Reviews: Anonymous

Dizzy Daisy Hostel Prague

Prague, Czech Republic

I had stayed at the Dizzy Daisy in Warsaw and it was great so I decided to try it in Prague. There are barely any facilities (a tiny little lobby and a little kitchen) and they don't have enough keys for each room. More than once the front desk had to let me into the room because all the keys were out. Also the luggage room is just a little WC. The building is an old university dorm that I think they are just renting, so they are not investing anything into it.

Westend City Hostel

Vienna, Austria

They only accept cash, no credit cards. The staff were very short and uninterested in providing recommendations (restaurants, sights, etc).

Patio Hostel

Bratislava, Slovakia

The bartender in the basement put me off. If you just want to hangout he will kick you out. Then there is the city, just skip everything except the old town.

  • 1st Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Canada
  • Mixed Group, 31-40
  • (6 reviews)

St Christopher's Inn Prague

Prague, Czech Republic

If it was closer to the core it would have been awesome, but then the price would have been higher. Right on a tram line though, and still within walking distance if you are really on a budget.

  • 23rd Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Canada
  • All Male Group, 41+
  • (6 reviews)

International Budget Hostel

Amsterdam, Netherlands

The WIFI router wasn't very good so you need to get close to the smoke room to get a decent signal

Khaosan Road Rainbow Hostel

Bangkok, Thailand

More attention needs to be placed on the care of the rooms. It seems most of the attention is placed on the restaurant