“Not all those who wander are lost.” – J. R. R. Tolkien. True to its core. Younger minds have a plethora of aspirations, which is why they take the tough call of leaving the home and staying outside, realizing their dreams. Given the circumstances, sometimes one is supposed to stay at the same place, which they loathed some time before.
However, things have changed. There are so many methods of accommodation that people adjust it to their needs and enjoy a cheap stay in Vancouver. However, there are certain facts that the 'aspiring' hosteler must know about. The following lists out such factors that always matter to a person living in a hostel.
The hostel 'factors'
- Type – Particularly, here type refers to the number of occupancy in a room, which could vary between 2, 3 or 4. Even shared dorms are available. Since the expenses are low in a Vancouver hostel, the problem isn't about money, but only snoring roommates!
- Kitchen – Typically, a kitchen in the hostel offers an incredible solution than anything else. How many times eating a donut or burger would eliminate the starving hunger? And that is why one must check whether the hostel has its kitchen or not.
- Housekeeping – Cleans linens and towels are a must have in the hostel. People searching for accommodation in Vancouver may also discover various filthy hostels that don't give a damn to cleanliness at all. Quite a distressing scene!
- Comfort – Though it is shared and cheap, there is no reason why comfort has to be compromised. After all, one has to “live” there for a tentative period. The occupancy rates are charged accordingly, which may be daily, weekly or monthly.
- Cleanliness – How to survive in an unclean area? One should stop surfing the WikiHow instruction page, explaining about it. Rather, one could keep a tab on the reviews given by previous occupants on that particular hostel.
- Parking – Quite a number of occupants may require a parking slot for their vehicles, bikes, etc. Hence, one should search accordingly because not all of the hostels have same provision.
- Recreation – Obviously, a hostel would be boring enough without any recreation facilities, be it a Television, Games room or any other form of entertainment. Nevertheless, one may opt for the ones without these if they don't such interest.
- Restaurant – Probably, the hostellers would need to dine and wine, so can they look for hostel that have a bar and restaurant nearby or just a restaurant in its building. It would be easy enough to have breakfast, lunch and dinner there.
- ATM – Anyone out there staying in a Vancouver hostel may urgently need some cash for miscellaneous purposes. Hence, an ATM nearby would be convenient.
- Miscellaneous – The miscellaneous list covers a variety of things, such as laundry facilities, washing machine, kitchen appliances, different kits of various sports, etc.
The occupancy rates charged by hostels can be compared in terms of the above factors. A decision wouldn't be difficult after revisiting the above points.