Accommodation

Great Sleeps

Days spent exploring new cities require a great night’s sleep. When we drop you off at the door of one of our recommended places to stay, we want you to feel like you just got home. Choose the type of accommodation suited to your budget from thousands of possible options!

Save €€€s

Booking online through MyTrip, you can choose the type of room to suit your budget, from larger dorms to private ensuite rooms. You save €€€s every time you book as there are no booking fees. We also guarantee you will not pay above the market rate for your beds and often they are even cheaper.

How much will it cost?

A good rule of thumb for accommodation would be around €15 to €30 per person per night. An average two-week trip will cost you around €280 for accommodation. If you book through MyTrip, we’ll give you 5% of the total amount back in BedCred. Visit busabout.com/bedcred for more details.

Stay with Busabout

We hand-pick one great place to stay in each city so you don’t have to. It’s the best value for money option around. All of the places we stay have a combination of all these great qualities:

PICK-UP/DROP-OFF
We will pick you up and drop you off right at the door.

LOCATION
Stay close to the city centre and save on transport.

ATMOSPHERE
Stay with other passengers and make new friends from all over the world.

ROOM TYPES
From dorms to private rooms, choose the right one for your budget.

RATINGS
We check the ratings frequently to make sure you get the best value for money.

WIFI
We aim to select properties with great free WiFi.

...OR CHOOSE YOUR OWN If you prefer to choose your own accommodation, we offer thousands of other options on MyTrip. From hotels to apartments and villas to campsites, there’s an option for every budget!

Fun Hostels and great camping spots

Our city centre hostels are the best budget options available in each destination. Europe is a big place and the idea of 'budget accommodation' means different things in different places. Some destinations have purpose built backpacker hostels, such as the fantastic Wombats in Munich and Vienna, which have all the facilities a modern backpacker could want – en suite bathrooms, power points for all the flash-packing gadgetry, internet, an awesome bar and a vibe that is second to none – all in the middle of town. In these places not only will you find a comfortable bed but will be able to party until the wee small hours and have the help of the staff on how to spend your days.Budget HotelsAt destinations which do not have backpacker-style accommodation, we have sourced the most suitable budget accommodation available. These tend to be 1 or 2 star hotels which offer a safe, secure and clean place to lay your head. Paris and Nice are examples of this, however both are in the middle of the city with all the delights on their doorsteps. Camping Villages in destinations where accommodation is expensive we have our third and favourite accommodation type - camping villages. Whilst these places tend to be away from the city centre they are all well connected by public transport and make up for it with their value and facilities. We have three camping villages: Camping Jungfrau in Lauterbrunnen, PLUS Camping Jolly in Venice and Camping Roma in Rome. It's possible to camp at these villages however we would recommend the cabin-style accommodations.Why are they called villages? Well because the facilities are as long as you arm! In Lauterbrunnen Hans & Ruth will welcome you with supermarkets, bike hire, restaurants (the Rostis are unmissable), unparalleled local knowledge on nearly every mountain adrenalin sport you can think of and probably the most memorable night-spot on the network – the Bombshelter. Camping Roma also deserves a special mention with recently installed air-conditioned cabins with fridges, a swimming pool, beach volleyball, restaurants and a bar that will revitalise you after a day exploring Rome

Budget Hotels

At destinations which do not have backpacker-style accommodation, we have sourced the most suitable budget accommodation available. These tend to be 1 or 2 star hotels which offer a safe, secure and clean place to lay your head. Paris and Nice are examples of this, however both are in the middle of the city with all the delights on their doorsteps.

Camping Villages

In destinations where accommodation is expensive we have our third and favourite accommodation type - camping villages. Whilst these places tend to be away from the city centre they are all well connected by public transport and make up for it with their value and facilities. We have three camping villages: Camping Jungfrau in Lauterbrunnen, PLUS Camping Jolly in Venice and Camping Roma in Rome. It's possible to camp at these villages however we would recommend the cabin-style accommodations.

Why are they called villages?

Well because the facilities are as long as you arm! In Lauterbrunnen Hans & Ruth will welcome you with supermarkets, bike hire, restaurants (the Rostis are unmissable), unparalleled local knowledge on nearly every mountain adrenalin sport you can think of and probably the most memorable night-spot on the network – the Bombshelter. Camping Roma also deserves a special mention with recently installed air-conditioned cabins with fridges, a swimming pool, beach volleyball, restaurants and a bar that will revitalise you after a day exploring Rome.


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