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Koh Tao Hostels

Koh Tao hostels are popular among young and price-conscious travellers. You can have the option of sharing a dorm room with others, but some hostels also have inexpensive private rooms.

No matter which room you choose, you can be assured of a relaxing stay on the island. Check out these popular hostels for your next getaway.

Koh Tao Hostels, Cheap Backpackers On The Beach & With A Pool

The AVA Hostel and Guesthouse is well-loved for its clean and bright accommodations. Rest and relaxation is a priority, which is why the beds are ultra-soft and comfortable! Shared and private rooms are available; Wi-Fi is accessible throughout, and toiletries are already provided. Meet other travellers at the bar, or walk to the nearby watering holes and restaurants.

White Jail at Koh Tao Hostel is popular among fun-seeking young travellers. It’s just a five-minute walk to the nearest beach, and all rooms are air-conditioned for superior comfort. Some units feature a terrace or a seating area, but the hostel also has a bar, shared lounge, gift shop, and tour services for all your travel needs. Whether you go with a bunk bed or private room, you can’t go wrong with this hostel.

The Hive Hostel in Sairee Beach is a charming hostel with mountain views and thoughtful amenities. There are barbecue facilities, a coffee maker in each room, a bar, and family rooms for your enjoyment. It’s also pet-friendly, so if you want to visit with your furry friends in tow, let them know! The Hive Hostel is an excellent choice whether you’re travelling solo or with friends.

Sleep Inn Hostel in Mae Haad offers shared bunk bed accommodation in a terrific location near the beach, as well as the town proper. All rooms are fitted with great air-conditioning, and they also offer bike rental and tour services. Sleep Inn Hostel has its own ATM, so you never have to worry about cash.

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