Only complaint is the blonde receptionist. Same problem last time too. She looks at you and responds to you like all of your questions are stupid. I also asked to the best way to get to the airport from the hostel using a ticket I had bought. She hardly looked at the ticket, continued doing what she was doing and answered me distractedly. Ended up having to pay an additional 15€ on a train that she told me my ticket was valid for. Clean otherwise. Lots of teenaged school groups
Really nice place! Only complaints are that the wifi is iffy and that they aren't many bathrooms!
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- Avid Traveller
- Mixed Group, 18-24
- (18 reviews)
Loved this hostel! Definitely a family vibe and everyone hangs out together--common areas are great!
Loved this hostel! Big enough to have space, small enough to meet the other guests. All of the staff was friendly and welcoming.
Love it here! If you're a solo traveler this is the place to be. The staff is crazy friendly and inviting- just start up a conversation! Made so many friends here it's unreal , didn't want to go
Really uninviting environment , bad place for a solo traveler
The hostel was pretty nice. There were only small lockers that were free to use, but were always full. The breakfast was super basic but good enough. The staff didn't interact much with us unless it was forced.
I loved this place and ended up booking extra nights because I didn't want to leave. The staff is really awesome and hangs out at the hostel when they aren't working and are really good at making people feel welcome. There is a market right around the corner which was awesome for cooking. Best hostel on my trip.
I wasn't crazy about the hostel. The staff was more concerned with smoking than anything else. They were rude and not helpful at all. The nicest people there were the cleaning staff. The place was clean, but there was no sense of community which sucked. It's also a really long hike to get there especially with baggage.