Best Hostels For Solo Female Travellers 


Planning to travel solo? Yes, that sounds like an epic plan! And guess what can be more perfect - when you find an ideal place to meet fellow backpackers as a solo-traveller and where would that be? - It's Hostels.

However, there are few things to take care of while finding and booking a hostel as a female solo backpacker; from the location to security to room safety and transport are some of the key elements to consider! While you still decide on your next destination, read on to this article, which will help you choose the best suitable hostels for a safe stay and travel experience.

Located in the centre of Siem Reap, just miles away from the famous Pub Street in Cambodia, this hostel is the largest, newest and most modern for women solo travellers. This hostel is also close to the Siem Reap River and Old Market, so exploring near by places is just a walk away! Offering amazing design, atmosphere, and facilities, Lub d Siem Reap is a Khmer-chic inspired property that includes a swimming pool with swim-up pool bar, great lounging areas, games area and the rooms are spacious too.

Where: 7 Makara Street Wat Bo Village, Siem Reap, Cambodia

What's so special: If you’re a nomad, blogger, entrepreneur, or just looking for a working space while you travel, the property also offers a Garage Society co-working space and has got you all covered!

Price: Rs. 833.39 for Single Bed in Female Dormitory Room per night and Rs 700 for Single Bed in 10-Bed Dormitory Room

What’s nearby: Take some time to visit the Siem Reap Art Centre Night Market; take a walk at the vibrant Pub Street and Old Market; visit the Angkor Wat temple

Unlike many hostels in Chiang Mai, Stamps Backpackers Hostel offers the most uber chic concept of a semi-private sleeping pod which can be very intriguing. Offering a variety of room options such as single-bed pod dorms, shared bunk-bed dormitories, this hostel also has plenty of amenities, interesting activities for guests to get together and chat about their days, or just start out the night! The hostel also provides takeaway for breakfast so you don't go on your tours hungry!!!

Where: 1/11 Chaiyapoom Road, T.Chang Moi, Amphoe Muang Chiang Mai, Chang Moi, 50300 Chiang Mai, Thailand

What's so special: Chang Moi is a great choice for travellers interested in street food, sightseeing and local food and this hostel is a perfect and popular for solo travellers.

Price: Rs. 2,750 per room for two nights approx.

What’s nearby: Take a walk to the Wat Chiang Man which is 700 m from the property; Visit the Tha Pae Gate too; Check out the Sompet Market and other places such as Warorot Market and City Art & Cultural Centre.

Located in the historical and elegant district of Chiado, Lost Inn Lisbon Hostel is considered to be the most friendly hostels for women solo travellers. Just five minutes walk from the Metro and Train Station Cais do Sodré, the hostel is close by to the many fashion bars, clubs and restaurants in town. Offering several dining areas, the hostel also provides a comfortable common area to socialize, well equipped with couches, reading area, luggage room and musical instruments.

Where: Beco dos Apóstolos, 6, Misericordia, 1200 000 Lisbon, Portugal

What's so special: This hostel is well equipped and modernly decorated in a casual chic decor, providing travellers a comfortable and high quality stay.

Price: Rs 1,623 for Bunk Bed in Superior 6-Bed Female Dormitory Room

What’s nearby: Visit the Bairro Alto nightlife hotspot, with its many bars and nighttime establishments; Take a walk at the Lisbon city centre in Marquês do Pombal Square. Visit Belém, and the scenic Glória Lift, which provides sweeping views over the city

A hostel for everyone, RomeHello Hostel is the best place for solo women travellers. For all the culture queens, beer lovers, tattoo artists and selfie snappers - the layout of this hostel is as friendly and comfortable, and is beyond its imagination! The staff is welcoming and you can also enjoy the super funky activities. The RomeHello aims to offer a holistic experience; not just a bunker to crash.

Where: Via Torino, 45, Central Station, 00184 Rome, Italy

What's so special: If you want to meet a mix of culture, you can reserve a bed in one of their larger en-suite dorms and guess what? Each of the bunks provided has an individual lamp, USB charger, and a personal shelf.

Price: Rs 1,841 for Bunk Bed in Female Dormitory Room

What’s nearby: Visit the Spanish Steps; the Vatican City. Another great choice is the Central Station if you are interested in architecture, history and roman ruins. Other points of interest include Trevi Fountain; Pantheon; Colosseum and Piazza Venezia

What sets this hostel apart from the other hostels is the incredible social atmosphere. Hostel One Budapest is a clean and offers a comfortable living for women travellers. The staff working here are travellers themselves, and are very welcoming to parties. If you want to enjoy the best of Budapest, this hostel is an ideal destination. Whether, you're in a small group and want to meet others; this place is still perfect for you!

Where: 1075 Budapest, Rumbach Sebestyén utca 6., Hungary

What's so special: The hostel offers free daytime activities, evening events which gives you an opportunity to mingle with fellow solo travellers.

Price: Rs 826 for Bed in 8-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

What’s nearby: Visit the State Opera House; Spend some time at the Christmas Market at St Stephen's Basilica; Take a walk at the Károlyi Garden or you can also enjoy a show at the Uránia National Film Theatre.

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Thank you for the article! I used to rent property in Thailand to stay with my girlfriends but now I know that there is a hotel option as well. Maybe we will plan to go to Lost Inn Lisbon Hostel this summer. Would be interesting for sure.
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