Reviews: Anonymous

Hostal Luz de Luna Nuyoo

Oaxaca, Mexico

Very nice hostel, friendly staff. You will surely love their dogs and cats! If you go there please say hello for me to Panchito, the oldest dog!

Hostel Erni

San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico

Nice place to stay, just at the border of city center. Its problem it's that it is a little anonymous, it looks more like a hotel than a hostel (and that's why the prices are really good). And the staff is quiet absent, i had to look for them during two days to pay, and when i checked out i had to leave my keys to their 4 years old daughter.

Graffiti Playa

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Amazing hostel, i definitely reccomend it. Very nice staff and atmosphere! And perfect location, too, just a couple of blocks from the beach and the city center.

Hostel Quetzal

Cancun, Mexico

Nice hostel, the people there is like "party-oriented", but never had noise problems during night. Value for money is good, since breakfast and a (little) dinner are included. The bad thing was about the facilities: in 3 days there, during 2 days we just had no water, and not being able to take a shower after being to the seaside is not that cool. Moreover, just above my bed there was a very noisy airconditioner, had to turn it off, and suffer the heat.

La Casa del Tio

Guanajuato, Mexico

If you want to sleep before the party in town ends, then it's the wrong place. Otherwise it's not bad, just not the cheapest place in the world.

Hostal Villa Colonial

Zacatecas, Mexico

No customer comment

Gemas House - Hostel

Queretaro, Mexico

The place is beautiful, and in a perfect position, central but in a quiet neighborhood at the same time. The staff is very kind (they made me pay less than what i expected!), the only bad thing is they don't speak english. I think there are no more than 3 rooms, so interaction is difficult.

Oporto City Hostel

Porto, Portugal

No customer comment

  • 25th Nov 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Italy
  • Couple, 18-24
  • (8 reviews)