Neuy, the owner, is probably the friendliest person I've met working in a hostel in South East Asia. She's incredibly bubbly and smiles all the time. She made sure I knew where to go and how to get there, and the hostel was very cosy.
Relaxed, nice staff, decent location, good beds.
Very cosy little hostel with awesome beds. Good location near the main square, a short walk from most things. The food they put on for breakfast beats pretty much any hostel I've stayed in
Cool place. The escape rooms are worth a try.
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Very cosy little hostel. It's quiet and feels kind of like you have your own apartment in Budapest. A short walk to transport, supermarkets, bars and restaurants.
I stayed in one other hostel in Plovdiv and visited another for a tour. The Crib was the nicest of the three. Modern, clean, full of character. Good party atmosphere - they do it upstairs, so you shouldn't be bothered in the dorm rooms if you want some sleep. My one gripe is that no one was awake to make breakfast in the morning.
The staff were incredibly helpful, I liked all of them. I stayed in the room in the roof and it had a really comfortable feel to it. Good breakfast, lots of tours on offer. My only suggestion would be to add some more chairs/tables to the common area.
Comfortable, laid back hostel with friendly staff, lots of info about what to do and how to get around. Short walk from everything you could need. Just one thing - you can't drink booze from outside the hostel, which is fine, but I'd have preferred if they had more on offer.
Great, laid back hostel, with friendly staff and plenty of places to chill out and talk with other guests. They also have lots of info about Tirana & things to do.
Great chilled out vibe. Staff were friendly & helpful. Loved the location.
The owner was incredibly hospitable, went out of his way to help me out, give me information, etc. The hostel had a cool, relaxed vibe which I liked. Very close to the centre and right beneath the city's hill/park.
Good value hostel. Nothing wrong with it, but it's obviously not a 5 star hotel. Close to bus transport to the Amalfi Coast, or a short walk to the pier to take a ferry. The staff were very friendly.
A bit out of the way but a cool little oasis in Rome. Could do with a kitchen.