Sep 17th 2015

Best Travel Tips for Your Hostel Stay: Part 1

When it comes to getting the best experience from visiting any hostel, it’s important to keep a few key tips in mind to best enjoy your stay. To give eager travelers as thorough a guide as possible, we’re going to break our guide down into two parts to ensure that you get the cheapest place to stay in Las Vegas.

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  1. Choose Your Room Based Off Your Preferences.

Single sex or co-ed? Do these options matter to you? Females that are traveling alone may find a single sex room more clean and quiet. However, for the more adventurous type, co-ed rooms can be a great way to open up and meet fun new people.

  1. Get to Know Your Living Area.

Once you settle into your room, get used to your surroundings. Make sure that the bed is up to your level of comfort. If it’s a shared room, get to know the other residents. Take time to explore the hostel. See where the amenities are and familiarize yourself with the common areas. This is your home for the next few days, so you may as well make it a comfortable environment.

  1. Bring Extra Amenities.

There’s no guarantee that any hostel will provide the “extras” that you like, so don’t depend on that. Soap, shampoo, and towels are usually uncommon additions or in short supply, so it’s always wise to “plan ahead”.  Remember that bathroom facilities are often shared, so wearing protective footwear in rooms like the bath and shower areas is always a sound idea.

  1. If You Can, Go Bottom Bunk.

After a long day (or night) of adventuring, it’s just so much easier to crawl into that bottom bunk for ease of getting in and out of bed that next day.

  1. Sleep Sheets Are an Ideal Accessory.

When you are ready to book a low-priced affordable room at Las Vegas Hostel, contact us today so we can book you the cheapest room in Las Vegas for your needs today. In the meantime, stay tuned for Part 2 of our best travel tips for hostels.

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