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Staying in a Macau hostel is a budget-friendly way to see the sights and travel without breaking the bank.

There are a multitude of clean and top-rated hostels that are worth staying here.

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The 5footway.inn Project Ponte 16 is a wonderful and affordable hostel in the heart of the city centre. It’s a good choice for solo travellers, backpackers, and even families travelling to Macau; you can choose from rooms with beds for 2, 3, and 4. The location gives you easy access to popular tourist attractions, and the area is quiet, so you can be sure that you can get a good night’s rest while here.

The IFU Hotel is popular among backpackers and business travellers; it’s beautiful with basic yet well-appointed rooms. They offer double, twin, and superior rooms, suitable for pairs or more.

A favourite Macau hostel for travellers worldwide is the City Inn Macau, which is near popular attractions, including Senado Square, the Ruins of St. Paul’s, and Monte Forte. The well-appointed rooms offer a full, cosy bed in a comfortable accommodation equipped with everything you need for a fantastic stay. The rooms all have air-conditioning, television, and free WiFi.

The Legend Palace Hotel is another highly recommended property, close to many tourist sights and built with grand palatial designs yet remains on the lower end of the price spectrum. It’s proof you don’t need to spend much to have a luxurious stay when travelling here.

Check out the Caravel Hotel, a famous accommodation choice for travellers. It has an on-site bar, a fitness facility, and beautiful rooms. It’s close to several attractions, including St. Anthony’s Church, Wall of Macau, Na Tcha Temple, Casa Garden, and many more.

Staying at any Macau hostel is always a great idea.

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