This modern and safe hostel has all the accreditations from the French youth hostel association. The rooms are clean and adequate with comfortable beds. The staff are exceptionally helpful, kind and informative. There is a self-service restaurant with breakfast included, and there is internet and a laundry service. Game, TV and recreation rooms allow you to meet loads of people.
10 min walk from the cathedral.
20 min walk from Reims train station
Take buses B,N,H or K and ask for the 'Comedie' stop if you don't want to walk.
This is a comfortable hostel with great facilities. The rooms are kept in immaculate condition and the hostel is in a great setting with shops and restaurants barely a minute away. The park named after the famous playwright Garcia Lorca is right opposite the building.
The kind and jolly owner will help you with anything - in fact, he helped me to settle into the Spanish way of life and to find a flat to share while I was studying in Granada. Without a doubt, the best and most memorable hostel I've ever stayed in.
C/Infanta Beatriz, 3
The hostel is on the western side of Granada on the ring road.
Take a taxi or take bus no 10 from Granada's bus station. Count 10 stops (including the first one) and get off at the 5th one (Glorieta Arabial). Walk 50m from the stop and on your right you'll see the Caja Granada bank. Cross over the Camino de Ronda (Granada's ring road) and make a right turn down the first street on your right. This is C/Infanta Beatriz. Look out for a palm tree and this hostel is in the corner of building no3.
The Granada RENFE train station is a 15-20 min walk away.
The Mercure hotel in Ouarzazate is really stylish. The bar is a stunning mix of Moroccan tradition and modern style, with great views of the kasbah. The breakfast is really generous. The staff are incredibly friendly. And massages of 30 minutes were less than £10. It also only cost about £30 per night for two.
Boulevard Moulay Rachid
+212 24 899100
A no-star hotel in the front garden of Notre Dame Cathedral. The wallpaper is bizarre, there is no lift (five floors though), and the bathroom door (yes, we had an en suite) came away in my hand.
But the view from the window is breathtaking and the owner is friendly and helpful. Shakespeare Books is just across the street. Doubles from €60 per night.
4 rue St-Julien-le-Pauvre, Paris 75005
+33 (0)1 4354 1920
Decent hostel, good sized rooms, good facilities. Great welcome, great service. They give you a shot of schanpps when you arrive, and when we saw a brochure for caving, they did all the organising for us.
Takacs Menyhert u.33, Budapest, 1113
If, like me, you know that going to Paris means going clothes shopping then here is a treat: mens’ and ladies’ wear shop Comptoir du Marais.
It has two floors packed with stylish but wearable designs by young French designers and is unbelievably cheap! The shop has a tea room and small gallery where you can relax with your bags - inevitably full of clothes you have just bought. Tucked away at the end of Rue des Mauvais Garcons (street of the naughty boys) in the heart of gay Paris – this boutique is well-behaved wallet-pleasing fun.
8 rue de Moussy, 75004 Paris. + 33 1 4274 0606
If you want a cheap way to stay in Paris, use the Citea hotels - there are several dotted around the city and for around £40 per night you get a comfortable, basic self-catering apartment!
Some of the Citea hotels also have a free-for-residents swimming pool, and they all have a breakfast service available for a small fee.
Catering on a budget in Paris – then head for Chartier, Opera Quarter, an old 19th Century soup kitchen with listed décor, which offers a bustling atmosphere and inexpensive basic French food.
This cavernous restaurant caters today, as it always has, to people on a budget. Be prepared to share one of the long trestle tables with other diners but that adds to the fun of the Chartier experience. You never know who you’ll be sitting next to in Paris!
Four years ago, I went to a Six Nations' rugby match. Our agent booked us into the Terminus Nord hotel, opposite the Gard du Nord station. Having known Paris well, the venue would not have been my first choice. I was in for a pleasant surprise.
The hotel was a gentle walk from the Eurostar platform: our room was comfortable and spacious, the staff obliging, and the buffet breakfast was excellent.
The price was also reasonable for the standard of accommodation. Adjoining the hotel, there was a deservedly popular, Art Noveau retaurant. A strenuous walk took you Montmatre and the Galeries Lafayette but the conveniently close Metro took you quickly to all the main attractions of Paris.
Grand Hotel de Paris. Across the road from Gare de l'Est, perfect for any sightseeing/shopping.
Must have the world's smallest lift, two can get in with a squeeze, but that just adds to its charm. Five-minute walk from the canal. Very low cost.
If you want to travel to Peru and you do not want to pay for luxury tours, you maybe can try send a request to AndesPeru, it's a company that has many kind of alternatives, working tours with tourist bus services safe and comfortable.
They hace also inexpensive hotels and good rates for domestic flights. My first tour in Peru 3 years ago was under AndesPeru and it was good organized
Actually I'm working at Peru Expeditions 3 years ago It's a tour operator company eith 15 years at the market, it's very serious about travel services, If you like to travel to Peru, I recommend send you a request asking first than book any tour.
Tours, hotels, air tickets for all Peru areas, tailored tours from 2 to 30 days, shared and private, inexpensive or deluxe.
We have available organized tours by tourist bus, airplane or private Toyota's Land Cruiser 4wd to Cuzcu and any other place you request for.
This is simply the best hotel in Buenos Aires! The location is awesome, the staff are out of this world and above all, the decor is out of this world. Book ahead as they tend to get full way in advance (they have only 4 rooms). Your stay here is guaranteed to make you feel wonderful, I cannot wait to go back!
Costa Rica 5141, Palermo Soho
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Public swimming pool complex at the Westbad tram stop. Just follow the scent of chlorine from the tram. Entrance was nine euro last time I visited.
Inside there's a water slide, a whirlpool, heated mineral bath, sauna and swimming lanes. Good place to take kids on a rainy holiday. Outside there are even more pools, plenty of grass to lay about and sometimes ducks come down to swim laps in the pools.
Address: Weinbergerstraße 11, Westend, Munich, 81241
Phone: +49 89 23617701
Nearest Station: Westbad: Tram 19, Bus 72
If you are on a low budget then you want somewhere cheap and clean to stay that is in the centre of things.
Look no further than the International Youth Hotel (not Hostel) in Langer Straat. You've got all the familiarity of being close by the city centre and a room-style reminiscent of the French motorway hotels like Formule 1 and Campanile.
It has shared ownership with the next-door dormitory-based Youth Hostel, so do not book the wrong one. Two years ago, the cost per head for a group of 20 of us was £12 per night, including meagre and just adequate breakfast, but no more than two rolls each please. Nice to find a place where average age was less than 30.
This hotel is in a beautiful colonial building in the old town of Quito. The location is ideal, the staff are friendly and the rooms are comfortable with hot water. The suites also have a small kitchenette.
It is also resonably priced for a capital city. Suites at US$42 and all other rooms for less.
cnr. Av. Guayaquil and Sucre.
When you arrive by plane at Baltra it is really easy and cheap to make your way to Puerto Ayora where all of the accommodation is on Santa Cruz.
Get a bus called Canal which is free and will take you to the channel between Baltra and Santa Cruz. The ferry is only 0.80$. A bus will meet you on the other side and take you on the 45 minute journey for 1.80$.
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