Reviews: Anonymous


Berlin, Germany

Convenient location next to Kotbusser Tor (U1 and U8) and cheap food options, but not many pubs or clubs. Plenty of individual bathrooms and the rooms are comfortable with chairs and even a couch, but the mattresses are kinda stained and pillows are small and hard. Huge common area with foosball, a terrace, good music and even some performances. The only really bad thing was the wifi, which cuts out every few minutes, so if you must Skype, look elsewhere. Otherwise, this is a great value.

Miss Sophie's

Prague, Czech Republic

Decent location, amazingly comfortable rooms, bathrooms, and kitchen, more like an apartment than a hostel. Downside is that it's split in two separate buildings and there is not much of a social atmosphere - there is a bar downstairs, but it was closed, and the garden outside was completely empty. Great for older travelers or couples or if you're just looking for a quiet place to rest, but if you're looking to socialize you won't find much here.

Czech Inn

Prague, Czech Republic

Probably one of the best hostels I've stayed at, very clean, spacious, and ridiculously cheap off-season. There's also a great bar downstairs with good food and beer selection and they even had a trivia night. A bit far from the places I wanted to be, but totally walkable both to the center or to Zizkov bars.

Westend City Hostel

Vienna, Austria

Good location right next to Westbanhof and some bars, about 15 minutes walk to the center. One of the cheapest hostels I found here, rooms are clean and each room has its own bathroom (rather than being in the hallway).

Celica Art Hostel

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Cool concept and design, but as a hostel it's actually overpriced and not that great. The beds are in EXTREMELY close quarters, often right next to each other so you're essentially sharing a double bed. The other thing is that it functions as a bar and restaurant where tourists are coming in all day, so there's not much of a communal atmosphere and no common room as such. On the pro side, the breakfast is great and being right next to the Metelkova bars is a huge plus.

Hi 5 Hostel

Budapest, Hungary

I stayed here because a friend was staying/working there. Pros: good atmosphere, friendly party crowd, awesome common room with Xbox and huge screen. Cons: huge staff but everyone is hanging out and never actually working, so it's an ordeal just to get someone to come to the reception desk. I know it's a party hostel, and I'm not very demanding, but you're still paying money, and sometimes you actually need something. Plus, the wifi signal only works in the common areas, not in the rooms.


It's not in the center town and you have to take a bus from the train station, but that's actually a good thing because it's on the way to Morski Oko. Really cozy, friendly place, more like a rustic cabin in the woods than the typical 'party hostel' in a city full of bars. Actually substantial breakfast with meat and cheese, not just cereal and coffee. All in all an amazing place, would love to come back.

One World Hostel

Krakow, Poland

Amazing location right next to Old Town and train/bus station, cool staff, good music playing in common areas, free breakfast that actually has more than , and pretty clean overall. Can't think of any downsides, except maybe that there are like six showers but only two toilets. Seems like it should be the other way around, no?

Atlantis Hostel

Krakow, Poland

Cool hostel, very nice staff and great facilities, but it's a little bit away from the train station (about 20 minute walk) and the old town (about 10-15 minutes), though it's close to the Jewish quarter. The other thing is that the hallways with the rooms are separate from the common area, so you don't get the kind of seamless flow that you get in other hostels where you can wander out of your room and meet people unintentionally, though on the other hand if you value quiet this could be a plus

New World St. Hostel

Warsaw, Poland

One of the best hostels I've stayed at: amazing location, well-equipped common area, good wifi, free tea/coffee, and friendly/helpful staff. Everything was extremely well-organized and well-run. A little more expensive than a couple of the others but still cheap for the area. Highly recommend!

Hollywood Home Hostel

Lviv, Ukraine

Awesome location, friendly staff, and even friendlier cat named Tovarisch. Pretty clean and Wifi signal was decent, only complaint would be that the hot water didn't work at all in one bathroom and was very difficult to control in the other (either totally hot or totally cold).

Day and Night Hostel

Zagreb, Croatia

Only stayed for one night, but it was clean, friendly, right by the train station, and they had a bed for me last minute. Very cool.

Hostel Kosy

Rijeka, Croatia

Great location, decent price, helpful staff, super clean and comfortable facilities, and free coffee to boot. The only minus I could think of was that there wasn't really much in the way of a common area for hanging out but everything else was top-notch.

Dubrovnik Villa Valjalo

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Pretty far from the old city, but close to the main promenade and bus station, so not too bad. Price is average for Dubrovnik, but you can't use the kitchen. There is an outdoor lounge area but the owner yells at you if you sit there talking after 11pm. Rooms are okay, bathroom is decent. Honestly you can probably find a better place unless you're booking last minute. Plus side is he accepts PayPal, which is convenient and helps you avoid credit card/ATM foreign transaction charges.


Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina

Really great place in amazing central location. Huge kitchen, bathroom, and indoor/outdoor common areas, well-maintained. Staff is friendly and helpful. Not a big party vibe and people weren't staying out too late, but good for quietly meeting some people regardless.

Saki Hostel & Guesthouse

Budva, Montenegro

Pros: Extremely friendly and helpful staff, delicious dinner for 5 euro and all-you-can-eat breakfast for 3 euro. Cool bar upstairs, atmosphere is about 50-50 Russian tourists and younger backpackers, so there's a party vibe. Cons: Rooms don't lock, are no lockers, and there's a back entrance right from the street. But it seemed pretty safe. The bigger problem was that the bathroom door didn't lock and the floor was constantly flooded. Also a bit far from the town and station, up a steep hill.

Hostel One Prague

Prague, Czech Republic

Pros: Friendly staff, great rooms, clean. No breakfast, but they cook you a free dinner some nights. Cons: I don't know if it's always the case, but it was full of mostly American and Australian first-year college kids, and the atmosphere was a total frat party. Baseball caps, 'woo, body shots!', and a whole gaggle of 18 yr olds going in groups of 20 to the clubs. If that's your scene, go for it, but if you prefer something more chill with a more diverse/international crowd maybe try elsewhere.


Dusseldorf, Germany

Awesome cozy atmosphere, really friendly people, clean rooms and efficient service. Plenty of space to hang out in the lounges. It's a bit of a walk to the Altstadt where all the bars are, but only about 10 minutes along a main street, totally doable. One of the best I've stayed at.

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