Reviews: Anonymous

Casa Caterina

Cinque Terre, Italy
94%

Fantastic. When we showed up to their office the man new barely any English, but he led us to what turned out to be an entire apartment to ourselves, handed us the key and left. We had a living room, kitchen and bathroom in addition to a bedroom all to ourselves at a very good price. The owner was so trusting, we never actually saw him again and if we wanted to we could've probably gotten away without paying, but it was such a pleasant stay it was more than worth the cost.


Pal's Hostel

Budapest, Hungary
71%

Basically you rent a room in an apartment, no special atmosphere or anything but quite roomy with a full kitchen at your disposal. If you needed help with anything you would have to leave the building (which in itself was sketch but supposedly secure) and walk to another building a minute or two away to go to their office. That said, we needed help one morning and buzzed their doorbell several times during the morning to no response, and could only get them later in the afternoon.

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We have no 24-hour-reception desk. It's open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. We let that know to our guests in advance via email. Also in person at check-in. We have telephone for emergency 0-24:)

Lord Kensington Hotel

London, England
74%

Was not a bad hotel. Would've appreciated free wifi but instead it was offered for £5 each day. It wasn't very close to most of the sights of london but the metro wasn't far either, making that a little better.


Astor Queensway

London, England
77%

Staff were always helpful and nice, no matter what time it was. The rooms weren't spectacular but they were fairly clean and got the job done. It wasn't located in the heart of the city or anything but it was quite close to two tube stops, and being just a minute from Hyde park was also quite nice. Kitchen/breakfast area was basic but an excellent way to meet new people

  • 14th Mar 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • Mixed Group, 18-24
  • (4 reviews)