The staff at Snuffel are terrific and make you feel welcome immediately. The rooms are clean and comfortable and there is a kitchen. We had a great time at Snuffel and would go back again. Be aware that there is no chillout area/lounge so if you don't want to hang out in the bar/seating area then you'll need to go to your room or to the courtyard. The showers are in a separate room (you just walk through the courtyard) but this wasn't a problem. There are toilets and sinks near the bedrooms.
- All Female Group, 25-30
- (26 reviews)
This hostel is very clean and secure and in a good location, though it would help if there were directions on the hostel website as I didn't know where to go when I got off the bus. It would be helpful if there was a kitchen, however hot water and a microwave were available. The staff were changeable, sometimes they were helpful and friendly and at other times they were quite rude and condescending. I would stay here again, Luxembourg city was beautiful!
- All Female Group, 25-30
- (26 reviews)
Good location and walking distance from St. Pauli. There is also an underground directly opposite it. The kitchen appeared to be well equipped though i didn't use it. The showers were were unisex which would be fine but they had see through doors so you wouldn't want to be using them if people you didn't know were in there. There were also only 2 showers available for the whole hostel. Dorm rooms did not lock, sheets and towels were extra. Felt like there were lots of added costs.
There was a really nice terrace for when it was sunny. The rooms were clean as were the bathrooms. The kitchen was really well equipped!
Good location, kitchen was a little average but still decent. I enjoyed my stay here, beds were comfortable, hostel was clean.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. The room was clean and the bathroom, although small was private and clean. There are communal computers for use and the owners was very friendly and helpful. The location was also good as we only had a short walk from Monastiraki station.
Hostel Meteora is in a great location, close to the centre of town and a 30min bus ride from the monasteries. Unfortunately the first room we were given didn't have a bathroom and we had to use the bathroom in a different dormitory which means that there can be up to 10 people sharing the same bathroom. Air conditioning is available but you need to ask for the remote. People are allowed to smoke in the common lounge/bar and as a non smoker I didn't want to go in there as it smelt.
The hostel is almost like a shared apartment and the dorm room was located at the bottom of the hill in Riomaggiore which we really appreciated when carrying our bags. The kitchen was big enough and there was a dining table that we all sat around and got to know each other. There is a also a terrace which is great in the evening. The bathroom was big and fairly clean. There are no security lockers, the beds were single beds not bunk beds though which was nice.
The two owners of the hostel were wonderful and helped wherever possible. The location is terrific and is just a short walk to Amalfi (5-10min). Breakfast is provided though there is no kitchen for guest use. The rooms were clean and we had a key to the door, though no security locker (we left valuables with Philipo at the desk instead). Other than breakfast there is no real shared room so meting people can be a little difficult since you don't really see people during the day.
We had a great time at Ciak hostel and met some great people. The staff were friendly and really helpful, they gave us great tips about where to eat and there was a pasta night which we enjoyed. The hostel has a kitchen and although the bathrooms were small they were clean.
Unfortunately we got "upgraded" to a room on the top floor with o wifi access even though it is on all 4 other floors. There is no kitchen, however there is a great common lounge with Turkish lounges (though it gets a bit noisy at night because it becomes a bar and is the only communal area). The location is really good and you can walk to everything.
Although there is no kitchen breakfast and dinner are provided as part of your booking and were delicious. There is a terrific outdoor communal area that we loved relaxing in. This was the perfect place to relax and reenergise!
We enjoyed our time in Cappadocia. The hostel staff were lovely and breakfast is decent, however there was no key to the room and no security lockers so you just had to trust that noone would enter the room. There is a small safe for passports etc., no kitchen. All in all a good hostel and in a cave!
We had an enjoyable stay in the hostel and the staff were very friendly and helpful. There were lockers in the room and the hostel was in an excellent location near most attractions (ie. Blue Mosque) and close to the tram. The only common area was where breakfast was served and there is no kitchen but this would not prevent us from staying here again.
The hostel staff were fabulous and extremely welcoming, There was a meal offered for 10 euro each night which was delicious (if you were cooking it did take up most of the kitchen but the chef was happy to move things for you), there was a free walking tour that collected people from the hostel and was very fun. I really enjoyed the location and security of this hostel (electronic entry, though it does beep when you open your locker at night). I had a great stay at this hostel.
Equity point had a well equipped kitchen, terrific showers and a comfortable lounge with separate tv room (so you could actually hear the tv).
Blue coast hostel is located close to the bus station and close to the main square. Unfortunately I found that none of the staff knew much about the local area (with exception of the owner) and did not seem to want to find out for us. The bathrooms were dirty and the toilet paper was often empty or nearly so. We ended up spending quite a bit of money on food in Setubal as we were not permitted to use the kitchen to cook for ourselves. The kitchen often smelled of cigarette smoke.
I stayed at Hostel 33 just for one night after arriving on a late flight into Faro. The owner Ricardo was extremely helpful and friendly and showed us around. The beds were comfortable and the kitchen seemed well equipped though I didn't have time to use it and the bathroom was nice and big (and clean). The hostel was also close to the us station which was really good.
Although the hostel was clean and very well located having to check in down the road at a different hostel was very inconvenient. The lack of staff at the hostel was also a problem as there was no way to ask about facilities, Brussels or extending your stay without going back to the other hostel. They claim there are no staff in order to keep costs down but I would suggest they hire a backpacker in return for accommodation. The kitchen had no bench space, showers were good, beds are comfortable.
- Couple, 25-30
- (26 reviews)
This hostel is in a great location for seeing Edinburgh. However the common room is in a room of its' own and if you aren't going to the common room specifically you don't necessarily meet anyone. The rooms were in a separate building to the common areas which was fine but a little annoying if you wanted to use wifi as you had to go to the common building. The kitchen was very messy (not the hostels fault but with so many people it gets dirty very quickly).
Really enjoyed my stay here. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly and you almost feel like part of family as soon as you arrive. Kitchen was well setup with plenty of bench space for more than one person to cook at the same time.
I absolutely loved my stay at the Grand Luxe hostel. The dorm rooms were spacious, the lounge and kitchen were comfortable and clean and the staff were very helpful. I was also able to access a gym around the corner for free which was fantastic. The Grand Luxe hostel felt like a hotel and I think once more people discover it, it will need a waiting list.