5 Best Hostels In Las Vegas, Nevada

John Cedrick
John Cedrick 
Contributing Writer
Updated
| 3 min read

The wondrous city of Las Vegas! Does that ring any bells to you? If it does, then it’s best to stay quiet just like the saying goes—"What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!“ If not, then you’re missing out on a lot. Popularly known as Sin City, the Gambling Capital of the World, the Entertainment Capital of the World, and many other names, Las Vegas is well-put on the map. Every imaginable nightlife activity and other wild yet wholesome recreations are hosted in this city. Which is why Las Vegas is deemed a must-visit. Receiving tons of visitors yearly—with local or foreign roots—Las Vegas boasts a ton of exquisite hotels and accommodations. It is home to superb hostels as well, which are great alternatives to the luxurious options that saturate the city—and they offer the same levels of comfort and convenience some hotels provide. Check out the best hostels in Las Vegas, Nevada, to start your day with a blast!

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status, recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on June 01, 2024.

1. Hostel Cat Las Vegas (from USD 43)

This hostel is located within the same area of Sin City Hostel, which is within walking distance from Stratosphere Casino and at the north end of Las Vegas Strip. This property is a dormitory-type accommodation that offers private and mixed-gender units. It is suitable for big groups of travelers because each room features two bunk beds. Each room features an air-conditioning unit, heater, locker, refrigerator, microwave, and free WiFi. You can also cook here as it’s equipped with a shared well-stocked kitchen.

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Bungalows Hostel

7.1 User Rating Wifi Available

Address: 1236 South Las Vegas Boulevard
1.75 km (1.1 mi) from Fremont Street Experience

Parking Garden Terrace Non-smoking rooms Facilities for disabled guests Games room Internet services Billiards

2. Sin City Hostel (from USD 36)

Sin City Hostel is perfect for those “drop off and leave” guests—who tend to spend the whole day outside. Situated within a quiet suburb north of the tantalizing lights and blaring sounds Las Vegas is known for, this hostel provides you with a quiet and peaceful stay. It boasts free WiFi, daily breakfast, and a prestigious limousine tour around known landmarks of the city every Thursday. All units are air-conditioned, with hygienic shared bathrooms and two comfy single beds. Also, there are BBQ facilities and a games room with a billiard table, along with an entertainment staff to guide you accordingly.

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Sin City Hostel

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: 1208 Las Vegas Boulevard South
1.65 km (1.1 mi) from Fremont Street Experience

Non-smoking rooms Facilities for disabled guests Internet services Express check-in/check-out Safety deposit box Tour desk Heating Fax/photocopying

3. Las Vegas Hostel (from USD 17)

Located within walking distance from downtown Las Vegas, Las Vegas Hostel offers a stark contrast in terms of ambiance as compared to other establishments located in the middle of Las Vegas Strip. This accommodation features a quite luxurious interior with furnishings that are well-designed and cleverly placed. Featuring spacious rooms all fitted with big flat-screen TVs, this hostel is a perfect option for those wanting a little luxury, but within budget. Each room is equipped with free WiFi, an air-conditioning unit, and en suite bathroom. Moreover, the property feature a games room and pantry where you can play billiards and hang out, respectively. Las Vegas Strip is within only a few minutes by car from this hostel.

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Las Vegas Hostel

Address: 1322 Fremont Street
1.33 km (0.9 mi) from Fremont Street Experience

4. Shalimar Hostel (from USD 53)

Only a few hostels can boast an outdoor pool among its amenities as well as a luxurious look, but Shalimar Hostel is one of them. Another hostel located at the north end of Las Vegas Strip, this accommodation features classy hotel-like rooms. These fantastic rooms are complemented by a private balcony that offers a bird’s-eye view of the pool and surrounding area. The balcony is definitely a great place to relax and sip your morning coffee. The rooms here feature free WiFi, an air-conditioning unit, an en suite bathroom, and a TV.

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5. Travelers Bed & Breakfast Hostel (from USD 109)

Boasting quite a classic look in both its exteriors and rooms, Travelers Bed & Breakfast Hostel offers a quiet and relaxing stay for its guests. It’s equipped with all convenient amenities, and each room features two double-sized beds, a flat-screen TV, and free WiFi. There is free private parking here as well. All the guests of Travelers Bed & Breakfast Hostel have access to a friendly front-desk staff for assistance.

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Travelers Bed & Breakfast Hostel

Address: 1502 Las Vegas Blvd S
2.08 km (1.3 mi) from Fremont Street Experience

Parking Air conditioning Laundry Security alarm Smoke alarms Free parking WiFi Available On-site parking

Experience Las Vegas all within budget

Las Vegas is quite an expensive city to visit if you wish to put a check on all your to-do list during your stay. Fortunately, this city is home to convenient and reasonably priced hostels for travelers such as yourself. So book one of these hostels in Las Vegas and devote your extra money to splurge on the best the Sin City has to offer!

Any must-sees we missed? Tell us about them in the comments section or write a post here to help out fellow travelers!
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Based in Manila, Philippines, and born and raised there, John Cedrick is a Civil Engineer by profession with a deep-seated passion for writing. He aspires to establish a renowned blog while...Read more

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