Reviews: Anonymous

Location: Canada, Gender: Female, Age: 31

Riad Verus

Fez, Morocco
97%

A stunning building with eccentricities and intricacies in whatever direction you look! Beautifully designed and homey feeling! After only 3 nights felt like I lived there and was part of the furniture! This is thanks to how well you are taken care of by the staff! And being Morocco it is nice to know someone is looking after you. The staff really go out of their way to make you feel comfortable and I appreciated this immensely. Anything you need or want just ask! Definitely try the hammam!

  • 11th Apr 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Canada
  • Female, 25-30
  • (5 reviews)


Riad Baraka

Chefchaouen, Morocco
94%

Super beautiful terrace! One of the most stunning views to wake up to each morning! I could stare at this view for ages! Definitely recommend starting your day with ordering the breakfast and enjoying it upstairs on the roof. Great location, helpful staff, clean rooms, hot water, great wifi, beautiful decor inside and great safety (with each door having it's own padlock). Would definitely come back again and this time for longer to appreciate the beauty of Chefchaouen from the roof of this riad!

  • 9th Apr 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Canada
  • Female, 25-30
  • (5 reviews)


Casa Babylon Backpackers

Malaga, Spain
77%

Definitely has character! The communal spaces are truly spaces of art! Would recommend speaking Spanish to visit here as you probably would feel more a part of the community at this hostel as I did as an English speaker. A decent walk towards the main city action or to the water, which sometimes was a bit of a nuisance. There are buses though if you can be bothered waiting to catch one? Sliding door to the dorm room didn't lock, but they did provide a locker to store your things. Was okay?

  • 7th Apr 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Canada
  • Female, 25-30
  • (5 reviews)


Casa Bombo

Granada, Spain
94%

Beautiful building with a stunning view looking at Alhambra! A perfect way to start your day admiring the beauty of Alhambra. This hostel is tucked away in the Albayzin area which makes for a real adventure finding it from the bus stop! Once you find your way though, you are set for the rest of your stay! Awesome helpful staff who are young and friendly and can recommend excellent places to eat and drink, watch flamenco and even view wicked street art!

  • 4th Apr 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Canada
  • Female, 25-30
  • (5 reviews)


Lybeer Travellers' Hostel

Bruges, Belgium
46%

During the renovation period, I would say it's best to stay elsewhere. Limited toilet/shower facilities and the rooms are barely anything to brag about that have been refurbished. Female only dorm has bunk beds made for giants to get into the top bunk is a mission. No lockers? No soap for the sink area? No hooks for hanging anything. No CURTAINS on the windows? Toilet rooms have NO space in them with the door hitting your knees while in there. Breakfast is not worth it either. Eat out!

  • 8th Dec 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Canada
  • Female, 25-30
  • (5 reviews)

Owner Comment (Hide)
• We find it very strange that you didn't like our renovated rooms. The room you were in looks better than 90% of other hostels worldwide. Everything is brand new, made with the best materials and we are really proud of our work! The brand new bunk beds are amazing and really beautiful. Lockers are being installed as we speak. People need to bring their own soap, it's a hostel! Hooks and curtains are part of the finishing touches which are being done now. Toilet you're talking about is the old toilet room which is being replaced soon. Breakfast is very good value for money, only € 4 so it's optional. Perhaps this person is expecting a little bit too much of a hostel and would have been happier in a hotel. But thank you for your opinion! Kind regards, Lybeer