Great hostel in Hong Kong! Right around the corner from a metro station so it's easy to get around. Staff was very nice and helpful before and during my stay. I didn't love the split floors (I was on a different floor from the main lobby) but that seems to be unavoidable in HK since space is so limited. Would definitely stay again and recommend to others!
Overall we really enjoyed our stay here. Decent location, maybe 5 mins walk from metro stop though not much to do in the neighborhood where the hostel is. Free toast & hard boiled eggs for brekkie was a good bonus and tea was available all day. Beds were a bit thin but curtains were nice and wifi was good. Would definitely stay again.
I absolutely loved the 80's Guesthouse. Location is perfect, staff are unbelievably friendly & helpful, there's always coffee, tea, & water available. Rooms are extremely clean, AC is strong, & the beds are really comfortable. My only qualm is that the floors are old & wooden so if people on the top floor are walking around heavily then you most definitely hear it on the bottom floor and it's quite loud. Despite that, I'd highly recommend a stay here & hope to be back again!
Great hostel, one of the best I've stayed in. Beds are super comfortable and private, the staff is constantly cleaning, the showers are hot and the AC is cold. As they clearly state, the hostel does play music till late at night and it can be easily heard in the rooms. Definitely stay here if your looking for a good time and a really nice hostel.
I only stayed one night here but will definitely stay again when passing through Bangkok. This hostel is comparable to the design hostels in Europe. Really amazing facilities. I wasn't there long enough to have any complaints. It is about a 10 minute walk to the nearest BTS but you can always hop on a moto if you're feeling lazy.
Such a great place, I've been staying here for 2 weeks now and I've really enjoyed it. Great AC, pretty good wifi, very friendly and accommodating staff. I usually go somewhere else for breakfast but for $2 you can get fruit, cereal, pancakes, and coffee. Cheap drinks, movie room, yoga room (when there's not class you can just use it on your own). There are a lot of great places to stay in SR but for the price you're really getting a lot at this hostel. I definitely recommend.
Shophouse is a block over from Haji street which has tons of great restaurants, cafes, and shops. The cafe at the bottom of the hostel, where the check in is, is also really good. The wifi is super fast and reliable. The upstairs roof/hangout area is really nice. Free coffee, tea, bread, nutella all day. The 12 bed dorms have windows (but they're pretty loud from the street noise - shophouse has free earplugs) and the smaller ones do not. Personally I like having windows :)
Definitely a fun place to stay. On the weekends beware the bar will be going till 3 AM and midnight during the week. Great food/drink deals every night. If you stay in an all girls room you get free champagne, free shampoo/conditioner and towel, and coffee on the weekends. The biggest flaw is the kitchen. It gets disgusting, people don't clean up,
This place is certainly not the nicest but it's guaranteed fun. They have $10 BBQ's some nights and it's a great atmosphere to meet people and go out. If you're trying to have a quiet night they make everyone leave at 10:30 which is really nice. Apartment style so everyone has a bathroom and kitchen but the communal ones are pretty good. A little pricey for what it is but everything in Byron is. Definitely recommend staying here for a good time.
NZ doesn't seem to have the best hostels but this one is pretty great. Super comfy beds, good common area/kitchen, a few minutes out of the main part if town which is nice. Wifi isn't perfect but for New Zealand it's pretty good. I'd definitely stay again if I were back in Queenstown!
Had a decent stay at nomads. Chain hostels are predictable and not always the greatest but nomads was pretty good. No free wifi and the beds should really be replaced. Every time you moved a muscle on them they were so loud. The location of the hostel couldn't be any better though. Also know, which they don't tell you in the directions, that you can take a bus from the airport which is 9 NZD rather than the ridiculous shuttle or taxi they recommend. It's about a block from the Cuba st stop.
Pretty good stay, no real complaints. The internet wasn't really working when we were there but they give you 4 hours of free wifi which is great. No lockers in the room was a bummer. Great kitchen and bathrooms and comfy beds. Staff was super helpful and friendly - we were arriving early in the AM and they gave us door codes so we could get in.
One of my favorite hostels, don't listen to the negative comments. As they tell you it's a party hostel which just means there's a bar downstairs that can get crowded at night, making for a great place to meet people. Rooms stay pretty quiet though but try to avoid the street facing rooms, they're loud. Great hostel for solo travelers cause there's always people around to meet. Breakfast isn't included but it was a pretty good deal and they have real breakfast (eggs) which is a nice change.
Really nice hostel for a great price. The bar downstairs is a good way to meet people but they blast music unnecessarily loud at like 9/10 pm when people are just trying to eat dinner and talk to each other. All the facilities are really nice, even the big dorm rooms. It's a bit of a walk from the main part of town but Prague is small so it's all decently close. Definitely would stay here again, I've always had good experiences at St. Christopher's.
Great hostel, the bar is awesome for meeting people and hanging out. Rooms and beds are nice and lockers in the rooms make it safe. Great location next to a U Bahn stop and walking distance to some good stuff. The area has a ton of good cheap restaurants which is really nice. Only complaint is that there's no AC so sleeping in the heat of the summer is pretty miserable. The wifi is also pretty bad.
Great hostel, I really enjoyed staying here. As they tell you, it is a bit outside of the city center but you can easily get there by walking, biking, metro, bus. Beware of the three story bunk beds. Some downsides are that there's no guest kitchen or refrigerator to keep food (in a city that's so expensive this would be nice). Overall I have no complaints, the staff was great and the hostel was one of my favorites!
Not a great place for meeting other travelers but it was a fine place to sleep for the night. It was very big and there were big groups of young teenagers staying there. Best part about it was the breakfast, I wouldn't recommend it otherwise.
This place is truly special and amazing. It had the most incredible views of the mountains. Definitely bring your own food, get it at the store in Mürren or bring it up from Lauternrunnen. I only stayed one night but I wish I has stayed more. So much great hiking to do. Only two downsides to Mountain Hostel are that you have to pay for showers and the dorm beds are all pushed together, so you may be sleeping uncomfortably close to a stranger.
Such a great place for 18-30 year olds. A little bit out of the main part of town which is actually great because Interlaken is filled with tourists. Beware it's about a 20 min walk from the train stations. Good place to just hang out after a long day and its the perfect spot to meet other travelers.