A hostel quite different from the ones I stayed in Europe. School dorm style. The room I stayed has an atic so we have to climb a steep ladder to reach our beds. Not enough chargers. Toilets are clean. The cafe has great food and coffee. We joined the bar night and bonfire, which were both quite nice. Its good that activity area and sleeping area have clear boundaries. in addition we tried the dry sauna, which is small but clean and nice.
Great place for city tours. A cozy place to stay in Istanbul. If you are looking for party hostel then this is not your place, but if you want a comfy bed and friendly vibe you should stay here. Close to Blue Mosque.
Fantastic place in Kabak valley. An hour bus drive from Oludeniz so the place is now touristic and peaceful. The valley has its own beach. Breakfast and dinner is delicious. Public area is the best, with a real pool and fireplace. The best part is the warm people there who treated us nicely. I wish we could stay longer.
Very nice place to stay. The dinner is great and Kadir helped us with arranging tours and buses and everything.
One of best hostels I have stayed in, though overpriced. The kitchen offers free pasta ,rice and bread. And there's super cute cat. In general, great experience here.
Goods: -clean sheets and bathroom.-The bed is very comfortable. -The receptionist has been very helpful. -The lounge is cozy and the outside place is great for summer.-friendly atmosphere. I like the fact that it didn't have those pub crawls and stuff and people can enjoy some peace at night. Bads: -The street will be a bit dodgy at night so take the big road. -The 5 euro breakfast offers croissant, bougette, juice, coffee and tea. So it is over priced I would say.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (7 reviews)