The Best Party Hostels in Rio de Janeiro

Ah... Rio. First, there's the beach to while away the day. Then, there's the food. Finally, the bars and clubs will keep you up all night. When do you sleep? That's easy: on the airplane home after you're spent. But before then, make sure you check out the world-famous Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, the hot nightlife around Centro and the beach, and the amazing food along Av. Atlantica.

The following places to stay all offer a safe environment with plenty of fun options. Meet some other travelers and plan your days and nights together.

How much do hostels in Rio de Janeiro cost?

Average Dorm Price $16 ($1 to $72)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $61 ($12 to $326)
Dorm Bed: $35.00
Private Room: $65.00
Overall Rating: 77%
At Vila Carioca Hostel, you'll be more than a customer, you'll also become a friend. This hostel is run and managed by a group of young people. They keep the atmosphere light and friendly and you're sure to have a good tim. If you're interested in surfing, music, or alternative forms of tourism including trekking, climbing or hang gliding, then you've come to the right place. These young owners will go out of their way to make sure your stay is excellent and your experience is everything you had hoped during your time in Rio.

The staff really feels like family and they care about every individual guests. They'll take time to help you orient yourself to the city and make sure that all of your needs are met, even as its time for you to make arrangements to leave town. If you're looking to make a purchase the staff can help make sure you get a good deal without being ripped off by con men, cab drivers, or vendors.

With the price of your bed you'll receive a wonderful breakfast that is a self service style buffet. It includes coffee, tea, milk, bread, fruits, and cheese.

This is the hostel to choose if you're looking for the very best. Other features of the facility include air conditioned rooms during the night time hours, clean bathrooms and hot showers, no curfew, a barbecue and bar area, a nice garden area, places to sunbath, cable TV, internet, staff that speaks both English and Spanish, a reception area that is opened 24 hours a day, and a filling breakfast.
Rua Estcio Coimbra No 84 Botafogo , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,
Dorm Bed: $14.72
Private Room: $38.97
Overall Rating: 87%
The city of Rio is one of the most amazing cities in the world. People come here to party, dance, dine, and embrace a vibrant culture. The Che Lagarto Ipanema is a place where you can come to party like you never have before. It's located very close to the beach which is just one short block away. The only style room available at the hostel is air conditioned, shared rooms that have private bathrooms. There are storage spaces available under the beds and you can keep your belongings safe and secure. The rooms are kept clean and the beds are comfortable so you are ensured an enjoyable time at this popular hostel.

The staff is multilingual and speaks Spanish, Portuguese and English. The go out of their way to make sure each and every guest has a personalized experience that is exactly what they had expected. They do everything they can to make sure your stay is unforgettable.

This is a chain of hotels, so the prices are set in dollars and are locked to their own exchange rate. This is currently set at 1 U.S. dollar to $2.05.

You must pay fully in advance if you make a reservation for times like New Years or Carnival. The hostel will contact you after you have made your reservation, and if the full rate of the room is not paid then the reservation will be cancelled.
Rua Paul Redfern N48 Ipanema , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,
Dorm Bed: $55.00
Overall Rating: 91%
This lovely hostels was created so that travelers from around the world could come and enjoy the local, or Carioca, way of life. You can feel the breeze off the ocean and sip cold drinks as you relax in the sand. The hostel is located just one block from the beach and is in a short walking distance from some of the area's most popular bars, malls, restaurants and cinemas.

The building has been specifically designed with the traveler in mind. It's in a safe location and it meets international quality standards. It's a comfortable facility that has a few different common areas where you can relax and chat with other guests. It's a fun environment where you can make some new friends and enjoy a vacation away from home.

There's a handful of different facilities available to guests. These include a large, first floor common area that has a bar, breakfast area, a kitchen and a lounge. The kitchen can be shared by the guests and the lounge is equipped with internet, television, and a DVD player. There's also an outdoor area where you can feast on tradition Brazilian barbecue.

The staff at the hotel are helpful and hard working. They will do everything they can to make sure your experience is the best it can be in Rio de Janeiro. They have all kinds of useful tips and information on excursions, tours or day trips you might want to take.
Rua Cupertino Duro #56 Leblon , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,
Dorm Bed: $28.80
Private Room: $52.50
Overall Rating: 85%
This popular youth hostel in Rio de Janeiro is fully equipped with all of the amenities you could possibly need. There's a kitchen that is accessible to all of the guests and there's an in house chef that can cook up meals and serve them daily. Any number of international dishes are available.

There's a wonderful lounge that is the perfect place to hang out with friends after a long day exploring the city. There are frequent parties and dancing and drinks are often available. There's often a DJ playing music and you can learn any number of dances from the Brazilian samba to dancehall reggae. The bar is open late into the night serving any number of drinks.

The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable of the area. They can answer any questions you may have and are always available to address any concerns. They're from all over the world and this international nature means they speak any number of languages. They can also arrange tours or classes for you in any thing from hang gliding go rock climbing, dancing, or Portuguese language courses.
Rua Silva Castro 49 Copacabana , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,
Dorm Bed: $9.90
Private Room: $74.25
Overall Rating: 67%
The Vidigalbergue hostel is on the sea side in Rio, situated between the Leblon and São Conrado neighborhoods in the Favela of Vidgal. It is a safe area and a pleasant place to stay. It's only two kilometers from the Leblon area, which is arguably one of the best neighborhoods in this section of Rio. It is very close to many bars, shops, pharmacies, clubs, and restaurants so there is plenty to do without even having to hop on a bus. It's also only three kilometers from Ipanema and five kilometers from Copacabana, and is also close to any public transit connections you might need.

From the hostel you're provided with a breathtaking view of the surrounding area and the ocean below. You can see a very dramatic sunrise and sunset from this area as well. It is most impressive during the summer months. The hostel is quite peaceful and this is a nice natural pool set amid the rocks in front of the building. You can also access the nearest beach by walking only half a kilometer.

You are provided with a complimentary breakfast which is served to you on the terrace, from which you can take in the wonderful view while you dine. There are also frequent happy hours and parties on the terrace.

You'll have access to a complete kitchen that is fully equipped as well. You can arrange any number of tours through the hostel and take classes in samba, or anything else. There are frequent barbecues, parties, and live music as well.
Av. Niemeyer 314 - house 2 , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,
Dorm Bed: $11.36
Private Room: $7.10
Overall Rating: 72%
This hostel is uniquely different than most places you will find in the area. It's a new concept in a bohemiam part of the city. It's in the Lapa district of Ria and is close to the Arcos da Lapa. There's a major party atmosphere in this area and it is perhaps the best neighborhood to visit if you're looking to experience the true Brazilian night life.

The hostel includes breakfast which is served to guests every morning. There is also a lounge area and a bar with Wi-Fi access. There are dorms that are affordable and comfortable. They are safe and secure and you will have all of the peace of mind that you need to ensure that your belongings are okay.

The hostel has all kinds of amenities to guests. This includes bicycle rentals, ticket purchasing, and transfers to and from the airport or bus station.

The building itself is located in the oldest part of Rio, right in the middle of the city. The building has recently been fully renovated and it now welcomes travelers from around the world. It's only about fifteen minutes from the city's main beaches. These include the famous Copacabana, Ipanema, and Leblon.
Rua do Rezende, 43 Lapa , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,

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