Reviews: Anonymous

Baba Haveli Guesthouse

Jodhpur, India

family owned hostel, a son of the owner was taking care of guests. he was kind but only him. about the facilities, there was a roof top but... totally out of service. who wants to stay in such a space!? wifi is too weak to use in rooms, no common room. well there is one on the ground floor but the family always. watching a tv there occuping a sofa.location, simply too loud. i highly reccomend other hostels up on the hill even if you need to pay a little bit more...

  • 13th May 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Japan
  • Female, 25-30
  • (3 reviews)

Riad Verus

Fez, Morocco

It was just for a night, not much I can say, but not very happy to know the tax of 45 DH was not included in the price showed at the listings of the website. So, it was unexpectedly expensive. I said that I did not notice the notification written at the bottom of the page, then maybe cannot stay more than a night. Then, I could see the manager became unhappy and less friendly. Besides that, the dorm was so clean gorgeous and the bed was one of the best I have ever slept on at hostels!

Equity Point London

London, England

makes sense considering it is located in a heart of a massive city where people tend to live in functional and tastless way. no free internet nor wifi, no kitchen was fatal for me but plugin aside every bed and good breakfast they offer. staffs looked tiered but friendly overall.

  • 21st Nov 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Japan
  • Female, 31-40
  • (3 reviews)