Only planned on staying 3 nights in Sarajevo but stayed an extra two. Loved the city and Haris's hostel is great. Haris is super nice and friendly and will do anything for his guests. I was there during Ramadan so he couldn't eat or drink anything during the day but still was accomodating and booked a rafting trip for us. His tours of Sarajevo are not to be missed. Maybe there are other hostels not up a hill, but it's really not that bad considering everything you get for your money.
Oldest hostel in Belgrade and a lot of fun to stay at. The beds can be a bit rough and the shower set up isn't ideal but it's manageable and expected for the cheap price. The staff are awesome locals who own the place and a lot of fun to hang out with and drink Rakije as well!
Great central location by a lot of the sights and nightlife. Staff are super friendly and helpful. Yes, it is a large hostel, but if you go to the bar in the lobby it's easy to meet people. Only complaints are the wifi is overloaded and the bar can be quite hot. Breakfast is a bit overpriced for what you get but it is convenient.
Wifi is really bad here due to the large amount of people staying in the hostel. The beds are nice and the showers/bathrooms are well maintained. The best part about the hostel in the pub crawl that leaves every night, it's a lot of fun and takes you to the local bars and clubs where you'll meet more Croatians than tourists.
Comfortable beds, although not everyone has an outlet. The directions are tough to find the hostel but check-in is in Charlie's Bar, which also serves as the common room during the day. Everything is well maintained and the bar is the place to meet people.
A bit of a walk to the hostel from the main town area but that's probably the same anywhere on the island, it's all uphill. Great staff and facilities, and the nightly group outings are great to get to meet people. I think the guy's name is Scott that organizes the group to go out every night and he does an amazing job ensuring everyone is meeting everyone else. Rooms can get cold at night with the A/C on as there are no heavy blankets, only sheets on the beds.
Not far from the train station but about 15-20 mins from everything else. Check in is weird because it's in a laundromat but the staff was extremely helpful and friendly. Rooms are basically hotel rooms with four single beds put inside. My room had its own shower and bathroom and sleeping there was fine as there was AC. No real common room to meet other travelers in but there is a party hostel with a bar only a few blocks over I hung out at to meet people.
Nice hostel, plugs by each bed, my 8 bed dorm had it's own shower. Free breakfast was nice, they also serve cheap but good meals. Only thing missing was atmosphere, it felt like the place was dead when I was there in the middle of summer.
Just stayed here overnight to make a connecting train. Not a bad walk from Porta Susa but there is nothing around the hostel at all and it feels like a shady neighborhood. I had to leave early and wanted to get my 5 euro key deposit back but the worker was not there at 8 like advertised so I had to leave and catch my train and the 5 euro.
Toilets did not have toilet seats, no toliet paper either. Not far from the metro but a few stops from anything worth seeing. Very noisy neighborhood so if you go in the summer and leave the window open because it's blistering hot you wit be able to sleep because of the constant noise most likely.
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Very close to all the main tourist sites in Edinburgh. Staff is friendly and helpful.