Reviews: Anonymous

Kabul Backpackers Hostel

Barcelona, Spain
80%

Really good part hostel, located next to Las Ramblas with its pros and cons. Friendly staff. Limited drink list in the bar (only 3 choices). Would recommend the hostel to friends that want to party but I will inform them that it has a couple of years of wear and tear.


74%

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City Backpackers Hostel

Stockholm, Sweden
89%

Awesome hotel in central Stockholm just minutes away from the centralstation with buses, trains and airport express. It's a classic european backpacking hostel so yes you got the aussies, canadians, americans on their euro trip there as well as the europeans and on rare occation some swedes. Free coffee, tea and pasta (dried one so you need to cook it yourself in the shared kitchen) is big plus.


80%

This is a nice hostel in a central location but it isn't a hostel in that sence that they got a bar and cool backpackers from all over the world hang out their. It is a relax place to sleep at and enjoy their nice breakfast buffe kind of a hotel on a shoestring.


PangeaPeople Hostel & Hotel

Berlin, Germany
60%

It's like a copy-cat of Wombats. But Pangea doesn't deliver the finishing pieces. Two examples: cold water showers (don't like that surprise in the morning after a night out), buffe at NYE, it was a joke come on 2 hot dishes filled bell peppers and chicken curry (also a veggie version for vegitarians), 1 soup and only a vanilla pudding (or a really bad pannacotta) and a donut for dessert. It costed only 9,5 € so what to expect. You could have had it so: Start over and do it right.

  • 30th Dec 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Sweden
  • All Male Group, 25-30
  • (6 reviews)


Wombats City Hostel Budapest

Budapest, Hungary
74%

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