INTERNeX Canada: Hostelling International – Summer Party Silver Sponsor

INTERNeX is happy to introduce a Silver Sponsor for the upcoming INTERNeX summer party 2012: Hostelling International – Canada. See our Summer Party event page for more information on this party of the summer 2012! Thank you Hostelling International for supporting this awesome event.

Hostelling International (HI Hostels) was founded when a German schoolteacher, Richard Schirrmann, wanted to provide a place for students to stay during class trips. The first hostel was located in Altena, Westphalia, Germany and HI has continued to expand ever since.

Hostelling International is now one of the top hostel networks in the world. There are numerous hostels in both Canada and the United States, as well as in many other worldwide – 4000 hostels in 90 countries to be exact! This global network of hostels makes travel much more affordable for students just about anywhere.

When you stay at an HI Hostel you will have a truly unique experience.

Not only will you be provided with a place to stay but you will also benefit from all the extras that hostels have such as fully catered kitchens, common spaces, free Wi-Fi and many other great facilities. Most importantly you will also be provided with an opportunity to meet new people and experience Canada like a local.

Hostelling International is a not for profit organization whose mission is to help all, especially the young gain a greater understanding of people, places and cultures.

If you would like to know more about the organization, membership benefits and hostel locations please visit their website: Hostelling International

Also, we sell Hostelling International memberships in our office. If you would like to purchase a year’s membership, feel free to stop by and we will set you up! The card gets you hostel and travel discounts not only in Canada but worldwide.



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