The hostel is great, but the breakfast is only slim and there are very few food options in the area for meals. Otherwise it's in great proximity to bus stops and Cinta Costera. The neighborhood is really safe and the staff are helpful.
This hostel is run like a well oiled machine. At first it was intimidating because it's huge and there are so many people here from youth travelers to families to retirees, but join one of the millions of planned activities they have and you'll get to know people on a personal level. I did the market tour and cooking class which was perfect. They have so many options and activities so definitely take advantage. Wifi is great here too, especially for being such a large hostel.
This hostel says it's in Urgup but it's actually not, it's in Mustafapasha which is 20km away from Urgup. Getting from the hostel to the anything requires waiting around for the owner to give you a ride or paying 2 lira to get to town. The internet only worked in the cafe attached to the hostel and not at all in the rooms. The breakfast was great but there are limited food options in the area and most close pretty early. If I did it again I would have picked a place in Urgup or Goreme.
The hostel is a bit out of the way, which requires taking the shuttle to and from town but honestly I didn't mind. They serve dinner every night so you'll want to be home on the last shuttle anyways. And for breakfast, there's a menu! All the food is cooked by Atilla's mom and boy can the woman cook. Walking over to see Efes is also an easy and fun hike.
Great hostel all around. The staff were super friendly and had plenty of advice as well as organized outings for guests. Its centrally located near the major sights of Istanbul, the breakfast is your typical Turkish spread, which I love. Oh, and you get to enjoy eating it while looking out over the Bospherous on their terrace. Atmosphere was great every night, it can get pretty rowdy, but you don't hear anything in the rooms so you can still get a good nights sleep.
This hostel is really new and beautiful; it truly feels more like a hotel than a hostel. It is in a great location for seeing the top sights of Sevilla and is also near the many restaurants and bars. The clientele is generally older and many have families so it's not the top place to stay if you are looking to socialize with other travelers or party. It also has an tasty free breakfast that included crepes, waffles, yogurt, bread, juice, coffee and tea.
This riad hostel is really pretty and located very close to the souks of Fes. The breakfast is a nice assortment and the plush couches on the roof top are a great spot to get away from the midday sun. Not much atmosphere when I stayed but I still had a great time with the friends I came with.
Great location near the medina. The staff were really helpful with recommendations and setting up excursions. The breakfast is simple, tea, coffee and an assortment of breads and jam. There is a constant flow of yummy fresh baked cookies that you can always find in the common room.