Hawaii is one of the top travel destinations in the world because of its rich culture and beautiful beaches and landscapes. It is, however, also one of the most expensive places to visit. One great way to curb vacation expenses is to utilize Hawaii’s extensive network of hostels with rates starting as low as $20 a night.
A hostel is a dormitory like accommodation where guests can rent a bed. Typically there will be a community bathroom, lounge, and occasionally a kitchen. There are many hostels in Hawaii that offer accommodations to travelers from Canada but some have more to offer than others.
We have compiled a list of the three best hostels in Hawaii:
This is a popular hostel for several reasons. It is located near Waikiki Beach in Honolulu and with 175 beds, is the largest hostel in Hawaii. Beachside offers 24 hour check-in as well as tourism discounts, free Wi-Fi, free local phone calls, laundry services and secure storage which is perfect for island hopping. Beachside has a reputation for being clean and safe and offers vending machines and a free continental breakfast daily.
The Northshore Hostel is located in Maui near the heart of historic Wailuku and offers a 15-room facility that can accommodate 40 guests. Known as the most clean and friendly hostel in Maui it offers amenities such as free local calls, free Wi-Fi, and cable TV and is only two blocks from the Wailuku bus station making travel around the island easy.
This hostel is a converted 1913 hotel with ten rooms. Modern day amenities such as updated bathrooms, a full kitchen, and double beds meet old European charm. Free tea and coffee is available and late check-in is available as well with prior notice.
For the traveling Canadian wanting to see the beautiful islands of Hawaii without spending a small fortune in the process; hostels can be the way to go. There are negative and positive aspects to the modern day hostel and any tourist should do their research and be aware of these.