LONDON, June 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
If you think that 'Standard' and 'Dorms Only' are the most common words associated with contemporary Hostels, you may want to think again!
Taking it from Cheap Chic to Budget Boutique, HostelBookers the budget accommodation specialists show off the latest additions to their expanding Design Hostels portfolio.
Budget travellers are becoming more and more sophisticated with their accommodation choices. Just like their need to discover enthralling adventures they also like to find unique places to stay at. Our latest Hostels unobtrusively combine budget and suave to give urban travellers the best of both worlds.
Hostel Tresor - Ljubljana
Situated in the heart of the city on the fashionable Čop Street (Čopova ulica), the Tresor Hostel exemplifies novelty. Once a former bank, the space has been transformed into a vibrant hostel which opened its doors in March this year. The area of a suspended vault is now the breakfast and common room quarters. Dorms beds are designed with floor to ceiling 'prison' bars and old filing cabinets stand as the dorm room lockers. In addition, each room is named after a world currency and the walls are decorated with inspirational quotes to keep travel spirits alive. Prices start at £12.77 per person per night.
We Hostel Design - Sao Paulo
Contemporary Retro can be used to describe the interior of the WE Hostel. Located near the famous Ibirapuera Park, the Edwardian period mansion blends together innovation and interactivity throughout the hostel. Here guests are able to access and download custom setlists and maps of the metro and attractions by using the QR Codes set around the building. They have a room for every traveller type including an all-female en suite, one huge double room with a balcony for couples and 6 shared dorms. WE Hostel is just a few blocks away from the bohemian Joaquim daTávora Street, from its many bars and electrifying nightlife. Prices start from £14.34 per person per night.
Generator Hostel - Hamburg
The Generator's new design led vision for their European hostel collection brings to backpackers an eclectic and illustrious haven. The hostel building was originally the first skyscraper to grace Hamburg's skyline in the 1920s and a former recording studio for the Beatles. The common interior is adorned with black and white wall paintings whilst the dorm rooms remain clean with cool hues. The hostel has a huge 686 beds, from dorms to single and double rooms. Facilities include a Bar, a cinema room, a chill out lounge and café and they host free city tours, what more could a traveller want! Prices start from £18.34 per person per night.
To browse through the rest of the property portfolio, check out our Design Hostels Magazine online: http://bit.ly/11l0W0u
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