It's below average for India. It's okay for a night (arrive late, fly out next day) as it's very close to the airport. If you want to see Mumbai you have to take a tuktuk to the station and a train for 30 mins. The whole trip costs about 50R, but I wouldn't want to spend a whole hour for one way more than once. Good airport hostel, but bad hostel for visiting the city. The owner is quite rude sometimes. He offers free airport pick up, but charges you if you're late and doesn't inform him...
The hostel is very good. Clean. The location is quite central, but the hostel is tucked away in a little alley and therefore very hard to find. At night you might feel somewhat uncomfortable walking theough these dark little streets, but don't worry it's absolutely safe and people are friendly as they are used to people of the hostel walking through there. Definitely stay at Mewargarh. It's worth it
Nice rooftop with a brilliant view of the fort, especially at sunset. Free pcik up from the bus station. Clean rooms, average wifi, good honey toast. I'd stay here again.
Very well run, clean hostel with nice rooms and awesome staff. I'd say this hostel is the best choice for Jaipur, although it's quite a bit to walk until your in the old city, but Vinayak is in the main hostel/hotel area, which means that there is a bit of a way to walk from almost every place...
The hotel is pretty good, especially when you come to India for the first time and Delhi is your first stop. The owner helps you with everything and does it honestly. It's location is convenient with plenty good restaurants and Delhi's main railway station in the neighborhood.
Nice hostel in a kind of aged house. The beds in the eight bed dorm were in some cases not very easily accesible. However the kitchen is nicely equipped and the staff is super helpful. Close to the main sights like a bomb dome.
Nice hostel in the north of the island. Very easy access from the airport. Good location for starting daytrips with local buses (bus tickets, one way: from 1000 to 3000 KRW depends on where you want to go, plus 1000 KRW to get to the bus terminal). Although some of the staff are very touchy from time to time, they always help you and speak a very good English. I would go there again, but it could save you money to split your stay into a hostel in the north and one in the south...
Nothing bad to say about this place... Free earplugs upon arrival, peanut butter for breakfast, close to the beach, super friendly staff... I liked it :)
Very nice guest house with even nicer owners. Perfect location at a central bus stop with all major local busses serving it. When you arrive at the bus stop you have to walk uphill until you see a little travel-agency-store like room which is the reception. The guest house is also known as flying pig and definitely my recommendation for yeosu
Nahbi guest house is a very good guest house with very nice staff. The facilities are good and you get free breakfast in the morning. They have a nice rooftop. Unfortunately the common areas (rooftop and lounge) are on the 2nd floor and they don't have any music there whoch leads to the situation that almost noone goes there so it's not easy to get in touch with others. Howver overall it's a very good hostel and I'd definitely recommend it :)
Probably one of the best hostels on earth ;) it's like an appartment which has been adopted to being a hostel. I really felt at hOme there. Free unlimited bread, tea and coffee all day. Extremely helpful staff. Is@k is definitely my first choice in Seoul! :)
It‘s THE PERFECT HOSTEL. Almost feels like a resort. Comfy beds, large lockers, a lot of movies, Skype, good wifi, awesome courtyard and relax area, good location, friendly staff, fridge, etc. simply everything you need....
Excellent hostel: Perfect location, tidy, large lockers, good wifi, cheap (but relatively bad) laundry, cocktail happy hour, etc. However it's not that easy to get in touch with other guests as the staff often occupies the TV room on the third floor and the other common areas are somewhat busy... I'd definitely stay there again :)
Nice hostel next to a snack street, former residence of Hu Xueyan and West Lake. Large rooms, clean, silent. The staff is sometimes helpful, but sometimes it seems more like you are disturbing them. However as the location is very good and the hostel in general I'd recommend it :)
Very nice and extremely helpful staff. They even bought me a train ticket without any service fee! The hostel is in a very good condition and very clean. Unfortunately they play music quiet loud until late at night and you can hear it everywhere. In your room as well. The doors can't be closed once you are in the inside and other guests are still to arrive, because the only possiblity to close the door is a little locking device at the inside which can't be used from the outside (of course)
Very nice hostel although the English level of Chinese staff could be better sometimes...
Noce courtyard for relaxing after exhausting trips in the city. Free computers with pre- installed skype including mic and camera! Very clean and calm. It is located in one of the hutongs and has some small supermarkets and cheap little restaurants in the neighbourhood. The metro is quiet close to reach every important spot in Beijing. Lama temple is within walking distance! If I return to Beijing i'll definitely choose this Hostel again :)