Hostels

If you want to experience new kind of hospitality, meet people from all over the world, make friends and learn new cultures, then a hostel is where you want to be for your next trip. Hostels are a less expensive accommodation choice than hotels, and even modern hostels offer you breakfast, wifi, hairdryers, bedside reading lights, blackout drapes, air conditioning and some offer as much luxury as you find in a hotel.

Tips for staying at a hostel

  • Choose a known hostel, preferably those that are part of big chains. Big brands are known to regulate their facilities and demand a certain level of quality and transparency.
  • Choose a room that you will feel comfortable in. Female or male room.
  • Always pick the bottom bunk.
  • Don’t forget your toiletries.
  • Bring earplugs and blindfolds
  • Bring your padlock and watch your valuables.
  • Be cheerful, you never know who you meet.

HI (Hostel International)

Hostelling International operates in about 90 countries with over 4000 hostels. It was set up in 1932 and is based in the UK. They make use of unusual locations like of casКартинки по запросу Hostel Internationaltles, boats, treehouse, woodland cabins, ski lodges, beach huts and lighthouse to deliver their services. All member hostels are required to meet their high Assured Standards. So you can expect quality because their facilities and services are among the best you can find. To access the best rates, use the HI hostel site, it is easy and they will help you find a hostel anywhere including in San Jose. They work with the Youth Hostel Associations and national associations and they want to make sure that the hostels are open to everyone without distinction of race, gender, religion, or class. They also ensure that it is affordable and in safe environments where you can discover the world and some new people.