Tokyo is a busy city, It's a hostel for people to relax. :) Facilities are nice, breakfast was great as well, friendly staff. A good choice if you want to stay in Asakusa area.
The most friendly hostel in Seoul, the location was good, it's near universities so there's a lot to eat and shop. You won't get bored even you dont go sightseeing! The room is really new, clean, and pretty safe for girls. The owner was very kind to show me places to have dinner. Way bring people together, show us around, we went to karaoke and shopping and BBQs, It's like best memories. I really glad I choose Fully! Defininately will stay again!
It's a very homey hostel, the Japanese staff is very helpful and nice. Good taste for furniture, the atmosphere is very good and people are friendly like a small community, Breakfast with bread, jam, cereal and milk, good enough for starting a good day! Price is very reasonable. Had a great time here and will definitely stay again.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 25-30
- (7 reviews)
My favorite hostel in Amsterdam! I'm glad I got the chance to stay in Shelter Jordan. It's a special hostel, Staff was perfectly nice and helpful, they're young and always smiling. Location is at city center and 1 min to light rail stop - Perfect. By the way, plugs are not availble at everybed, If you want to charge your devices, you can ask counter to help you. Overall, It's a 5 star hostel for me. Will definitely stay again!
No free wifi no kitchen no laundry machine no place to make a hot tea And it's not cheap,
I wonder why this hotel got high reviews. The first hotel I gave bad comment and won't stay again. It's super noisy at night, Not only noise from the street, even the noise from the front desk. And the show room was bad, it's easy to make water everywhere. It's hard to breathe in the room, not every rooms window are openable No enough plates in the kitchen, cups are not microwaveable. It's a cold and distance hotel. Water tank were malfunctioned but they didn't fix it as well.
Perfect location, near Kyoto Station(10 mins walk ), and bus stop. (3 mins walk) Staff are good in English, always full of energy and willing to help. Breakfast buffet was really nice (680 yen) Kitchen is big and functional, you can cook your own food here. with microwave, sugar, oil, mugs, plates, forks, chopsticks, big fridges....everything you need! I love the public space!! The only thing you need to bring is toiletries. they don't provide shampoo and conditioner