Reviews: Anonymous

Bahaus Hostel

Istanbul, Turkey

This hostel was pretty good. I had been hoping for more of a social hostel, where it would be easy to meet other travellers. I'm not sure if it just wasn't busy when I was staying or if people just weren't around, but it was very difficult to meet people. The amenities are great, free breakfast, wifi, lockers, even curtains around the beds. The rooftop is a great hangout spot with a beautiful view, and one night the staff even arranged for a bellydancer to come and dance which was cool.

  • 12th Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • All Female Group, 18-24
  • (3 reviews)

Royal Mile Backpackers

Edinburgh, Scotland

You can't beat the location of this hostel. It's right on the main street. The staff was super friendly and nice. The wifi doesn't reach the room, but there are plenty of outlets for you to charge your things in the rooms. They have a sister hostel across the street where you can check out if it's before the front desk opens in RMB, and they had a couple of nights where you could get a burger (or veggie burger) for dinner for cheap which is great for travellers on a budget!

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So glad you enjoyed your stay, the plugs at each bed make it super easy to charge up everything you need! And Burger Night on Friday and Sunday is always fun to bring together people from both hostels

Euro Hostel Glasgow

Glasgow, Scotland

This hostel is in a great location, very close to the train station and right in the city center. The wifi didn't reach our room, but there was a common room on a lower floor with wifi connection. The hostel is attached to a restaurant/bar which is really convenient if the weather isn't great!