Reviews: Anonymous

NapPark Hostel at Khao San

Bangkok, Thailand
97%

Second best hostel I've stayed in in Thailand. It's quiet despite being very close to Khao San Road. It's clean, the beds are good, outlets are there, facilities are clean and good, the public area inside is great for napping, the public area outside is great for hanging out before going on a tour. Recommended.

  • 10th Feb 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Germany
  • Male, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)


Hostel Malti

St. Julians, Malta
100%

Absolute recommendation. The hostel has a rooftop terrace with a jacuzzi. Need I say more? Why not: The owner Chris is super nice, as is the rest of the staff that I've met. (Free drinks and food during the anniversary rooftop party!) The beds are sturdy and there are huge lockers under them. There's a fan in each room, which might be a little hot in the summer, but in spring it was great. The area is quiet, but easy to reach. Go there.

  • 30th May 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Germany
  • Male, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)


Matchbox The Concept Hostel

Singapore, Singapore
89%

Pros: Great (box-like) beds with two lights and charger, friendly staff, breakfast included, great location in every way, shower after check-out possible, big lockers, shampoo and soap provided. Cons: Toilets have showers, which makes for wet floors. Didn't seem like a place to meet people, but maybe I didn't stay long enough.

  • 28th Jan 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Germany
  • Male, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)


Little Hanoi Diamond

Hanoi, Vietnam
94%

This is a very good place to stay in the Old Quarter. The 8 bed dorms feature two queen-sized beds and 3 bunk beds (a sturdy wood construction). It has a classy feel to it (the private rooms even more so). Your bed linen and towel is changed every day, even if you stay on. The shower is hot. The staff is cheerful and friendly, but they don't forget about their commission when answering questions. The only downside of this hotel-partially-turned-hostel is the lack of a common room.

  • 11th Jan 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Germany
  • Male, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)


Lam Bao Long Hotel

Hue, Vietnam
69%

This was a decent place to stay. The cheaper room come without windows (or one facing the staircase). The furniture and facilities were older, but well taken care of. At least when it's rainy, it's impossible to reduce the humidity – even the linen felt damp. The location is good; it's in the main tourist area in close proximity to restaurants.


Nhi Trung Hotel

Hoi An, Vietnam
86%

I enjoyed my stay here. My room was small but comfortable. The bathroom even had some stylish glass elements (which I didn't expect) and a nice warm shower. Everything was very clean. Breakfast was included (although basic). The staff was nice and helpful. The hotel is situated a little north of the main action in the Old Town, about an 8 minute walk. Overall, I wouldn't call this place anything special, but a convenient and nice place to stay in Hoi An.


Diep Anh Guesthouse

Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
100%

You won't find a better place to stay, I think. The owners go out of their way to help you, be it with a detailed orientation sessions, a motorbike helmet to borrow or a shower in their bathroom after you've checked out. You can see it's honest friendliness, not only professionalism. The rooms (in the main house, mind you), are very clean and well-equipped. The location is excellent in the heart of the backpacker area, but quieter since it's in a narrow alley. I definitely recommend this place.

  • 31st Dec 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Germany
  • Male, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)


Velkommen Guesthouse Siem Reap

Siem Reap, Cambodia
94%

This is a relatively new guesthouse in an interesting niche: backpacker prices, but guesthouse comfort. I stayed in an air conditioned room with ensuite bathroom. It was very clean and in good condition. The staff there is incredibly helpful and very nice. If there is one thing it lacks, it's style. The building was designed to be grand, but is now functional. However, the nice staff and a well-frequented lounge make up for that. Recommended accommodation for Siem Reap.

  • 25th Dec 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Germany
  • Male, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)


Niras Bankoc Cultural Hostel

Bangkok, Thailand
83%

I really liked the hostel. Let's get the downsides out of the way before we proceed to the advantages: 1) Small common area to hang out (the café) and 2) you need to convince taxi drivers to take you there (although it is easy to find on day two. The rest was great, I liked the dark wood style, big lockers, good a/c, very friendly and helpful staff, reliable wifi, soap in the shower, one shower available after checkout and much more. I'd recommend that hostel to anyone coming to Bangkok.

  • 23rd Dec 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Germany
  • Male, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)

Owner Comment (Hide)
Thank you for your review. Regarding the comment about our common room, sorry for misunderstanding , as the common room was renovated while you were staying.That's why there's only coffee shop area for you to hang out. Secondly ,as problem with taxi drivers, it's common problem all people both Thais or foriegners to face bad taxis to charge passengers more .We are sorry about that but we do hope you will understand it's not about our location of old town quite close to all key places like Governor houses or temples.It's about the bad nature of BKK taxi. Hope tpo welcome you next time and thank you for recommendation.