Everything about this hostel was perfect. The rooms were clean, spacious, modern, comfortable. The views from our room and common area over the basilica were truly spectacular. I only wish we had stayed longer! Has a much more relaxed vibe than the usual party hostels of Budapest.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 25-30
- (9 reviews)
No frills hostel. Cheap price to be in downtown Tel Aviv. If you want a cheaper place, this hostel is adequate as a base to explore.
Good location to see Jaffa, though a bit outside downtown tel aviv. Great rooftop terrace and good price on beer at the hostel. Bicycle rental is convenient. Great people, staff and vibe.
With a great location and great price this was an excellent value for the money.
Great Hostel in the sense that there is a great bar in the lobby. The rooms are exceptionally tiny and the bunks are crammed in so close you could reach out and plug the nose of your snoring neighbor without getting out of bed. Curtains on the beds would be an easy fix and go along way to create a more comfortable sleeping situation. All in all though, a grand hostel!
Little kids and families, along with its huge size made this more a low budget hotel than hostel. Thus, the character and atmosphere was not great. The Ring of Kerry tour was easily done through the hostel and cost only 18 euro, this was the best part of the hostel.
Stepped off the ferry and Soula hotel had someone waiting with a sign and a minibus to take us to their location; though Soula is only a short walk from the centre and the port, the convienence was much appreciated. Literally a 1 minute walk to St. George beach which is fantastic. Bars and food are nearby.Great location and feel for the price (17 euro a piece for a two person).
Young inn is fairly centrally located, with bars and cafes nearby. A fantastic beach, albeit rather populated, is a hundred meters from the hostel. For the price, 14 euro for a 3 person dorm, and the location, this is a great place. The room had its own refridgerator, and a kitchen was accessible.
I have been in a half dozen hostels in the last month, and Hostel Adria was hands down the best. The location cannot be beat; while it is a short bus ride into Split, the hostels reception and common area sits on the Adriatic with plenty of space to sit and relax, even a diving board! The staff was the most friendly I have experienced, Ana and Matea were amazing! This hostel made my trip to Croatia! Thank you!!