If you do not have accommodation upon arrival in Ulm/Neu-Ulm, you can stay at a youth hostel, a pension or a hotel while you are looking for a room. It is advisable to book a room in advance.
- Youth Hostel Ulm, Grimmelfinger Weg 45, 89077 Ulm
Tel. +49 (0)731/384455, Fax: +49 (0)731384511, info[at]jugendherberge-ulm.de
- Youth Hostel Blaubeuren, Auf dem Rucken 69, 89143 Blaubeuren
Tel. +49 (0)7344/6444, Fax: +49 (0)7344/21416, info[at]jugendherberge-blaubeuren.de
- The Brickstone Hostel, Schützenstraße 42, 89231 Neu-Ulm
Tel. +49 (0)731/7082-559, Fax: +49 (0)731/7082-009, info[at]brickstone-hostel.de
- HC24 Homecompany, Bockgasse 3, 89073 Ulm
Tel. +49 (0)731/19445, Fax: +49 (0)731/1761888
- Hotels: www.tourismus.ulm.de/web/en or www.hrs.de
In Germany, youth hostels (Jugendherbergen) are non-profit, small budget hotels, usually with shared bedrooms. To stay in one of these youth hostels in Germany you need to be a member of either the German Youth Hostel Association (Deutsches Jugendherbergswerk, DJH) or Hosteling International (HI).
The annual fee for people under the age of 27 is €7.00, older people pay €22.50. You can apply directly at any youth hostel or online at www.jugendherberge.de/en/basics/membership or www.hihostels.com/info/membership.
In other countries, a membership may not be necessary to stay in a hostel. However, it is worth taking a look at the HI homepage and compare their prices with the ones of "normal“ hostels if you plan on travelling around Europe because you might get a discount (10 % per night for example in England) as a member of HI.
In Germany, a normal hostel is called “Hostel“, “Backpacker“ or “Backpacker Hostel“. To stay in those private hostels you do not have to be a member of any of the above mentioned organisations.