This hostel is super fancy. They recently renovated it and it's amazing. The price is a bit high, but you're staying in Paris so what can you expect. It is located in a neighbourhood that locals hang out, so it's nice to get away from all the touristy areas. But it's also a close walk to the Eiffel Tower! The breakfasts they offer are superb! I would also recommend going on a walking tour (the culture fish one) . There are pamphlets for that at the front counter .
I was upgraded to a private room at no additional charge and this hostel is very clean. It's almost like staying at a hotel! The directions on the booking aren't very clear. So try to google map it before arriving, ( I came from the airport and got lost). The atmosphere was amazing. They had an 'all-you-can-eat' pasta one night and then a free champagne another night. It's very easy to meet people and party with them. Margaux took us bar/club hopping and then to cap d'ail. She was amazing!
The hostel itself is beautiful. A lot of natural sunlight and open space to lounge and meet people. There is also a pool/fountain that is a great spot to just cool off from the heat. The staff were very nice and friendly! Even during Ramadan they were super helpful. As soon as I checked in, I was given a map and shown all the places to check out in Marrakech. The instructions to the hostel are pretty straight-forward as well, which can be daunting at first since its so busy in the square.
It was great that they had so much to offer. Many activities (camel ride, moroccan cooking lessons, etc) and even make a homemade dinner for you for a good price! Breakfast is offered as well so that works out very well as a traveller. There is a lot of space to meet people but also have your own quiet time. I really enjoyed the rooftop!