This place was the bomb. The friendly staff, the awesome hangout room and lovely yard made this a great location. It's a little ways away from the Old City, but the bars in the Pocitos area are great, as are the restaurants, and this hostel's location is prime. They even have a BBQ grill in the back yard, if you feel up for it.
What a nice place to stay! The Palermo area is very nice with all its restaurants and cafés. The staff are fantastic and know a lot about the city and are very welcoming. The kitchen is kind of small though, so if you plan on cooking a lot you may be disappointed.
This is a nice place to stay in Prague. It's a little bit far from Old Town, but a twenty-five minute stroll will get you to the central square. The staff is friendly and helpful and the beer cheap. The only real problem I had was when the hot water was broken for one of the days I was there, but it was fixed next day.
A great hostel to stay in while visiting Bratislava. The staff is super cool and helpful (shoutout to Kristi and Ann) and the beer is cheap. The room's are nice and clean, everything works, and the tunes are solid.
Easily the best hostel I've stayed in during my travels through Europe. The people that work there are all awesome and the events they plan are super fun, plus they know a ton about Budapest and are very helpful. The place is clean, the common room is a great place to relax and the kitchen is great. If I ever make it back to Budapest, this is where I'll be staying. - Joe D.
It's a pretty nice hostel; the courtyard is lovely. It is a bit of a ways from downtown Vienna, but it's right between downtown and the summer palace, so it depends what you want to see when you're visiting the city.
This "boatell" is awesome. Lucas is such a cool guy and really made us feel welcome, plus breakfast was lovely. The rooms were small, but it was perfect for what my friends and I wanted: a cozy night in Amsterdam. If I'm ever looking for a B&B in Amsterdam, I'd definitely stay here again.
- Avid Traveller
- Mixed Group, 18-24
- (14 reviews)
The rooms are nice and clean, but there's no real "common area" because it's part of the Belushi's bar/restaurant--they share a lobby. It's not a place designed for you to hang out and meet people because it's set up like a restaurant. The hostel's also pretty far from downtown Paris (and as my walking tour guide said, located in "stabbyville"), so you are completely dependent on the metros to get anywhere.
One of the best hostels I've stayed in since coming to Europe. The WomBar has a terrace with a great view of the city and really cheap drinks--especially at happy hour.
I happened to contract food poisoning while staying at Ciak, and the staff was very kind and helpful with me. However, the hostel itself isn't that great. The common area is tiny, the bathrooms smelled and were not very clean, and my top bunk bed broke while I was in it so I had to sleep on my mattress on the floor! Only stay here if you really have no other options, I suppose.
The indoor and outdoor common areas are both fantastic! It's just too bad they close at 11...
It's a cool place, but they close down the common area at about midnight. It's also a bit far from the city center, but the proximity to the sea and more laid back nature of the area is nice.
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I think towels should be included with the room, instead of an extra 20 DKK.