Reviews: Anonymous

Astor Queensway

London, England
97%

Close to the tube, pubs, restaurants, hyde Park, and bus stops. Staff was fun and energetic, really easy to meet up with other travelers, and they have tons of group hangouts and suggestions for things to do during the day. Only slight negatives are that you sometimes have to play musical rooms switching from one room to the next to the next whenever you are extending your stay and the other tiny negative is the showers smell really bad of mildew (but mostly just because of the curtains).


Manena Hostel

Genoa, Italy
83%

Not bad! Mostly young travelers with a couple older guests. Staff was extremely nice and helpful. Only negatives were that the rooms have tons of mosquitos at night (not really the staffs fault) so bring bug spray and also the hostel is closed for 3 hours while they clean. Other than that it's a nice place to unwind and enjoy the city! Oh and a great place to meet other travelers.


Ostello Tramonti

Cinque Terre, Italy
80%

If you are only looking for a place to crash then this place is perfect. It's very clean, great location to get to cinqueterre, and a decent price. Only real negative is that it's a very quiet hostel so if you're traveling alone and enjoy meeting up with the occasional fellow traveler, this isn't the best place to meet them. Staff was nice, but not overcome with helpfulness.


Hostel of the Sun

Naples, Italy
97%

Best-hostel-ever!! My plan was 1 night in Naples. . That turned into 6! The staff was unbelievably welcoming and fun. The hostel is the prefect location to catch a bus, boat, and/or train to tons of sites (vesuvius, pompei, amalfi, capri, etc). The common areas are perfect to meet other travelers; there was always someone to go out during the day or night with and just see what's up. This is a must stay if you're heading through Naples.