Reviews: Anonymous

86%

Hostel was SUPER close to Victoria coach/train station and many main London attractions. Code locks on entry and room doors made us feel very secure. There are lockers, too (but bring your own padlock). Overall, our room was really quiet and the beds were comfortable. Would definitely recommend for anyone who wants to find a decently priced place in London without having to stay too far out!

  • 17th May 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • All Female Group, 25-30
  • (7 reviews)


Crafoord Place

Stockholm, Sweden
86%

Wonderful! Staff was helpful, location was not far from central station (10-15 min), felt secure (door codes were required to enter the main building, the hostel floor, and the hostel rooms), and was clean. We arrived after check-in but found an adorable envelope welcoming us with instructions, plus a bag of slippers to wear inside, hats to buy or borrow, etc. Only 2 showers and 3 bathroom stalls made schedule interesting--but only a minor inconvenience. Bring your own padlock for the lockers!


Do Step Inn

Vienna, Austria
83%

The location is great--just a 5-to-10-minute walk from the Westbahnhof, and about 20-30 minutes to the heart of Vienna by foot. The rooms and bathroom were clean, and the hostel even provided a bath towel free. If you want to use the lockers in the bedrooms, make sure you bring your own padlock. (You can purchase one at the desk for €3, but those all seem to use the same key.) Overall, Do Step Inn was clean and quiet--definitely one I'd recommend.


94%

Great hostel! Beds were clean and comfy, lockers were big, building felt very secure and was easy to find--a 10-minute walk from the train station, and only 10 minutes the other direction to the city center. The bathrooms had clean, hot showers (and a row of hairdryers). One of the cleanest, most comfortable hostels I've experienced in Europe!

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Anker Hostel

Oslo, Norway
77%

Overall, hostel was great: short walk from the train station, decent security (rooms and hallways could only be entered with key cards). My room of 6 beds was cozy, clean, & quiet. even on a holiday! Small bathroom--no big deal, but the shower is just a curtained-off corner of the small room, so be prepared for that. Bring your own padlock if you wish to use one of the tiny lockers, and if you're looking for wifi, it works in the lobby only. Price was reasonable for Norway--I enjoyed my stay!


Marken Gjestehus

Bergen, Norway
86%

This is one of the nicest hostels I've encountered in Europe: clean, many large rooms, a small lounge and a dining room/kitchen! In a great location, just a few minutes away from Bryggen, Floyen Funicular, and train station. Norway's expensive overall, so this price was very reasonable. Reception is not open all day, so plan your arrival accordingly. Also, the bunk beds are a little creaky, and the lockers (at least in my room) were smallish and hidden away in a difficult-to-manuever corner.


Youth Hostel Van Gogh (Chab)

Brussels, Belgium
83%

Great value for the money! Hostel is very close to a metro stop that takes you right to the center of Brussels. The security for entering and leaving the building could be tighter, but you need a key to enter your room or the locker storage room, so I felt quite safe. The room and bathrooms were pretty clean, and breakfast was provided (very simple: juice, coffee, toast, corn flakes). My pillow was more like a bag of random lumps of cotton, but other than that, the beds were comfortable.

  • 11th Oct 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • All Female Group, 25-30
  • (7 reviews)