Reviews: Anonymous

Location: England, Gender: Male, Age: 34

Kendal Hostel

Lake District, England
86%

Lovely place. Great location next to the brewery arts centre (cinemar, bars, food) and on the main high street. Hostle is clean and friendly.

  • 7th Jun 2013
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Male, 31-40
  • (21 reviews)


86%

Enjoyed our stay here. Quiet 6 bed dorm with en-suite. Great spot located in San Blas overlooking Plaza de aramis. Tea and coffee all day, good wifi, secure lockers, luggage storage, free pick up from the bus station, etc.

  • 29th Nov 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


91%

Really nice hostel, outside seating, pool table, aor hockey, ping pong, kitchen, free tea and bread all day. Very close to town centre. Great staff.

  • 27th Nov 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Bellavista Hostel

Santiago, Chile
54%

We had a stay of two halves. We spent 2 nights in a 4 bed dorm that was really grim. no natural light, the room smelt very damp and the door had some silly keypad that beeped loudly every time someone went in and out so sleep wasn't the best. We then upgraded for 2 nights into a private room which was lovely and a good price. The hostel itself is a bit unloved, the shared areas and kitchen don't lend to a good hostel vibe. Compared to the Princessa Insolenta its shabby.

  • 20th Nov 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


89%

One of the best hostels we've stayed in (on the road for 8.5 months now). Very sociable, comfy clean beds. No complaints from us.

  • 17th Nov 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Guess House Hostel

Seminyak, Indonesia
71%

Nice enough place. The dorms are clean, the bunks don't sound like they're going to fall down any moment. Staff are really friendly. Toilets are a little less clean but acceptable all the same (naught fellow travelers not naughty cleaner) The common area has a large TV, DVD and some films - which is nice. Buts it's a little noisy due to the road. Breakfast is inclusive but one of the stingiest I've seen at a hostel. Toast, tea and choice of one jam. One 2 s ... See Trip advisor for the rest.

  • 24th Aug 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Pillows & Toast

Singapore, Singapore
80%

S$30 a night doesn't make this place the cheapest but it is good. Beds are comfortable, lockers secure. Upstairs lounge is nice to relax in. As usual with dorms inconsiderate guests make certain nights unrestful but what can you do?! Location is great, 2 mins to MRT. Easy walk to the quays (main tourist area). Unlimited toast and jam for breakfast. Special mention to Ming for being really helpful.

  • 21st Aug 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)

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We are glad that our hostel has made your trip to Singapore a great one! :) And yes, Ming is really helpful! We thank you on her behalf for your kind comments!

Green Kiwi Backpacker Hostel

Singapore, Singapore
86%

Comfortable beds, clean, hot showers. Just 5 mins to MRT station. Food court opersite. Breakfast is included and very good, fresh fruit, toast, jam, peanut butter, choc spread. Real coffee, all served by ever smiley Tulassi :)

  • 18th Aug 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Jalan-Jalan Emas

Melaka, Malaysia
100%

Really great place, we were there for four nights. It’s located in the good bit of town (central china town), it’s cheap and very very clean. Especially the toilets and showers ;) Alan runs the place, he’s currently in training for the world mopping championships and what he doesn’t know about mopping really isn’t worth knowing. His practice is our reward, its the first time I’ve literally been able to able to see my face reflected in the flooring, no mean feat considering its wooden.

  • 13th Aug 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Avi Airport Hotel

Hanoi, Vietnam
46%

Hostel itself was fine, clean enough. Price wise they're cashing in a bit on the convience of being near the airport but I guess that's business and it's not that kind of place that gets bookings for more than a night. The village itself is not the kind of place you'd want to hang around long, food is hard / impossible to find (our tea was some very bony roast duck from next door and some biscuits!). Airport transfer is $5 one way, again quite pricy for 3km (35km is just $17 from city).

  • 8th Aug 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Male, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Waterland Hotel

Hue, Vietnam
74%

Good hotel, every thing we needed, nice light room. Ac, cable tv, plenty of hot water, etc

  • 27th Jul 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Hak's House Hostel

Siem Reap, Cambodia
86%

We didn't actually stop at Haks House itself, he was full so he organised for us to stay at So Chinn for the same rate. Great hotel, no complaints. Hak organised a much welcome free pick up tuktuk (Mr Rain - also very good) from the bus station. Had breakfast at Haks a few times it was also very good and at $1 cheap. Hak also sorted out our bus ticket to Battambang- good price and efficient. Overall, highly recommended.

  • 15th Jun 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Yesinn @Fortress Hill

Hong Kong, Hong Kong
77%

This was one of the cheapest places we could find in HK - but still expensive - without picking complete hovels. Quite enjoyed it. My Girlfriend and I went in the shared dorm with 6 others. All nice people, the hostel was well located for the MTR, clean, locker felt secure. I'd recommend it. This is really bad, but I also liked that there was a starbucks a block down. Due to the route of our travels we'd not had a decent cup of coffee for 8 weeks, not really a [see trip advisor for rest]

  • 22nd Apr 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Male, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Yesinn @Fortress Hill

Hong Kong, Hong Kong
74%

great location on the MTR line, clean, felt secure. Expensive but everywhere in HK is.


Brinkhouse Guest House

Unawatuna, Sri Lanka
97%

Like previous reviewers have nothing but good things to say about this place. The room was clean, bright, cheap, had a balcony and beers in the fridge (at a very good price). The view from the balcony was great, facing into forest area (monkeys, crabs, water monitors, etc). But what really made this place was the owners... a lovely couple who brought us a delicious breakfast to our room each morning. They also let us join them for a tasty dinner on the celebration for sinhelese new year!


The Drop Inn Kandy

Kandy, Sri Lanka
83%

Really liked this place, spent 7 nights there. Close to Kandy centre (10 min walk). Room was clean and presentable and the views from the balcony are great. Staff are friendly and helpful and even cooked us two very tasty Sri Lankan breakfasts. You really can't beat string hoopers and dahl overlooking Kandy Lake. we paid 3500SLR per night (breakfast included), which from research is cheap for Kandy.

  • 30th Mar 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Royal Aashiyana Palace

Jaipur, India
83%

The staff where really good. Family run business. The hotel was close to the station (so good on arrival) but a a little further away from the old city and the MI Road - but you can't have both! Highly recommended!

  • 6th Mar 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Male, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Hotel Kamal

Agra, India
63%

The location is great, right near the South entrance of the Taj Mahal and lets face it, thats why people come to Agra. The hotel was fine in terms of cleanliness and security but it was pricey for the quality. Anywhere else and you'd expect to pay about half. The roof top restaurant has a great view but we chose only to take drinks up there as the monkey's are a bit intimidating! If you have a good 'touch my food, feel my folk' mentality you'll be fine!

  • 4th Mar 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (21 reviews)


Ostello San Frediano

Lucca, Italy
83%

great location right in the middle of town, very easy to find. interesting building but the place is huge, we hardly saw another person the night we were there.

  • 13th Sep 2011
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Male, 31-40
  • (21 reviews)


Ostello Tramonti

Cinque Terre, Italy
77%

a little out of the way for cinque terra but the town the hostel is in is lovely too and there are connections, including that the hostel run a regular shuttle bus to the first town in CT where you can walk / get the train to the rest. The place itself is fine, clean, friendly, internet connection, rent towels, serve bfast for 2 euros. There's no kitchen but there are places to eat cheaply and well.

  • 12th Sep 2011
  • Globetrotter
  • England
  • Male, 31-40
  • (21 reviews)