Central location (about 5-10 minute walk to the harbour) and friendly staff. Beers sold at the reception. Pretty small hostel which means it's good for meeting people. Lockout at 1:30am which is annoying but Genoa is hardly a party town anyway. You're also not allowed in the hostel between 12pm and 3:30pm because it's closed for cleaning.
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We got a tent which was half the price of a bungalow and definitely the right decision. Got a bit hot in there but only if you were in the tent during the day so not really a problem. The pool and bar were nice but the site was so far out from the centre which wasn't great. Get the local bus instead of the shuttle - it's cheaper, more regular and the shuttle gets booked up very quickly.
Small hostel so very good for meeting people. Free breakfast is just toast and cereal but when it's free you're not complaining. Good location and helpful staff.
Not very easy to meet people but there are events you can go on almost every night (pub crawls, etc.) Nice bathrooms. You have to get a tram into the centre but it doesn't take long and they're very regular so it's not a big deal.
Incredible hostel. The staff are so chilled that I didn't realise half of them worked there until I'd already been there a couple of nights. Drinking games and a free pub crawl every night. So easy to get to know people and one of the best hostels I've ever been to. Would 100% recommend.
Not a great place to meet people but maybe that's just because we were out of the hostel so much of the time. Good location.
Had to get a tram into the centre but that doesn't take long. Being a big hostel, it's not that easy to meet people but there is a common area. Breakfast is excellent if you do decide to pay for it.
Such a brilliant hostel. It was the first party hostel we'd been to and it did not disappoint. Very small hostel so you can get to know everyone that's staying there. We went on the pub crawl which was excellent and great value for money because (as well as the free drinks you get at each venue) they provide you with a few drinks for the drinking games they organise. Would definitely recommend, you won't find a better hostel in Krakow.
You need to get the S-bahn or U-bahn to get anywhere but the hostel is right next to the station so that's not a problem really. Large hostel so not that easy to meet people but there's a decent common area and a nice bar. Drinks aren't very cheap though. Very clean and not how you'd expect a hostel to be.
As everyone says, it is more like a hotel than a hostel but I don't think that's necessarily a good thing. Even though it's very clean, etc. it's impossible to meet anyone. It was completely dead when we were there, even though it was supposedly fully booked in the upcoming nights. Not a great location but getting the U-bahn is easy enough. Excellent staff though.
Nice free breakfast and great environment for meeting people at the bar. Pretty basic facilities in comparison to other hostels I stayed in but you shouldn't be staying in the hostel when you're in Amsterdam anyway so it doesn't matter. I would recommend