TOP 5 best hostels in NYC

TOP 5 best hostels in NYC

You guys know I love staying in hostels. Even when traveling with my mom, I always check  to see if there are hostels in the area. There are many benefits that only hostels have (I mentioned 7 of them HERE)! So if you are considering staying in a hostel next time you are in the city, here are my favorite ones! Don’t forget to tell me on instagram all about it!You can follow me at @marthasachser and @blognyandabout!



HI New York Hostelling International

Hostelling International is my favorite hostel chain in the USA (and possibly in the world). I know that it will always be a good experience. The hostels are usually super clean and with a nice and professional staff. This HI Hostel is located in the Upper West Side near Central Park.

Prices range from U$47-70 per person depending on the type of accommodation

Click HERE to book and learn more!

Crédito: HI NY Hostelling International



Jazz on Columbus Circle

Location, location! This hostel is located near Columbus Circle, a busy area of the city. You can walk everywhere but there are several subway lines around.

Click HERE to learn more and book!

940 8th avenue, New York, NY 10029.



American Dream Hostel

If you want a quieter atmosphere and more privacy, this is a good option! Located in Gramercy Park and Flatiron District the American Dream Hostel is close to transportation, Union Square and many restaurants. You can book private rooms. Rates range from U$94 to U$180 (exc. taxes) depending on the number of people. To learn more  check the website  HERE!

168 East 24th Street, between Lexington and 3rd Av, New York.

Crédito: American Dream Hostel



If you wanna save time, I recommend getting CityPASS to skip ticket lines and save money on the main attractions. There are also other  passes available that include way more attractions and tours such as FLEX Sightseeing PASSNYC Explorer PASS and the New York PASS, which are some of the favorites.



Williamsburg Moore Hostel

For those who wanna explore another side of New York I highly recommend staying in Brooklyn. The Williamsburg Moore Hostel is located in one of the coolest neighborhoods – with a younger vibe- and plenty to see and restaurants to try! Rates range from U$42 to $47 per person. 179 Moore Street, Brooklyn, NY. Check the official website HERE!

Photo credit: Williamsburg Moore Hostel



The Local NYC

But there is also Queens! Yes, Long Island City is one of the new areas that is constantly changing, renovating, expanding… There are several subway lines that take you to midtown Manhattan in less than 10 minutes! The hostel has a quitter vibe but there is a bar and a rooftop to enjoy the view of Manhattan’s skyline and make friends! Rates range from U450 for mixed room and U$54 for male or female forms. There are also private rooms. You can use the kitchen and even do laundry (coin machine). No breakfast. Learn more HERE!1302 44th Ave, Long Island City, NY.

Crédito: The Local Hostel



Broadway Hostel

Located in the Upper West Side, the hostel offers private or shared rooms  ranging from U$40 to U$90. There is no breakfast but you can use the kitchen. There is also an elevator.  230 West 101 Street, New York, NY. Click HERE to learn more and book!

Crédito: Broadway Hostel



Other hostels to check:

 Q4 Hotel, Jazz Hostels, YMCA  e The Pod Hotels!