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FeelGood Hostel Tallinn

Tallinn, Estonia
66%

A new hostel near Tallinn old town. The hostel is clean and the rooms are okay. The common room at the hostel is large and games etc. are organized in the evenings. There was only one functioning shower. Expensive parking. All staff appeared to be guests who work to stay for free. They were not helpful, e.g. occupy the tiny kitchen constantly and no-one there to open the front door after breakfast shopping and no reaction on doorbell, had to wake them up by phone - annoying :/

  • 8th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Finland
  • Couple, 31-40
  • (3 reviews)


Central Hostel Riga

Riga, Latvia
86%

A very nice hostel a walking distance from the old town. The hostel is housed in an apartment building that has been converted into hostel rooms of different sizes, very homely feeling. Everything was very clean and orderly. The kitchen was small but well equipped. A simple breakfast is served but the serving is quite a mess with jars, cans and boxes filling the tables and there is quite little place to eat. Definitely a recommendation for any short or long term visitor to Riga.

  • 7th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Finland
  • Couple, 31-40
  • (3 reviews)


Fortuna Hostel

Vilnius, Lithuania
51%

The staff was friendly and helpful. The common spaces at the hostel were OK (even with table tennis, table soccer and a bar that was not open/lit). The private parking in the yard was a plus. The hostel has old, smelly toilets and showers. Worn down rooms, bad mattresses; old bedding. Any rooms we saw are far worse than those in the photos. The kitchen is a mess. Loud freight trains pass by 24h. For the same price, we've always found much better hostels everywhere in the Baltics & Poland.