Reviews: Anonymous

Paraga Beach Hostel

Mykonos, Greece
77%

Ok, let's just keep in mind that we were on a camp, so I can't be that rigid when reviewing Paraga Beach. For starters, the place of the camp is just AWESOME! We went to Paraga and Paradise Beaches by foot and it took us less than 15 minutes to swap between them. The bathrooms were smelly but they have warm water and nice facilities. The food was insanely expensive, but we were on an island, so I think that's normal. Everything else was ok. :)


Aristoteles Hotel

Athens, Greece
94%

Nice place, nice location, nice staff! Breakfast was awesome. I can't say a bad thing about Aristoteles Hotel, they made our trip to Athens WORTH IT! It was the BEST shower of my trip. The bathroom is just awesome - the beds are also good, there's wifi pretty much everywhere and the breakfast is really good.

  • 11th Jun 2013
  • Avid Traveller
  • Brazil
  • All Male Group, 18-24
  • (10 reviews)


Mandarin Hotel

Cairo, Egypt
80%

I was a little afraid of getting a hotel that costs about 3 euro, but when we got into the accomodations, it was really nice. The receptionist was a nice guy who was patient enough to clear all our questions about Egypt and we even got breakfast - a nicer one than lots of hostels around the world. Juliana Hotel was once in a lifetime discovery!

  • 9th Jun 2013
  • Avid Traveller
  • Brazil
  • All Male Group, 18-24
  • (10 reviews)


Bunkhouse

Cardiff, Wales
100%

It was, by far, the best hostel in our entire trip. Even though there were 25 beds in our room, the staff was REALLY nice with us (we arrived one day earlier than expected and we were able to get a room there, even though we got there in the middle of the night, where they weren't supposed to check in people anymore). There are a lot of places to relax, to chat and to eat.

  • 7th May 2013
  • Avid Traveller
  • Brazil
  • All Male Group, 18-24
  • (10 reviews)


Central Hostel

London, England
69%

The staff was really nice with us, nice location and excellent security. But the main thing is, when you're on a trip, you REALLY DO need wifi, and the hostel has absolutely NONE. There was also just ONE bathroom for everyone in the hostel, so that's bad. Our sheets weren't clean and our bed hadn't been made when we got there, but still, the worst thing was the abscence of wifi.

  • 5th May 2013
  • Avid Traveller
  • Brazil
  • All Male Group, 18-24
  • (10 reviews)


Woodstock Hostel

Paris, France
80%

aWe stayed one night on Woodstock hostel. Its a nice place with friendly staff, it has separate facilities on each floor to bathroom and shower. The WiFi only works on the reception, but that was fine. The breakfast was kind of poor, but good enough for the price we paid. They have a kitchen that can be used by people from the hostel and lots of tables. Its a nice and cheap hostel. I have no complaints about it. Good localization, not far away from one o the metro stations.

  • 3rd May 2013
  • Avid Traveller
  • Brazil
  • All Male Group, 18-24
  • (10 reviews)


Everton Hostel

Liverpool, England
46%

We had lots of problems with Everton Hostel. For starters, they charge you 5 pounds for late check-in each hour after 10PM. It has no direct way to get there from the airport (we standed a bit lost in the center of Liverpool until we got the right information). The bathroom in our dorm was not working. There was always A CROWD in the common room. The wifi only works in the common rooms. Good things about the hostel, though: The receptionist was really nice with us and the breakfast was good.


Globetrotters/The Townhouse

Dublin, Ireland
86%

It was a good hostel, really in the center of Dublin. The guy-receptionist (the one we talked to when checking in) was awesome and friendly, but the girl-receptionist (the one we talked to when checking out) not so much - she kept hurrying us to do things. The breakfast was not included, so that's kind of a bummer, but the place was really clean and really safe. We enjoyed our time there and would certainly use the same hostel whenever we go to Dublin again.

  • 12th Apr 2013
  • Avid Traveller
  • Brazil
  • All Male Group, 18-24
  • (10 reviews)

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Thanks very much for your feedback and sorry you felt rushed on your check out experience. We hope to see you back at The Townhouse/Globetrotters sometime soon in the future.

Hostal Charo II

Santiago de Compostela, Spain
100%

We just fell in love with the hostel: we got a double bed room with private bathroom and the weekend we spent there felt like home. The lady who works there is really friendly and she helped us to find nice places to eat. The room was very tidy and clean, the bathroom was big and had a bathtub and the whole place just felt not like an hotel, but like a really big and warm house. If we are to spend some more days in Santiago, we'll certainly get back to Charo II!