Delhi’s best tourists Hostels for Foreign Travelers

Delhi’s best tourists Hostels in Central & Paharganj :-
Zostel, New Delhi Railway Station
In India, the best tourist hostel ‘called’ Zostel. It was the 1st series of recent tourist hostels and it has sixteen hostels all over the country. It is still one of the most famous series of hostels. In delhi, The Zostel traveler hostel easily situated for tourists right in front of the New Delhi Railway Station with a vigorous and welcoming room, bedrooms and confidential accommodations, with no charges WiFi, a cookery and generous workers who can support you with forward tour plans and tourism in Delhi.
There are 03 diverse categories of rooms so that you can select according to your ease and requirements for seclusion. Everything is cool and dry and it also offers internet reach for every visitor. Also offers you an ordinary room in which there is PC so that in your free time you can check your mails. They will make thorough guidebook for you and provide a tour recommendation with zero cost and that’s what we all adore the most about travel planners. They also make all the visitors wander around Delhi on pre-structured paths.

Stops Hostel, Chandi Chowk
Stops Hostel is another best hostel for foreigners because in Delhi it is positioned centrally close to the active place called ‘Chandi Chowk’ which is a large & immense area for buying things & attires and nearby to all the tourist attractions in Old Delhi. It is a fashionable traveler hostel with a welcoming and friendly ambience with lots of activities, sports and a huge library with loads of high-quality reading stuff and presentation/documentaries on India. It also contains frequent cookery, free of charge sunset tea and spacious verandas. Stops hostel is a famous chain of tourist hostels that established in 2014 in Varanasi and now it has hostels in many places like Jaipur and Kolkata. It is one of the most renowned tourist hostels in Delhi.

Smyle Inn, Paharganj
Smyle Inn is one of the long run funds tourists and travelers beloved to be found in the heart of Paharganj and nearby to the main marketplace as well as New Delhi Railway station. Here you will get to know about all the multiplicity of hostels and confidential accommodation to select from, a veranda and frequent places and a full day front table and tour table that can assist you with tourism in Delhi as well as purchasing train ticket and making forward tour itineraries. They also offer an airport pick up & that is great if you are an unaccompanied female tourist or just want to ignore getting scammed in Delhi crowd when you reach and make sure you get to your housing hassles free.

Backpacker Panda, Paharganj
There is a hostel in Paharganj by the name of ‘Backpacker Panda Hostel’ and it is situated in active area of Paharganj which is almost near to Metro Station of Ramkrishna Marg & it is quite minor, smoother as well as not frustrating to have accommodation in as compare to the Metro Station of New Delhi Railway Station. This Hostel is an inexpensive, welcoming and at ease stay with dormitories and private rooms, a huge roof veranda to relax on, internet access and a common kitchen area.

Delhi’s best tourists Hostels in further Zones of Delhi:

Madpackers Hostel, Panchsheel Park
The Madpackers Hostel is very refreshing hostel to have accommodation in and make new contacts in Delhi in a safe, hygienic as well as relaxed place in South Delhi and also it is away from the active crowd of Pahraganj however because it is near to the well-organized and inexpensive metro of Delhi it is trouble-free to wander in the rest of the town. It is consists of bright frequent room and ceiling backyard, a cookery and lots of services to make your accommodation so convenient and stress-free. Madpackers have assorted & shared rooms whereas woman’s only have private dormitories for their accommodation. Morning buffet, internet access, towel and infinite tea & coffee are all involved and serving a high-quality night buffet as well. In 2016, Madpackers was selected by Hostel world as India’s Best Hostel.

Moustache Hostel, Greater Kailash
Moustache Hostel is a further one of the latest, weird, famous hostel branches in India which have also lengthened to well-liked places together with Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jaipur as well as Agra. In Delhi, this hostel is a hygienic, bright and creative area to hae accommodation in the superior Delhi town of (Greater Kailash 01) GK1 which is one of the quieter and secured places of Delhi city. It also includes veranda, undersized common kitchen and a vibrant frequent dormitory with walls decorated with sculptures & with ample of manuscripts and indoor sports. Moustache Hostel has both shared and private dormitories which consist of big storerooms, internet access and morning buffet and they can assist you organize your trip as well.

Jugaad Hostel, RK Puram
Jugaad Hostel is a trendy and modern hostel which is positioned close to the energetic marketplace of RK Puram and merely 01 km far from the stylish Hauz Khas region. It has a huge frequent dormitory and a veranda with comfortable couches and some swinging beds for calming and refreshment. Jugaad has sleeping accommodation, assorted and for women’s shared as well as confidential rooms with weird and homely furnishings and the employees are most supportive.

The Hosteller, Saket
The Hosteller is a tourist’s hostel for foreigners which is positioned within on foot distance from Metro Station of Saket on the Yellow Line meaning it is trouble-free to reach the tourist attractions in Delhi but is distant enough to provide an quiet get away. It offers relaxed dormitories and confidential rooms, internet access with no charge and lockers, Air Conditioner, belongings storage rooms and provides a home cooked morning buffet. The hostel also arranges enjoyment, unusual parties to make a friendly ambience and has a completely prepared group of people cookery, frequent room with huge expected monitor, PlayStation and a documentaries and pleasant greenery, veranda.

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