Should I Choose a Host Family or Hotel While Studying English in the U.S.?

When preparing to study English abroad in the States, there are a lot of different factors to consider, and where to stay is high on that list. Given the option of staying in a hotel or with a host family, which should you pick?

Host families offer a supportive living environment where you can get to a local family or individual, and immerse yourself in American culture. Living with a host family and taking part in activities with them provides the opportunity to practice your English regularly within the context of American culture. You’ll also have breakfast and dinner prepared for you daily.

Hotel stays, on the other hand, offer privacy for independent students who prefer having their place to themselves, or those going abroad with family. You can even opt for a hotel room with a kitchenette if you like to prepare all your own meals. Hotel stays can be a more expensive option than homestays but for some students, the private environment is worth the cost.

Still not sure which to choose? Take a quick quiz to find out which is right for you!

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