The Shared Experience
You don’t have to backpack through Europe to get the communal feel of a hostel, nor do you have to lower your standards and settle for anything but the best. New hybrid hostel hotels are the latest rage in the hotelier industry, offering something that regular hotels do not: meaningful and memorable experiences. Along with affordability and modern design, hybrids still have favorable amenities and privacy that travelers seek. These guest centric hotels are becoming increasingly popular with millennials and younger travelers looking to meet new people, discover new ideas, adventures and possibilities while traveling. Smile, chat, share a meal with a complete stranger; with shared spaces to meet and mingle, travelers have the ability to make new connections in an unfamiliar town. They are there for the city experiences, not just the hotel. They are looking to make social interactions while having fun exploring their surroundings. Staying at a hotel with likeminded individuals becomes very appealing to not only solo travelers, but anyone looking to share conversation. Travel is a right, not a luxury, and Found Hotels lets you do so on any budget. With a minimalistic concept, these boutique hotels do not skimp on amenities. They offer free Wi-Fi in public areas; there is a 24-hour concierge available to help guide you through the city, business center, public parking, family rooms, daily maid service, and a lounge or speakesy to unwind in. Guests at hybrid hotels have an innate sense of adventure. They are looking to live like the locals do. Eat where the locals do, experience the nightlife as if they lived there, and connect with each other on a more personal basis than at a classic hotel. Check in, drop your bags, and become one with the city. Find you wanderlust and make the most of your time away by seeing the world. Hybrid hotels let you do that.