Backpacker's Inn

@pogi253 (1587)
September 17, 2012 8:39pm CST
At this time, airline companies offer lots of promo fares at different destinations. Some of my friends recently availed such promo in going to Malaysia. They said they check in a backpacker's inn and had a good experience staying in such place anyway. Have you ever tried staying in backpacker's inn? It is a place where private rooms and mixed accommodation rooms are available but has common restroom and bathroom for the guests. If not, are you willing to stay in such place when you are in a holiday travel?
5 responses
@ravisivan (14055)
• India
18 Sep 12
In these days we prefer staying in rooms with separate rest room facilities. We can use it whenever we need it and true when I was young I am accustomed to using common restrooms and bathrooms. so we reduce the outward trips to a limited extent.
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• Philippines
18 Sep 12
For me, I guess there'd be no problem in sharing common restrooms or bathrooms. I hope they'll put five or more especially if their place is big and can occupy many guests. If it's only one of course that will cause inconvenience to all guests. Thanks for sharing and happy mylotting.
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@sishy7 (27596)
• Australia
23 Sep 12
Backpacker's Inn is quite popular here especially among young tourists or travelers. Some of them are here for an extended time up to few months, and such accommodation would be the most economical. They are conveniently available mostly in the heart of the City Business District where it is walking distance to public transportation stations, shops, and eating places.
@maximax8 (28558)
• United Kingdom
23 Sep 12
In my younger days I happily stayed in a dorm bed in a youth hostel and a backpackers inn. The dorms typically had bunk beds and were for 4 to 12 people. Now I travel with my kids I need to have a private room with space for 3 or 4 people. I need to have ground floor accommodation or there to be an elevator as my disabled son is in a wheelchair. Staying at a backpackers inn it is easy to make new friends with other nationalities and hear tips about traveling in that area.
@bokal2703 (802)
• Philippines
19 Sep 12
My friends and I have tried staying in a guest house in one of our Asian country trip. So far, the one that we stayed at has very nice room and clean restroom and bathroom. The accommodation also comes with breakfast and free flowing coffee. I can say that even we have the restrooms shared with other guests, it was kept clean so the experience we had there was good. Staying in backpackers inn can save you money which you can allot for other expenses throughout the trip. You just have to look for a guest house with good reviews