Pretty much everything you would expect for Hostel in Asia, definitly worth the money. I was however surprised that a hostel on an english site has little to no staff that speaks english.
Perfect, couldn't ask for more.
A very spacious hotel (which, to be fair, could strike you as intimitating) for a ridiculously low price.
Once you want to go to Kawaguchiko, this is the perfect place to stay.
The most negative point is that they lock you out of the hostel from midnight to 6 in the morning and out of the rooms between 10 and 4. But even if this fact wouldn't be there, it still won't become my favourite hostel because it has too much 70's style for me.
Loved the place, and the staff! It is however quite a walk to the subway station, but being in the vicinity of a university you have a lot of fun places to go to, so at least for eating or drinking you don't need to go anywhere else.
Just on the crossway from a market, and only minutes to walk from the beach. Seemed a littly business-y, not exactly my thing always.
The position can't be better, you have half of the palaces in walking distance, a shopping street nearby and tons of restaurants to choose from. The hostel itself is nice, the dorm room was a tiny bit poor, but the rest, like the breakfast and the staff, made up for it totally.
A hostel that can really match with some 3 stars hotels in Europe. If only it wouldn't be for the location; it's quite a walk to the MRT and there are only a few restaurants and one convinience store nearby.
More of a hotel than a hostel with almost everything you can ask for from free breakfast to swimming pools.
Beautiful scenery, amazing breakfast (go for the Thai one). The lady from the reception seems a bit distant, but is really helpful and friendly if you ask for locations in the city.
Nice hostel, it's just a bit of a drag to get out of Hong Kong Island itself, because it's quite a walk to the next subway.
A very clean hostel, just a short walk from both the Main Station and what became my favorite night market and absolutly worth the money. The thing is just that it seemed very business-y, as i love the hostels where you can make friends with the people from the staff to really feel at home.
Despite the excellent other ratings, i found this to be pretty average. Things like the fines for breaking some rules don't really give you a welcoming feeling. I just feel that compared to other hostels in Osaka it's not enough to be next to Dotomburi to make me choose it again.
The dorm room seems a little improvised, like just set up in a garage, but it is really nice to get a king sized bed for a change.
10/10 would book again. It might look a little like a construction site at first, but i absolutly came to love the atmosphere. Don't miss out Yasu's tips for restaurants in the area!
Don't expect any Hostel-related activities. It's a capsule hotel and a sento, so it's perfect for a first night in Japan to recover from a flight or as the last night to give you a special treat.
This is more of a hotel with the prize of a hostel. The location is just perfect if you want it quiet.
- All Male Group, 25-30
- (24 reviews)
The hostel is run by two brothers, who make you feel at home from the start. As any place in Johannesburg, it's pretty far off though, so i recommend renting a car at the airport.
We were quite pleased by the place. You got everything you need in walking distance, even the waterfront is 15 minutes walking distance. The WiFi is pretty bad though, but you're in Cape Town, you should be going out anyaway...
Pretty much perfect. You really wouldn't expect to find a such a hostel in Europe for that price. Even if you add the extra charges, you're still way under from what you should have paid.
- All Male Group, 25-30
- (24 reviews)
You have to get to the Hostel via Tricycle (quite a shock maybe if you havn't been to a developing country yet), but once you're there, it's really nice. Good breakfast, friendly staff, and everything you need is just minutes away by foot.