The kitchen is small and not well equipped. There are no common areas. Few of the men's showers so not work
Rooms are not very big and the ones that face the street might be a bit noisy. The kitchen can be very crowded at peak times. Loved the free pancakes on Sunday!
Few stops from the central railway station, besically beside the castle, at walking distance from the historic centre and the jewish quarter. Two showers were flooding.
The best equipped kitchen ever seen. Rooms lack of space where to leave your stuff
By far the cleanest hostel I' ve seen. It's located 3 mins walking to Charles Bridge. Towels are included but not given unless you ask for it, the same for the sandwich at breakfast. It lacks of atmosphere, too formal
Teh kitchen and the common areas where dirty all the time. That's more guests' fault but the staff should be more present around. The room we staying in was in an adapted wing of the building, there was no WiFi signal at all in our room
The hostel is actually a farm located in a beautiful place. The glass of fresh milk you get in the morning is from their caws and you can ask to try their cheese too. Joseph is very friendly and drove us to sighisoara where he was going for his own business in change of a contribution in fuel. He even showed us few places on the way and had a very interesting talk along the way. Magura is the perfect place for relaxing in a wonderful and peaceful nature and enjoy hiking
The hostel is located in a quiet place very close to the city center and well connected to the train station. The basic breakfast consisting of tea, coffe, bread and jam in the last of our 2 nights missed of coffee and tea and the girl (silvia) who supposed to be in charge was not even there... all the guests were really disappointed
At walking distance from the train station and the old town, the staff was really nice, breakfast a bit poor though
Great location, just outside the medina. Good atmosphere, just have to pay for any extra (tea, shisha)