17 Sep Hostels deliver a little less Vegas: Travel Weekly
Instead of “water features” there’s a modest pool, ready for a quick dip on a hot desert afternoon. Instead of a buffet with hundreds of dishes from ramen noodles to prime rib, there’s a communal kitchen and complimentary breakfast.
Instead of a porte cochere where limos and taxis jostle for position, there’s an on-site bike share program. And instead of a thumping nightclub, where chart-topping DJs spin and fist pump for bottle-service customers, there are weekend tours of neighborhood bars led by local staffers. Read the full article