What is the difference between a hostel and a hotel? The line separating the two types of accommodation has become fuzzy, particularly in Asia.
Forget about messy dorm rooms crammed with bunk beds and 20-somethings queuing for the shared bathroom. Many of the hostels found in popular tourist areas offer private rooms with ensuite bathrooms. For less the cost of a hotel room, you get to enjoy privacy along with the benefits of staying in a hostel.
Hostels definitely aren’t just for backpackers on gap-year trips anymore. Boutique hostels offer most of the usual comforts of a hotel, the ones you actually use, anyway, along with some bonuses that many hotels lack: character, personality, and a social environment.
Opting to stay in a nice hostel rather than a hotel many change your entire trip experience. Travelers in hostels are frequently more interested in meeting other travelers. Hostel common areas encourage more lingering and socializing than hotel lobbies tend to do.
And don't worry: bed bugs are actually a bigger problem in many luxurious hotels!
What Is a Hostel?
Many people aren't sure of the difference between a hostel and a hotel. Even worse, "hostel" and "brothel" sometimes get used interchangeably in ignorance!
Although hostels are finally catching on in the United States
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