Friendly staff, nice bar area on the ground floor, good breakfast, fairly clean and a bus station right in front of the door. It was rather loud at night, though. Also, another person was shown into our room rather noisily well after midnight which woke all of us up.
Apart from the fact that the bunk I slept in almost fell apart when the top bunkee climbed in (the joints of said bunk were rather loose) it was a nice place to stay.
Wonderful hostel, super nice staff, beautiful view (the hostel is on top of a hill), good food avaliable, large kitchen with everything you need to make your own meals, nice common areas to hang out in. We had a 4 bedroom private which was nice and neat with its own bathroom which was also delightfully clean. Slightly exhausting to walk up the hill multiple times a day but despite that one of the most lovely places I've ever stayed in.
Nice place. Good location, near train station. Slightly annoying that you have to walk all the way up to the 5th floor when your room is up there because the elevator is only meant for luggage. But all in all a good place to stay.
Definitely the nicest hostel I've ever stayed in. Super friendly and helpful staff, well-equipped kitchen and wonderful breakfast, great atmosphere, nice location close to the central train station, clean rooms and bathrooms (but a little overcrowded in the morning), cute little TV room. However, my bed squeaked quite loudly when I tried to sneak in late at night which probably woke some of my roommates up. But all in all a wonderful hostel. I would absolutely want to go there again.
- Avid Traveller
- All Female Group, 18-24
- (12 reviews)
We had slight difficulties getting there because parking was absolutely impossible. Staff initially eyed our group of seven uni students a bit skeptically but were friendly enough anyway. Rooms and bathrooms were very nice and clean. Beds were comfortable and our larger room even had a little balcony.
One of our rooms was in some kind of external building and had a bathroom with just a shower head on the wall. When one of us tried to take a shower it flooded the entire room. When we complained all of a sudden no one spoke a word of English. Then this lady (not the manager) came to take a look with a baby in her arm and a dog in tow which then proceeded to wander around the room despite us repeatedly asking for the dog to be taken elsewhere (I'm allergic). Very unfriendly. Definitely not okay.
We stayed as a group of seven and all of us enjoyed it very much. Our rooms were simple but nice and clean, each equipped with one fan on the ceiling. There were, however, no lockers inside the rooms. Showers were alright, not the cleanest but it could have been worse. Staff was super friendly, great atmosphere. They offered a dinner buffet for a low price which was excellent and they had a cool outdoor hangout with a bar. There was also a little shop nearby which was very convenient.
Decent hostel but rather cold and sterile atmosphere. Also very hard to get to (on top of a really high hill) but with a nice view. Rooms and beds were okay and clean but the lockers outside of the rooms were kind of inconvenient. In the common room there was only a microwave and a vending machine as far as food and food preparation goes. Showers were acceptable but should have had slightly more visible signs on the door because I repeatedly saw men walking into the ladies' showers.
Clean rooms, friendly staff, nice breakfast. We had some trouble finding it because the sign was rather elusive but all in all a nice stay.