Reviews: Anonymous

Location: Canada, Gender: Male, Age: 21

Far Out Camping

Ios, Greece
77%

Far out was a great time. Everything is amazing except the huts. I would've rather brought a tent because the huts have cracks and holes in them letting bugs in, we soaked our hut in big spray which helped Abit but still a lot of bugs. Pay the extra for a bungalow. The pool area is like a resort, beach right there. Scuba diving was fantastic, atvs are 25€/ 24hrs. Food is great and reasonably priced. Bartenders don't make great drinks. This place was a blast though, I would return (not to a hut).


Hostal Central

Barcelona, Spain
91%

Staff was very nice and helpful minus one rude guy. It's your average hostel, small lobby, small rooms. We found the beds horrible but it was a clean room and clean bathrooms. Towels cost 1€. The beach is within walking distance which is great (30-40 min). They have a fridge for guests. Scobies Irish pub right across the road is great also, staff are so nice and they pour some stiff drinks!


77%

It is a nice hotel, clean and nice staff. The location is not in Paris, rosny-sous-bois. There is a metro stop a 10 minute walk from the hotel but it is about a 20 minute train to the city centre. It is a great hotel for cheap if you are willing to treck to the city everyday. Great shopping mall 5 minute walk away, also a McDonalds.


Hotel des Olympiades

Paris, France
60%

The neighbourhood around this hotel is very sketchy, especially at night but 3 metro stops away is the cite area which is great, (love lock bridge, downtown). 1/3 employees could speak English and were helpful the other 2 were somewhat rude. It is a great value for the price if you are willing to take metro to everything. I would recommend paying the extra to have a shower in your room because the shared ones are on floors 1

  • 9th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Canada
  • Couple, 18-24
  • (6 reviews)


Central Station Hostel

Amsterdam, Netherlands
69%

This hostel is a hole in the wall, the stairs to get in are so narrow and steep, the reception room is just as small. The rooms/bathroom were very clean but there is only a little locker for belongings, your bag is available to all 10 people in the room. When we arrived they said our room wasn't clean and to come back in 2 hrs and leave our bags in the hall, we took bags. When we came back he said it still wasn't ready, we wondered into the room and it was. I'd recommend the flying pig downtown.

  • 8th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Canada
  • Couple, 18-24
  • (6 reviews)


Flying Pig Downtown

Amsterdam, Netherlands
94%

This has been our favourite hostel so far, staff is great and the smoking room/bar in the lobby are wonderful. Very safe, need a key card to get in building and there is lockers for your bags. Showers and toilets were very clean and cleaned often. You can find cheaper hostels but we much preffered paying abit more to stay here than our cheaper hostels. We met a lot of good people here and would defiantly return or possibly try the flying pig beach hostel.

  • 4th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Canada
  • Couple, 18-24
  • (6 reviews)