Hostel Bas-Rhin, France

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Cleaning at Blue Canary Hostel Strasbourg

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What you offer


Hours per week
Help out and collaborate with your host only a few hours per week.
Help clean the kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms and common areas.
Help with changing the bed linens and general housekeeping.
Additional Fee
This host charges a fee in addition to the cost of the Worldpackers annual plan.
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What you get


Days off per week
Have some time off for yourself, go explore the city or rest for a while.
Shared Dorm
You will have a bed in a shared room, which means you will share the same room with other travelers.
Team Dorm
You will have a bed in a shared room, which means you will share the same room with other people.
You are entitled to a free breakfast, every day of your stay.
Discounts on Accommodation
Get discounts for your stay in other hostels.
Free Laundry
You can use our laundry room freely.
Free Tours
We’ll take you on tours and rides around town. For free!
Get free drinks or beverages.
Drink up! Get free and tasty drinks for yourself.
Free Parties
Get free entrance for the best parties in town.
Free Events
Get free entrance for the best events in town.
Pub Crawls
Be a part of our pub crawls at local bars!
Use our equipped kitchen
Feel free to use our kitchen and make your own delicious food.
Get help from the Worldpackers support team in case you need it, at any point of your trip.
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The Experience

The hostel is right in the center of the city in a 400 years old house. It's composed of 2 dorms for 6, and 2 rooms for 2 or 3 volunteers each (so total max 6 volunteers), and 2 annexed flats. Your role will be to help for changing beds and cleaning flats.

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Additional Fee Required

This position is "half volunteering" (15 hours per week instead of 30), so remains to pay 10€ per day to cover accomodation cost, reduced to 60€ per week if you stay more than 3 weeks.

What's not included

Flights, Travel Insurance, Internal Transportation and Visa

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Stay at least
2 weeks

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It was my first experience as a volunteer and I found it very nice. The city is incredible. As for the hostel, it's pretty cool. The negative point is that they don't respect your work schedule so much and ask you for things when you are on your free schedule.


BlueCanaryHostel replied

Hi Larissa, could you explain about which more things you are talking about ? The shifts are really clear and we respect them so I don't understand the point… Sure that when you were there, the team of volunteers was small, so sometimes some emergencies to manage, but now wit th a team of 6/7 volunteers, each one only does his hours, even less !

Hong Kong (Sar)

It is my first WorldPacker experience as well as my first time being a hostel staff, and I am glad that it happened in this hostel!
Thomas is a great host who is open minded and friendly, you can discuss anything with him like changing duties, places recommendation...etc. His parents live in the hostel too and they are helpful and friendly.
Since the hostel is relatively new, you can even contribute your thoughts into the operation of the hostel as well as the bed allocations, it just like running the hostel together with Thomas and his parents and other staffs, I learned a lot from them!



It was a pleasure to be in Strasbourg and have this amazing experience. I'm thankful for having this opportunity



Strasbourg is amazing City. The hostel is administered by one family. It's like a family's house. They have two flats, and the distance between them is around 100 meters. I had to clean all the flats, change and clean the sheets, make the beds, take out The trash, do the check in and the check out. One thing that have to be better is about the time to work, most time you don't have lot of things to do directly, but if come people in the morning, in the evening or in the night you have to stay there and wait. The flats don't have reception. The internet is good and you can clean your clothes.


BlueCanaryHostel replied

Thanks Tha ! It was the beggining, now we have a reception, and it's organised on clear shifts for each volunteer :)


This was my first worldpackers experience and liked it so much.
Thomas and his family are really nice and welcoming.
Tasks are simple and easy. Some days are more busy than others but there's always time to get to know the beautiful city of Strasbourg.
Even though I couldn't meet Thomas personally because he was on the hostel at El Hierro, he was always in contact.
I would like to go back to Strasbourg if I have the opportunity. I spent a really nice time and met awesome people! I will never forget this.
Thanks Thomas for giving me the chance to be part of this and for being so kind!


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