A great little hostel, the moment i arrived 'Coco' (the owner) said to me "this is your home now" and it honestly felt that way. The rooms are comfortable and spacious, with warm showers, the wifi works great, everything is clean and looked after. As a traveller one of the most important things for me is trust and i knew i could trust Coco. he helped me booked my tours, looked after my bags while i was gone for days and always had answers to my questions. A 5-10 min walk from the centre. easy.
Nice place, with nice people. had a good stay here. made some friends. went to a party and enjoyed my self. garden is nice at night with peeps and beers. Recommend.
had a private room, was large and comfortable. No other guests when i was staying so cant comment on the atmosphere. located in the heart of Santiago's night life. so a little noisey but good food and drink options near by.
A house with students and visitors. clean tidy little rooms with good wifi. Just along way from central or anything to be honest. but a nice quiet stay, none the less.
I stayed here once in a private room and got a wonderful room in the new section of the hostel. clean, well lit and with a big tv. i left santiago and when i returned i booked here again. For the same price i got put in a paper thin partition in the old section, huge gaps in the walls, dust from the building work which started at 7am.. BANG BANG BANG. *Radio music * BANG BANG. dark, cold, damp, noisey. it felt like a prison cell!! i left the same day and demanded a refund. 50/50 win/lose here.
An ok place. Not in a great part of Santiago, not dangerous, just not very pretty. Wifi was not very good. slow and alot of disconnects. People who work there are nice and friendly. Atmosphere is ok if you speak Spanish. Cold at night.
I stayed here for 1 month, extending multiple times. i traveled Japan for 3 months but stayed in Tokyo for 1 month, its a great city. During my Japan travels i experienced multiple difficulties finding good, well priced accommodation. But when i booked into Wasabi i was surprised at its quality, easily the best hostel i stayed in while in Japan. The people who work there are great and i cannot speak highly enough of them, making me feel at home among friends the whole time. I miss Wasabi GH!!!
Nice little waldrobe sized rooms with a matress and TV, better than capsules. Good Wifi. 10 minute walk to train station. Comfortable stay.
Nice place, clean and comfortable. Wifi worked well. Always booked out though, so if you choose to extend make sure to do in advance and not last minute.
Good place. comfy large capsules. great wifi. clean and new. Nice staff. great value for money. 2nd best place for backpackers in Tokyo IMHO. Recommend.
A traditional Japanese Capsule hotel that has opened its doors to backpackers. My issues. No charge sockets, forced to leave my laptop out in the hallway to charge it in the wall. No private showers, public bathing with middle aged business men. Over priced, cheaper and better is available in Tokyo. Wifi was very bad unless downstairs in the reception. Not very well located. Small lockers, large enough to fit a suit on a hanger but nothing else. No atmosphere.
People complain, but i found the staff very friendly (english fine) and the place its self was comfortable and i had no real complaints. to be honest Japan is a bit odd when it comes to hotels and finding one regardless of price on weekends and during peak seasons is sometimes a complete pain. Kawase is the cheapest you will find and the most comfortable for that price ticket in tokyo and i stayed in Japan for 3 months 6 weeks of which was in toyko alone. its cheap, does the job, i stayed twice.
To be hoest i didnt stay here, i booked but ended up in their sister hostel because i ran into a group of people on the Mehkong and chose to hang with them. But apparently its a good place.
Nice place, a little walk from centre but nothing bad. rooms clean and good wifi. staff helpfull. Nice place, would stay again.
Comfy hostel, no real compaints except for the showers which was not so great, wet slippery and dirty. shower toilet combo, so nothing worse than trying to enjoy a wash surrounded by the odor of the last (#2) toilet user. However beds comfy, wifi was 'ok', and it was a good oportunity to meet people.
Loved Chiang Mai, and this was a lovely little hostel that made me feel very welcome. Lovely people run it and work there and i have no complaints. very nice. wanted to stay longer in fact but they where booked out :(
I stayed here twice, upon returning to bangkok i knew where i wanted to stay again. Its a quiet and beautiful hostel out of the way down a quiet street, but its not far from the noise and bad behavior of Khao San road if you want to party. i made some good friends here and enjoyed my time in bangkok alot. always returning at night to a quiet and clean well run hostel Ive traveled around the world for almost 19 months now (still going) and this hostel is still within my top 3 hostels. Miss it
I only stayed two nights but its a good hostel if you wanna meet people and party. the older lady who runs the place called mumma is great, attitute and motherly concern. i enjoyed my stay.
Nice hostel. but when i visited it was empty. a ghost house. its clean and the location isnt bad, the wifi worked well and the people who run it nice enough. for me it was a bed for a couple of nights before i left Phuket town which to be honest is pretty dull.
It's a party hostel so noisey. private capsule beds got hot at night despite Air con and fans in the room. bar downstairs which was good for meeting people. location is a long walk to everything its litterally at the end of a long road leading to the beach. staff where nice, all westerners. biggest gripe, the shower toilet combo upstairs. cold water and limited room. im a big guy and washing drying my self in that space was a pain. Plus the TP kept getting wet. resorted in buying my own.
It's a nice enough place, i was comfortable and the Wifi worked well. cable TV with english channels in the private rooms. The dorms on the top floor are really just matresses on the floor with a flimsey locker to put your stuff in. I stayed in the private double and had no complaints. Watch for ants though. The only issue i can imagine for visitors was the location which is a good 20 minute walk to the centre which did not bother me because i love walk abouts in beautiful Thai weather.
Can't really review the hostel because it was closing down for the seasons end, but i was put up 2 minutes down the road in the owners other apartment hotel. Had my own private apartment for a few days. can't complain. Double bed, TV, kitchenette, private bathroom. all for the hostel price. Owner was very nice and i was very happy here.
i stayed here for 21 days and still found it hard to leave. It's perfect. when i die and if there is such thing as an after life, this hostel would be where i would spend a few centuries at least. Relax in hammocks and read a book with a beer by your side. Everyone is so friendly and invitations to join in or not join in are there every day. enjoy life at your own pace and feel at home. The hostel has a friendly, trusting, peaceful vibe that slows down time. Loved this hostel.
Had a great time here. made many friends and stayed for way longer than i originally planned. felt at home and very comfortable. Sasa... You made me a promise... Make sure you get propper rest!! you work to hard! loved it here. well worth a visit!
This place is wonderful. Had a perfect time here. It's beautiful. it's quiet. it has great atmosphere. it is a slice of heaven. i WILL return! The 4 dogs who guard the place are wonderful friendly little guys, I miss Goofy, his ears are so soft. i hope his foot is all better now.
Nice little hostel with access to the beach and many bars. Clean and well priced its the perfect hostel for the budget traveler to Santorini. Although the people who stay here are usually 18 to 22, so if you are seeking a more grown up crowd i would suggest one of the other hostels on the island.
Great little hostel. Good staff, clean and over all exactly what you expect. If i return to Athens i will check here first. The Bar is never open though :(
I stayed in a private room which is on the 5th floor So you will need to hoof it up 5 storeys each day. The hostel has zero atmos so if you want to meet people...tough. Its very central and right near the best parts of Athens including the flee market which is great at night. They boast about a terrace view of the acropolis but you are not allowed up there, so that boast is a lie. My room was infested with ants and the room was SWEATING HOT!! A/C worthless and smelled like stinky feet when on.
This is a typical Youth Hostel, its pretty much what you expect. Even though the place was run down and the facilities a little on the lived in side, i found my self to be very comfortable here. The people who worked here where very nice and i felt part of the family from my first night there. The Australian Girl was awesome. There is a bar and socializing was pretty easy. Brindisi is actually a very nice town and the best way across to Greece via ferry. would return.
Good, But. Well located, the building and facilities are adequate. I was in a double private witha mezzanine and found it comfortable, except the windy staircase which is impossible to use if you are larger than a child. need crash helmet. I just never felt comfortable here, The 2 guys who ran the place just treated me like i was not really very welcome. strange looks. The cleaning lady would start at 7am and shout for hours as she worked. The common room was noisy until 4am, so not much sleep
I found Prima Base to be a good enough hostel, the staff where polite and helpful even though the English spoken was limited. There is very limited atmosphere here so meeting people is not likely. The distance from Rome was not an issue, 10 min walk to the metro and then 15 min by train direct to Termini. If you are a backpacker then this is nothing. I can't understand the negative reviews given for this issue. Overall Cheap and typical Hostel that does the job. Would stay again.