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Euro Hostel Glasgow Reviews

318 Clyde Street, G1 4NR, Glasgow, Scotland

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75%

Rating
3411 Total Reviews
  • 78%Value For Money
  • 77%Security
  • 87%Location
  • 74%Staff
  • 64%Atmosphere
  • 69%Cleanliness
  • 73%Facilities

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54%

- Bettwäsche war schmutzig. - Duschen waren dreckig und voller Schimmel.

  • 18th Dec 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Germany
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


63%

Very average large hostel mainly filled with workers and families and very few backpackers or travelers. It depends on what you are looking for in a hostel but this place wasn't for me.


57%

Nice and worth the money, but the hostel was very large and quite empty during the holidays... this made it a challenge to meet anyone. Also, they don't have any mixed dorms, so my brother and I had to split up for the night which wasn't ideal. The staff were very helpful, but again, the atmosphere was a little uncomfortable... perhaps it would be more lively in the summer.


74%

It was an alright hostel comfy clean rooms however it is huge and was woken up every time someone caught the lift as it seemed very old and made a lot of noise!


80%

You get what you pay for here - pretty basic, but has what you need for a short stay. Large hostel which means atmosphere is somewhat lacking. We were in a twin private room which had an ensuite and a TV with breakfast included for only £12 a night so you can't complain about value! Location is good - within walking distance to just about everything. Main complaint was the weird high pitch noise that was coming from outside and didn't stop all night, but not sure if the hostel is to blame there.


63%

Great location but has too much noise in the rooms, isn´t the best place for a good night of sleep.

  • 15th Dec 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Brazil
  • Female, 31-40
  • (1 review)


77%

It was a very nice place to stay, everything was very close. In the centre, people were nice and friendly. In the room you need to buy the wi-fi for £2, if you want towel its £2 but there is a really good bar down stair, where you can use free wifi and enjoy television. I personally feel it was very nice.

  • 15th Dec 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Pakistan
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


77%

It was a bit annoying to have no plug sockets in the room, apart from that an excellent hostel, especially regarding the price.


40%

Not impressed with this Hostel, left a day earlier than planned because it was such a hovel. Some staff were good to deal with, but most couldn't have cared less. A girl beneath my bunk checked in and they hadn't changed the sheets from the previous occupant. Showers with no locks, Said breakfast was included but wasn't - which was the main reason I stayed here, not paying over £4 for toast and cereal, RIPOFF. I always stay in hostels but this one was well below par. Don't stay here.


83%

This hostel is very central and has the basic necessities you need when travelling. It's no frills and the lift's are definitely a challenge when you want to get your bag down from 8th floor. WiFi is more dependable the closer you are to the ground floor but works well in dining area. I didn't mind this hostel, and its really a case of what you make it. I had a short 3 day stay and the in house bar \ restaurant didn't disturb my sleep and is a way of meeting people.


63%

an average hostel in a great city. There are no other better hostels though there


89%

location was okay, you can walk almost every place from the hostel. nice staff not a party hostel.


83%

Euro Hostel is a very large, high-rise, hotel-style hostel where you get exactly what you pay for. No frills in the decor or atmosphere and not exactly targeted at traditional backpackers but for quick stays and a clean, simple place to sleep you couldn't ask for more. The private rooms are an absolute bargain. Cheerful staff in reception :)


86%

Great location in a GREAT city. Would stay here again bruz


86%

The place is really big and lacks a bit of backpackers atmosphere… but good value for money..


89%

Great hostel, so cheap it only cost us 12 euro each a night for a private room with bathroom. Room was great and clean, definately stay here again. Close to everything you need in Glasgow.


100%

I was super impressed with this hostel. I came in with really low expectations (partly because the price was so low) but there is nothing wrong with this hostel. It's a big place, but the rooms are nice and things were clean just fine. There is a ton of space to hang out and cook. Good, FREE, WIFi throughout the building. And they include a simple breakfast which you can upgrade for a couple pounds to get a full breakfast. Staff was nice, can come and go 24hrs/day. Nice location!


69%

Wifi, which was stated as available for the hostel was not available on the 9th floor where me and my friends were staying. there was 3 of us and none of us could access it when we went upstairs having no problem accessing it down stairs.

  • 15th Nov 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Ireland
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


97%

Elevators are slow slow slow, mattresses could use an update. Overall it was a good one night stay.


77%

We only stayed one night here but the facilities were fantastic. Very clean, and very modern. Location is a bit out of the way from the bus station but apart from that it is fine.


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