Reviews: Anonymous

Location: Mexico,
71%

Nice hostel in general. It sucks that you have to pay for the luggage storage, as it is normally something that hostels do for courtesy. The bar is alright, albeit very expensive even for Paris standards. The privacy curtains in the dorms are a nice feature, but the best is the usb/socket/reading light apparatus. Wifi worked alright in common areas and in the room.


Aloha Hostel

Paris, France
71%

Nice hostel, quite close to the metro station. Good for meeting people and the breakfast is better than expected. The showers are possibly the worst part: minuscule, with very few in the building, radical water temperature changes and the need to keep pushing a button every 20 seconds. The courtesy baguettes at the lobby give a nice hospitality feature, unexpectedly good. Would stay at again.


Smart Hyde Park Inn

London, England
37%

Avoid this hostel if possible. Gloomy and depressing atmosphere, the staff is very rude and unmotivated. Terrible wifi. On top of it all, it only accepts cash payments, which sounds fishy. I literally moved out to another hostel a couple blocks away that was twice as good and ended up paying less.


Central Hostel

London, England
31%

Only stay at this hostel as a last resort. The atmosphere is gloomy and depressing, decorated with bad taste graffiti. Wifi does not work in rooms, and the showers are a joke. They accept cash only, which is sketchy. Also, the staff lacks any sort of motivation or good service practices. There is dust all over the place and no one seems to care. This place SERIOUSLY needs a facelift because the CRT TV, the 20 year old kitchen appliances and the squeaky stairs just aren't good. I left ASAP.


The Garden Backpacker

Seville, Spain
94%

One of the greatest hostels I've ever stayed in. Great atmosphere, the staff is super nice and helpful. I didn't want to leave Seville after staying here!


Hostel 33

Faro, Portugal
83%

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