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Reviews: Anonymous



  • Anonymous
  • Russia, Female, 18-24
  • Novice Nomad
8.0
17th Jul 2013

The kitchen might have been cleaner, and the breakfast was quite poor. Otherwise a nice place: quite big room, walking distance from the train and metro stations and Monmartre area, free Wi-Fi available all across the area. It was quite stuffy both in the room and in the kitchen, but you don't go to a hostel to spend all your time inside. Good place to spend several nights.

    • 8.0Value For Money
    • 8.0Security
    • 10.0Location
    • 8.0Facilities
    • 8.0Staff
    • 8.0Atmosphere
    • 6.0Cleanliness
  • Anonymous
  • Russia, Female, 18-24
  • Novice Nomad
7.4
16th Jul 2013

Wi-fi is only available on the ground floor. There are lockers and luggage room, but no actual locks, so you have either to bring your own lock or buy one at the reception, which is highly uncomfortable. It was quite stuffy in our room, and the window can't be opened wide. The pllows and the mattresses are covered with some sort of rubber cloth, which makes it hot to sleep on, especially in summer. Otherwise a nice place, close to the metro station, and the centre is within walking distance.

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Hi Kira, thanks for your comment. we decided to set up the wifi in the lobby in order to permit better interaction with travellers and guests, it is better to stay in a public place and between one surfing and another to exchange some experiences with other guests or with the front office staff ;-D the padlocks are available on the reception for a little amount, I have already noted your observation and we will try to give it a solution. Hope to see you again at our hostel!!! MATTIA

    • 6.0Value For Money
    • 6.0Security
    • 10.0Location
    • 6.0Facilities
    • 8.0Staff
    • 8.0Atmosphere
    • 8.0Cleanliness
  • Anonymous
  • Russia, Female, 18-24
  • Novice Nomad
10.0
13th Jul 2013

One of the best places I've stayed in. It is walking distance from the metro, not far from the centre, good safe area. The staff were extremely nice, breakfast was good, the room - the cleanliest I've ever been to. I could oly wish other hostels were similar to this one.

    • 10.0Value For Money
    • 10.0Security
    • 10.0Location
    • 10.0Facilities
    • 10.0Staff
    • 10.0Atmosphere
    • 10.0Cleanliness
  • Anonymous
  • Russia, Female, 18-24
  • Novice Nomad
Edinburgh Backpackers, Edinburgh, Scotland
3.7
5th Apr 2013

We lived in the building separate from the main one,and there was no kitchen, no wifi and no common room. Common room in the main building was constantly occupied, we virtually couldn't find where to sit. Very noisy, dirty kitchen, tiny rooms, uncomfortable beds, but worst of all were showers. No hot water in onу of them, broken flush in the other, and both extremely dirty. We spent there 3 nights, and the dustbin was never cleaned, or the linen changed. The worst place I've ever been to.

    • 2.0Value For Money
    • 4.0Security
    • 10.0Location
    • 2.0Facilities
    • 4.0Staff
    • 2.0Atmosphere
    • 2.0Cleanliness
  • Anonymous
  • Russia, Female, 18-24
  • Novice Nomad
Charing Cross Guest House, Glasgow, Scotland
8.3
3rd Apr 2013

The hostel is situated far from the city centre and the central station but close to the park, which suited us fine. There is also a train station nearby. The staff are friendly and nice, the breakfast tasty. The roomm was very cosy, although a bit cold, quite big and has a kettle. No kitchen. The showers are fine, clean, with hot water. As there is a major road nearby, it can be noisy at night, but otherwise it's a nice and cosy place to stay.

    • 8.0Value For Money
    • 6.0Security
    • 8.0Location
    • 8.0Facilities
    • 10.0Staff
    • 10.0Atmosphere
    • 8.0Cleanliness
  • Anonymous
  • Russia, Female, 18-24
  • Novice Nomad
MidTown Hostel, Nottingham, England
6.0
1st Apr 2013

The kitchen is too small, just one table, so is the common room, and we werу unable to cook, as everything was occupied, and ended up drinking tea on a landing. The showers are mad, it's impossible to regulate the temperature of the water. A noisy company was staying next door so it was hard to sleep through the bursts of laughter and cries. They drank, too, so the place smelled of alcohol, they wouldn't leave us alone, and the staff didn't seem to care about this.

    • 6.0Value For Money
    • 6.0Security
    • 8.0Location
    • 6.0Facilities
    • 6.0Staff
    • 4.0Atmosphere
    • 6.0Cleanliness
  • Anonymous
  • Russia, Female, 18-24
  • Novice Nomad
Astor Queensway, London, England
7.1
30th Mar 2013

A good place to stay if you do not expext anything special. An ordinary hostel in a good sense. There are lockers, quite a comfortable kitchen, the rooms are quite small but not too small. You get what you pay for - and obviously you don't expext to get a five-star-accomodation in a hostel - so if you are realistic, you won't get disappointed.

    • 8.0Value For Money
    • 8.0Security
    • 8.0Location
    • 8.0Facilities
    • 6.0Staff
    • 6.0Atmosphere
    • 6.0Cleanliness

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