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These are my four favorite hostels? Come and check them!

I admit it: I’m a hostel freak! I love the vibe that most of them offer. I do not really care if they are party hostels or if they are more relaxed, I like the personal vibe they usually give, the friends you get to meet, and even how awkward they might feel the first time you realize you are sleeping with a bunch of strangers. I am glad I never had horror stories in any of them, not even really weird situations with other guests. I decided to make a list of my four favorite hostels. All of them can be found on HostelworldBooking.com, and Agoda.com and the pictures used for this belong to those two sites.

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Little Italy Hostel – Perugia, Italy

Little Italy HostelI loved staying in this hostel, and definitely is one of my favorite hostels, because it has an amazing vibe and its architecture makes you feel like what exactly is: a 11th-century structure! The staff is amazing and always are willing to help. Emanuele, who is the owner, put a lot of effort into making everyone feel totally welcome and everything is always as neat and clean as is shown in the pictures. Perugia is a small town and they all give great tips for you to get to enjoy the city at its bests. The hotel has a mixed 12-bed room and free wifi all over it. It has an on-site bar with affordable prices. On Wednesday, they have a party at which they make food from different parts of the world and many students and young locals come as well to join. Perugia is a College city and it has an international vibe. Is a great place to make new friends who are local and as well international. I would definitely recommend this hostel, which is also really well located in the center of the city, to enjoy Perugia as you should. Little Italy Hotel is just 5 minutes from the center!

 

The Yellow – Rome, Italy

The Yellow HostelThis Hostel has a perfect location in Rome: Just 4 blocks away from the Roma Termini station and walking distance from many metro stations. They have a pretty ordered system and a huge variety of rooms for everyone. Another thing that makes The Yellow special is having a bar right there. Many guests meet at night in the bar to have a few drinks and you actually get to meet a few people. The good thing about this is that even though it can be considered a party hostel since is so big you have a great chance to rest as well if it’s what you’re looking for. The staff is fully bilingual and that is definitely a plus if you’re in Italy. I would recommend this hostel even if you’re not really a hostel person. It has private rooms and its location makes it the perfect place to go if you’re in Rome. Definitely, these are all important reasons why I have it as one of my favorite hostels.

Cinnamon Sally Backpackers – Riga, Latvia

Cinnamon Sally BackpackersThis is one of the best hostels you can ever think of. The living room is usually as in the pictures. This hostel is right in front of Riga Central Station and a few blocks away from Old Riga. One of the good things I found about it when I went were free beers and pub crawls. They also had free waffles for breakfast, so there you have a saving while you’re in the city. The staff is totally helpful and they are willing to sit with you on the couch to listen and tell you stories. The rooms are always cleaned and its vibe makes you feel at home and as if you have made a new family. Riga has a great hostel scene, but I will definitely go back to Cinnamon Sally any day! Another thing but pretend I didn’t tell you this, on its first-floor, there’s a McDonalds open late where you can quench late-night cravings! All of this make this one of my favorite hostels in the world.

Slottskogen Youth Hostel, Gothenburg, Sweden

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Slottskogen Youth Hostel is very special for me and one of my favorite hostels since is the hostel where I have made the most friends and I have a few amazing stories to tell. Slottskogen is very well located in Gothenburg next to Slottskogen Park, which is the place where you can find the city’s Natural History Museum and the Zoo. It’s a few tram stations away from the center and from the Liseberg amusement park which is one of the cities main spots. Is close to Linnegatan, which is a street that has a few nice bars. Gothenburg is a college city as well and it had a lot of international students and great places to hang out, beyond the art, the canals, and definitely, the Volvo museum.

As I’ve said when I began, the vibe that this hostel provides makes it amazing to make new friends. If you’re visiting Sweden some time, don’t forget this magic word: Systembolaget, which is the state liquor store. Sometimes the best way to hang out is to buy a bottle there and stay in the hostel making new friends.

What are your favorite hostels? Tell us!

 These are my four favorite hostels? Come and check them!

Brenda: + 32 years old + Puerto Rican + Viajera Boricua + Master in Cultural Tourism + Foreign Language Major + Hispanic Studies Minor + Portuguese + Italian + Russian + Literature Freak + ♥’s Indie Music + Volleyball Enthusiast + Tricolor do Morumbi(SPFC) + San Antonio Spurs +

Comments:

  • February 24, 2016

    Very nice post. I’ve always been a little weary about staying in a hostel but your experience makes me feel more open to doing so!

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  • February 24, 2016

    I have yet to visit these, so good list to keep in mind! My absolute favorite hostel so far has been Castle Rock Hostel in Edinburgh. Amazing location, stunning views, spacious, comfortable, and built in the coolest medieval look I could have asked for!

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  • February 26, 2016

    Cool! The best hostels I’ve ever encountered were in Lisbon, Portugal. All of them were decorated by local artists and had great amenities and freebies! I’ll take these hostels into account if I visit these places.

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  • February 26, 2016

    I have never used a hostel before but I suppose it’s a good time to start with these hostels stepping up their game 🙂

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  • February 26, 2016

    It’s been a while since I stayed in a hostel, but I love traveling that way. I backpacked around Ireland in my early 30s and it was mostly all hostels. Unfortunately, I don’t remember the names and didn’t keep track back then.

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  • February 27, 2016

    You’ve had some amazing experiences at hostels. That’s wonderful. In my case, some experiences have been quite good and others quite bad! Would love to visit the cities you’ve been in though. Sweden is high on my list 🙂

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  • March 1, 2016

    Hi Brenda,

    super cool hostels, although a pity no 5 Star Hostels made it to your list. We will need to work harder then.

    Yellow Rome is super fun! We actually managed tot have a small discount for them for all our fellow-travelers, pretty cool though 🙂

    Matt

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  • Casandra

    March 28, 2016

    I have to recommend Generator hostel- in whichever city you can find it. It’s perfect to every detail. Seems pretty new. The interior designer did an amazing job. It’s like a private hotel- but it’s a hostel. I stayed on Venice. There are around 5 if them in Europe.

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      • Casandra

        March 29, 2016

        Look up in internet and see the photos and locations. if you know abiut any place in Ibiza, let me know.

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  • April 3, 2016

    Ya lo entré en mente 😉

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  • April 3, 2016

    Mis favoritos son los de la cadena hostallingInternational

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