Reviews: Anonymous

94%

I had such a great time at the hostel. It was clean all of the time;the kitchen is really cool; there is a 24 hour open store across the street. On the other hand, even when the hostel isn't nearby downtown area it is really easy to get there and it doesn't take too long at all by subway. The airport is kind of close as well. MY ESPECIAL THANKS TO WYATT FOR HAVING HELPED ME OUT WHILE STAYING AT IHSP HOSTEL. P.S: Whenever I get back to CHICAGO I will book at IHSP over again.

  • 25th Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Uruguay
  • Male, 25-30
  • (3 reviews)


Gringo's Rincon Hostel

Sucre, Bolivia
100%

Excellent! It was teh best hostel I've stayed in while touring South America. It's got a beautiful kitchen and really cool people. I went everywhere just by walking. If I had to get back to Suche It'd do my best to stay at Gringo's hostel.


CaipiHostel

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
94%

First of all I must state that my stay at Caipihostel were 100% fine. They guys at the desk are just amazing. They helped me out all the week explaining the transportation system, other cities nearby to visit. They gave very valuable tips to get around in Rio without spending too much money. The only thing I didn't like at all was that most of the days in the morning toilets were totally dirty. Once I had to go to other one in a different floor. If I everget back to Río I'd stay at Caipihostel

  • 27th Nov 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Uruguay
  • Male, 25-30
  • (3 reviews)