This is a nice place in a quieter part of town, although it is at the very top of Buenos Aires which makes a fantastic walk into the centre of Milan. The staff are friendly, and although all don't speak English, they will try their up most to respond to your queries.
This is a really nice hostel, I would highly recommend it as it is close to the main station and all of the shops and restaurants. The staff were very helpful.
The room itself was decent, we did not have a key to our own apartment, although everyone else did, and we did not have a toilet seat, with the guy telling us we didn't need one, which was just bizarre. It was walking distance to the station and a lot of the main attractions which was a positive.
We stayed in one of the cabins, which was small but clean and more than adequate for the price we paid. The directions from the station are terrible, and expect a very long bus journey.
The hostel itself is nice, it has kitchen facilities and free internet usage. We had an awful first two days though, as the staff decided to move us into a three bedroom dorm instead of the six we had paid for, and we shared with a 50+ year old alcoholic who came home every night at 3 am and had extreme personal hygiene problems. The last day we stayed in a private room which was lovely.
A good hostel, right in the centre of town but quite difficult to find from the directions provided.
Great hostel, great staff and an amazing city centre location. Definitely stay here!
This was probably the best hostel that I'd ever been to, the couple who own the building are so lovely, and extremely helpful. We were offered a choice of two rooms; the first was large, with a shared kitchen and bathroom, which we were more than happy to take; the second we looked at out of curiosity and found that we had a huge room, with a private kitchen and shower for the same price. It is located between two metro stations so the links into Vienna are fantastic.
This hostel was in a brilliant location, as we could just walk to anywhere in Prague within about 15-20 minutes which was great. The place itself was clean, and the girl at the reception was always happy to help.
This is a strange hostel; upon arrival we were greeted by the owner who communicated an extensive list of, mostly irrelevant rules, and although he seemed friendly, he made my girlfriend feel extremely uncomfortable. Once you get into your room though you probably won't see him again, so from that point we had a really nice stay, our room was huge and definitely worth the very small amount we paid for it. Be prepared for Berlin's poor underground system, in comparison to London and Paris.
This is a great place to stay, the staff are really friendly and helpful and the place itself is very clean. The use of free internet, a cooker and washing machine are all added extras, which make this hostel a great option.
This hostel is a little way from the train station, which made the busy, hot bus journey a bit of a nuisance. The place itself was very clean and the staff were friendly, more so at night when the alcohol was flowing. I would recommend this place though, as it is cheap, friendly and clean.
The location was okay as it was close to a metro station, although it was out of the centre a little bit. The staff, place and people were all really friendly; definitely try out the beer at the hostel bar!
The hostel was in a good location for the main attractions of Paris and, although it was very basic, you can't expect a nice place in Paris for anything less than 100 euros a night.