Stayed in a dobule room (shared toillet) with my girlfriend and furniture was pretty new and everything was perfectly clean. The only bad thing was the noise insulation. Unfortunately, I couldn't say the same about the shared toillets, which were just average. Staff was great and willing to help. Front desk has a cool design and cheap beer, but nobody was hanging out there and the atmosphere was rather cozy than party. It's only a 10 min walk to the city center.
- Avid Traveller
- Couple, 25-30
- (10 reviews)
As the name tells, it's a place for a cheap sleep and only. There were no lockers in the 10 beds dormitory. Staff recommended me to use lockers from other rooms but there weren't any avaiable. Location is not the most central one, but really close to public transportation so you can easily go everywhere.
- Avid Traveller
- Male, 18-24
- (10 reviews)
It's more a Brazilian style "pousada" than a hostel. The location is great: 5 min walking to the bus terminal, where you can take buses to falls, Itaipú, birds park and airport. There's also a few restaurants nearby. For the price we got a really nice room with breakfast included and we were really happy. It was below 10 °C and they provided enough blankets! Staff is super friendly and gave us many good tips. Warn them in advance if you want a double bed, as they're two single beds assembled.
Really nice family runned hostel. Everything was very clean. Breakfast is great! Location is not the best, but it's really close to public transportation system, which works quite well in Curitiba. Atmosphere is not the best if you're looking for those hostels holding bars and parties, but it has got it's charm as a family place. I recommend you walk three blocks to see the Botanical Garden (a must see!) and take the Tour Bus (R$30 for 5 stops) which takes you everywhere you might want to go.
The hostel itself is perfect. Facilities are new and it is very clean. It's a bit far from most of the main attractions, but it's close to the subway and many bus lines. Double and Twin Rooms are a bit overcharged, since you still have to use the shared bathroom. Our room didn't have air conditioning, which would be insane in summer. All staff members were really polite and helpfull. We would definitely recommend a stay here. Cheers!
It's OK for Chinese standards, but not really a world class hostel. The matress was really hard. The toillets mostly on the floor. Just stayed for one night, so didn't try the shower. For one night it was OK, but definitely is not a very comfortable place!
One of the best hostels I've stayed in China! It's a big hostel and it has also hotel rooms so the structure and facilities are great! The room was clean and warm. Mattres, sheets and blankets are good. Shower was hot 24h a day! Hostel is located inside an artistic complex, which is not finished yet, but it seems that it is going to be a nice place and this would improve the location a lot. It was difficult to find and they should definitely add signs. It is a bit far away from main attactions.
Location is good: walking distance to city's central area. Room was very dark and reading light was needed to see things clearly even during the day. Shower is not that hot if many people use it simultaneously. Toillet paper was only avaiable at the front desk, so you have to ask for it every time before using the toilet. Cleanliness was just OK. Common area was good and they have plenty of books, movies, a guitar and internet access. The friendly labrador retriever was a plus!
I've been traveling around China staying at hostels and this one is the best I've been to! Location is perfect: Just a 5 min walk to Nanjing East Street with easy access to The Bund, People's Square and subway. The facilities are great and the toilets and showers were always clean. 8-bed room has enough space and is warm for the winter. The mattres was very good. Pillow was terrible and they promtly changed for a new good one after I complained in the front desk. Breakfast is OK, but overpriced.
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