I have the feeling  when I’m traveling, that if and want to sleep in a decent place I will have to pay a lot. Lately there has been a tendency to polarize the hotel sector. On one hand,  luxury or super luxury hotels,  on the other modern and trendy hostels.

Finally traveling in a low-cost way with no rats running over your feet it’s possible!
Today I will give some examples of great places to go.

The Praktic Rambla hotel is a new hotel concept, a combination of design, comfort, native architecture and very good location at low cost. Located at the bottom of La Rambla de Catalunya Street, one of the most charming and quiet streets despite the proximity of the Ramblas. Also is just at a few steps from the main tourist attractions.

They have great ideas: if you sleep 3 nights and make the reservations through their website they give you a ten travels transport card (T10) for visit things that can be further. Guests receive a 10% discount to the best restaurants and traditional tapas food bars in Barcelona. And also put at the disposal of customers a Lomo camera for free in order to take pictures of Barcelona. And they put the camera and cart.

The U-Madrid hostel is inside a nineteenth century palace completely renovated.
Located in the neighborhood of Chamberí and connected to get the most important points of the city. Design and quality at a reduced price.

The rooms are spacious, comfortable, clean and cozy, and the public areas are one of the best faces in this hostel. Good services as Wifi, computers, laundry, bag storage, bicycle rental, free tours, cooking classes ...

The Oops Paris combines comfort and design. It has been chosen in the top ten hostels in the world (The Guardian). Its design is the result of collaboration between the architect Philippe Maidenberg and the graphic designer Daniela Milles. Since it opened in September 2007, has quickly become one of the nicest hostels in Paris.

The Kex Hostel is placed in a former biscuit factory in downtown Reykjavik. It’s furnished with objects found on street and materials recovered from different places. Kex combines an industrial environment with a touch of eclectic vintage and contemporary design.

Kex has capacity of up to 142 people. It also has a cafe bar, a lounge, an outdoor patio, laundry facilities, fitness center, kitchens that can be used by customers, meeting room, free wifi, and much more.

Czech Inn hotel it’s part of the Prague Bohemian Hostels low-cost chain. The first hotel was opened on 1999, with only ten beds. Ten years later and thousands of people after, the hotel family have grown with Miss Sophie, Czech Inn and Mosaic.

Goli Bosi Design Hostel is located in the heart Split old town, within the walls of a palace built in the fourth century by the Roman emperor Diocletian.
The area of ​​the hostel is designed as a hybrid between a Japanese capsule hotel and an old department store in Europe, with the Split story written on the walls.

Everything is yellow, as this is the color of sulfur because Split was famous for its sulfur baths in the past.
There are 29 rooms in total. The beach is right next to the hostel, and can be seen from the upstairs windows.

Hostel 3B is announced as the more modern and cleaner Playa del Carmen (Riviera Maya, Mexico) hostel. The walls are painted with bright colors of traditional Mexican architecture, and with custom-made furniture of contemporary neo-baroque style.

Matchbox The Concept Hostel in Singapore appears to meet the demands of a new generation of travelers. Their dormitories have a unique system of single and double bunks with partitions, which eliminates the lack of privacy.
It also has two attractive common areas that allow travelers to exchange ideas and impressions.

That’s all folks! Hope you like it!


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