Help out and collaborate with your host only a few hours per week.
Help with check-ins, check-outs and attend to guests.
Exchange and wash bed linens. Make the beds.
Help clean the kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms and common areas.
Help with booking systems and payments.
Have some time off for yourself, go explore the city or rest for a while.
You're part of a team! Get to know them in your dormitory.
Get your free breakfast, the most important meal of the day.
Free lunch is served y'all, get yours!
Have your free dinner before going to bed.
Drink up! Get discounts and order a few drinks.
There's a special place where all the clothes get cleaned for free.
Party on! Get free parties and party all night long.
Hop on my bike, baby! Free to use bicycles.
I enjoyed my stay in Vienna, working with Jamie and Lycia, and with the owner of the hostel, Clemens. The hostel is amazing, the perfect place to chill and meet people from all over the world. The problem of it is that there are too many tasks for volunteers and too much pressure and working hours. It's perfect when there are three people, but most of the time there were only two. Nevertheless, generally speaking I have a pleasant memory of my two months working for Prime Rooms.
My time at Prime Rooms started on a high note, but ended quite sourly. I intended to stay for a full 3 months, but when the "supervisor" changed after the first it became unbearably toxic, and I ended up leaving about 3 weeks into the second month. I felt over worked and under appreciated, which is not what one expects from a volunteer position. Staff accommodation was also substandard.
This host replied all travelers in less than a day in January!