This place is located just off the island of Venice, between the airport and the island. Its an excellent location as it is just outside the busy island, with a bus service running 4 times an hour between the airport and island. The hostel itself was very good, nice size, very clean and great owner make it a really nice place to stay. There are some local shops and restaurants providing almost anything you might need. The shower and beds were great and there is a fully equipped kitchen.
This is not so much a hostel as a studio apartment. Its location is pretty good and quiet - Riomaggiore is quite small and the apartment is at the top of the hill on the main street. There is a clean and tidy bathroom with a toilet sink and small bath with a shower over it. The kitchen is basic, with just a fridge and sink, no cooking facilities provided. The beds are just camp beds - one is more comfortable than the other!
The hostel itself was good - the staff were helpful and the room was fine, but the shower in our room did not work very well - we only had very lukewarm to cold water for our entire stay. The hostel is quite far out of town, although the shuttlebus run by the hostel is really useful. The common areas were really nice - the Chapel is a great place to sit and eat, and the hostel does offer a good value meal in the evening, as well as a good breakfast included in the price of the room.
A fairly stylish and up to date place. Its quite a long way out of the city centre, but there is a metro station almost right outside. It is closer to Montjuic though, which is definitely worth a visit. The room was basic, just beds really, but comfortable. The facilities are all shared, but in very good condition. A well equipped kitchen, one of the best we have seen so far. The staff were really friendly and helpful, they recommended a great restaurant.
Great location! Staff were very helpful. The room was ok, provided everything that we needed. Only problem was the other guests on our floor. Previous reviews were correct, the walls really are pretty thin! The kitchen was ok, it had a kettle which made us pretty happy! Also a microwave, but no hob/oven, so cooking for your self was very limited. Laundry service was helpful, as we had been traveling a while, but at 10 Eu, a bit more expensive than average.
A little difficult to find the hostel, but we called and the staff confirmed we were in the right place! The staff seem to be multi-lingual, which is pretty impressive and they were very helpful, showing us some things we should see on a map. The room was very nice, it had an en-suite and a balcony. The beds were comfortable and the shower strong and hot, although the wall support was broken, but this seemed to be a common theme of all the hostels we stayed in!
Just a bit out of Bilbao, was a bit of a pain to find. The staff seemed friendly, but no english was a bit of a hassle. The room was nice and the ensuite clean. Location is not that great, but transport links are pretty good.