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Proper Alternatives To Traditional HotelsTravelling the world is all about experiencing new things and pushing yourself out of your comfort zone. Some people like to engage in daredevil stunts, while others prefer to socialise and get to know the locals... and there are plenty of other ways to enjoy your breaks too. Of course, though, visiting hotel after hotel can start to get a little samey after a while... So, to help you out with this, this post will be exploring some of the best options you have to shake up your accommodation choices. Hostels Hostels are designed for travellers on a budget who only need a place to sleep and store their belongings. Places like this will rarely come with any special features, with some only offering shared rooms. Of course, those looking for luxury won’t want to choose an option like this, but anyone who wants an adventure could get a lot from a place like this. Choosing to stay in a hostel will be much cheaper than a normal hotel, while still providing you with the same key benefits. Most cities and large towns have hostels available to travellers. [caption id= align=aligncenter width=861] Image Source[/caption] Private Accommodation (Airbnb) Private accommodation has seen a huge surge in the travel market in recent years. Services like Airbnb make it possible for people to rent out their personal properties without having to spend loads of money on fees. As a guest, you will also save money, while benefitting from being able to stay in a more homely place. This can give you the chance to see far more of a city than you would from a hotel, and you will have a lot more choice when it comes to exactly where you stay. [caption id= align=aligncenter width=855] Image Source[/caption] Serviced Apartments Alternative accommodation doesn’t mean that you have to give up on things like luxury. Serviced apartments can offer a very similar experience to staying in a normal hotel, only you will be in your own building and won’t have to share most facilities with other guests. Short Term Lets from London Serviced Apartments can be ideal for this sort of option, giving you the chance to stay in a fully serviced apartment that does not have many of the downsides of a hotel, while retaining all of the benefits. Camping Finally, as the last idea on this list, it’s time to think about an option that many people wouldn’t really consider - camping. This sort of accommodation has become a lot more comfortable in recent years, with self-inflating air beds, automatically pitching tents, and massive battery banks making it possible to enjoy a similar experience to the one you’d find in a hotel. Of course, though, you can’t escape the fact that you’re in the great outdoors entirely... and that is surely the main attraction of this type of accommodation? Choosing an alternative form of accommodation can be a great idea. This will spice up your travels, giving you something extra to look back on when you think about the trip. At the same time, though, it could also show you just how much you love hotels - but this also makes it worth a try! Happy Travelling! Kate *This is a collaborative post which may contain affiliate links. **Kate Loves Travel does not own the copyright for the first two post images. The header image and camping image are copyright Kate Loves Travel.