Best Bend hostels

Top tips for finding the perfect Bend hostel

  • Bend is a popular destination for Oregon locals and travelers alike, due to its proximity to several hiking trails and famous mountain views. Booking a hostel in Bend gives you a great base camp for hikes in the nearby mountains, without the high price tag of local resorts, hotels, and vacation rentals. Booking a hostel in Bend also gives you access to a handful of commonly hostel-specific amenities, like shared kitchens and spacious common areas, where you can meet and mingle with other travelers.
  • When looking around for a hostel in Bend, you’ll be booking in two specific areas: the downtown area and the foothills just outside of town. When you book a hostel in the downtown area, you’ll be at the doorstep of local restaurants, shops, and convenience stores, while booking a hostel outside of town will put you closer to the hiking trails on Mt. Bachelor, the South Sister, and the rest of the outdoor landmarks and activities that Bend offers.
  • For solo travelers, choosing the right hostel can make or break your vacation. Bunk and Brew is one of the best local hostels for solo travelers because of its local amenities, complimentary breakfast, and the on-site barbecue facilities. When you stay at Bunk and Brew, you’re just steps away from the shops, restaurants, and breweries of the downtown Bend area.
  • If you’re traveling to the Bend area with a group of family or friends, you’ll need to book a hostel that can comfortably accommodate your entire party. The LOGE Bend has several different room options to host groups of varying sizes. With their dormitory-style rooms and their double, queen, family, and king-size room options, The LOGE Bend can accommodate even the largest groups. This hostel also features easy access to biking and hiking trails for you and your group to explore.

Where to stay in Bend?

Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Bend by showing you the exact location of each hostel.