Rooftop Spa? Shark cage diving? Sleeping underground? Have an adventure this summer...
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If you’re looking a trip with a difference this summer you might want to check out these unique hostels, courtesy of HostelsClub.com. From rooftop spas in Seville to a disused train on the beach in South Africa – your adventure starts here... Rooftop spas in Seville from £10.70 per night Accommodation at Oasis Backpackers’ Palace starts from £10.70 per person, per night with HostelsClub. This is Seville’s newest hostel, located in the heart of the city, within walking distance of Seville’s museums, cathedral, bull ring and narrow medieval streets. Take advantage of all Seville has to offer before heading to the hills and exploring the breath-taking national parks. Make the most of this deal with HostelsClub and you could soon be relaxing in the roof-top spa of Oasis Backpackers’ Palace, whilst soaking up amazing views across Seville! This price is based on one person sharing in a large, mixed dorm. Santos Express Train Lodge, South Africa, from £10 per night Head to Mossel Bay, South Africa, and stay in the unique Santos Express Train Lodge with HostelsClub.com from as little as £10 per person, per night for a private room. The hostel, situated at Santos beach in the heart of the famous Garden Route, is simply known as ‘The Train’ by locals as visitors are given the opportunity to sleep on a real train parked on the beach. The hostel offers single, double and dorm rooms as well as a restaurant, bar, beer garden and sun deck. Mossel Bay provides an array of leisure activities including horse riding, shark cage diving, surfing, bungee jumping, game drives and hiking. Sleep in a capsule in Japan from £20 per night
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