67 Comments on "Living Cheap in NYC — This Room is $50 / Night"


  1. "Don't do anything too private." aahahahahaa.

    I've stayed in two hostels, one in Winnipeg and one in Chicago. The one in Chicago was, as my sister called it… a clustersmurf. And the one in Winnipeg was just out of some guy's house, and my sheets were dirty. Gross. But this one looks nice, I'd give it a chance.

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  2. I pick the hostile in puerto Vallarta mexico by the ocean 100 to 1 you kidding me Dan that looks horrible there in newyork

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  3. That's pretty cool i was thinking about traveling to NYC, but thought it would be too expensive, this makes me rethink it 🙂 thanks bro

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  4. You should go to the good spots like in queens, Bronx or Brooklyn you’ll be surprised when you’ll find in this communities

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  5. Cool for that price yes!! Specially in New York City.
    You sound better from your last video 😊 Saludos!!

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  6. No culture no people no music but good price!!comeback to Mexico visit some farms,factories,old cities,ruins,rivers,cenotes,beaches,or the different food in the street there's a lot of things to dig!!!

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  7. Weather is outside is frightful! lol that song come to my head. Lol 😂
    Actually really nice place for $50. It’s nice that they have the light and plug. So convenient.

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  8. my sister lives 3 hours away from new York city and she does not like it lol los angeles here looks like heaven compared lol

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  9. Esta padrisimo ese hostel Dan me gustan mucho tus videos. Que chistoso que ahi encontraste una "casa mexicana" 🤗

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  10. Canada…Mexico…Mexico…BAM—-NYC !!! I can’t keep up. And another YTer went to a hostel in NY——for $45. It looked a little bed-buggie & not as nice as this one. You did well in telling us about this one…very good trade out !!! Thanks !!!

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  11. Saludos mi cuate Dan have a good times and excelent travels in NY and be safe take care carnalito welcome back to Vallarta

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  12. Does anyone know of any channels similar to Dan’s, but have good content in Argentina or Spain, since I may be going there soon?

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  13. I've never stayed in a hostel and I never would, apparently I fart in my sleep and am a heavy snorer, so I wouldn't be very popular with the other guests lol

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  14. I love staying in hostels, it's so great to make new friends while traveling and also saving a TON of money! great video dan!

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  15. Hopefully we’ll see you in Southern California in the future, Dan.
    TJ, Rosarito, Ensenada and Valle de Guadalupe are a short drive away. Keep up the great work.

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  16. Que le ves a USA… Si es casi parecido a Canadá…misma cualtura, mismos edificios, misma gentes, mismo etc.

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  17. I miss Mexico 🙁

    However I’m glad to be on this new journey with you! Keep up the great work dude 🙂

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  18. That is way fancy for a hostel. I love hostels. You have to interact with different people. That's what makes them great. I am not a people person, so that is a good ice breaker for me.
    It would have been good if you showed some of the free activities that they have in that hostel. Keep it in mind for next time.

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  19. Great video, thank you very much! We've interviewed other great travel bloggers about their mistakes when trying to travel cheap https://wavefindyourfriendsblog.com/2018/12/13/epic-mistakes-travel-bloggers-travel-tips/ I am sure you have many to add too! It could be great to listen to them!

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  20. I stayed at this hostel a few years ago. Was there almost 3 weeks as I transferred to a college in NYC. Due to unforeseen circumstances, I ran real short on funds. The manager paid for my stay for a few days and gave me money for food. When I tried to repay his money a few days later he refused to accept it, and told me to pay it forward. I have nothing but good things to say about this hostel and the staff. The best I’ve been too hands down.

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  21. Danny can you tell me the difference between the hostel and the Airbnb, price and which one do you think is
    More reliable and comfortable, also the requirements to rent either one of these. Take care. 🙏🏼👍🏼🇲🇽🇨🇦

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  22. Wonderful video! My teenage children want to visit NY. This is a wonderful place to stay. Thanks for sharing. By the way I miss your videos from Mexico 🙁

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  23. Me suscribí a este canal solo por la frase que dijiste de México 🇲🇽 so thanks you're already a Mexican brother 😉👍🏼

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  24. Nice video..im leaning towards staying here on my NYC trip..but i dont know yet because I prefer to find a place that is quiet at night when I want to sleep. I love to party but when Its down time…its down time..hiw is this place in terms of noise at night

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  25. Stay here for a week i really recommend this place nice staff and tour volunteer also! Sharing room wasnt bad since i would only go to sleep

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