Reviews: Anonymous

71%

Pub hostel on the outskirts of London, but for the price it's great. Lots of codes for doors so very secure. And a pub beneath can never go bad.

  • 27th Jun 2013
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  • Australia
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (13 reviews)


Backpackers BCN Diputació

Barcelona, Spain
97%

Can't fault this place. In a nice area of Barcelona, central to everything site related. Hostel was clean, staff helpful and great kitchen facilities. The hostel is located near supermarkets/cafe's/restaurants so you don't need to go far for food either. Was able to meet some nice people too, but it's not a busy hostel

  • 21st Jun 2013
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  • Australia
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (13 reviews)


Umore Ona Bi

San Sebastian, Spain
89%

First of all, this is not a hostel, it's a hotel with shared bathrooms. No common room, or kitchen, but that's the only negative aspects. Great rooms kept extremely clean and enough bathrooms for guests to not have to queue.

  • 18th Jun 2013
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  • Australia
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (13 reviews)


80%

Right in the middle of tourist central and very close to the Mezquita. Building is beautiful with a Cordoban 'patio' in the heart of it all. However a few things were off about this place. Only one bathroom for an entire floor of guests (maybe 30 people), and I know they say there is an additional cost for bedding but we weren't even offered any when we arrived. To add, it's more of a hotel, no hostel atmosphere to speak of. In conclusion, good but not great.

  • 8th Jun 2013
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  • Australia
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (13 reviews)


Casa Babylon Backpackers

Malaga, Spain
97%

Hippy hostel close to Alcazar. What more could you want? Facilities are great; awesome kitchen to cook meals in, bar playing dub/reggae, great environment to meet people. Staff are super friendly and hospitable as well. Bathroom and dorms are great too. Can't fault this place. Stay here, you won't regret it.

  • 4th Jun 2013
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  • Australia
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (13 reviews)


Hostel Dolce Vita

Granada, Spain
83%

This hostel was fine. Clean shower, comfy beds, lockers, nice place. But the main thing that made it for me was the fact that Granada has free tapas with any drink purchased. We lived off this (have no regrets), being able to get drunk and fed for less than €10. Thank you Granada.

  • 1st Jun 2013
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  • Australia
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (13 reviews)


Rossio Hostel

Lisbon, Portugal
100%

Undoubtedly the best hostel I've stayed in. Facilities, staff, environment, location (I could go on) were all above amazing. We arrived really late our first night (1am), having been delayed at the airport, to arrive at the hostel to waiting staff and applauding guests. Breakfast (scrambled eggs or pancakes) are cooked fresh each morning for each guest. I could rave on about so much more but all I'll say is do yourself a favour and stay here when in Lisbon, please.


Camping Rialto

Venice, Italy
80%

We stayed in a cabin and lucky we did. The first night it rained heavily, washing out all of Venice and namely the tents. Venice had unprecedented cold weather for May during our stay and it did get cold at night (extra blankets can be acquired) The camp site has good showers/washing machine facilities and a pizzeria/general store/bar which is good because there are no cooking facilities. There is a supermarket just down the road too. The bus to Venice and airport was just outside the site also.


PLUS Florence

Florence, Italy
74%

We arrived at PLUS only at 7pm to be told that our room was taken. We were put into a larger room and given towels which are normally an additional fee but we got for free (yay?) To add, there is no wifi throughout the hostel. The only place it worked was in the lobby, as could be seen by everyone in the hostel sitting in this area. Aside from those few f@#k ups it was clean and comfortable.


94%

Located 5 mins from the Old Town, this hostel is very well located. Split is not very big so getting about from here was very easy. Bathrooms were the cleanest and most modern I have stayed, and easily the best shower I've had during my month of traveling Europe. We also had access to a kitchen with all the cooking utensils you need. And talking about food, there is a 'Green' market 5 mins from here, perfect for dinner. Oh, and the host was very welcoming. Made sure we felt like we were at home.


Hostel Mali Mrak Zagreb

Zagreb, Croatia
86%

Everything about this place was great; the hosts were very chilled and welcoming, rooms were clean with great art throughout the hostel, and we were able to wash our clothes there too. The only thing that brings my rating down is the location. It is easily 20 mins by tram from the main train station and then a 10 min walk from there, which is off a side street and down an alley into a suburban part of Zabreg.


Carpe Noctem Vitae

Budapest, Hungary
77%

So off the bat, this is a party hostel. The hosts (who were very welcoming/chilled) organize bar crawls, party boats, and many other activities to engage guests during their stay here. So if you're up for being social and being drunk this your place (contiki tour vibe). Me and my partner booked a private room with shared facilities which was fine. However we couldn't get wifi in our room which was really the only downer. Side note: hostel was primarily Americans and Australians.


Prague Lion Hostel

Prague, Czech Republic
74%

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