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You're never too 'old' for youth hostels

There were people in their 60's staying in the hostels so you are fine.

I recommend checking out K's House hostel (always recommend them on the forum) as they provide cheap and good quality hostels with friendly staff.


I was thinking for a while, does the youth hostels just supports to sleep the night? Does it has anything else except bed? I mean like a toilet or a bath? And another question, does it a share room? Or I'm the only one who is going to sleep there?
 
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I was thinking for a while, does the youth hostels just supports to sleep the night? Does it has anything else except bed? I mean like a toilet or a bath? And another question, does it a share room? Or I'm the only one who is going to sleep there?


They would all have Toilet and Shower Facilities, most of them would have a Kitchen too. Alot of these will all be communal though.

Depending on what you want, you can either stay in a shared/dorm room or go to a private room. Shared/Dorms generally cost less than a private room. If you are planning on going with friends then getting shared/dorms is best as you would probaly fit the required amount of people for the room anyway.
 
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And if I buy a shared room, but I'm the only one there, does it mean that other people will join me too? Or I will join them? Or they just won't allow me to buy it.
 
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Would depend entirely on the Hostel themselves I would say. If you are looking at Hostels I would enquire with them about it
 
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