Luckily we’ve sought out some amazingly Instagrammable properties – with tiny price tags for each night you stay at them.
The catch is that they are hostels rather than hotels.
But don't let that bring back nightmares of school trips – as these places have amenities like air conditioning, home-cooked meals and beautiful views.
Read out for our picks of the most beautiful hostels in the world – many of which look as lovely as a five star hotel.
The Farm Hostel – Canggu, Indonesia
The Farm goes above and beyond the standard in hosteling and each room has large beds with curtains on for extra privacy.
All the rooms at The Farm are air-conditioned and have an en-suite with a traditional open shower.
Communal areas are equipped with yoga mats and bean bags for the ultimate relaxing stay.
Stay here for just £10.46 per night per person in July.
Abbey Court – Dublin, Ireland
Abbey Court is famous for its location in the heart of Dublin and is close by to Trinity College, Dublin Castle and Dublin Zoo.
Guests benefit from plenty of freebies including all-you-can-eat breakfast, secure laptop and passport storage and Wi-Fi, whilst the hostel also runs a free guided tour of the city in the morning and an infamous nightly pub crawl.
Stay here for just £11.77 per person per night in July.
99 Surf Lodge – Popoyo, Nicaragua
This lodge is a minimalist, eco-friendly and is right by the sea.
It was built entirely with local materials and the suites have glass doors and private verandas as well as an infinity pool.
In the evening relax at the lounge bar or sample some organic food at the onsite Taberna 99 restaurant.
Stay here for just £18.84 per person per night in July.
Santos Express Train B&B – Mossel Bay, South Africa
The Santos Express Train Lodge is a genuine train situated on the Santos Beach in Mossel Bay and all the cabins benefit from sea-facing views.
Four of the train’s fives coaches are identical with five compartments that sleep up to four people, two coupes that sleep two, a shower and two toilets whilst the fifth coach is divided into a 16-room dorm with a lounge and balcony.
The busy restaurant serves an all-day breakfast and meals such as steaks, seafood and traditional South African meals.
Stay here for just £11.67 per person per night in July.
Outpost Beach Hostel – El Nido, Philippines
A fun and social hostel located on El Nido’s sunset beach, guests can laze out in the sun on the beach, chill in the lounge or go island hopping during their stay here.
Dorm rooms are comfortable and clean, each with air conditioning, hot showers and bed-side light box.
The lounge has Playstation and Nintendo games consoles whilst the terrace provides spectacular 180-degree views.
Stay here for just £9.31 per person per night in July.
Bambuda Lodge – Bocas del Toro, Panama
Bambuda was recently voted the best hostel in Panama and it is easy to see why thanks to their newly installed 150ft waterslide that goes straight from the bar to the ocean.
The lodge is the only place in Bocas with a waterfront location but is still just a five-minute walk from town.
There is a coral reef for snorkelling and acres of jungle for exploring whilst on site there is a restaurant too.
Stay here for just £15.60 per person per night in July.
Rodamon Riad Marrakech Hostel – Marrakech, Morocco
Just a ten-minute walk from the famous Jamaâ El Fna Square, this hostel offers a rooftop terrace and bar with views of the Atlas Mountains and the Kotoubia Mosque.
The hostel is situated in one of the Medina’s best locations and all rooms have air conditioning.
There's also a free Wi-Fi as well as games area, TV area and swimming pool.
Stay here for just £12.28 per person per night in July.
Sun Online Travel previously revealed the cheapest, most Instagrammable spots to visit this summer – including Italy, Latvia and Portugal.
Source: Read Full Article