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Hotel Du Globe

Paris, France

The hotel is actually an old building. There was not much of facilities: 1 bathroom for each 2 floors. The lavabo did not work properly and water leaked out all over the floor. Anyhow, the bed is comfortable and the shared space is nice. In my opinion, Globe is more like a hostel than a hotel and it is ok for a short stay.


Athens, Greece

The hotel is modest. Good position and the beautiful girl at reception is the only good thing :)

San Geremia Rooms

Venice, Italy

A modest but well equipped hostel. The location is far from St Mark square, but it is located on the touristic road from the St Lucia to St Mark, a 30 mins- 1 hour leisure walk. The real drawback is that the rooms are not soundproofing. Hard time to sleep if you run into a noisy neighbour.

Vertigo Vieux-Port

Marseille, France

Réception agréable. Les facilitées sont propres.


The hostel is about 5-10 mins walking from the old city and the bus station to Rosponden. You can feel the see rigt outside your window. The owner was nice and sympathetic. We arrived lated at night (23:00), she had left at that time. However she was willing to come back for us when I called her. There was a guy in our room who snoozed so hard that I could barely sleep both nights. And you have to pay an extra fee for the Hihostel card (around 7e)

Hotel Gambetta

Saint Malo, France

Nothing much to say. We stayed there for only 1 night. Everything is ok, except that there is only 1 bath room for both floors and only 1 wc per floor.

Euro Youth Hostel

Munich, Germany

The hostel is very close to the train station, and there are a lot of shop/restaurant around. The facility and security are good. You need key card to enter the corridor and your room. There is a luggage room, where you can leave your luggage for 1 day after checking out.


It was a nice stay. The main door was never locked, but the room's door is locked. The only problem is that the apartement is kinda old, and even when you try to move quietly, it still make some noise.

Franz Kafka Hostel

Prague, Czech Republic

The service is terrible! We booked with arrival time at 10am. We came and waited at the front door because no one answered the interphone. Then we waited 45 mins in front of the hostel. At 11am, the receptionist came. Without saying sorry, she told us our room is still occupied and we have to come back at 2pm. When we return, she changed us to another room (always without any apologise). The facilities are good, but they need other receptionist. It's like she does not even want us to be there.

  • 13th Aug 2013
  • Avid Traveller
  • Vietnam
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (13 reviews)

Hostel Bridge

Prague, Czech Republic

I would totally recommend hostel Bridge: Very good position, close to everything, very friendly and helpful staff (he offered all the information we needed and even more). You have free coffee, and tea in the room, dryer and even a FREE washing machine (with washing powder also). The point -: _wifi signal is very weak in the room. _No elevator (just a small exercise). The restaurant downside make it a bit inconvinient to reach the hostel.


The waiting time for contacting the staff was quite long, cuz there was not enough ppl at the reception.

Sunshine Hostel

Rome, Italy

The hostel was good and friendly, I loved it. Only 1 point - is that we don't have lock in the wc :).