Best Hostels in Portugal

Every year Hostelworld publishes a nice article with their Hoscars. They know a hostel can be one of the factors that you think when liking or hating a city. Based on their 12 million reviews, they publish the best hostels where you can have the best chance of gaining new friends, having new travel stories and, most of all, have a great experience. Remember, their Hoscars are based on different categories. Let’s see which hostel is best for you.

The House of Sandeman, Porto

Look at how cozy it looks! This Hostel features double rooms and dormitories for two, seven or 14 people. They even have dormitories just for girls! They also offer free breakfast in all the bookings, to ensure you don’t start your day with an empty stomach. Their reviews show that they offer a complimentary drink when you check-in and that they have a very nice environment overall. Hostelworld says this is a new Hostel that’s one of the best Hostels for Solo Travellers.

Goodmorning Hostel, Lisbon

With big clean rooms, a great location and a great breakfast, there’s no reason why you wouldn’t stay here. They offer both double rooms and dormitories with 4, 6, 8 and 10 beds. If you are a girl and you prefer to stay only with girls, they offer a special room for you. This accommodation was elected both as the best Hostel in Portugal and one of the best medium Hostels ( 76 – 150 beds)!

JustGo Hostel, Braga

While the city of Braga receives far fewer tourists than Porto or Lisbon, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t visit other towns. That’s why Hostelworld talks about the beautiful city of Braga. Again, this Hostel offers a great location, great breakfast and stunning views! They offer twin rooms and dormitories with 4 or 6 beds.

Serenata Hostel, Coimbra

A city with a great history comes also with a great Hostel. There’s no other Hostel with this kind of identity in every room you’re in. They offer the regular twin and double rooms, but also dorms with 4, 6, 8 and 10 beds. Even better, each booking comes with free breakfast, how about that?

Blue Boutique Hostel & Suites, Estoril

If you are planning a trip on the Estoril coast, you have the great option of staying at the Blue Boutique Hostel & Suites! They basically transformed a whole house into accommodation. With double rooms and dorms for 8 or 12 travellers, there’s plenty of time to meet new people during breakfast or along the way.

Final Notes

Now you know what are the best hostels in Portugal. If you’re thinking of visiting one of our cities, you can take a look at our top tips! Remember to meet new people and try to have a great time during your visit to Portugal!


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