Reviews: Anonymous

HQ Cafe

Nha Trang, Vietnam
86%

HQ's at the perfect location to get around Nha Trang, it's a 5 minute walk to the beach, is on the street with all the bars, a 10 minute walk to the cathedral, a 10 min bike ride to the Pagoda and Temple. Although it has no communal cafe for travellers to hang out, it's a friendly and clean place with every facility you'll need(and really fast wifi).


Hue Backpackers Hostel

Hue, Vietnam
94%

Hue Backpackers is right at where the Open Bus Tour buses stop, and is cheap, friendly, social and close the Citadel and the Imperial City of Hué, the nightmarket as well bars. The bar at Hué Backpackers is so social and perfect to meet other travellers, without being too noisy for the dorms upstairs.

  • 25th Sep 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • India
  • Female, 18-24
  • (4 reviews)


Yesinn @CAUSEWAY BAY

Hong Kong, Hong Kong
94%

This is the perfect hostel to stay in. It doesn't have much of a communal vibe (although I didn't actually go up to the roof top bar), it does have chill out couches and a lazy boy at the reception level. The dorms are super clean, there's wifi on every floor, the ensuite bathrooms were great, and the colour combination of the dorms and the multiple sockets per bed are amazing! This is one of the best hostels I've stayed in. Oh and perfect location and friendly staff.

  • 15th Sep 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • India
  • Female, 18-24
  • (4 reviews)


Where 2 Next

Manila, Philippines
74%

This is a clean and nice hostel for a one night stopover. It's within walking distance of a few malls and the Intramuros. But the Malate district as is, is quite dodgy for a single female. And Where2Next is located quite close to the semi brothel bars. But location apart, the dorms are very clean, a clean ensuite bathroom, friendly staff play Jenga with you to keep you company while you plan where to go.