies offering a similar service.
Some have a few side benefits that are worth noting below. Some might offer more convenient locations for you than Stasher.
Vertoe is an on-demand short-term storage service provider. With 500+ locations worldwide, Vertoe is now available in Paris!
Vertoe is currently active at more than 15 locations in Paris near major landmarks like the Louvre, Eifel Tower, Notre Dame, and L'arc de Triumphe.
They also have locations in most major train stations.
Many of their locations are open 24/7 for extended convenience.
Vertoe offers excellent rates in Paris with a starting online price of €5.95 per day per item.
Group bookings receive additional discounts making this service even more affordable.
Click here to learn more and make a reservation.
This company is quickly becoming one of the bigger names in luggage storage around the world, and they currently offer some of the best rates for their service.
There are over 100 Bounce storage locations in Paris, which should make it pretty easy to find a place where you can drop off your bags.
Prices start at just €5 per bag per day.
As if their prices weren't already reasonable, you can also use promo code FREETOURSBYFOOT to save an extra 5% off your bill.
Bounce offers up to $10,000 of insurance for your luggage, so you can rely on them to keep your belongings safe and secure. They also provide 24/7 customer support for any questions or issues you may have.
Nannybag can be found all over Europe and has dozens of convenient locations throughout Paris.
Each bag is covered by an insurance of €1500 per bag.
Their prices are quite good, €6 per bag for the first 24 hours; €4 per bag for each additional day.
Reservations and payments are made through their website and there is no fee for canceling as long as your reservation time has not started.
If you have any issues, you can reach their customer service from 9 am to 7 pm (9:00-19:00).
Click here to learn more and make a reservation.
Radical Storage has a lot of different storage sites that they call "Angels."
These Angels can be found at a variety of different locations such as hotels, restaurants, or other small businesses.
Some of the most notable locations in Paris are at the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, Moulin Rouge and others.
Currently they charge €5 per item, per day, and they offer a guaranteed 3-minute check-in process. You have to book your storage spot online before you arriver, and reservations are non-refundable.
Click here to make a reservation.
Charles de Gaulle Airport
Left Luggage facilities at CDG Airport are managed by a private company, Bagages du Monde. They are located in Terminal 2 - Gare TGV - Level 4 (opposite the Sheraton Hotel).
Their rates are a bit higher than the companies listed above so you may want to look into those options before leaving your bags with them.
- Hours. 6:00-21:30 daily
- 0 to 6h = €6
- 0 to 12h = €10
- 24h = €15
Prices are per hand luggage. All items are subject to security checks, including X-ray screening and random hand searches.
Please note, for security reasons there are no lockers for storing luggage at the airport. For details, please visit their website.
TIP: Check out our post on How to get to Charles de Gaulle Airport.
TIP: For budget travelers, it is worth considering purchasing a tourist pass. Tourist passes help you save up to 50% off of the retail prices of attractions by bundling several together.
To learn more, check out our post comparing the different Paris Tourist Attraction Passes.
There are lockers in facilities at a few of the large Paris train stations, but with the options above priced so inexpensively, you may want to try one of those companies.
Gare de l'Est Level 1, Hall Central opposite toilets - from 6 am to 11:45 pm daily (including public holidays).
Gare de Lyon Hall 3, exit for rue de Bercy – 6:15 am to 10 pm daily (including public holidays).
Gare Montparnasse Level +1, 7 am to 11 pm daily (including public holidays).
Gare du Nord Level -1, next to car rentals, on the taxi exit - from 6:15 am to 11:15 pm (including public holidays).
Gare Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy Level +1 – 7 am to 10 pm daily (including public holidays).
TIP: You may find our post "How to navigate Paris with Public Transport" helpful.
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