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Kinlay Eyre Square Hostel

Galway, Ireland
91%

No customer comment


Aille River Hostel

Doolin, Ireland
97%

Fantastically charming place to stay in Doolin. Very helpful and friendly staff, fantastic central location. Wonderful!


97%

I cannot say enough good things about this hostel or its owner, Tracy. The place is located withinh an easy walk of the city center and perhaps 200 m away from the train station. In addition, there are several great pubs between here and there; don't just stop in the downtown area! Tracy is one of the most friendly and helpful people I've met, and she made the stay in Cork wonderful.


Mount Eccles Court

Dublin, Ireland
86%

No refrigerator in the kitchen, free lockers provided too small for standard Master combo lock, and very loud, echoe-prone hallways. But a good location, easy to walk to all parts of the city center, close to grocery and food/pubs, cheap (€2) breakfast. Very decent place to stay in Dublin that's out of the main path/Temple Bar mess, while still being a casual stroll away.


Budget Backpackers

Edinburgh, Scotland
91%

No customer comment


Budget Backpackers

Edinburgh, Scotland
97%

Great place, location, excellent staff. The cafe offers relatively inexpensive food if you are feeling the pinch of the GBPound. Wonderfully friendly staff will help you with whatever you need. Only negatives are these: it's in Edinburgh's Old Town area, so it can get loud on the weekend nights. WiFi is very spotty and nearly impossible to get after 8:00a. No outlets in the bathrooms for anything needing a three-prong plug; hard for the ladies to dry their hair!


Hotel Jose

Bruges, Belgium
63%

This is NOT IN BRUGES! We were under that impression when we booked. Turns out it's in Blankenberge, which is a horrible seaside retiree resort town that is a 14 minute train ride to Bruges. The floors are covered in roofing material (what the heck?!) and you get a shared toilet, but you aren't allowed to lock the door. No WIFI in the rooms. Very expensive continental breakfast, so we declined. We bought our own food and when we tried to eat it in the lounge we were told that we embarrassed them

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1. it is stone carpet which is very hygienic 2. if you read our description we say we are not in Bruges, we don't want to mislead people 3. it is strange if you start to take our your own food out in a full breakfastroom while others have breakfast from the voluminousbuffet 8€pp 4. thank you for mentioning the free tea and coffee while using wifi in the lounge 6. we love our little relaxed seasideresort and so do 100s of thousands other people every year.

Hotel Mevlana

Amsterdam, Netherlands
63%

Fine if ALL you want is a place to sleep, with a great location. One toilet/shower per floor (for about 20-25 people). No common room per se but you can hang out in the cafe downstairs. Only one electric outlet in the room, and we had six beds! BUT it was clean, had a great location, and the staff was always helpful and friendly.


Kangaroo-Stop

Dresden, Germany
89%

This place is a mixed bag. FIRST the BAD - unless you travel with a full sheet set (not travel linens) you have to pay €2 for sheets. You get 3 hours of WIFI free if booking through Hostelworld, other than that you must pay. That's 3 from when you log in, not throughout the day. The good: the facilities are ample and clean, the kitchen big, the location great, and the staff very friendly and helpful. It is the quietest hostel I've stayed at... NOT a party hostel.


Enter Privates

Budapest, Hungary
89%

The staff, Gabor and Albert, were extremely friendly and helpful (take their advice!), the location was close to everything without being too busy, and it had a quiet, non-party atmosphere. Only real negative was that the building was very echoey; sound bounced all over!