Hostelworld celebrates its 20th birthday by hosting the world's biggest hostel parties
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Hostelworld, the online hostel booking platform renowned among students and young people, will celebrate its 20th birthday by hosting parties at ten destinations around the world. Travellers are invited to attend at hostels in destinations including Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Sydney and London.
Image credit: Helena Lopes on PexelsEach party has a theme based on a year from the past two decades, including "party like it's 1999" and "unicorn party". Venues are set to be kitted out with all the materials, including props designed to help partygoers celebrate some of the best moments that the last two decades have blessed us with. At each party, there will be a series of competitions and party games to encourage everyone to mingle, and all guests will be treated to one hour of free drinks. To join the party, simply download the Hostelworld app and book a bed at your favourite participating hostel. Guests unable to participate in person may join in the fun via live streams hosted by influencers on Hostelworld's Instagram channel. "Celebrating 20 years of Hostelworld is a momentous occasion for us. It marks two decades of hostel-goers from around the world meeting in amazing places, bonding over incredible experiences and staying in new locations," says Maryline Goldman, head of global communications at Hostelworld. "We will be connecting people from across the globe with our live Instagram broadcasts so they can feel part of the world's biggest hostel party celebrations. We can't wait for the world to party with us," she continues. The celebrations are inspired by Hostelworld's research which reveals that half of the young adults in the UK want to travel in order to create unique memories and have life-changing memories. The celebrations started on 1st August in Germany (Party Like it's 1999) , and the final party will take place August 20th in London (Birthday Party). Find out more on the Hostelworld website. Lead image credit: Helena Lopes on Pexels