What's a Hostel
We think this quote from a travel blogger: “With a hostel, you get to pay half the price for twice the fun.” If you’ve never stayed in a hostel before, allow us to debunk some crazy myths and answer all the questions you might have around what is a hostel. Here’s everything you need to know about hostelling and hostel life.
Buckle up, because your travels will never be the same again… No two hostels are alike, but we can promise you one thing: it will never be dull. So what is a hostel? In a nutshell, a hostel is a budget-friendly type of accommodation that focuses on a shared social experience. Check out the video below for a more in-depth introduction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Who stay's in a Hostel?
Although many people still think that hostels are reserved only for hippies, backpackers and youngsters, in the Abaquar Hostel you’ll meet people from all walks of life. We are proud to be able to unite a beautiful mix of people of all boards under our roofs.
We get to spend time with Brazilians from every corner of Brazil, We already had guests from every South American country on the map, we shared our stories with all members of the European Union and we got to know around 42 states of the USA. Slowly but surely we’re getting visitors from Asia and Africa and sometimes we get to speak Ozzy and Kiwi as well!
Because of it’s simple and natural setting, you’ll get the chance to meet people you wouldn’t meet in your daily life, and share the moment in a place where time seems to stand still.
Is your hostel suitable for small children?
Having a small child of our own and knowing how the hostel works, we don’t really recommend hostel life in Boipeba for traveling babies. Even though we have family rooms where you can find peace and quiet, we do need to tell you that a hostel can be very lively and we can’t ask our other guests to keep it down during early evening hours or nap times.
If this is not a problem for you and you think our hostel is a good fit for you and your small child, by all means, you’re more than welcome!
Are Pets Allowed?
Even though we have a few cats and dogs of our own, we don’t allow pets in the hostel.