Your Housing Dollars
With the US dollar growing seemingly weaker by the day, it’s important to figure out inventive ways to stretch your hard earned and sometimes hard to come by housing dollars. Whether traveling overseas or to the next town over, everyone wants to feel as though they are getting the most for their money.
When searching for affordable accommodations, consider booking housing alternatives like:
1) Hostels where you share basic accommodations with fellow travelers, usually students. Hostels are usually run like college dormitories, where the sleeping area consist of bunk or twin beds for several people (usually 4-8) who share one room and a common bath. Occasionally, some will offer private rooms/baths with double beds at a slightly higher price. Hostels have come a long way, you will find that some (not all!) offer certain amenities, like breakfast, shuttle service, WI-FI lounges, community kitchens and cable as standard fare. Some are specialized where only females are allowed to stay there. Hostelworld is a great resource to research which ones rate the best.READ MORE