In the following Hostel guides parts we will share some of the best designed and affordable hostels around. With travel being big on everyone’s agenda these days, who doesn’t want to make sure they pay the least for the most.
We Hostel by Felipe Hess
Designer Felipe Hess has turned a mansion in Sao Paulo into a design hostel. The young designer took the project up from a friend who founded We Hostel in the Vila Mariana neighbourhood.
The hostels clean and simple design is being accented by it’s furniture. Couple of it’s main features are chalkboard ceilings and QR codes scattered throughout the hostel that reveal curated mix tapes and neighbourhood maps.
Emanuel Hostel by Lana Vitas Gruić
Split in Croatia has a new hostel in the form of Emanuel hostel. Housed in an apartment block the hostel offers 15 beds in these beautifully designed spaces. Owners Mila and Toni Radan wanted to make the most of this space and design it in a way it fits in the city of Split. “From the beginning, it was our desire to create a comfortable, functional and modern space that has the spirit of a Split street,”
Generator Hostel in Venice
Anyone who has travelled across Europe knows about the Generator Hostels. If you don’t, you might want to look into it. Known for bringing design and affordable accommodation together, their new venue in Venice does the trick once more. With focus even more on design they are aiming at every social class in the world, wether you’re a backpacker, hipster or family Generator will accommodate for you.
Keep an eye out on the Generator website as they will be opening hostels in many more European cities very soon, including Paris and Rome.