Great location next to the cathedral and really helpful and friendly staff. There are only 2 bathrooms which is tough to deal with but other than that its a very good deal. If you get the chance,take a free walking tour with Juan or Filipo, both very funny and knowledgeable.
Really close to the sights in the city, friendly and helpful staff, and a great bar/ lounge with computers. the beds were very comfortable and the rooms were spacey. breakfast was really nice too. Overall, a really great place to stay in Lisboa.
There are a lot of hostels in Granada. Stay in this one. The neighborhood is hard to find at first but it's located on the hill leading up to the Alhambra. Our dorm room had a view over the city and the rooms were very nice. Access to refrigerators and a laundry machine. Staff is very helpful
Really nice, friendly staff who always try to get everyone together. Has a lounge room for people trying to chillax ( also has nintendo and a large TV with American television). The showers are good as well as the beds. Its not in the historic center but very close and is halfway between the gothic quarter and the Sagrada familia. They're both easily walked to ( we even walked to Park Guell without a problem) Overall, a good value for money.
Far from center, BUT. But. The bus to Trafalgar square and Westminster/ Parliament is literally outside of the establishment. Has a great bar downstairs with a lively atmosphere that makes it easy to meet people to go out with. Relaxed and friendly staff who are very helpful. Bathrooms unfortunately are temperamental , the showers tended to turn cold or scalding randomly and the toilets sometimes didn't work..
Facilites very good (except the shower doors are a bit weird), staff is on point and very friendly and helpful. The bar is super lively and popular at night (definitely good for those looking for new acquaintances to go out with). City center s 7 - 10 min away and the walking tours suggested by the hostel are great. One of the best values for money.
Really great atmosphere here, a lounge room with several computers and a TV. Has a spacey kitchen annnddd a sauna. Not far at all from the old town and very easy to find. A great place to relax if you want to- or meet people if you want to.
Very good facilities in the kitchens, bathrooms and dorms. There is definitely a place to mingle and meet people although it is a bit far from the main sights (although easily accessible on public transport). Overall, a pleasant place to stay with good accommodation.
Not far from the city center (10-15 minute walk) and leads a great free walking tour if you want to have someone experienced show you around. The staff is very helpful, but the bar zone is the best part. A very lively atmosphere, reasonably priced beer, and white russians and everything else good served at the bar as well as food. For college kids interested in meeting to new people over a beer this is the place. The neighborhood has some 24/7 establishments if thats ever an issue.
Incredibly clinical. Expensive, but the facilities are excellent (you must pay for everything, however, no free breakfast or sheets). Not for those looking for a homey feel or lively atmosphere. We managed to make some great friends in the cafeteria, but you have to go our of your way. Enormous cafeteria, nearly silent dorm rooms. Best for those needing a place to sleep/ relax and nothing else.
Really kind and helpful staff, the wifi wasn't working very well for iPhone when we arrived but otherwise the facilities were more than satisfactory (warm showers, cafe in the back). The location is in the center of the Redlight district, which makes the entire city accessible and is very safe ( I was there during New Years and we came back late every night feeling at ease). I would definitely recommend it to anyone trying to see everything in Amsterdam.