Reviews: Anonymous

Location: Canada, Age: 24

Funny Palace Hostel

Rome, Italy

An odd set-up upon arrival, check-in happens in a laundromat/internet cafe with the actual hostel located in an adjacent building. Located 5 minutes from Termini and bus/metro connections. 15-30 walk to most major attractions. In-room safes provided. Atmosphere depends on the guests in your room as there is no major common area. The bathroom and beds were kept clean everyday. Staff were friendly and explained and mapped out my two-day itinerary upon arrival.

Euro Youth Hostel

Munich, Germany

Breakfast was not included in the price but a decent selection is available if you pay the reasonable 4.50 euros. Laundry facilities available for about 5 euros. The showers and w/c were relatively clean but nothing special. WiFi is available on every floor and was generally good. Rooms are a bit old but generally well-kept and clean. Very close to the city centre (15 minute walk) and all of the major attractions. There is a bar for mingling at night.

#bunk beyoglu

Istanbul, Turkey

#Bunk is excellent- you get a fresh towel every day, new sheets and your bed is all made when you return. A basic continental breakfast is also included. Unfortunately, the door system makes a loud “beep” when you enter and the rooms are incredibly cramped. Under-bed drawers are provided for your valuables. WCs are nice, everything was clean and the location was great. WiFi was spotty at times but much better than at other hostels I’ve stayed at.


Breakfast is included and the hostel is within walking distance of Montmartre (a major tourist attraction). Located about five minutes away from a Metro station, you’ll be in the city within 20 mins. WiFi is only available in the common area and it was the worst I’ve ever experienced- almost unusable. The living areas felt old, stuffy and unkept plus you’ll have to hunt for a free shower/toliet in the morning. Lockers are provided next to the beds and they are free (with deposit) to use.