The hostel is in a convenient location close to the train station & central Hiroshima. It's only about a half hour walk from the Peace Park. Our room was basic but functional and very clean. Staff were friendly but there wasn't a great communal space or much socialising between travellers.
The hostel is very close to Kyoto train station which was convenient for arriving/leaving, however it is quite far (45min walk) from the main restaurant areas and tourist sites so a bit of a toss up. Inside the hostel is very clean and functional but oddly quiet in the communal areas.
Very nice hostel with lovely rooms and good computers, wifi etc. Location is very central and near all main hostels in District 1... only thing to watch out for is that alleyways do not have there own st names and are marked in the following way e.g. 123/45 st ABC is an alleyway by no.123 on st ABC and you want builgin no. 45 on the alley! Also be aware that pickpocketing is quite common in Saigon in general but I had no issues on my stay and staff were very helpful in poiting out potential!!!
Very nice hostel with big bar and pool. Only downside was no communal computers, bit good wifi downstairs so not really an issue.
Very friendly staff!!! Girl who worked in the evenings was particularly sweet and helpful. Very good facilities, large nice rooms but might be a bit on the quiet side for those that are on a party/gap year trip.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (7 reviews)
Bit "gap yah" for my taste but perfect if that's what you are looking for.
Very good experience in general. Free breakfast in morning and fruit and tea/coffee all day were great. Was disappointed then when I tried to re-book my room I was told that there was space but they couldn't guarantee me the room and in the end tried to move me to a different hostel with the logic that I "had stayed there before so I could go somewhere else but new visitors would want to stay in the actual hostel so needed to be priority"