We all love a good night out from time to time, some of us more than others.
And while out with friends on a boozy sesh, we may stumble into a nightclub despite saying at the start of the night we wouldn't go anywhere near one.
Well, these two women certainly did not want to be at a nightclub as they checked into their hostel for a nice, chilled evening.
But Harli-Almaz and her friend who goes by the name of Cramped Up, were left utterly confused when they found out their 'quaint little hostel' turned into a club.
Taking to the popular video platform TikTok, Harli-Almaz (@harlialmaz) posted a short 25-second clip of the friend's experience in the nightclub hostel. Watch it below:
She captions the video with: "Of course this would happen to us" - suggesting they really had no idea.
At the start of the video, the pair are standing up in the room, looking undecided as to whether they want to laugh or cry to the loud beat of 'Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)' by Bob Sinclair and Cutee B.
On screen text read: "So we didn't realise our quaint little hostel turns into a club, and our room has no soundproofing."
The TikToker then opened the door to the hostel, where you see a club with music, lights, the lot, all of which in front of you.
But the pair appeared to find the funny side to it, well until bedtime, at least.
They danced in their room with the door open, allowing the flashing lights to come in.
Harli-Almaz even brushed her teeth to 'Give Me Everything' by Pitbull - a real club favourite.
But as you'd imagine, the two women got sick of it as they really did need to get to bed at some point.
At the end of the video, the friends are lying on the bed with the music still as loud as ever.
But they are struggling to hold the laughter, so they obviously enjoyed themselves somewhat.
And it does appear that Harli-Almaz's friend did somehow get to sleep, with her saying in the comment section of the TikTok: "idk how I fell asleep."
The video has gone viral on TikTok with over 1.3 million views and close to 133,000 likes.
Many people were left shocked that the hostel is even a thing, as TikTok users had mixed feelings on it.
One person said: "I’d be scared someone would wander into my room honestly."
And a second added: "The music is fire, I’d forget about sleep."