Great staff and location, and we met some great people in the common areas. Showers are, tragically, below body temperature (there's no temperature control, just a button). 3/4 washing machines are out-of-order. 2/3 vending machines are out-of-order. No hot water in the kitchen, and it took us about 10 minutes to find a stove set that worked. In short, decent hostel with some facilities issues.
Pretty decent overall. Nice atmosphere, good common room (complete with the typical untunable guitar). It's loud outside every night, all week, since it is in the middle of the Temple Bar area, but that also makes for decent partying.
Not particularly charming as a hostel, but there aren't that many in Girona. Typical large hostel. There was a funky smell near the elevator during our stay that convinced me to use the stairs. Rooms are rather dimly lit (I could sleep with them on, and it sometimes hard to see what you're doing). If you're in a room without a shower/bathroom, you may shower in the dark when the automatic lights shut off. Great location though.
Decent chain hostel. 5 minute walk from the metro. Nice common area, functional kitchen, hot showers.
Tiny but functional kitchen. Bar downstairs (funny British guy tending bar when we were there). Staff do their jobs, but from what I remember seemed slightly disinterested. As a couple, we got a twin and then a double room to ourselves at the dorm rate, which was nice.
Charming! If in need of a place for a couple nights, I'd recommend this spot. We took two nights here when other hostels were booked out for the weekend. Tiny rooms, but not so small as to be uncomfortable. Nice staff, breakfast with sliced meats and cheese. Not a party hostel, which was refreshing in Amsterdam. Slightly older crowd.
Great hostel! Stay here! Of the dozen hostels we stayed at on our trip to Europe, this was probably the best. Great place to meet people, as the layout of the place encourages socializing. Good kitchen area. There was a (free) common dinner night which we took part in. Two minutes walk from the Senefelderplatz station, super easy to find. A decent, but not overly long, walk to Alexanderplatz and the Spree.