Reviews: Anonymous

Adam&Eva Hostel

Prague, Czech Republic
100%

Thanks, for the wonderful stay.


Vienna City Hostel

Vienna, Austria
63%

The room was not cleaned once during my stay and was dirty on arrival, full of previous guests trash. At the moment their are a lot of migrants at this hostel, which is understandable, however there were some non-guest migrants trying to get into rooms at night despite the best efforts of the staff. Vienna is a great city but this area is quite an uncomfortable one to stay in at night.


Tiger Tims Place

Budapest, Hungary
77%

A good hostel, I was too tired to socialise much but this seemed like a great place to meet other travellers. Bathroom was pretty gross, shower turned into a swimming pool.


Alyzia Athens Hotel

Athens, Greece
49%

More a hotel than hostel. On arrival there was a massive cockroach in my room and I was plagued by mosquitoes during my stay. Paint flaking of ceiling and generally very, very dated. I'm not sure solo female travellers would feel comfortable in the local area at night, lots of questionable characters, although security at the hotel is good.


Hello Sofia

Sofia, Bulgaria
66%

The rooms are great but would benefit from mosquito nets of some kind... On checkout there were some girls who the female host had made cry over some dispute. She then threatened to charge me for a squashed mosquito stain on my bedding! Absolute joke, it seemed she was trying to rip-off anyone and everyone.


Patio 19

Malaga, Spain
100%

Wonderful hostel. Lovely old building, good breakfast included, friendly staff. Just awesome.


Banilah

Chiang Mai, Thailand
91%

This is a bargain for the price you pay. Wonderful owners and staff who will go out of their way to help you. Clean and comfortable rooms.


Okinawa Sora House

Okinawa, Japan
80%

A great little hostel with amicable and helpful staff and owner. New furnishings for communal areas although the beds are a little firm with thin mattresses and there are not enough shower rooms. I think it is a great place to meet other travelers. I think the gate to the entrance should always be locked as there are no lockers in rooms and the doors are invariably left open. Being on a main road anyone can walk up to the 4th and 5th floors. All guests have a key so it would not be inconvenient.


Hostel Pisa

Pisa, Italy
91%

Staff at this hostel were fantastic especially JayPee. Very helpful and happy! The rooms can be very noisy though. Next to a main road, railway line and under the airport means you should bring some ear plugs or be hopeful your room is on the other side of the building. Great common area garden for meeting people.


Roma Scout Center

Rome, Italy
80%

The hostel is ideally suited to group bookings. For individuals it is not the best place to stay as there is not really a communal feel to the communal areas. It is not easy to meet people. That being said it is secure and clean. It might be wise to add more power points in rooms as only bunks on the floor have them.


Cheers Lighthouse

Istanbul, Turkey
100%

This hostel has just opened and the owners have put a lot of effort into making it a genuine reflection of Turkish style both decoratively and the staffs open and welcoming attitude. A really comfortable place to stay that I would highly recommend.


63%

The general decor of the hostel is poor and rundown. The other hostels we stayed at in Japan were more modern. A bit of paint, some art on the walls and a new kitchen/layout to give more space in the common area would be a good idea. Check out Bonsai guesthouse in Osaka that i9s available at a cheaper price but is far superior in facilities. Beds are very uncomfortable. Get some matresses! The staff on site were great.