Reviews: Anonymous

YHA London St Pancras

London, England
71%

Wish they had free wi-fi. They have it for members but the price for non-members is outrageous. There is a Starbucks nearby so I went there for breakfast and wi-fi every morning.


86%

It was great to have free breakfast. The hostel is very centrally located, which made it a bit loud at night, but it was very convenient to be so close to everything. The bathroom wasn't the best but it was adequate.

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Hi and thank you for your feedback. Happy to hear you had a great stay with us! We do have the most amazing location - right in the centre of town! Drop by reception if you have any kind of problems with noise and you receive free earplugs! We hope to see you soon again in one of our many awesome locations around Europe! All the best, The Bath Team

77%

Free breakfast was nice but you have to wash your own dishes. Hostel is a little bit out of the way from the city center. Staff members were nice - one marked a good walking route on my map, the other called a cab for me. The ensuite bathroom in my all-female dorm was nice.

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HI Brittany, glad to hear that you enjoyed your time here and we hope to see you again on your next visit to Birmingham!

Astor Queensway

London, England
80%

Didn't seem to be too many bathrooms, and the one near my room was tiny and didn't have any hooks to hang stuff up with. It would be nice if there were more outlets in the rooms.


Wombats City Hostel Budapest

Budapest, Hungary
97%

The hostel was located really close to the main square and right next to the Jewish District (great food). Only thing that could've made it better is if breakfast was included.

  • 15th Mar 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • All Female Group, 18-24
  • (9 reviews)


Riva Reno B&B

Bologna, Italy
83%

It was hard to find at first just because there is no sign that says "Riva Reno B&B." It's located at the right address but there's a sign that says "Rooms available" or something like that. The walls are pretty thin so you might hear people talking or watching tv. You get your own set of keys, so you can enter and leave whenever you like, and it's very secure since there's a different key for the building, your floor, and your room. There's a little kitchenette in the hallway as well. NO WIFI!


Mosaic Hostel

Rome, Italy
91%

The wi-fi in the lobby was pretty good, but it was awful up on the fifth floor. There was only one bathroom for probably at least 10 people on that floor and so that was inconvenient. Breakfast was included, and there was quite a bit to choose from. The staff working the reception desk were always very helpful and friendly.

  • 26th Feb 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • All Female Group, 18-24
  • (9 reviews)


Generator Venice

Venice, Italy
91%

It would be nice if breakfast was included. The hostel isn't on the main island, but it's very accessible by Vaporetto (get off at stop Zitelle). The staff was really nice and helpful.


Celica Art Hostel

Ljubljana, Slovenia
86%

The staff at Celica were very helpful and nice. I was there during the Olympics and they had highlights playing on a projector. Breakfast is 3 euro and it's pretty good - some cereal, bread, cold cuts, and cheese. The hostel is a short walk away from the old city area and about a five minute walk from the train and bus station. I was in a cell room with 3 beds and it was a little small, but a cool experience!