Reviews: Anonymous

Dar Bargach

Tangier, Morocco

This is a cute hotel but definitely not a hostel. No main area inside to relax without hotel staff sitting in the same area with you. Fairly easy to walk to from the Tarifa port following the dar jameel hostel signs (since they're near each other). The kitchen is for hotel use only. Staff are nice, but know your exchange rates ahead. They tried to charge me 300 extra Dirham "accidentally" ($35 ). Also, it's small and you can hear every conversation anyone has because of the c configuration.

Hostal Facundo

Tarifa, Spain

Beware, what is advertised is not what you get. I've traveled solely in hostels for 2 months now. The staff/owners are incredibly rude to guests whether you speak Spanish or not. (they don't speak English and don't try). Internet was incredibly spotty. Not a full kitchen. Beds are very hard. €20 deposit. Don't lose the receipt they give you or they try to keep your deposit.

360 Hostel Malasaña

Madrid, Spain

Great hostel! Everyone was very helpful/accommodating. It was a great stay with good group activities, etc. I've already rebooked a return visit.

Travel Joy Hostels Chelsea

London, England

Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood in the very center, this hostel was ideal! Right on the Thames river and a 24 hour bus and easily walkable from Victoria station or Pimlico station. Not the cleanest place I've stayed. Because it's situated above a bar (you don't notice the noise) it's easy to make friends at or over the filling hearty breakfast.