Do you love travelling but you are on a budget? In this article you can discover the top 10 unique and cheap European hostels definitely worth going. You’ll sleep in a spaceship, in a room with vintage furniture, in a room full of artworks and each time you’ll seem to live in a dream.
Madrid, U Hostel
Are you planning a nice trip to Madrid? At the U Hostel you’ll find not only multiple rooms as in classic hostels, but also very nice double rooms to live a more intimate experience. The interiors have good finishes and furnishings have their own style. The U Hostel is in a perfect location to explore the Spanish capital and enjoy the place.
U Hostel – Calle de Sagasta, 22, Madrid, Spagna
Milan, Ostello bello
Good names don’t lie. We can assure you that this hostel is really beautiful. At the Ostello Bello (Beautiful Hostel) you can stay in an international environment and enjoy the Italian hospitality. What we like most is the colored bar where you can enjoy a lunch prepared with imagination or have a drink in the evening. Ostello Bello is very close to the Duomo and the Navigli area, the heart of Milan’s nightlife.
Ostello bello – Via Medici, 4, 20123 Milano, Italia.
Porto, Gallery Hostel
Would you like to have breakfast in a room full of artworks? At Gallery Hostel, in Porto, art is everywhere, from the lobby to the rooms. And to find more inspiration, you’ll just have to take a stroll and enjoy the incredible atmosphere of this Portuguese town.
Gallery Hostel – Rua de Miguel Bombarda 222, Porto, Portogallo.
Cologne, Hostel Wohngemeinschaft
Located in the most vibrant district of Cologne, the Wohngemeinschaft Hostel will amaze you with unexpected surprises. Have you ever thought of sleeping in a boat in a hotel that looks like a theater? Fancy a more extreme trip? Ask for the “spaceship” room!
Have you ever been to Cologne? Read our guide!
Hostel Wohngemeinschaft – Richard-Wagner Street 39, 50674 Colonia, Germania.
Reykjavík, Kex Hostel
Once it was a cookie factory in the center of Reykjavik. Now it is one of the most stylish and well-furnished hostels in Europe. Located just in front of the sea, Kex Hostel is the perfect starting point for exploring this unconventional capital city. And when you need to relax you can sip a beer at the gastropub or work out in the old school boxing gym.
Kex Hostel – Skúlagata 28, 101 Reykjavík, Islanda
Lisbon, The Independente Hostel
Portugal seems to be the more convenient country for hostels. At the Independente Hostel you can choose to book a double room or to share a room with other travellers. The hostel was the residence of Swiss ambassador and now is furnished with vintage design pieces. This is the ideal place if you want to meet the locals, since The Indipendente is a beloved after work meeting point.
The Independente Hostel – Rua São Pedro de Alcântara 81, 1250-238 Lisbona, Portogallo
Berlin, Plus Berlin Hostel
Hostel Plus Berlin is located in an excellent place if you want to explore the city. According to its guests, the highlight of this hostel is its indoor pool with sauna. And last but not least, you can also enjoy the nice garden and taste some Berliner food at their large restaurant. (And if you are still hungry, find here the guide to the best street food in Berlin).
Plus Berlin Hostel – Warschauer Platz 6 D-10245 Berlino, Germania
Valencia, Deluxe Hostel
This hostel is just as good as a hotel. The rooms have been designed by funky artists and have cool names like Black Tears, Enchanted Forest, Africa and many others. Among the common areas there is a large lounge with books, games and DVDs, as well as a children’s corner and a kitchen.
Deluxe Hostel – Avenida Instituto Obrero 20, Valencia, Spagna 46013
London, Safestay Hostel
Finding a decent place to sleep on a budget in London has never been easy. Among the hostels we recommend the Safestay. Recently renovated with lighting by Tom Dixon, it is all coloured in the shades of pink and violet. The lounge bar is a large common area with a pool table. The hostel is very well connected with the public services such as Metro and bus, located right close to the end of zone 1, about 500 meters from the metro line Black Elephant & Castle.
Safestay Hostel – 144-152 Walworth Road, London SE17 1JL, Regno Unito
Göreme, Travellers Cave Pension
Have you ever thought of sleeping in a cave? If you like it you can go to Goreme in Turkey. The Travellers Cave Pension is close to the city center, 5-minute walk from the bus station. Rooms are cool and a bit wet, since they are entirely carved in the rocks. This is the perfect place to stay during a trip to explore Cappadocia.
Travellers Cave Pension – Aydin Kiragi Mevkii no 28 – Göreme,Turchia
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