This was the friendliest hostel I've ever stayed in. It felt more like a home than a hostel and is in an apartment building. The owner has the cutest dog too.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (7 reviews)
The hostel breakfast was very good. The bathrooms and overall cleanliness were on par for the hostels I've been staying in, not great, but okay. They also have a bar attached, which got a little loud at night if you're staying overtop of it, but it wasn't so bad. I was in a room with 6 beds, but 2 were located in a loft above the rest, which offered my friend and I some nice privacy.
It had a very homey feel, which went along with the friendliness of Copenhagen. Everyone was super friendly, and the facilities were clean. They have a good happy hour at the bar and decent breakfast in the morning, however for the price, I would suggest saving your money and going to a local bakery because the baked goods of Denmark are to-die-for.
This is not really a youth hostel, tourist/backpacking type hostel. There were many people staying there that seemed to be resident Catalonians or there for a long-term stay. This is fine except for the rooms are 18 bed rooms for the most part, and some of the long-term residents have problems with people coming in late, being excessively loud, not speaking Spanish/Catalonian, etc. A problem when Barcelona's nightlife runs so late.
This is the best hostel I have ever stayed in. Each bed had it's own charging strip at the top with a light and USB outlets, no power converter needed. They also all had privacy curtains which was really fantastic. One early morning, I went to use the bathroom and someone had destroyed it overnight (having used it right before I went to bed around 2 am, it was clean the night before), grossest bathroom accident I have ever seen. It was perfectly clean again by the time I returned for lunch.
Nice free breakfast and lounge area. My only compliant is I wish the wifi was free everywhere and not just in the lounge, but other than that it was a good experience.
The staff were pretty rude on the phone when we called ahead to warn them we were a big group coming in, but booked individually online. However, once we arrived they were pretty average. The hostel is located decently far out of Liverpool's center, so it is a good 15-20 minute walk to get anywhere. The shower was broken so that the water overflowed into the bathroom anytime someone took a shower, this ended up starting to drip into the room underneath of us through the floorboards.