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Abhostel

Antwerp, Belgium
69%

The owners are very friendly and helpful. Room wasnice but by the second morning we awawoke to find bug bites all over us. Could have been the mosquitos but more likely bed bugs despite the fact we couldn't find them. If it hadn't been for that experience this place would have been awesome

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We are friendly and helpful :) so why did you not tell us and slept for 3 ! more nights with bed bugs that you could not find . And now one month later still nobody complained. So I think there were most likely NO bed bugs. And in my opponion this is a severe false accusation! Because we are friendly and helpful. And would certainly have helped you in a friendly way :) x bridget

Backpackers-Duesseldorf

Dusseldorf, Germany
80%

Good hostel. Not a far walk from the train station and about equal walk to the altstadt. Room was small but sufficient. Very much a backpackers hostel hence the name


Hotel Nymphenburg Munich

Munich, Germany
91%

Nice cheap hotel in a nice city. Staff were really friendly and available to help us with whatever questions we had. It was only two stops from München Hauptbahnhof. It was also close to the Altstadt by the underground and could be reached by walk as well. Short walk to Schloss Nymphenburg and the Augustiner Keller beer garden. Our room was rather small but we also booked the cheapest room. For the price we paid, this place was great! Would definitely stay there again. Good breakfast also


91%

Nice private room an easy 5 minute walk from the Termini station. Marco was a really nice guy who pointed out all the main tourist attractions and how to get to them by public transport on a map. Room had to be cleaned when we got there. No garbage can in the room. Included breakfast was only a croissant and a coffee. Other than that the room was great and we would stay there again.


Hostel Mancini

Naples, Italy
74%

Hostel was very close to Napoli Centrale train station. Easy access to public transport. However, this area of the city was very dirty with lots of homeless people and pickpockets lurking around. This can not be faulted on the hostel as it seemed Napoli was not the nicest city but it should be noted. The hostel did have good security though with us having to be buzzed into the hostel. Hostel owner was very kind and helpful. He showed us how to get to all the attractions that we wanted to see.


Hostel 7 Santi

Florence, Italy
83%

We were originally booked in a 4 bed mixed dorm but they switched us to a private for the same price which was very convenient for us. Close to the bus stop and easy access to main attractions. Good atmosphere with lots of young travellers.


Camping Rialto

Venice, Italy
80%

Very nice little campsite. It was not too hard to reach by bus as the stop was right in front of the campground. It was only 10 minutes by bus to Venice. The cabin we stayed in was very small and cold at night. Bathrooms and showers were kept very clean. Internet did not work very well at peak hours. Overall good value for the inexpensive price.


Hotel Artua'&Solferino

Turin, Italy
91%

Good location - short walk from Porto Nuovo train station. Easy walk to the main Piazzas in Turin. Nice room with balcony. Internet was an extra 8 euros per day above original price. Had to get a ethernet cable from reception. It wasn't working at first so the guy at reception came up and had it fixed before we got back that night. Otherwise a great hotel for what we paid.


97%

The comfort of a hotel at the price of a hostel. Everything was very new and clean. Stayed in a dorm with our friends. Easy walk from the Roßlauer Lande U-bahn station. Just straight down Rembrandtstraße. Close to the Donau and a nice little park nearby.


Marilyn Mansion

Dublin, Ireland
71%

Nice quiet bed and breakfast. Was a little far out from the city center (30 minute bus ride). Had trouble finding it the first time because the directions were not clear on the site. Decent sized room, sink in the room, two big shared bathrooms. Everything was clean and new towels every day. Breakfast was an additional 2.5 euros. Wi-Fi was intermittent at peak hours. Overall, though room was good for what we paid.


The Backpackshack

London, England
89%

Neat little hostel above the Talbot Pub. Derek was really helpful in getting us going with a map and providing advice. He pointed out the main things to see and was always available if we had any questions. Location was a little far out from the city center (20 minutes by metro) but easy to get to as it was only a few minute walk from the Acton Town stop which had direct lines to the city center on the Picadilly and District lines. Smaller rooms but very clean and great value for what we paid.