Reviews: Anonymous

Hostel Terra da Luz

Fortaleza, Brazil
89%

A really warm welcome from the owners and staff. Nico was very friendly and did his utmost to make should I was comfortable in the hostel and getting out and about in Fortaleza. The offer all sorts of assistance with transfers and travel and will even take you to a football game! They have plans to organise music and barbecue nights so the hostel looks set to be the liveliest in Fortaleza.


Barra Guest Hostel

Salvador, Brazil
94%

This hostel was super friendly. I was lucky as well to be sharing with some other fun guests, we always went out and parties together in strange places and is fun things in the day. A lot was from advice from the staff and the owners of the hostel. Breakfast was diverse and plentiful and caipirinhas in the evening am were delicious. A safe place to be in Salvador which can be an intimidating place at times. Plus go to Rabba just around the corner - organic per kilo with loads of salad!


Vila Madalena Hostel

Sao Paulo, Brazil
89%

A very cool place in a very fun area, 5-10 minutes from some cool bars and restaurants. Unfortunately a bit of a hike from the metro when you have a heavy bag but it's fine. The owner was very friendly and knowledgable if a litte too talkative at times. He has some great plans to serve local food and craft beer in the hostel that I hope people will appreciate! It's easy to meet people here and a great mix of 50% brasilieros and 50% gringos! Thanks!

  • 24th Dec 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • England
  • Male, 25-30
  • (4 reviews)


Lahinch Hostel

Lahinch, Ireland
86%

Peter was a top host, always helpful and inquisitive. Plenty of jam on toast and tea available after a surf. When a school group came they more or less took over the communal area though which was a bit annoying but I appreciate that it was largely out of the hostel's control. Will definitely go back if I'm in Lahinch again.

  • 24th Sep 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • England
  • Male, 25-30
  • (4 reviews)