Reviews: Anonymous

Casa Consell

Barcelona, Spain
100%

This is one of the nicest hostels I have ever stayed in, and it was also our cheapest option in Barcelona!! Perfect neighborhood and great for backpackers and families alike!


Albergue Studio Hostel

Barcelona, Spain
77%

It's pretty far outside the center of town in a sleepy neighborhood. It's great if that is what you are looking for, just know it will be a metro ride and a walk to get to anywhere in town (even just for a meal).


B&B Eurohome

Florence, Italy
89%

We had a flight to catch on our last day and the owner said the best way to get there was to take a taxi, which would be €35-40. So he called the one taxi driver in Signa for is so that it would be cheaper (it would have been double to get a driver from Florence). So we have the taxi set up then the taxi driver gets a flat tire. SO HE DRIVES US HIMSELF! So nice. The location is a bit out of the way (15 min walk to the train station) but truly not bad unless you have your luggage. Great value!


Londra

Sorrento, Italy
60%

Its fine if you are backpacking on a budget and this is the cheapest option (don't expect a social atmosphere). If you can afford nicer, I would recommend that. This place is a decent walk from the train station (where you get the bus to positano/amalfi). It's pretty secluded and surrounded only by other (nicer) hotels and is a bit of a walk to the closest restaurant (side note: the closest restaurant is delicious, the restaurant/bar past it on the corner is not).


91%

This place was the best part of Naples! It's a very social hostel with cute facilities and a kitchen.

  • 17th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • All Female Group, 18-24
  • (5 reviews)