The staff was nice, but the beds were horribly uncomfortable (foam-type "mattress"). My room didn't even get warm on the bottom bunk area. Luckily, I had paid for a private room and could move to the top bunk. The computers are in the reception area, with no privacy. Only a few metro stops away is a sister hostel - Khaosan Kabuki. This one is GREAT! Do yourself a favor and stay at the other one. The ONLY super great thing about this was it was right beside the metro that took me to the airport.
This hostel was perfect in terms of location, staff, computer usage (although I couldn't get wifi in my room). The staff goes above and beyond to be helpful, even calling to help me out with a tour I booked through another company. I wish they would have offered at least toast for breakfast, as eating out in Japan isn't cheap. But, the hostel is great and I would stay again!
The day and evening staff were good, but the night shift didn't seem to have a clue, let alone care. I understand that hostels are noisier than hotels and I expect a bit of that, but when people are screaming and carrying on (drunk as can be) from 12am through 5am, it gets old. There are posts about noise levels after 10pm, but nothing is enforced. The breakfast is fine and the rooms are clean. The location is good as well.
The hostel was in a perfect location, but room number 2 faces the bar and it is very noisy. The hostel should consider sound proof windows in that room. The staff was average. The breakfast was mediocre, just toast and sugary cereal.
The staff was very friendly. The rooms were clean, although we did have a few baby roaches in the room when we returned from a night out. The rooms are VERY tiny (even by Hong Kong standards), but the beds were comfortable. With the free wifi and a/c units, as well as free towels and sheets, it is worth the money. I would stay again.
The hostel is in a good location in terms of Central Market and Chinatown. It is a busy street with buses, but if you are not in a room along the street, you do not notice them. The co-ed bathrooms are very clean and nice. The bedrooms have a/c and are clean as well. There are lockers, but on a third floor, which is a pain if you are staying on one or two. The staff was pleasant, but not overly helpful. My only real complaint is that breakfast is only toast.
To begin with, this is in a GREAT location. The owner and staff are friendly. They know everyone by name from the moment you arrive. NOTE: Book through the hostel if you are interested in trips, etc. Otherwise, snide remarks will be made, as was the case with me. When I asked if a lamp was a good price before buying, my response was, "How much did you spend on that cruise to Prince's Island? That was wasted in one day. The lamp will last longer." The hostel is very good though.
The hostel is in the perfect location if you want the beach. The staff was helpful. However, the cleaning lady took over my space two different times instead of letting me finish up. Once, she moved into the shower while I was trying to get dressed! I didn't use the lounge, so not sure about that. I appreciated fresh towels daily!
I liked the hostel a lot. The location is good and the staff was great. I also enjoyed being able to get cheap, home-cooked meals right there. James and Mike kept the fun going and the girls were super fun to chat with. The rooms were clean, as was the bathroom/shower. And when I needed to do laundry, staff took care of me ( thanks, Katri). The website does not exaggerate...it is a party hostel. Do not book if you want quiet time. I will stay again if ever in Estonia. Lots of fun!
For such a large hostel, it is well kept and everyone interacts. The staff is helpful if you ask. I didn't like having to pay for sheets. Most hostels do not charge. When you travel, who wants to pack sheets as well? There are free movie nights and great wifi access, along with computers as well.
The staff was awesome, providing great suggestions of things to do. The lounge/bar area is always busy with people to meet. The location is excellent. The room I was in was super tiny for 4 people, but other rooms looked more spacious. I also wish I had a locker in or near my room, instead do having to use the basement from the sixth floor. Overall, I would stay again, but in a different room.
Yesinn is a decent hostel run by a pleasant staff. It is close to the metro and fast food (Starbucks, McDonald's, and Burger King). It is not a bad neighborhood, but not close to some of the more popular sights. However, the metro is right there, so it's easy to get around.
This hostel had a nice layout, but I would have liked a few things to be different. The linens are provided, as well as free wi-fi, so that is a plus. Free breakfast also, consisting of toast, cereal and fruit. There is a kitchen to cook in, but it shuts down at 10, which means the microwave, toaster, etc. are shut down. If you are late-night eater, not good. There is also no A/C, so my room was really hot on the hot days. Overall, this wasn't luxury, but definitely not bad either.
Everything from the room to the staff, including the owners, was awesome! The wifi is not free, but it works well. The facilities are plentiful and relaxing in the pool is a plus. I loved every minute and WILL go back someday.
When we arrived, they were renovating, so we were moved to another hotel. This one did not look the cleanest, nor was it at all in a clean area. The one we were moved to was not much better to say the least. But, for that price, what do you expect? Everywhere we saw in India was dirty, so the hotel was suitable for the environment.
Although this is not in a good neighborhood, especially when traveling alone, the staff was fantastic. Breakfast was lacking, but was suitable. The gentlemen that work the front desk are great to ask about the city, or Greece in general. I would stay there again, but only if I had someone with me to walk back at night.