By Mary Charie / 20/08/2018

RECOMMENDED HOSTELS IN VIETNAM:
Hostels I personally stayed

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Note: Prices are in US Dollars

To make sure that you will have an epic backpacking trip in Vietnam, you want to make sure that the hostels that you will stay are not only comfortable, it should be fun and fit for you.

I stayed in most of these hostels and had a great time! Hope this list will help you too. These hostels are affordable and a great way to meet other travellers! If you have any questions regarding these places, please don’t hesitate to write me.

Make sure you check out my Tracing Vietnam: backpacking in Vietnam guide.

Check out this 3 weeks in Vietnam itinerary for reference about the places you should see. If you want to be a little adventurous, you can check this motorbiking in Vietnam guide or these affordable motorbike tours in Vietnam.

TIP: Make sure you get your visa for Vietnam to avoid hassle. You can check this Vietnam visa guide to see if you need one.

Best Hostels in Hanoi

In Hanoi, you mostly want to stay in the Old Quarter or not far from Hoan Kiem Lake - these two are the areas where the fun begins and also where the top places to see in Hanoi are located.

See You at Lily’s

Mix Dorm bed: 6USD, Female Dorm:  7USD

Why is this one of the Recommended Hostels in Vietnam
These prices are for breakfast included. This hostel has a chill lounge which is a great area to meet other travellers and share ideas or tips. The staffs are accommodating and genuinely helpful to its guests which I really loved. I met tonnes of travellers here that turned into my new friends. Nesting right in the middle of the Old Quarter. Clean and spacious bathroom and dorm rooms.

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Vietnam Backpackers Hostel –The Original and Downtown

Dorm bed: $7 – Breakfast included

Why is this one of the Recommended Hostels in Vietnam
Location of both hostels is right at the centre. If you are looking for a party hostel, I highly suggest this place. Most of their staffs are travellers themselves who are willing to share secret tips about Vietnam. Private rooms and Dorm beds are both available. Great breakfast, free beers, cosy common lounge and a great party.

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Hanoi Rocks Hostel

Dorm bed: $6 – Breakfast included

Why is this one of the Recommended Hostels in Vietnam
Famous for its free tattoos and piercing every Friday, this party hostel is perfect for young travellers who love to party. Buffet breakfast is the one I liked in this place. The location is also perfect, right outside its door, you can enjoy the night market every weekend.

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Best Hostels in Phong Nha

Phong Nha is popular for its beautiful and mysterious caves. There are hostels in the main town and also home-stays that you can choose from. You can rent a motorbike from the hostels or nearby shops or you can just book a tour to explore this town.

Easy Tiger

Dorm beds: $8

Why is this one of the Recommended Hostels in Vietnam
A great hostel to stay where you can meet other travellers. However, take note that this hostel only accepts a minimum of 2-night stay (online booking). If you are staying for only 1 night, you can try to walk in and see if they have availability.

Best Hostels in Hue

Hue is a small town known as the start point of Hai Van Pass journey. IT is also known as the food capital of Vietnam. In the city centre, you will find most hostels are located. At night, there are parties in bars clubs, or even at the hostels that you can join. While there are also home-stays if you prefer a quite night.

Hue Backpackers Hostel

Dorm beds: 8USD – Breakfast included

Why is this one of the Recommended Hostels in Vietnam
With its good location, lively atmosphere and energised staffs, there’s no reason not to stay here. Take into account that this is another Vietnam Backpackers Hostels, a party hostel where you could meet your new travel buddies!

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Best Hostels in Hoi An

Hoi An is full of cute lanterns on its streets which charms everyone who pass by here. The Old Town is full of shops where you can get a customised dress, shoes, belt, bar, suits, swimsuits, and more for a good price compared to your home country. Hai Van Pass journey also ends here.

Under The Coconut Tree

Dorm bed: $7

Why is this one of the Recommended Hostels in Vietnam
I didn’t stay here, however, most of the travellers I met has been here and totally loved it. Thus I think it would a great idea to suggest this place. A homestay and a hostel at the same time, quite but a cosy place nearby the beach.

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Tribee Hostel

Dorm bed: $6
Why is this one of the Recommended Hostels in Vietnam
I didn’t stay here either, but a lot of travellers mentioned that they had great experience in this place. This hostel will give a chill and feel at home atmosphere during your stay, it is also a great place to meet other backpackers. Right in the centre where some attractions and restaurants are walking distance.

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Hoi An Backpacker's Hostel

Dorm bed: $7

Why is this one of the Recommended Hostels in Vietnam
Vietnam Backpackers Hostels also have their party hostel in Hoi An. A homey place with a swimming pool! Pub quiz and games in the evening.  Although it's not exactly at the city centre, the location of Hoi An Backpackers Hostel is still great.

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Best Hostels in Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City is a very busy city of Vietnam it is also more westernised than Hanoi. There is handful of hotels to choose from here either a party hostel or a place where ou can relax. The backpacker's or party street is called Bui Vien while the walking street is called Pham Ngu Lao. These two streets are very busy can loud at night. If you want a quite place to stay, look somewhere that is not on these two streets.

Long Hostel

Dorm bed: $6

Why is it one of the best hostels in Vietnam
For the chill side, you may want to stay in Long hostel. Close enough to the backpacker's street and must-sees but quite enough almost at anytime of the day. They also provide free breakfast and give free beer to their guest. The common areas are well-looked after and very clean.

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Flipside Hostel

Dorm bed: $7

Why is it one of the best hostels in Vietnam
Flipside hostel in HCMC is a newly built hostel, they have the first one located in Hanoi. This hostel is a perfect for party backpackers. They also have a roof on their top floor, party every night, and a bar that offers drinks and food. Flipside hostel take their guests to pub crawl visiting numerous bars and clubs in the city.

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I hope you found this list useful, if you have any questions, let me know on the comment section.

About the author

Mary Charie

She's the person behind this blog. Torn between her itchy feet and writing, Mary found herself soaking up in the world of travel blogging. She travels on her own terms and tries to build her own world whilst pushing herself into every corner of life, breaking limit beyond her capabilities.

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