Nice hostel, quite central in Munich. Internet is very good, no kitchen but a microwave and kettle (plus you can leave small items in the reception fridge). Happy hour long and good! Breakfast is a bit expensive I think (€4.90), although if you eat a lot you might find it quite satisfying. I'd go back.
Good hostel with equipped kitchen (night di with a fee extra pots), good internet and nice activity board to have ideas on what to do. They give a treat token when you arrive which is great. Breakfast has a good variety but maybe a bit high at €3.90. Dorms have ensuite and no other bathrooms are in floors, which can be VERY annoying...
Good position in the old town, kitchens (3) decently equipped, internet not bad but unavailingly in certain areas. We were in a double on the top floor (basically under roof) and it was quite tiny, impossible to stand straight. Small bathrooms too, but I guess you should stay in a hostel mainly to sleep. I hardly saw the staff people around, but there are many useful info on the board on second floor.
Nice hostel in the heart of the old town, 3min walk from the main square and the Astronomical clock. Good internet connection, good free breakfast (cereals, tea, coffee) and possible lunch (they give you a ham and cheese roll every day we used as lunch!), very nice staff. Kitchen is well equipped, only negative the fridge being tiny. Only downside of the hostel is you have to pay cash as, despite what said on hostelworld, they do not accept card payments. We'd go back there for sure though!
Nuie hostel in a nice street of Dresden. Good internet, well equipped kitchen (although quite small to cook in), nice facilities (loved the tea coffee and biscuits always available). Breakfast looks good, lots of choices but far too expensive in my opinion. Staff is not too friendly, very strict on check-in time and sound a bit short at times when asking info.
A nice, simple hostel very close to the main city attractions. Kitchen is fully equipped, although a bit small, internet is very good and rooms are clean and of good size.
A nice place with free wifi (although we didn't really get to use it), free breakfast and clean bathroom and bed. Honestly, for 9€ a night I could not find anything to complain about. I'd definitely go back.
Nice hostel in good part if the city. Good atmosphere (world cup aside..), just a bit difficult to get breakfast before time as we were leaving. We got it, but the reception guy was a bit picky. That aside, all good!
- Mixed Group, 18-24
- (23 reviews)
Beautiful hostel in a very suggestive building. We stayed in a double but only for 1 night do can't judge too well. The kitchen is big and well equipped, breakfast 1.90£ is ok, and you can have coffee, milk or tea for free! We'll be back!
Good hostel, great staff! Loved the town, it's just lovely. Good atmosphere and breakfast! Internet a bit weak, only in reception area. I'd go back!
We booked a double room, which was in a separate building to the reception. It was basically an apartment we shared with just another guy, so awesome! It was cleaned daily, in a lovely location, and the wifi was awesome. We'd go back there for sure!
A great hostel in the centre of _Madrid_. Staff has always been helpful to us, kitchen is well equipped, breakfast is good (although it only starts at 9am), and wifi is great. Only annoying thing is that you have to pay 2EURO a day for storing your bags if you go somewhere else... But apart from that, I'd stay there again!
A good hostel in the hearth of beautiful Alfama. Great breakfast (pancakes, cereals, bread and jam, fruits...), lovely atmosphere. Only bad thing, they do NOT have WIFI! Really annoying being a back-packer who has to look up staff on the city or future destinations. Apparently they've had this problem for quite a lot (I read previous reviews and experienced it myself), they only have ONE pc in the hall, which is not great for all the people going around. Apart from that, we loved it!
A very good hostel in a great position. Nice breakfast (although not before 9am), good wifi, cleaned daily. Only negative thing is that they ask you to pay 2€ a day to store your luggage if you're away for a few days.. I find that a bit ridiculous! Apart from that, I'd come back if in Madrid again.
Good location but not awesome atmosphere. Kitchen ok if not many people want to cook, breakfast ok, good lockers. Security is lacking I think, you can't even lock your room from outside (no keys...).
Decent hostel with kitchen, good internet, cleaned daily. Not so safe though: dorms can be locked only from inside but have no keys to open them from outside (so unless you have a whole room, you can't do it!). Lockers are average size but ok. We had an unpleasant experience with a very drunk Russian who entered the hostel twice and bothered people.. Seriously, they could check who enters the hostel! Luckily the police took him away. Apart from that, it's ok.
We just stated one night in a double. Walls are very thin, it sounded like people were talking just outside our room, but with earplugs it's ok. Bathrooms and shower very clean. In the kitchen only a microwave, kettle and sink (but they say it, so no worries!). Good location, although a bit hard to find... ;)
A homeless shelter maskerading as a hostel! There are weird people everywhere, mostly over 50s, definitely not a youth hostel. The atmosphere is very poor, given you're mostly surrounded by homeless, drunk people. Not even the lockers are safe, given the manager broke my pad while we were away to "check what it contained, because locked by too long" (3days...). If you can, just go somewhere better, I wouldn't recommend staying there!
A good hostel right in the centre of the city. Kitchen reasonably well equipped (when people clean it!), we stayed in 6bed room with ensuite, shower is a bit weird but ok. The hostel functions as homeless shelter at night... Admirable, but it would be good if they wrote it in the description, as after 9pm you find a bunch of these people in the common area and it makes it feel a bit weird and unhygienic at least... Still, a good hostel, we'd go back!
Terrible! The "hostel" is populated by homeless people, especially at night. First morning there, we found 4 of them in the kitchen drunk, had been drinking there for the whole night! Kitchen ok equipped, but no maintenance at all, dirty. Lockers are small, outside room, mine was even misteriously opened by management (they crashed my padlock) because locked for 3days... Unacceptable! If you can afford it, stay somewhere else, you'll avoid encounters with weirdos and prostitutes...
A good hostel: friendly staff, functional kitchen (well equipped and with free things to use, like herbs, coffee, tea...), secure lockers, just few showers but never had a "crowded" problem. Only negative note is the "common room": it's basically a room with a few beds and a TV in it. I'd get rid of the beds, put 2small couches, a little coffee table and maybe a few board games. Otherwise people crowd the kitchen, not great for who wants to actually eat there. Loved it though! We'd go back :)