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This is where we show you how to find the best price on youth hostels in America. That's right, the best priced hostel accommodations for travelers in North America. Whether you are on a road trip from hostel to hostel throughout the USA, Canada or Alaska, or traveling for business and need last minute lodging in a clean and comfortable private room, we can help you find the best price on hostels in your destination. If you are an educator arranging overflow lodging for a conference, or a teacher or chaperone planning a field trip for schoolchildren at any grade level, you can find a safe, fun youth hostel in a good location, priced low and easy to book. That is, if you know where to look.
We will show you where to find the best price on a bed in a hostel dormitory, or a private room in a youth hostel. It doesn't matter if you are planning your trip well in advance, or if you need a room in a pinch. It doesn't matter if you are a member of Hostelling International. You don't need to have a membership card. Sure, those savings can add up, and it's always good to carry a Hostelling International card when you make your reservation, but what we're talking about is getting really deep discounts on hostels; reduced rates that go far beyond what the Hostelling International membership card can get you. You'll want to find out the real way to significantly lower the price you pay for a hostel reservation. That's what we are about to show you how to do.
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For example, here's a great piece of youth hostel consumer advice: many travelers already know that you can actually get a private room all to yourself when you stay at a youth hostel. This is especially beneficial to couples who want the privacy of their own room, but who don't want to pay the ridiculous prices that a room for two at a hotel would cost.
And hostellers also know that, on the other hand, a good number of backpackers traveling by themselves or with groups of fellow backpackers find hostel dormitories with multiple beds to be the most ideal way to travel. It is by far the cheapest hostelling option, and if you don't mind sharing a room other friends, and easily making new friends. (Wink, wink).
But here's a piece of youth hostel consumer advice that even many experienced hostellers still aren't aware of: if you don't want to spend the money on a private room, but you feel like having some space to yourself, you can oftentimes get a dorm room all to yourself. Pay the lower dormitory rate, but get all the benefits of a private room to yourself. Sometimes even at the height of the travel season! How is this possible? Well, often hostel dormitories range in size, the smallest being around 4-6 person dormitories. When these are empty, and you are the only one staying in the room, then the hostel still can only charge you the dorm rate. But sometimes they won't come out and explain the situation to you. You have to pry a little bit. If you ask for a private room and there are none available, then ask if there are dorm rooms and how many beds have been booked. Often you can find empty dorm rooms this way, and get the best of both worlds.
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