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Hostels are a form of short-term, budget accommodation where backpackers and other travelers may rent a bed (usually bunk style) in a room with other guests. The number of other guests may vary from 2 to 29 in the same room. Besides the bedroom, all other facilities are also shared amongst the guests, including the bathroom, common room, and oftentimes a kitchen. Amenities are sparse and often include shared computer terminals, Wi-Fi access, a book exchange, and lockers. Popular hostel add-ons include a swimming pool, an adjoining bar/restaurant, bicycle rentals, and tour operator desks. Similar to the hotel industry, there are a number of categories that hostels use to differentiate themselves. Examples include party hostels, which feature attached bars/restaurants, and eco-hostels that pride themselves on being environmentally friendly. The star rating system is generally not applied to hostels given that they generally all offer the same, basic level of accommodation

Rooms Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Room Service
  • Satellite TV
  • Deposit box
  • HDTV
  • Free Newspaper
  • Private Bathroom
  • Free WiFi
  • Hair Dryer
  • SI Pod
  • Deposit box
  • Tea Maker


Most people that visit hostels are backpackers. There are no set criteria for determining who is a backpacker, but there are many trends. Backpackers are typically 18 to 30 years old, although they can range from 15 to 60 years old. They come from all over the world. Backpackers prefer budget accommodations and care about luxuries far less than mainstream travelers. They value flexible and independent travel plans and enjoy informal and participatory recreational activities