Reviews: Anonymous

Location: Australia, Gender: Male, Age: 28
91%

12 months of travel, probably the best hostel I've stayed in for comfort. The beds are fantastic. Not a party hostel if that's what you're looking for, but it still has atmosphere. The pool and bar area is great.


Barra Beach Club Oceanfront Hostel

Florianopolis, Brazil
89%

Beautiful hostel in a great location. Definite highlight is the food - breakfast is one of the best I have had in south america (panini maker with fresh bread, ham and cheese, fruit, fruit smoothie, coffee - generally you only get bread and coffee at most hostels), and the optional dinners prepared by the in-house chefs are amazing.


El Diablo Tranquilo

Punta del Diablo, Uruguay
80%

A great hostel, in a spot. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Felt very comfortable here. Rooms get super hot at night though and there is no air-con or cealing fans, and it seemed impossible to keep the mosquitoes out of the room. Made for a few sleepless nights. But otherwise we had a very enjoyable stay here.


Balconada Beach Hostel

La Paloma, Uruguay
71%

Nice hostel directly across from the beach. The owners dog is the greatest, follows the guests everywhere. We went for a few walks on the beach and into town, every time accompanied by the hostels Labrador.


80%

We stayed here mid-week just before peak season started, so there was not much happening, but the hostel was very comfortable and in a good location.


Milhouse Avenue

Buenos Aires, Argentina
83%

Stay here, party hard. Recover somewhere else. Actually a great hostel - would be nice though if the hostel took some initiative and enforced a noise curfew in the room/courtyard area. Really, if your on the first floor and your mate is asleep on the fifth floor, there are better ways to wake him up at 5 in the morning than yell his name into the courtyard for 10 minutes (just one example).


Milhouse Hipo

Buenos Aires, Argentina
80%

Taxi Driver took me to the Avenue hostel by mistake, but the guys there transferred my booking - so didn't actually stay in Hipo. Sure it's very similar to Avenue, which was a great (party) hostel. Not so good for your health though, if you stay here, you will party. And party hard.


Hotel de Bellevue

Paris, France
66%

Good value hotel/hostel. In a pretty Ghetto area though!


Smart Russell Square

London, England
49%

Value for money is one of the worst of any hostel I have stayed, it is very expensive even by London standards. Russell square is in Zone 1, which is convenient, but there are many better areas to stay in Zone 1 and even Zone 2. Main issue for me was the bathroom facilities are terrible. Communal showers and changing area only. Not good enough when you a paying premium prices.


San Sebastian Roos Bed & Brekky

San Sebastian, Spain
37%

After arriving at this place I was fairly relieved to only have one night booked. It's basically a guys tiny apartment *converted* into a hostel. Bathrooms are the size of a shoebox, didn't even bother to attempt to shower. Wouldn't have minded so much if it was cheap, but it was by far the most expensive hostel I stayed in during my time in Spain. There have been very few hostels in the world I have disliked more.


Las Musas Hostel

Madrid, Spain
86%

This is still one of my top five hostels in Europe. Definitely THE place to stay in Madrid - only improvement would be a pool - it gets kinda hot in Madrid ;)