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Grand hostel LerO

Split, Croatia
100%

We stayed here for the last night of our trip and it was exactly what we needed. Free watermelon when we arrived, lovely air conditioning and generally really helpful and welcoming!

  • 13th Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • England
  • Mixed Group, 18-24
  • (9 reviews)


Hvar Out Hostel

Hvar, Croatia
86%

This was our final place of stay on our trip, and WHAT A PLACE IT IS! Although slightly expensive compared to other hostels, which is expected in peak season, it was all worth it. They get everyone involved, take everyone on nights out, Mel the manager is the loveliest woman that there is and we all round had an incredible time. If you want a friendly, fun hostel with great staff who gets everyone involved, stay here!


Provita Guesthouse

Vis, Croatia
49%

The location of the hostel was about the only good thing. We thought we had booked a nice relaxing double bed private room for a couple of days, in fact we got put in basically a closet on the top floor with two L shaped beds, in probably the most least private setting possible. When we enquired if this is what we had actually booked, Tony was very unhelpful, furthermore all the photo's were taken 10 years ago, so are not accurate. The lady's that work here are lovely, thats the best of it.


Split Backpackers

Split, Croatia
69%

Not a bad hostel, relatively standard, however, even though it has a kitchen, there is no hob, and therefore nothing to cook food on, which is a must for travellers in split, especially as it isn't cheap. Generally not bad.

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Dear Guest, like other hostels in Split we only have a kitchenette because of regulations. You could have used a microwave, toaster and a fridge so meals like pasta or rice can be easily done. Note for backpackers- eating out in Split is relatively cheap in restaurants that we recommend- for example Fife Restaurant or Toć Restaurant offers lunch or dinner for approx 6,50 Euros

Chillout Hostel Zagreb

Zagreb, Croatia
91%

We stayed here for one night, and it was really just a chilled out night before heading further down south in Croatia, and it gave us exactly what we needed. A bar crawl was available if you wanted to go out on it, but for just resting and relaxing, it was very good also.


Wombats City Hostel Budapest

Budapest, Hungary
89%

Pretty good for a big hostel. Get everyone involved very well, and the bar downstairs is excellent for the evenings. Only thing was we had an exceptionally weird guy in our room, but thats not the hostels fault.


Patio Hostel

Bratislava, Slovakia
86%

Only stayed here one night, but really couldn't have stayed any longer, very clean and safe, but the rooms are tiny, and the beds are too small also. Certainly the rooms should be bigger than they are for fitting 6/8 people in.


Mosaic House

Prague, Czech Republic
83%

This was a very good and clean hostel, perhaps more like a hotel. If your looking for somewhere to stay that is good value for the excellent facilities it has, then stay here. Not the best atmosphere however, if your looking for a real party atmosphere where everyone gets involved for a great night out, perhaps don't stay here.

  • 29th Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • England
  • Male, 18-24
  • (9 reviews)


Mosquito Hostel

Krakow, Poland
100%

Travelling Europe was the last of the continent's which I have backpacked, and out of all the hostels I have stayed in, this was one of the best. The hostel is clean and safe firstly, the amount of free food and alcohol you receive is just unbelievable, and the girls that run the hostel are so helpful and nice. Not only will they go out of their way to help you with anything, (like when I lost my phone) but they also take you on nights out and engage you with everyone! EXCELLENT!

  • 26th Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • England
  • Male, 18-24
  • (9 reviews)