Reviews: Anonymous

City Hostel Buda

Budapest, Hungary
69%

The hostel was very cheap and thus well worth the money. Less good was the fact that many of the rooms were invaded by ants at the moment. The staff told us this only happened during the summer but anyway. No air-condition but possible to rent a fan for 2 euro/day plus a deposition. Toilets were okay and every room had its own shower which was very nice. Location was a bit away from city centre but possible to walk in 20-30 minutes. Overall we had a nice stay here, we spend 3 nights.

  • 24th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Sweden
  • All Female Group, 18-24
  • (3 reviews)


The Hostel Box Gaudi

Barcelona, Spain
89%

Very nice hostel, a bit outside the city centre but easy to get there by the metro. Felt very safe and calm even though each room didn't have a separate lock. Every bed is a little box and under it you have your own locked drawer. The guy in the reception in the night-time was very helpful and friendly and the reception was open 24 h a day. There was a washing machine but unfortunately it was broken when we stayed. Wifi works best in the reception/kitchen and is limited in the rooms.

  • 8th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Sweden
  • All Female Group, 18-24
  • (3 reviews)


Hans Brinker Budget Hotel

Amsterdam, Netherlands
83%

A typical hostel with bunk-beds and lockers for each bed. Every dorm has its own shower and bathroom meaning you share with the other people in the room. Can be a bit annoying when there is many girls who shares. Breakfast (cereal toast, butter, jam and coffee) is included. No air-condition. Wifi works only in the reception and restaurant/bar.

  • 1st Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Sweden
  • All Female Group, 18-24
  • (3 reviews)