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EDU Hostel Jogja Reviews

Jl Let Jen Suprapto No 17, Ngampilan, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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313 Total Reviews
  • 86%Value For Money
  • 88%Security
  • 75%Location
  • 85%Staff
  • 73%Atmosphere
  • 77%Cleanliness
  • 82%Facilities

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I really nice place to stay. Staff at reception is really nice and helps out with recommendation, etc.

  • 16th Sep 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Germany
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Yes the breakfast is pretty much just rice and a bit of egg, but it is SO good! Basic rooms, lots of common areas, and BEAN BAG CHAIRS! Rooftop terrace closes at 10 :(


At first glance the place looks great. Rooms are good with big lockers. The Wi-Fi only in the common area was annoying. Restricted rooftop access hours were silly. Breakfast was surprisingly good and varied. They overcharge for tours so watch out.


This is an OK hostel. It mainly housed Indonesian secondary school tourists when I was there, therefore the atmosphere is not that good. Men/women sleep in different dorms on different floors. Provides Indonesian breakfast like nasi goreng. Next time I'd stay in a different hostel with a better backpacker atmosphere.


All hostel facilities close at 11. A lot of insects. WiFi is awful. Staff are amazing, can organise your temple / bromo tours. Breakfast is rice - again. Wouldn't stay again.


Rooms were fairly clean, afew bugs in the bathroom but nothing too bad! Huge lobby area with bean bags and tv, big roof terrace with small pool around the edge. Free breakfast was rice. Nice and different! Fairly close to main sights, it's not expensive to get a tuktuk. Wifi can be quite slow and is only available in lobby and not in rooms. Good value for money


Very clean and comfortable. Breakfast was excellent!


This hostel was TOTALLY FULL OF COCKROACHES! They have them everywhere, espesiaaly in corridors and bathrooms. It was really disgusting.


I never taught i will get this clean and cozy place to stay with cheap price. I'll definitely will stay again in here when i back to Jogja.


The staff were always really friendly and helpful, they remembered my name and really helped us when we got screwed over on a tour to Bromo. Speaking of which, you should really change the tour company you use, they're awful. The only reason that facilities hasn't been put as a 'good' is because the wifi was so bad. This is now a standard expectation in a hostel so should be made better.

  • 14th Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


alot bed bugs, distressing, disturb our sleep and spoil our mood for the vacation

  • 11th Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Malaysia
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Modern hostel with good facilities. Rooms are cleaned daily and their local breakfast is the best (every day of the week a different meal). Nice lounge areas downstairs and on the roof top. The only thing is location... you have to walk 20-25 minutes to reach the tourist areas or you have to bargain for a becak ride every time. But in the end I enjoyed my week here very well.


Great hostel with amazing staff and good information on tours, only issue is the location is maybe a 20min walk from malioboro and the gangs streets... But still I would go back here 100%


Excellent location, 20min walk to malls, kraton, etc. Place looks relatively modern and clean. Good AC, bed, shower and all the basics. No bedbugs in male dorms at least. Good value for money. Slow WiFi which only works in the lobby. You can get a nice view of the city from the roof which is accessible by elevator.


For the price an excellent hostel, with almost European standards. Big plus is the awesome roof terrace with pool and great view over the city. Very nice staff, and a lot of tours offered. But you should ask everytime, what exactly is included. Ambience is very good given the vast size of the hostel. Downsides: Many bedbugs, a small cockroach here and there (like everywhere in Indonesia), and you can't open the windows, which sucks when you have a smelly dormmate, what we did.


Huge hostel with good facilities and helpfull staff. Best for groups.


Nice, clean and big room (6 bed), lot of mosqitos so bring repelent!!


Overall a pleasant stay, just a complaint about one of the female receptionist staff who refused to help us with charging our phones as we couldn't find any adaptors in jogja due to the holiday(most shops were closed). Thankfully, the other staff were friendly enough to help us.


Our first impression of EDU hostel wasn't that good, it looks big, empty, and the atmosphere didn't seem nice. But we were totally wrong! The rooms are very clean and so is the rest of the hostel. Breakfast is good (only rice though) and it's easy to meet new people in your dorm or in the 'chillroom'. The location is good, with just 10-15 min walk to the center, you are at malioboro street. We would recommend this hostel to everyone :)


The wifi is horrible, so hard to connect, and it's only on the lobby :s

  • 21st Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Mexico
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)

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