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What is a Hostel?

In the hostel guests rent a bed (sometimes bunk) in a dormitory and they share a common bathroom, kitchen and living rooms. The main advantages of homes are low housing costs compared to alternatives such as hotels and you get to meet other travelers worldwide.

Hostels are usually less formal and less expensive than hotels. In the past many hostels imposed age limits, but today it is more common for hostels to accept guests of all ages. Despite the openness of modern hostels, the majority of guests are traditionally and predominantly between the ages of 6:26 p.m..

Inns offer the opportunity for multicultural enlightenment. There is more interaction between guests than in traditional hotels, and many hostels offer activities for its customers free or low cost. Theft can be a problem since customers share a common living space, but this can be avoided by blocking effects up. Most hostels offer some sort of system to safely store your valuables, and many offer lockers. One potential drawback to staying in hostels is difficulty sleeping because of the noise, either snoring or someone returning to the room late at night. For this reason, some hostels associations fix times for last admission and lights out.


The budget travel sector, as backpackers, travelers on sabbatical and also families wanting multi-site vacation has increased in recent years and is largely driven by the recommendation word-of-mouth.

With competition in the industry "hotting" and with millions of customers every year choose cheaper accommodation, cost-effective, standard and reputation of these places is increasing.

Large hostel booking companies also have classification systems that not only helps customers choose the right accommodation but also helps to push hostel owners not to satisfy their customers as their ratings directly affect the number of business that will receive these booking sites.

Despite the arrival of budget hotel chains like Travellodge, Ibis and Jury Inns, backpackers still prefer to stay in hostels due to factors such as the atmosphere, fun and social experience of meeting other backpackers.

The hotel industry, once considered a "cottage industry" has grown rapidly with the entry of new players opening deluxe hostel chains, including the Generator Hostel London.

Even if you had never heard of hostels before, the arrival of the new law blockbuster horror movie Hostel, directed by Eli Roth and starring Jay Hernandez, will undoubtedly help the advertising industry, despite the nature of the film.

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