By far my favourite hostel. Bags full of character and staff were genuine, friendly and helpful. Loads to do on a rainy day - playing pool or watching a film in the cinema room. Location isn't central but it's only a 20 min walk to the centre and if you need to eat locally, don't overlook the Moroccan deli round the corner - does proper and tasty food.
A lovely place to stay. Really welcoming. The outdoor spa pool is a great way to unwind on an evening and the monsoon bar does great value and friendly pizza evenings.
A good but basic hostel. A bit small and everything is squeezed in to a communal space, but its all there and the rooms are warm. No lockers is a downside.
Good place but big so character was a bit lost. Sauna was great after a long day on the slopes and very clean. Free breakfast was gone before you could blink so don't count on this.
The other nice people staying there made this hostel good but it was a little shabby, the walls were very thin and the rooms were cold even with the heater on. Not much to do in the evening and expensive wifi.
Generally a nice hostel. Lovely house, and free pancakes were much appreciated. No real central common room for socialising (the tv room was dark and a bit unfriendly). Beware the lockers which are under the central stairs and coin operated.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (7 reviews)