With the favorable exchange rate, there has never been a better time to travel to Portugal than now. Any Canadian interested in traveling over to the Iberian peninsula can save a bundle on their travel plans by choosing one of the best hostels in Faro rather than plunking down money on a hotel.
A traditional Portuguese house in the center of the city, the Azothea features five different rooms, one for doubles, one for twins, one for dorm rooms, and a pair of superior rooms with views of the street. With a terrace that looks over the city, free wireless Internet, and a kitchen, it has all the comforts of home. Starting at twenty-eight dollars a night, in cash only, it is one of the more expensive hostels around. The desk hours are only available from nine to five, however, so plan ahead.
On the Praca Alexandre Herculano route in the downtown district, the Casa d’Alogoa is located in a beautiful historic building dating back some three centuries. The recent renovations make it easy for anyone to appreciate the comforts of the hotsel, with a large kitchen, an open common space, a barbecue pit, free breakfast, and shower and laundry facilities. With a twenty-four hour reception desk, furthermore, it is possible to come in and out on your own schedule. With rooms starting at only fourteen dollars per night, furthermore, it is one of the least expensive places to crash for the evening in the city.
The rather odd name belies a highly rated small hostel on Rua M Bombarda. With an international design team having provided the organization and outlay, this cozy hostel features a pair of double rooms and a pair of dorm rooms, with new furniture and mattresses. Located only two minutes walk away both bus and train lines in Faro, you can quickly get in and out. The helpful staff can assist you with your timetable. The free wireless Internet, luggage storage, heated showers, and even bicycle storage make it easy and convenient for any type of traveler to swing by.
On the Rua Infante D. Henrique, the Hospedaria is in the city center and only a quarter of a kilometer from both bus and train stations. At only a seven minute drive from the Faro airport, furthermore, you can easily get where you need to go. This larger hostel boasts eleven different bedrooms along with a large common area, twenty-four hour reception, laundry, air conditioning, and Internet.
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