Reviews: vortex_sanjose408

Location: USA, Gender: Male, Age: 35
89%

Cons: no wifi, more expensive than other local hostels (60 vs 35). Floor is squeaky. Pros: Very clean facility, comfy bed (So much better than 35 a night ones), quiet. Right next to Andres's tour (750 per person). Hot shower. I would recommend you make your purchase of snacks/drinks next street, not in the square, because the stores in the square are more expensive.


Hotel MyStays Nippori

Tokyo, Japan
83%

Pro: less than 2 mins of walk from Nippori station, fast LAN Internet connection in room, there are plenty small/cheap/good restaurants around. Don't eat the Chinese place though, it is expensive and horrible. Con: Wifi didn't work for me, it is in residential area, not too much of things to do around the neighborhood About 12 stops to Shinjuku station, 6 to Tokyo station


Boomerang Hostel

Antwerp, Belgium
60%

The hostel is outside of the city center. Just FYI - the Tram 2 station is underground of the central station. It took me a while wondering on the street before I asked someone to point me to the station. The hostel is located in a Jewish neighborhood which is cool. If you need to go to the city center, Tram 4 is right outside the hostel and about 3 stops you are in the center. This place is great if you just need a place to sleep, cost extra for bedsheets, it does have wifi and shower is good


Shelter City

Amsterdam, Netherlands
91%

I know some people complains about no drinking/drugs/smoking rule in the hostel. Well, that's the reason I like it. I hate going to a place where people are partying in the room when you have a 6am train to catch. I prefer to have the party else where and come to a place where I can sleep. The location is perfect, 5 mins walk from Central Station, right next to Chinatown and Red Light district. Perfect. My only compliant is that they need a stair for the bunk bed.


Snuffel Backpacker Hostel

Bruges, Belgium
71%

It is very close to the city center (5 mins of walk), great location. The room is tiny with small walkways, the shower is outside the bar. It is great to stay for one night, more than that, it would drive me nuts. They do have happy hour from 9~10 with $1 beer.


Luxembourg City Hostel

Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
89%

The place is a bit hard to find. If you take Bus 9, get off at Plateau Altmunster, walk back near the bridge, you will see 3 paths, one leads to the bridge, one towards the bottom of the bridge and one to the right bottom of the hill, take the path to the bottom of the hill and you will see it. I stayed here for one night, the room is clean and safe. My only issue is that there is no convenient stores around no wifi in the room, only in the lobby. Great place to stay in Luxembourg.


Sleep Well Youth Hostel

Brussels, Belgium
97%

I stayed here for 4 nights. It is 5 mins walk from North Station, 10~15 mins from Grand Palace. The room is very clean, comfy bed, hot shower, free wifi in the room. It is a great place to base my travels from Brussels. It is kind annoying there is a lockout from 11 to 3, so if you get here early, you have to wait. But you can leave your luggage in the locker

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Hello, thanks for writing, sorry for the lockout but we need it in order to clean the rooms ! Checking time is at 3pm but as you said, there is a secure luggage room so you can come whenever you want, leave your stuff and go to discover Brussels while we prepare the room. Regards, The Sleep Well Team

Almaty Backpackers

Almaty, Kazakhstan
83%

Pro: Just opened in Mid may, all the mattress are still new, have all the amenities (WIFI, Hot Shower, Kitchen), there are banks, shops and restaurants around the place so you can just walk over. Con: It is very hard to find the place, since it is new, there aren't enough staff as of today, so no one cleaned up our room


AAE Bourbon House Hostel

New Orleans, USA
69%

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Hostal Victoria DF

Mexico City, Mexico
80%

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60%

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Bdeiwi Hostel & Hotel

Amman, Jordan
53%

Pro: Located near Downtown Amman, 5 mins walk to Roman Amphitheater, 20 mins Amman Citadel. The main strip is just a block away, you can find many shopping and food shops. The hostel drove me to the Airport on my departure date for 20JD Con: I email the hostel with my arrival info, they never replied and I emailed again, nothing. I showed up at airport & no one was there. The room is damped & cold. Hot shower is just drips of water. Some rooms are next to the call of prayer, VERY loud at 4:30am


Gringo's Rincon Hostel

Sucre, Bolivia
100%

Great place to stay in Scure. This is the only place I know in Boivia that have gas heated water which is a blessing. The Internet is super fast. The owner, Mike is awesome! The place is only few blocks away from the center of the plaza. Was going to stay 1 night, but decided to stay for 2 more nights. Highly recommended.


Residencial Latino

La Paz, Bolivia
93%

The rooms is being cleaned everyday, they even waxed the floor when I was there. They use electric water heater, it is bit tricky to use. The room is super cold though, I asked for a portable heater and they didn't have one. The staff is friendly and resourceful for planning trips (although the guy works from 7~3pm is the best). The hostel is only few blocks away from the Cathedral. Good place to stay.


Hostel Glide

Yerevan, Armenia
100%

Great place! one of the best I have been to! few blocks away from Metro so you can take Metro to downtown or other part of the town. The staff is SUPER awesome! They helped me planning my trip, recommend places and how to get there, very attentive. The place is huge with upstairs and downstairs, room is big and not crammed, so you can hang out anywhere, big bathroom. Just a GREAT place to stay, I truly enjoyed Armenia more because of their hospitably. Thank you Glide!