Reviews: Anonymous

Hostel Ana

Split, Croatia
31%

Hostel is run by a family. They all sleep in the common area, the kids never get off the guest computer, they gave no help on what to do around Split, no hot water, no shower heads, kitchen was always full of old dirty dishes from the family that were living there, no locks on doors, no lockers and everyone in the area knows the main door combination.

  • 17th Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • England
  • Male, 18-24
  • (4 reviews)


Sir Toby's Hostel

Prague, Czech Republic
94%

Best hostel i have found in Europe so far! Highly recommend to all..... Maybe on the hostel world description for location don't mention your far out of the prague centre. Your not, its a 5 min tram.

  • 10th Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • England
  • Male, 18-24
  • (4 reviews)


St Christopher's Inn Prague

Prague, Czech Republic
63%

I think the heart of a hostel is the common area where you get to meet other people. This Hostel did not have a common area, bar (there was a bar in the basement, but it was not part of the hostel) or kitchen!


Be Mar Hostel

Barcelona, Spain
74%

No customer comment

  • 3rd Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Couple, 18-24
  • (4 reviews)


Link Cordoba Hostel

Cordoba, Argentina
46%

Staff constantly lost track of what we had paid and what was owed, causing a lot of frustation. Dorm room couldnt be locked and the front door was always open and rarely someone behind the counter to make sure anyone coming in was actually staying at Link. Didnt have the hostel mix of people that most other hostels have. Best thing about Link was location, cake in the morning and Tim the USA guy was really helpful. Have told other travelers to stay clear of Link Cordoba

  • 19th Aug 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Male, 18-24
  • (4 reviews)

Owner Comment (Hide)
Hey, thank you for leaving a reply, we always appreciate feedback from our guests . We document every transaction once it is made within our system of checks and balances and no way can there be any confusion, so we are having trouble seeing where the frustration came from. All of our rooms come with one key that stays at reception when you leave and you are free to lock the room when you like, as we tell every guest at checkin and in our checkin sheet that you sign. We apologize that you weren´t content with our ¨mix¨ of guests, as the majority of our hostel was full of travelers from mostly Central and South America during your two day stay. Having a mix of all types of travellers from all around the world is what we embrace in Link Hostel and most travellers I think would look at the mix as an opportunity to practice spanish and learn different cultures!