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1026 N 9th St
Phoenix, AZ, 85006
United States


Come see what the BUZZ is all about!

Phoenix Hostel & Cultural Center



To bring all, especially the young, together to experience the beauty of our shared humanity

through travel, cultural exchange, and social justice.

Who are we?

The Phoenix Hostel & Cultural Center is a traveling organization that caters to international travelers, tourists, students and people of all ages who want to experience the world with an affordable budget.  Our hostel offers a combination of common spaces, gardens, reading rooms, dorms spaces, private room, and family rooms to meet the needs of our diverse guests.  We are also a vibrant cultural center that curates and hosts artists from all over the world.  We are the only accredited hostel in Arizona, and have won numerous awards for our unique programs, cultural events, and style.  Our guest list includes:   Manu Chao, Ana Tijoux, Olmeca, Shining Soul, Hojarasca, Logan Phillips, Los Cambalache, Entre Mujeres, and Simon Ortiz.  We have all the amenities you for a safe, fun, and unique travel experience.  If you are looking for one of the most unexpected and exciting places to stay in the US, come to the desert and enjoy the Phoenix Hostel & Cultural Center! 

Where are we?

The Phoenix Hostel & Cultural Center is located in downtown Phoenix, in the trendy Roosevelt Row Arts District, and only 1 klm from the lightrail.  Our location is within walking distance to public transport, lightrail, sports arenas, concert venues, galleries, museums, bars, clubs, and cafes.  

Office Number:  602.254.9803


Address:  1026 N. 9th Street / Phoenix / AZ / 85006

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Check-in Hours: 

8 am - 12 pm (Noon)

5 pm - 10 pm 


Upcoming EventS:

First Friday's Art Open Mic by Aliento (Every First Friday)

Join Aliento and the Phoenix Hostel & Cultural Center every First Friday for an open mic celebrating migrant justice and arts!


This weekend, we host Borderlands Theatre Company as they bring their play to Phoenix.  The play centers on the true story of one community's struggle to save the Mexican American Studies program in Tucson, Arizona 2011.  

Tickets are free for our hostel guests.