This is pretty well located, within 10-15 minute walks of all the major sights of Florence. However, I did feel it was a little overpriced given that it isn't closer to everything. This hostel has a pool, which I didn't use, but is a cool feature. There is only the restaurant and bar as a common space though and not so much a lounge which made it more difficult to meet people.
Friendliest staff you could ask for.
This is a family run hostel and the mother actually feels like your mother figure in Dubrovnik - she cooks an exceptional breakfast and is always there to answer questions. This hostel is a located a little outside of the old city but is easily accessible by a bus that runs every 15 minutes and takes 10 minutes into town. The location isn't a problem and it allows for a lower price than the hostels closer to the city which is greatly appreciated. They also run their own tours which gives persona
This hostel feels like a home for travelers. It is small and there is a central living room, porch, and kitchen area where everyone in the hostel seemed to hang out which quickly turned into everyone being friends.
This is a big hostel so lacking in some charm that smaller hostels may have but as far as huge hostels go this is a good one. It was very clean and the bar and restaurant area are really nice. It is also located right in the middle of the old town, one block form the main sights of the city.
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Wombats was clean, friendly, quiet enough or at least the rooms themselves kept the noise down and the bar on the roof had a good atmosphere and nice specials. Wasn't hard to meet other travelers
This was a fine hostel but had a funky atmosphere, which may also be due to Dusseldorf - not exactly a stop on the backpacker trail so it did not feel like a place to hang out but the facilities were plenty fine and convenient enough by public transit to the bus station
This is one of my absolute favorite hostel experiences. It is small, so everyone staying there gets to know eachother well while hanging out in the common spaces, especially on the roof top terrance. Also, Assan, who runs the hostel, is incredibly kind and welcoming and felt more like a friend than hostel staff which made the experience that much more welcoming and friendly. Defiantly recommend staying here.
This is a great hostel in Chiang Mai. I kept bouncing back to Chiang Mai while traveling around the region and would use this hostel as my home base because it always felt comfortable and clean and had a great atmosphere to meet other travelers. The common spaces and the roof are very nice and many people hanging out in them made it easy to meet other travelers. You can book (overpriced) tours from the lobby, which is convenient, even if you can also find these tours elsewhere.
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