Monday, 11 June 2012

Staying in a Hostel


Hostel. To some the word brings shivers down your spine after the movie Hostel came out years ago. I know I wasn't rushing to the nearest Hostel in Eastern Europe. In fact, I was staying as close to a 4 or 5 star resort I could, no matter where I traveled.

Of course, there are travelers, my sister is one of them, who has frequented hostels all over the world, and she never had any terrifying run ins with some shady auction winning, murderers. It's Hollywood people! So, what is the truth about staying in a Hostel?

Juliet Bastien clues Travelsphere readers in to what it's all about and what things you should look for before booking or stopping in to one of these establishments.
  • Investigate whether the hostel is a member of a national or international travel hostel network; this means they will have a higher degree and standard of quality control and junior status. 
  • Many hostels offer a travel desk because they understand you will have questions, need advice or perhaps suggestions for local attractions. Be sure the hostel offers 24-hour check-in, as less-expensive flights often arrive at odd hours.
Read More: Staying in a Hostel: The Facts @Knoji



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