Hostel Hacienda Bled Reviews
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Staff were rude. Obsessed with telling you to clean. Wifi was not good and bag security wasn't good . Had a good experience still due to others staying in the hostel. Would not recommend due to the aggression of staff. But lived lake bled.
The worst hostel we have ever stayed at. The staff were rude, the facilities were disgusting, the rooms were tiny, the location was further away than advertised AND they advertised they had WI-FI but they didn't. We had no internet during our entire stay making planning for our next stop and contacting home very difficult. The staff were extremely rude and even a little weird. They shouldn't be advertising Internet and great location because they have neither.
No wifi. Wasn't shown around, only by luck found the games room, bar, and shagging matress downstairs. A bit of a hike out of town, but a pleasant hike.
Pros- picked us up from train station very early in the morning and allowed us to check in and use room well before the standard check in time Con- locks on doors hard to use and there's no one at reception, owners just pop in and out Note- not really a hostel- it's a house that is used as a hostel
Staff seemed pre-occupied and only interested in getting your passport and money. My 5 bed dorm room had one plug socket located over one of the beds making it virtually inaccessible to anybody else. An extension should be provided to give everyone a fair chance. Was told the WiFi only worked in the garden, the kitchen had a repeater station, presume the WiFi was fed from a nearby property in any case i and others couldn't connect, staff not interested. Avoid if other option available.
Nice hostel which is more guesthouse style as only a few rooms, also only saw one lady running the place who was friendly enough but didn't speak much English, a little far out of the town but only a 15 minute walk and 10min drive to the train station. We didn't have a lock on our room door but there were lockers in the room so we could keep our valuables safe. Rooms and facilities all good, however there was no AC and in the middle of July this made for a pretty sleepless night!
Staff were rude and not very secure - no lockers
The hostel is a small house, 15 minutes walking from the center of Bled. They rent bicycles that is a good advise for people that want to see everything in a short period of time. The staff are nice and always helpful. For young people is a nice place to stay because is always full of travelers
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
Should have more then one key per room and staff should not be so rude to their guests, also wifi was only accessible from a small patch at the side of the house. Lockers in the bedroom had broken keys stuck in them and so were unusable.
When I first got to the hostel at 1pm in the afternoon there wasn't anyone inside the actual hostel so I rang an intercom and the staff answered coming to the actual hostel 5 minutes later.. This wasn't good enough I think there should be someone on reception 24 hours but at least someone should be there when it's check in time. The wifi is terrible and is only receivable in one part of the garden. The hostel doesn't give you a key for the room at all so you just have to leave your door unlocked
Run by 1 lady and 1 man from what I could tell and they were both very nice and helpful. Short walk from the lake & town. Has an amazing basement set up but the place was completely dead! Only me and my mate there. Saw a few small cockroaches about the place as well but it seemed clean
Could do with slightly better directions to the hostel. Other than that it's difficult to fault