Reviews: Anonymous

Location: USA, Gender: Male, Age: 29

Kaza Rio

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
83%

It's a nice enough place, but the reason to stay here is that it is clean and cheap. The wifi barely works (and only works at all if in the bar area), the location is sketchy at night and while it is just a few minutes walk from the metro the fact is you will have take it for at least 20-50 minutes anytime you want to go to anywhere worth going (except Lapa) and the lockers are useless. That said, it's clean, staff (especially Laura) is incredibly helpful, and the outside doors secure.

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Lisetonga Hostel

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
91%

A great location near a world famous beach but far enough away to be quiet at night, some of the best staff imaginable (which frequently put on unofficial events just because they want to do something so they invite everyone), and good vibes. Whatever Anya is being paid, it should be doubled.


Old Town Hostel Kanonia

Warsaw, Poland
97%

Truly one of the best hostels in eastern Europe, and i can't imagine a better one in Poland or Warsaw. Perfect location, not overpriced, clean and the only we had was dealt with immediately.


Niriis Hotel

Chania, Greece
80%

Great location near the beach, very clean and a decent price. The owner (George) is very kind and helpful, but his brother also works there and comes across as very creepy and made the women in my group feel very uncomfortable.

  • 12th Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)


Hostel 1110

San Jose, Costa Rica
97%

The best ownership and staff I met while in Central America. While there isn't much to do in San Jose, these guys are close to the few places you will really want to go, before exploring other towns and regions.Comfortable beds, clean area, hot water that is actually hot, friendly people and an atmosphere that encourages you to enjoy your fellow travelers..what else could you want?


Hostel Casa Jacaranda

Antigua, Guatemala
86%

About as secure as you can possibly be, and an easy to find location that is kind of on the edge of the main area of Antigua so while its easy to find, its still not as close to the action or main sights as some might want. However, if you're looking for a nice quiet place, this is definitely your best bet. I stayed for a few nights to rest and recover from jetlag, and then went to a different hostel to meet people. Overall, one of the cleanest hostels i stayed at and an amazing free breakfast.


Arenal Hostel Resort

La Fortuna, Costa Rica
40%

Good location on near the bus terminal...its too bad that the dorm was the least comfortable of my time in latin america, especially since its one of the more expensive options amongst hostels. The main issue, however, comes from the american with a shaved head who runs the place. He outright lied, repeatedly, to a group of us in order to get us to use his tour company and make him money, and once we declined and he realized we were giving someone else our business he became rude and childish.


Costa Rica Love Hostel

Heredia, Costa Rica
91%

In a bit of a boring area, as everything closes at dark and you are told not to walk around the neighborhood after dark, anyway...but its a great place to spend your first or last day in Costa Rica if you need a place to stay before departing to the airport or after arriving from it. The owner is one of the most helpful people you will ever meet, the dorms and facilities are very clean, the shuttle from the airport is reasonable, and everyone likes a welcome drink.