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Villas El Encanto Cozumel – The ideal refuge to find harmony of body and mind.

Published on August 30, 2009 By Encanto

A new concept of lodging, the ideal place to relax and feel like at home. Villas “El Encanto” is a family business, personally attended by the owners. Inspired by the Mexican minimalist Architecture, surrounded by tropical gardens and jungle. The ideal refuge to find harmony of body and mind, pleasant environment, where professional staff will […]

Madrid, Spain Top Pick – Hostal Madrid

Published on August 27, 2009 By Lauren D. Collins

Madrid is the capital of Spain and a city of over 3 million people.   Situated close to the geographic center of Spain, Madrid’s main attractions include three internationally acclaimed art galleries, a royal palace, grand public squares, and many museums filled with treasures of Spain’s history.  The city is surrounded by it’s own small province, the […]

Lourdes France Top Pick – Appart Hotel Victoria Garden

Published on August 27, 2009 By Luis R. Hernandez

Lourdes, France is a medium sized village in the south of France, bordering the Pyrenees Mountains that straddle the border of France and Spain.  From this town, many outdoor activities are available, including hiking, biking, fishing, water sports, etc.  But, Lourdes is primarily know as a veritable theme park of Christianity.  The sanctuary of Lourdes […]

Hostal del Cardenal is the place to stay in Toledo, Spain

Published on August 13, 2009 By Lauren D. Collins

Picturesquely sited on a hill above the River Tagus is the historic centre of Toledo. Behind the old walls lies much evidence of the city’s rich history. The Romans built a fortress on the site of the present-day Alcazar. The Visigoths made Toledo their capital in the 6th century AD, and left behind several churches. […]

Great Stays in Eixample, Barcelona

Published on August 11, 2009 By Luis R. Hernandez

Barcelona has one of the greatest collections of Art Nouveau buildings of any city in Europe, and more of this style of architecture than any city in the world.  The style, known in Catalonia as Modernisme, flourished after 1854.  This was when the city decided to dismantle the medieval city walls to make room for development.  […]

Your Hostel’s Information Translated into 14 Languages on the Internet

Published on December 14, 2008 By Lauren D. Collins

Want to gain a major boost in traffic and online exposure for your hostel? HostelTraveler.com has introduced a major service level enhancement for it’s hostel partners worldwide. Now, when you list your property with HostelTraveler.com, we translate the information you submit into 14 different languages. We then publish your property on 14 individual multi-lingual webpages, […]

Tour and See Hostels Before You Visit!

Published on November 16, 2008 By Lauren D. Collins

We want to tell you about a great new feature HostelTraveler.com and Instant World Booking have just introduced for hostels and their guests alike. Hostels who display their information on our network of sites can now include unlimited photos on their listing. So why is this so great? You can now view everything there is […]

Welcome to HostelTraveler.com’s Hostel Corner

Published on April 4, 2008 By travelexpert

Welcome to HostelTraveler.com’s Hostel Corner. Here we invite our partners far and wide, including youth hostels, budget hotels, inns and guesthouses to post their comments. Whether you’re in the modern or medieval cities of Europe, the mountains or beaches of South America, or the far reaches of the Far East, tell us about your hometown, […]

Introduction

Published on March 17, 2008 By travelexpert

Hi All, This is Hosteltraveler.com travel expert. Unique places, personalized services, best deals are what have given us the privilege of serving our customers better each day. We keep getting reviews, views, experiences that our customers are kind to share with us. Hence, with this blog, we are starting with a few reviews as they […]

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