Reviews: Anonymous

69%

If you happen to be staying in Frankfurt one night since your plane leaves the next day; this hostel is fine. Anything more, don't stay. It is a 5 min walk down one street to the main train station, but the street is EXTREMELY noisy, with no AC. This hostel nickel and dimes you for everything....breakfast....lockers....and yes, electricity. If you want to use the outlet above your bed, they charge you. I would not stay here again.


Hostel ELF

Prague, Czech Republic
77%

Decent hostel for Prague. A little on the expensive side for how far outside center city (old town square) it is, about a 15-20 min walk. Great location to central train station. Hostel was clean, bathrooms clean, staff was pretty helpful. Be aware, No AC, beds are not that comfortable. They do have an outdoor lounge area which is nice, and cheap beer for sale from the hostel. Also has good wifi/kitchen/fridge for free.


Affittacamere The Tramp

La Spezia, Italy
80%

Most people staying in La Spezia are taking the train into Cinque Terre, and this is a great location for that. Not to much goes on in La Spezia. This hostel though is more like a hotel, with 6-7 private bedrooms, all with bathrooms. Very clean, comfortable (with AC) rooms, well worth your stay. Also, security very, very good

  • 23rd Jun 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • Mixed Group, 18-24
  • (4 reviews)


86%

So this isn't exactly a hostel, it's a guest bedroom in Edwin's apartment. Either way, this place was great! We arrived about 5 hours earlier than expected and let us keep our stuff in the room. Super clean, gives you a key to outside entrance/bedroom- bedroom locks so all your stuff is safe. Edwin's a good guy, well worth it for the money.

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Thanks Jacob.