These Uber Cool Hostels Won't Burn A Hole In Your Pocket!

One of the budget traveller's best and most precious finds are youth hostels across the country. These peanut priced stay options across the country have made life just so much easier for people.

So, here are 5 really cool youth hostels that'll get you off to a trip ASAP!

1. Moustache, Delhi

One of the best inns and hostels in the capital city, Moustache also has a branch in Jaipur, and these spots are really swanky. Lockers, new age wall art, Wi-Fi, photocopy machines, gardens, rooftop cafes and all that jazz make Moustache an extremely cool place to chill out with fellow travellers. 8-bed dorms would cost your group at close to ₹300 per head. Dirt cheap, for sure.

2. The Hostel Crowd, Goa

The Hostel Crowd inns are spread across four places in Goa and one in Kerala. For the true Goan experience with the local folk and way of lifestyle, The Hostel Crowd is the spot you go to if you wanted to bypass the average Goan party spot. We're talking Portuguese - influenced architecture and new-age Goan lifestyle. Definitely check it out next time you're in Goa.

3. Social Rehab, Bangalore

Bangalore's Social Rehab is considered one of the best youth hostels in the country; a backpacker's haven, you could say. With a TV set, video games, free Wi-Fi, a library and more, what else do you really need. Average multiple bed dorm rooms are available at around 700-800 per head.

4. Le Pension, Jaipur

Away from the bustle of the main city in Jaipur, La Pension - meaning Bed & Breakfast in Français - is one of your best bets in the city. At close to ₹400 you get to laze around in the amazingly laid out décor of the hostel, fitted with all kinds of leisure amenities you could imagine. 

5. Stops Hostel, Varanasi

The hostel chain first began in Varanasi and has expanded up till Delhi now. Stops has a Billiard table, a Tennis court, BBQ, you name it. We're talking about dorm rooms that go between ₹600 - ₹2000. You know I just gave you a plan for this weekend now.

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