Reviews: Anonymous

Aivengo Hostel

Amsterdam, Netherlands
66%

Literally just a bed/shower and toilet in the city (no kitchen, no common room) very disappointing. That said however very clean nice big rooms (although lack of power points in the place). There is also a curfew which would have been nice to know so don't have many late nights. good location but there are better hostels out there.

  • 30th Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)


Bob's Youth Hostel

Amsterdam, Netherlands
77%

Party Hostel through and through the reception area is an ecclectic mix of smokers, drinkers and general pot heads, expect the party to continue well into the night and onto the streets. Rooms were nice and big inclouding a shower and toilet. Had a great atmosphere and grungy vibe really enjoyed my stay. Breakfast was a hard boiled egg and bread (pretty meager fare) and no kitchen which sucked. Otherwise if your in Amsterdam to soak up the night life Highly recommended.

  • 27th Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)


Lybeer Travellers' Hostel

Bruges, Belgium
66%

Lybeer Hostel was undergoing renovations at the time of my stay,the room was really nice and clean with super nice modern hot showers. When the renovations for this hostel are complete I can tell it will be one of the best hostels in Brugges. It his however a really old building and as such is quite narrow with lots of stairs. The kitchen was tiny and filthy (however a new one is in the works) and the staff were friendly if not a little preoccupied. Highly recommended when finished.

  • 24th Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)


MEININGER Brussels City Center

Brussels, Belgium
100%

What can I say, I thought this place was a hostel. It's not its a hotel and a very good one considering the price you pay for rooms. Have the breakfast it's like 5€ every morning but you won't regret it. Huge choice of meat cheese bread cereal juice coffee fruit and other stuff. Fills you up most of the day. Staff are also really nice and the bar/chill out area is good. Only problem is the personal kitchen can be a little dirty/messy sometimes but you hardly care. Highly recommended!!!

  • 21st Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)


Celtic Tourist Hostel

Galway, Ireland
77%

Very quiet hostel definitely not good for meeting fellow travelers, small common room and a decent sized kitchen with a load of free food every day (cooked whole meals out of what was on offer sometimes) free coffee, tea, hot chocolate, milk and fruit all day with standard fare breakfast (cereal/toast) staff are friendly, helpful when asked, but otherwise mostly keep to themselves. book if you want a relaxing stay but otherwise not really worth your money considering the price of rooms.

  • 14th Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)


Isaacs Hostel

Dublin, Ireland
91%

All and all a great little hostel, nice and big with multiple common rooms some for mingling and others for quiet reading, with wifi (not in rooms). breakfast was standard (toast, cereal, coffee, tea, juice). regular walking tour of city every morning which was great and fantastic free pub crawl. free movie night at sister hostel Jacobs in every night, available bike hire and Jacuzzi!!!! Kitchen kinda small for such a big hostel but hardly a problem. staff were also very friendly and helpful

  • 11th Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)


High Street Hostel

Edinburgh, Scotland
94%

Best Hostel in Edinburgh, was there for fringe festival and staff were incredibly helpful, friendly and accommodating. Great big kitchen downstairs, with standard fare breakfast (cereal, toast, fruit) free coffee and hot chocolate all day. Alot of long term visitors here so atmosphere was hit and miss but still good. Hostel staff even washed my clothes the day of my departure and had them folded and ready for me behind reception. great information and all around awesome stay. Highly recommended

  • 8th Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)


Highlander Hostel

Inverness, Scotland
46%

Right on the main strip and central to almost everything in tiny Inverness, However if you have the chance go somewhere else. Staff here were incredibly rude, treated people like dirt and generally didn't give a crap after you were checked in. Kitchen is nice and big but filthy, showers/ toilets were regularly broken or out of order, although the rooms were regularly cleaned. wi'fi didn't work, ended up using mc'donalds wifi across the road for whole stay. best part of stay was leaving

  • 1st Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)


The Monkeys in the Trees

London, England
80%

Great little hostel on the outskirts of London, people were very friendly and the atmosphere was great. Breakfast was your standard fare (cereal, toast) although they did do hard boiled eggs which was a welcome change of pace. Definitely not in central London, however its only a short walk from the hostel to the closest train line (red line) which will take you pretty much anywhere you would like to go. Only downside, rooms are crazy small, tripping over other peoples stuff and each other.

  • 21st Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)