Wow, what a unique place. I've stayed at several places which could be qualified as "home-away-from-home", but Fabrizzio's take it to a different level. After booking I received a personal e-mail. Reception was great and staff remember your name and make sure you're OK. The place has a relaxed atmosphere, far from anything-goes, but free and based on trust nonetheless. For the price you not only get the basics, but also free unlimited breakfast tea and coffee, TV, DVD and internet. Wifi is great
Perfect place! Brand new, friendly and helpfull staff. Clean. Unfortunaly no hot water while I was there.
Just one of the best hostels I have stayed in recently. Brand new (opened just a little over a month ago). Very charming and helpfull staf. Spacious rooms with bed light and your own socket for electricity. Common room / kitchen where you can meet up with other tragvellers. A place where it´s easy to meet up with like_minded people. Relaxed and quiet in the early and late hours. Very near train station. In other reviews people mentioned see_through glass in the showers, but they´re not really
Nice enough hostel, OK, but not great. Helpfull staff, but not the type that would give you heaps of davice on what to do or where to go. Room was clean, but a bit cramped ´the beds were very close to each other. Kinda cosy, but depend on who is sleeping two feet away from you. The hostel is decorated in a cute way, although ¨boutique´makes it sound better than it is. Not a place where you immeditaley feel at home, but somewhere necessary to spend the night or so.
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Jake makes you feel like your at home. A very special guy. Hostel may not be to everyone's taste (it's decorated as more or less a bachelor's pad), but is homely. A place to make new friends.
Directions from train station to hostel not so clear. Very near by though!
Like being at home!