Bucket list hostel stays for 2022
Looking for that wow factor on your next trip? From castles to train carriages these hostels are sure to provide an unforgettable experience.
Netherlands, Stayokay Rotterdam
Immerse yourself in architecture and art in the Netherlands’ second-largest city with a stay in the famous Rotterdam Kubuswoningen aka Cube houses. Designed by Dutch architect Piet Blom with the intention of resembling an abstract forest and each triangular roof representing a treetop. Hard to miss, in the center of the city, this hostel provides a unique opportunity to stay in an iconic and eye-catching piece of art that is not to be missed!
Slovenia, Ljubljana – Fuzzy Log
Minutes walk away from the heart of the city, the Fuzzy Log offers contemporary style accommodation with bright open-plan, collaborative spaces ideally designed for socializing and co-working. This eco-friendly and energy-efficient hostel can take you on an urban glamping adventure to modern space style odyessy, the choice is yours.
Australia, Sydney – Railway Square YHA
Next to Central Station, Railway Square is ideally located in the heart of Sydney’s backpacker district. For something different, stay in one of the funky railway carriages on the former Platform Zero, or try one of the comfy rooms in the historic 1904 main building, now converted into contemporary modern accommodation. Be sure to check out some of the fantastic activities this hostel has to offer during your stay.
Germany, Nuremberg – Jugendherberge Nürnberg
How often can you say you slept in a Castle? If ancient vaults and thick walls are your dream, then this hostel is the one for you. While this medieval castle may be 500 years old, it has all the amenities needed for a modern stay. With fantastic views across the old city, your stay at Jungendherberge Nürnberg is sure to envoke that fairy tale feeling.
USA, HI New Orleans
Go beyond the beads and masks and get to know the real people and culture of NOLA at HI New Orleans. Located across the street from the French Quarter and just a few blocks from Bourbon Street this hostel is the ideal springboard to explore the depth and soul of The Big Easy.