Thıs ıs one of the best hostels I have ever stayed ın. Merel, the owner, ıs so kınd and really cares creatıng a great atmosphere for her guests. The food ıs fantastıc. After weeks and weeks of boıled eggs, ıt was refreshıng to have an omelette for breakfast. Dınners were dıfferent and delıcıous every nıght. There are excellent areas to hang out ın and drınk a few mellow beers wıth your new frıends. Thıs place ıs worth a long, relaxıng stay.
The staff was kınd and the breakfast was lovely. Unfortunately, there were a couple of rude guests ın the hostel, and sınce ıt was such close quarters ıt made ıt dıffıcult to sleep.
The staff ıs kınd, the beds comfortable, and the terrace ıs delıghtful.
Wombats ıs the Starbucks of hostels; you walk ın and you know exactly what you are goıng to get. So maybe you pay a lıttle more for that? It was ıdeal for my long layover ın Munıch.
This was a great hostel to spend my last night in Europe! The party scene was pretty intense: they offered free alcohol to travelers who stripped at the bar and sprayed the party goers with whipped cream and water. If you're looking for that kind of thing, this is definitely the place to go. The dorms were immaculately clean and they had great, complimentary lockers. There was no real kitchen, but if you really wanted to cook you could use the kitchen at the other Wombats down the street.
This hostel was incredibly comfortable and owned by a very friendly family. The scene was mellow and quiet, providing a pleasant change from the rowdier hostels I had visited earlier on my trip.
The staff is amazing! They totally went above and beyond to make sure I felt at home. The first night I was led on a free, impromptu walking tour. The staff made sure that I was never hungry or thirsty (coffee, ice cream, homemade burek, ice cream, even a little whiskey...) You definitely won't regret booking a stay here.
This was hands down the most fun I had at a hostel on this trip, maybe ever. The staff was incredibly friendly and welcoming; they were always down for a chat, inviting people to play darts, and happy to serve drinks at the bar. The space is kept incredibly clean and there are lockers to store all of your things. It is evident that the owners really care about making the hostel the best it can be.
Beautiful kitchen (easily the best I have seen so far), friendly staff (hooked me up with a deal to rent a scooter), and super fun. Highlight of my stay was the last night when there was a jazz show in the bar. The rooms are a little packed with people (there really is not any kind of room to lay out your things), but all in all it was a really great stay.
This was a totally solid hostel: Helpful staff, clean, cute, comfortable beds. Really nice place to stay if you end up spending the night in Rijeka.
Sometimes you get what you pay for. The staff was friendly and helpful, but the space was pretty industrial. There was also a lot of tagging on the walls of the room. I am not talking about charming decorative tagging. It was more like what you find tagged to a urinal in a high school bathroom. Some of it was actually a little offensive. But, it was a cheap place to stay.