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Save more and stay safe this fall

Get away from home for a bit and explore your own country this fall! We've got special deals and great rates at hostels across Canada.

Fall Deals

Looking for some extra privacy?
Check out our wilderness rent-a-hostel program.

Midweek 3-Night Special

HI Jasper

Save more when you spend three nights midweek

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7-Night Stay Special

HI Montréal

Stay for a week in a private room and pay as little as $400!

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Monthly Special

HI Montréal

Student, remote worker or digital nomad? We've got what you need to sleep tight.

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It's STILL on us!

HI Ottawa Jail

Book a 2-night stay and get a $100 discount!

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September is the best time to visit the Rockies

TAKE IT FROM A LOCAL

I love my backyard. When your backyard includes the mountains around Lake Louise, it's easy to understand. I’ve always thought that the Lake Louise area is home to some of the most spectacular, jaw-dropping one-day hikes in the world. Yes, in the world. The places you can go, the scenery you can see—in just a few hours from your car and back—are astounding. Sure you hear some complaints about the crowds, and it’s true: the shores of Lake Louise and Moraine Lake in July or August can be very hot and very busy. That's just one reason September is the best month of the year in the Rockies. But there are more...

5 Places to get all up in Canada's fall's colours

GET OUTSIDE

For a lot of us, the end of summer is bittersweet. It’s the end of long, sunny, warm days, lazy evenings and weekend adventures. But it also means the beginning of fall. Less sweat! More sweaters! And, of course, fall colours. Sure you can wander the streets to admire the vibrant orange, yellow and red foliage on your favourite maple tree, but here are some of the best ways to get out there and actually do something among the trees as the seasons change no matter at spots across the country including Algonquin Park, Banff National Park, Charlevoix and more.

Stay Safe

As always, we're committed to keeping our guests and staff safe. We've implemented a number of changes to ensure our hostels adhere to strict distancing and disinfection protocols. Not all of our hostels are open right now, and some areas of the country are restricted to visitors.

Enhanced Cleaning

Enhanced Cleaning

We’ve beefed up our already strict cleaning practices and will ensure all high-touch areas like doorknobs and shared surfaces are disinfected frequently and in accordance with public health guidelines.

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Distancing Measures

We've reduced the capacity in our shared rooms to only one person per bunkbed, unless you're travelling together as a group. Unfortunately, we'll be cancelling any hostel activities for the time being, to avoid bringing groups of people together.

Reduced Capacity

Reduced Capacity

In addition to placing clear instructions in shared spaces around physical distancing requirements, we've also reduced the capacity in our shared spaces. You'll find a maximum occupancy sign outside each space—from kitchens to elevators. 

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Privacy Options

We've increased the availability of private dorms wherever possible. That means at some hostels you can choose to book out an entire dorm room for yourself or your party. This is in addition to our existing private rooms, many with their own ensuite washroom.

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Guest Protection

Hand sanitizing stations have been placed throughout our hostels. We also encourage you to wear a cloth face covering if you’re unable to keep your distance, and most hostels will have disposable masks available for a small price.

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Staff Training

Our staff have received additional training on hygiene protocols and procedures as we continue to monitor and implement industry and public health best practices.