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Hostelworld Head Office Address
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Hostelworld aims to connect young travellers around the world with hostels. It is the market leading hostel booking platform, with over eight million reviews across 33,000 properties in over 170 countries. In 2015, Hostelworld rebranded to truly focus on millennial travellers with a new proposition – ‘Meet the world’- to help young travellers enjoy the social aspect of staying in hostels whilst they travel.
Hostelworld aims to provide value for money, so travellers will not pay any booking fees on their bookings. As well as this, bookings are always 100% confirmed, but if you experience any problems, you will be financially compensated by Hostelworld. If you are in a group of over 9 travellers, you can make a group booking which will be tailored to your needs.
Each year, Hostelworld hosts the “Hoscars” also known as the Hostelworld Customer Annual Ratings. The awards are voted for by travellers and their reviews. Categories include Best Small Hostels, Best Medium Hostels, Best Large Hostels, Best Hostels by Continent, Most Popular Hostels and rating criteria’s such as best value for money, best staff, most secure and cleanest hostel.
If you own a hostel, there are several benefits to signing up to Hostelworld. They include:
- Manage your own inventory by your personalised extranet
- Search engine exposure to encourage guests to book
- Low commission rates
- Free to sign up
- Guests can instantly book your property
You can download the Hostelworld app via the Apple app store or the Google Play store. You will be able to use the app to read reviews, see photos and check availability, as well as book instantly. You also be able to see last minute availability and results based on your location, which is incredibly helpful if you are travelling abroad and you find yourself needing somewhere to stay at the last minute.
On the review website TrustPilot, Hostelworld has an excellent rating of 9.1 out of 10, based on average scores from reviewers. Here are some of the comments relating to Hostelworld that have been left by viewers:
- “No hassles, booking was straightforward and no trickery”
- “The hostel description helped me to choose the best one for my needs”
- “The customer support is reluctant to listen to complaints”
- “This is definitely the most reliable online hostel booking platform”
- “Very cheap prices, sometimes even cheaper than the hostel’s own website”
- “I’m not a fan of having to pay a deposit when other sites don’t charge one”
- “The iOS app has been quite buggy in the last few months”
- “Helpful reviews from other guests”
- “Made my travelling experience run smoothly”
- “It’s really useful to have so much information about different hostels at your fingertips”
- “The directions to hostels are really good”
There are 188 hostels in London currently listed on Hostelworld. You can filter the search results by price, rating, room, facilities, payment or district. Hostelworld will inform you of the starting price for dorms and private rooms (if the hostel has private rooms) as well as other amenities such as free breakfast and free wifi. Some popular hostels in London include Clink78 in King’s Cross, the Wombats City Hostel near Tower Bridge, Rest Up London on New Kent Road and Palmers Lodge Swiss Cottage, which is located in a Victorian Mansion. Many hostels in London have sociable bar areas and some offer free walking tours of the city.
There are 132 hostels in Amsterdam currently available on Hostelworld. As with London hostels, you can tailor your search results to price, rating, room type, facilities or method of payment. The general search results page will tell you basic information such as the price of dorms and private rooms as well as which amenities the hostel has. Popular hostels in Amsterdam include ClinkNOORD in the Overhoeks district, StayOkay Amsterdam Zeeburg which is housed in a former school building, and Cocamama which was voted the best hostel in the Netherlands by Hostelworld travellers in 2011.
Hostelworld lists 192 hostels in Paris, France. There is plenty of choice around the city, whether you want to be close to the museums, the shops or even Disneyland. Some of the most popular hostels in Paris include Les Piaules which is located in an art deco building with a rooftop terrace, Le Village Hostel Montmartre which is just 10 minutes from the Sacre- Couer, and the Avalon Hotel Paris which can be found next to the Gare Du Nord train station.
There are 191 hostels listed on Hostelworld in Barcelona. You can use them as a base to explore the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona’s nightlife scene or the beaches in summer. Some of the most popular hostels are the Pars Tailor’s Hostel, located in Sant Antoni which is one of Barcelona’s oldest neighbourhoods, Mediterranean Youth Hostel which was voted the best in Barcelona in 2014 and the Sant Jordi Hostel Rock Palace which has a rooftop pool.
There are 174 hostels in Budapest currently listed on Hostelworld. The hostels make an ideal base for exploring Buda and Pest, relaxing in one of the city’s many baths or partying the night away. Popular hostels include Pal’s Hostel, where you can book a private apartment with a balcony, Carpe Noctem Vitae which is a popular party hostel with nightly pub crawls and events.
Hostelworld New York
There are 51 hostels in New York listed on Hostelworld. As New York can be an expensive city to visit, hostels can make an ideal accommodation alternative if you’re just looking for a place to rest your head – after all, it is the city that never sleeps. Popular hostels in NYC include The Local which has a relaxing roof terrace, the New York Budget Inn which has plenty of amenities and special discounts at nearby bars/restaurants and the HI NYC hostel which has a private outdoor patio and hosts events each night.
In historic Prague, Hostelworld has 185 hostels for guests to choose from. You can use the hostels as a base to explore Prague’s many attractions and nightlife. Some of Prague’s most popular hostels include Sophie’s Hostel which has been named one of the world’s best boutique hostels, the Hostel Santini Prague which is only a minute’s walk from the Charles Bridge, and Sir Toby’s Hostel which has a cellar pub.
Hostelworld is part of the Hostelworld Group which also owns Hostelbookers and Hostels.com. The company’s target audience is millennial travellers under the age of 35. In 2015, the company went public, listing itself on the London and Dublin stock exchanges. The head office is in Dublin but there are also Hostelworld offices in London, Sydney, Shanghai and Seoul.