Red Nest Hostel Valencia Reviews
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Zentral gelegen, sauber, mit allem was ein Hostel so braucht. Ist allerdings sehr groß und daher etwas unpersönlich. Die Mitarbeiter sprechen alle auch Englisch, scheinen jedoch manchmal Valencia selbst nicht so richtig gut zu kennen. Daher sind manche Wegerklärungen ein bisschen dürftig. Aber Sie sind nett und freundlich! Gut wären eigene Schlüssel für die Gäste, falls die 24h Rezeption mal doch nicht so gut klappt...
The atmosphere in the hostel is amazing! the only negative point could be the showers which are really small and there was no space to put or hang your stuff. A few more sockets in the dorms would great too. All in all a really nice hostel! The staff was really, really friendly and helpful and the massive kitchen is a big plus!
The facilities in the hostel itself were quite disappointing. There were only two computers for the entire hostel, and at one point only one of the computers was working. I would have graded the hostel a lot lower if it was not for the lovely staff that I had met. Both the Claudias (the Irish one and the Mexican one), Ivair, Farouq, Joanna and Tanner were all amazing! Very friendly and very welcoming.
I really recommend this. Good location, nice and spacious common areas and rooms. Nice atmohphere in the hostel and all the facilities. Best relation quality-price.
A great stay. Lovely hostel equipped with great facilities!
Nice hostel in a good location. Staff were very friendly and helpful.
Great hostel with very helpful staff! We stayed during Fallas festival so it was a bit crazy and very busy in the city. Our room was very clean but the large shared bathroom needed a bit more attention (really guests could be more considerate themselves). Security getting into the hostel was excellent but there were no lockers in the room which is always ideal. We had a great time and the hostel was bustling with life. Nice lounge area and patio. Large kitchen and eating quarters. Great place!
Normal, clean, not far from stuff. The only negatives were - I didn't get my 5€ room key deposit back. The morning receptionist woke me up to let me know I could sleep 30 minutes more so I couldn't actually sleep, and then she didn't come back to see if I was out - and i chatted with my roomate until 13:00 - I could have just slept! The other receptionist were nice, kitchen is a cool place. The bed situation a little confusing - no numbers where they should be. But a nice place in general.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
Just spent one night here. All fine except a fair amount of noise from the street. There was a spacious bathroom. Must be sufficient for all people if hostel is full.
Very close to sightseeing during the day and plazas to chill in at night. Not very social, doesn't have a clear/convenient common area to socialize. Very clean, hot showers, quality kitchen. Secure, large lockers. Quality hostel, but lacks a social/community vibe.
The hostel location is amazing. It's a bit older but it was always very clean which was great. The staff is hit or miss, though. You can definitely tell who wants to be there and who doesn't. I imagine it'd be much better during the summer time.
The hostel was absolutely great, but the atmosphere wasn't very good, there should be an age limit.
Staff are very friendly and helpful; they go that extra mile to help you. I am English but learning Spanish but Staff can help you in both languages which was really helping my confdence to practice Spanish. Nothing I asked was too much trouble. Breakfast was good value; cheese and ham Toastie, toast and jam, coisants, tea, coffee and juice all for 3 euros. The beds are the BEST HOSTAL beds I've stayed in; confortable! Met some really nice people and very close to the city centre.
Hostel was fine although there was no hot water for showers
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)