Tuesday, August 02, 2016
Backpackers in Hawaii have known for years that hosteling can be a great way to save money. Hawaii hostels are not just for backpackers more. Oahu has a variety of hotels, from popular backpackers on the North Shore for hostels in the city of Honolulu and Waikiki with private rooms meeting.

Oahu Hawaii Hostels

How do you know if you are staying in a hostel Hawaii is a good way for you to save money on your vacation? If you are a people person and if you do not care to hear the strange humming as you fall asleep, then you will likely do well. Many Hawaiian inns, including Honolulu hostels now offer private rooms. Having the use of a kitchen will also help save some big bucks on a trip to Hawaii. Besides saving money, hosteling, like camping, it is easy to find and build friendships with other travelers.

The savings on Oahu hostels often work in contrast to other accommodation and camping in the best economy in a hostel dorm anyway, is for one person, because they charge per person. Many hostels Hawaii today, although also offer private and semi-private with couples and group rates.

North Coast

Backpackers Inn and Plantation Village - Located in the historic Haleiwa town on the North Shore, nearly three tables beach and Waimea Bay, Backpacker Inn is a friendly hostel, mainly frequented by 20s crowd. Options include a co-ed bed, private rooms, cabins, beach house studios, and as many hostels are Hawaii, they offer price discounts for activities and free use of boogie boards and equipment Diving. Your observation of whales sailing costs about $ 30, a bicycle pedal rents for $ 5, and they give 50 percent discount on "two of the biggest attractions of the island."

The beds are round $ 30 a night or less based on weekly rates and private rooms on average about $ 68 per night. The rates vary between low and high season of tourism. Meals are $ 7 for all you can eat. They told me they also offer meals "vegan vegetarians, but not much."

As with most carefully maintained homes in Hawaii (spray hotels strongly), the hostel is not bug proof; however, it is clean and well maintained, a great place to make friends from all over the world, especially when the waves from mid-October to March.

Honolulu Hostels

Hosteling Honolulu International - This clean, safe hostel is located on the bus line, 8 miles from the airport and across from the University of Hawaii in the bottom of the valley, above Manoa Honolulu. It is good, it is on the bus, as parking is scarce with only two spaces and rarely a space on the street.

It is a 30 minute walk from Waikiki.

If you arrive on a late flight and booking leave a note with directions to your room and leave the check-in the next morning. The hostel has lockers, a common kitchen, but great room, patio and barbecue, laundry and payphone (Speaking to save money on local calls, you must use anyway, instead of a phone the hotel) such as discounts on services and local activities such as airport taxi, restaurants, dive gear and glider rides airport. There is also an extensive library of reference materials Hawaii.

Non-members stay in a dorm room (separate for men and women) for $ 20 to $ 23 per night. Hosteling International Waikiki - Located one block from Waikiki Beach, this is a sister hostel Hosteling Honolulu International. Prices include $ 25 to $ 28 per night in a dorm for a third, and US $ 58 to US $ 64 per couple in a private room. If traveling with a family or a group, give them a call. (Very polite). Taxes included.

Besides Oahu hostels you can find beautiful inns Also on Maui, Kauai and the Big Island, Hawaii.

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