It is widely known the fact that the hostel business is very competitive nowadays, all over the world.  The hostel owners know how important it is to provide essential information in various languages to the international guests.  Unfortunately, many hostels overlook to translate certain useful tips for their guests.
Which are some of the forgotten translations that can make a hostel stand out from the rest when it comes to the international guests?
  1. Weather forecasts
Weather forecasts are generally presented daily to customers in the form of online posts or a written notice that hangs above the hotel’s reception desk.  Unfortunately, a lot of foreign guests cannot take advantage of them, since they are often displayed only in the hostel’s native language.
  1. Check-in forms
Check-in forms represent the first direct contact among guests and the hostels’ representatives.  It is crucial that they are easy to fill out.
3.Tourist guides
Almost every decent hostel in the world offers free tourist guides that contain maps, tourist attractions and valuable information regarding the area.  Make sure these tourist guides are available in different international languages.  For example, if you decide to stay at Manly Bunkhouse, the friendly staff will help you get the most of Manly with tips and to do’s for every taste.  Needless to say, the staff can even help you find a job, for those looking for a work experience in Australia.