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Guest House Inn

Baku, Azerbaijan
91%

Nice place very close to the train station. It's more a hotel than a hostel, the dorm is basically a hotel room with multiple beds (and a private bathroom), but there is a kitchen that you can use and a dining room that can serve as a common room. The owner (or manager maybe) speaks English and is willing to help. He will handle the registration process if you ask him. On the negative side, the room I was in had its windows over 28 May street which is a very busy street.


D'Vine Hostel

Batumi, Georgia
80%

There is a nice atmosphere at the hostel and the owners have a lot of good information.


Youth Hostel Innsbruck

Innsbruck, Austria
54%

The hostel was built in 1976 and it looks like it has not been renovated since. You have to pay 3 Euros to use the Wifi and you also apparently have to pay to use the kitchen.


Guesthouse Salzburg

Salzburg, Austria
71%

Very big hostel which seems intended more for schools than for individual travelers. On the good side, there is a canteen with cheap and good food. On the negative side, there is no kitchen where you could cook your own food.


Harry's Inn

Larnaca, Cyprus
83%

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