Moe Lodge in Newquay has been recognized as the UK’s top hostel in LateRooms.com’s annual awards
If you’ve been reading The Travel Hack for a while, you know that we always recommend staying in a hostel when traveling on a budget. Hostels are great if you’re traveling in a group, on a tight budget, or visiting an expensive destination where half of your hotel bill can easily be wiped out.
If you curl your toes when you hear the word “hostel,” I can tell you that hostels have come a long way in the past decade. Hostels are no longer bleak rooms with squeaky bunk beds, dirty bathrooms, and kitchens that look like they haven’t seen Mr. Muscle erupt since. No, hostels are often stylish, quirky, cozy, homey and sociable places. Choose from a variety of rooms, including affordable 10-bed dorms, double rooms, family rooms, and small dorms for 3-4 people. Many hostels also have female-only dormitories for women who don’t want to share with strangers. This will also reduce the risk of sharing it with someone who snores. It’s an interesting place with a variety of guests, including young families, solo travelers, couples, and groups of friends.
There are still some unsafe hostels out there, so it is very important to read guest reviews before choosing a hostel.
If you’re looking for a hostel in the UK, it’s easy as LateRooms.com has compiled a list of the UK’s top 10 hostels. LateRooms.com has launched the 2016 Simply the Guest Awards, the UK’s only hotel awards based solely on genuine guest reviews.
Let’s start with the winner…
LateRooms.com has today announced Newquay’s Mor Lodge as the winner of the UK’s Best Hostel award. This hostel has received near-perfect reviews on the LateRooms.com site over the past 12 months.
This modern hostel is located in the heart of Newquay and sets high standards. Enjoy stunning sea views, all rooms with private bathrooms, a popular bar and an on-site surfing school. The hostel is decorated with local artwork and is located just 400 meters from the beach!
Moo Lodge Marketing and Operations Manager Rachel Tassler says guests have included everyone from touring band members, a backpacking couple in their 80s, a Sri Lankan sailor to a fluffy white rabbit!
“We are thrilled to have won this award as it is a testament to the hard work and passion of the entire team at Mo Lodge.”
The LateRooms.com Simply the Guest Awards are the only industry accolade determined solely by genuine guest reviews, so this is truly an achievement that is testament to our team’s absolute dedication to guest satisfaction over the past year is.
The Annual Hotel Awards recognizes and recognizes the best standards in the hotel industry across a range of categories and is the only award in the UK that focuses solely on reviews and ratings left by guests. Customers can only leave a review after completing their stay at the hotel. This means that over the past year, Mo Lodge has continued to amaze the people who matter most: our guests.
Other finalists in the Best Hostel category are:
- YHA York (York
- Tartan Lodge (Glasgow
- YHA Liverpool
- YHA Whitby (Whitby
- Lledr House, Dolwyderan
- YHA Cardiff Central
- Euro Hostel Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne
- Euro Hostel Glasgow
- Alpha Hostel (Margate
What is the best hostel you have ever stayed in in the UK?