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Opening up your very own hostel is a great way to break into the travel industry. You'll be a business owner who gets plenty of face time with people from all over the world. Plus, opening up a hostel can be an outlet for creativity while earning an income. If you want your hostel to be successful in today's competitive market, check out these top tips.
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The word "hostel" conjures up a variety of images for the novice and experienced traveler alike; bunk beds, saving money, strangers snoring, new friends, and bed bugs are just a few of the myriad of impressions that people have, deserved or not, about staying in hostels.
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It's perfect for solo travelers who want to mix and mingle but also value their privacy, and at 45 euros per person for a single room it's a welcome addition to the budget space in the pricey French capital.
Forget everything you know about youth hostels -- the squeaky bunks, the communal baths, the dude from Poughkeepsie who's been backpacking for two weeks but has totally seen the world, man, and U.S. imperialism has, like, got to be stopped.
Planning a trip -- especially an international one -- is a difficult task when you're trying to find the best of everything at a reasonable price. For those of us on a strict budget (practically all of us), value becomes that much more important.