London’s Royal Tours


There’s still a lot expectation around the Royal Wedding and the life of the newly wed. To serve the tourists and the curious there are some tours to visit the most incredible London spots where the couple spent the first years after the meet.

There are several different tours. Lonely Planet has its owns iPhone App about ‘Royal London Audio Walking Tour’, which explains 13 sights from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace and has a recommended route but you’re free to change it. Read more

Reasons to visit Equity Point Marrakech


Sometimes internet users give you nice surprises. And that’s what happened at Tripadvisor with the amazing review of Equity Point Marrakech by Oneredpanther. It sounds more as a novel passage than an internet review. Take a look at it, it’s gorgeous.

Exploring Equity Point on the first day is like unexpectedly winning the millionaire-prize in the hostel lottery.

The dark yet comfortable reception gives way to a leafy fountained courtyard, myriad immaculately tiled corridors, shafts of light pooling from the open roofs, scrupulously clean bathrooms and finally the centrepiece courtyard flanked by white arched galleries surrounding a perfect four-stroke swimming pool. Overlooking the pool is a sumptuous divan outside the impressive 8-bed dorm.

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Lisbon’s Museu Nacional dos Coches


Portugal’s imperial past has left some magnificent treasures to Lisbon, and some of them are available in museums as the ‘Museu Nacional Dos Coches’, which has one of the finniest collections of historical carriages of the world. Now is one of the most visited museums of the city.

The museum was created by Queen Amelia of Orleans and Bragança and inaugurated on May 23rd of 1905. With a collection of carriages from 16th to 19th centuries made in Italy, Portugal, France, Spain, Austria and England.

In the ‘Museu Nacional dos Coches‘ there are around 60 carriages perfectly repaired and also you can find some pictures and antiques. The museum is located at Jardim do Ultramar at Barrio de Belém, just 20 minutes walking from Equity Point Lisboa.

Don’t get lost on your way to Equity Point Marrakech


The sinuous streets of Marrakech are a nightmare to tourists which get lost easily. With the aim to help our customers we’ve tried to ease their ways to Equity Point Marrakech by marking all the way to the hostel.

Both paths to the hostel, the one starting at Djemaa el Fnaa and the one starting from Bab Sour, have been marked with yellow and black paints on the walls to guide you right to the hostel. And the beginning of the way, at the Bab Sour, has a sign showing you the star of your way to the hostel.

We’re always trying to improve the service to our customers, and we hope none of you will get lost again. Just look for the marks on the walls.

Little Venice, just five minutes away from Equity Point London


Little Venice is an incredible and unique London neighborhood that will remember you the magnificence on the original Venice. The original name of Little Venice was referring to the point where Gran Union Canal meets Regents Canal, but nowadays all the area is known as Little Venice.

Little Venice is just five minutes away from our Equity Point London Hostel. It’s a perfect place to go for a pleasant walk and enjoy its superb restaurants, bars and cafes. Unarguably Little Venice is an area with an astonishing vive.

Little Venice is the perfect place to go for a morning waterside walk, and if you follow the Canal route north-east you’ll end at Camden in just 2.5 miles (about an hour walking), and through the way you’ll stroll across Regents Park and the London Zoo.