So many hostels around the world have an amazing decor. These ideas we are showing you can be also used for your own home decoration. Take a look at those hostel design ideas with a creative mind. Oops Hostel, Paris (France)
A nice hostel that is unique in the world is within your reach: Oops Boutique Hostel is a true Parisian. It is set in a typical Haussmannian building of the 19th century, with mid-century designrooms with a view on the Pantheon. A truly local project by French architect Philippe Maidenberg and artist Daniela Millas gives invites you to dive into a colored universe, filled with lights, shapes, and textures. Pantokrator, Corfu (Greece)
Pantokrator Hotel is built in the typically Mediterranean architectural style where the amphitheatrically setting of room blocks provide a village-style environment and stunning views. The interior decoration makes them each one of a kind while large balconies with their stunning views over the Ionian Sea, Corfu town, the Greek mainland and the Albanian coastline ensure a tranquil carefree summer holiday. LoLhostel Siracusa, Sicily (Italy)
If you visit the Siracusa archaeological park by day, you will feel right at home returning to the historic LoLhostel with beautiful stone walls. It has all mod cons including internet, a fantastically fashionable guest kitchen where you’ll be proud to rustle up your own cheap Sicilian dinner and a sunny courtyard with cheerful umbrellas. Hostel Fair, Belgrade (Belgrade)
There is a nook and cranny for every mood: read a book, browse the web in their top notch media centre or throw together a meal for a few fellow guests in the luxury kitchen. The ambient light features are sculptural and there are ample bean bags and cushions for lolloping on. You’ll never leave! But not because you are stuck in Eli Roth’s Hostel horror! Lisbon Calling Hostel, Lisbon (Portugal)
The bunk beds are works of art! These multi-storey wooden platform beasts are tailor-made, so you leggy lot can forget about getting cold feet! Splashes of orange and lime green bring together old and new with the wooden floorboards and neutral stone walls. The lighting design is so unique and fun!