How to Stay in Hostels – A Guide

The hostels are places with cheap lodging, with shared rooms and private rooms. There are usually many hostels in New Delhi, Rishikesh, Tosh, Kheerganga with good locations, relaxed atmosphere, breakfast and free internet. Many young people stay in hostels, because of the good prices and opportunity to make friendships.


For those who want to save money, the main demand should be for the shared rooms – this means that you must share the room with strangers, as well as the bathroom. Some shared rooms have capacity for 4 people, others for 6 and 8, people.

Still in relation to the shared rooms, there are the options of exclusively female rooms, exclusively male rooms and the mixed rooms.

For those who always stayed in a hotel with room only for themselves, the thud in a shared room can be strong. A split room with people you’ve never seen obviously does not offer the privacy of a private room. In the private room, or in a hotel room, you can put your things where you want, make your mess without any problem – it’s a place of your own where you can feel completely at ease.

There are hostels with private rooms and they can be a good option for those who are traveling with one more person. The values ​​of a private room for two people are usually similar to the amount paid by two people staying in a shared room. These private rooms can have a double bed or single bed and as in the shared rooms, they may have an internal bathroom or bathroom outside the room. The experience in a private room is much more like that of a hotel, but still with that informal atmosphere of a hostel. The private rooms in hostel are well disputed, so if you prefer a room of your own, make a reservation in advance at Thehosteller!