Reviews: Anonymous

Hostel Carioca

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Backpacked in South America for a month, and this was our last hostel. can confidently say that this was by far the worst hostel. very very very expensive, even for a rio hostel during the world cup. Also, they shove in about 12 bunk beds in the smallest room that should probably have about 4. nowhere to put luggage in the room. the staff does not speak english at all. one morning 10 of us woke up to the sound of a couple banging on the top bunk of 3 beds. unbelievabl. terrible hostel terrible

  • 27th Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • All Male Group, 18-24
  • (9 reviews)

Karisma Hostel Ipanema

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Decent rio hostel. Expensive but understandable.

Samba Rooms Hostel

Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Good atmosphere, good people, one very helpful employee. Also one unintelligent one.

Pousada Terra Sul

Porto Alegre, Brazil

There are two front desk workers: an old lady, and a young man. The old lady is very nice, very hard working, etc. I think she owns the hostel. The young man, however, is very very oblivious and is the farthest thing from bright. I'm sorry but he is not someone who I'd hire if I was a hostel owner.

Iguassu Guest House

Foz do Iguacu, Brazil

No customer comment

Garden Stone

Puerto Iguazu, Argentina

Understand that it's winter in South America, but still cold af. no hot water, very very very cold

  • 18th Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • All Male Group, 18-24
  • (9 reviews)

BA Soho Rooms

Buenos Aires, Argentina

By far the best hostel ive ever been to. It is more like a homestay than a hostel. Staff is not really staff more like parents who actually care about your safety and enjoyment in the city.

America del Sur Hostel Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina

very chill hostel. very nice staff.

El Viajero Cartagena Hostel

Cartagena, Colombia

Great location but very rude staff. They seem quite bothered by me asking questions about touring the area, which is ironic.