It's located in Kreuzberg, which can be cool, but at the same time it is right across the street from Gorlitzer Park which is full of drug dealers. Most of the dealers will stop bothering you if you politely refuse, but one night I was followed for half a block by one. Very annoying. Hostel itself is secure though despite the area and has one of the best deals on beer you can get in Berlin.
A pretty good hostel. Centrally located and everything in Gdansk is walkable, so you have a good base camp by staying here. You have to take your shoes off when entering, a bit weird, but the place is clean, so I guess that helps.
First of all, this is in the city centre. If you stay here, you will be hearing drunk people shouting in Polish until late in the evening. On the plus side, it's in the city centre. The area is absolutely stunning and every tourist attraction is walkable except for the Jewish District. Hostel staff were helpful. Restaurant service was slow, especially at breakfast.
Olomouc is a quiet town, but the owner will show you what there is to see. Hostel is small and that is a great thing as the owner has lots of events you can tag along for, sometimes taking everyone out to dinner or drinks. No complaints here.
Wifi only functions for about a minute per hour. That is embarrassing and no hostel should have such poor service. I mentioned the issue to the front desk, but they didn't seem to care. There is a lot of noise, but my room seemed to cancel it out quite well. Rooms are clean. Note: this is an Eco hostel, this means that the A/C is a cryptic puzzle to get working and that you should bring your own toilet paper unless you like rectal bleeding and flushing the toilet five times for one visit.
Hostel is located at the very beginning of Andrassy street, very close to the Danube and within walking distance of many attractions, and those that aren't walking distance can be accessed by a nearby Metro station. Hostel was clean, though it didn't really offer much amenities in the hostel itself. Aside from that, it didn't really do anything wrong.
For the location (Five minute walk to the old town) it is very reasonably priced. It doesn't offer much except a normal room, but it does that at a fair price and no real downsides. Room was cool despite there being no A/C.
Has working and very good A/C from 11 PM onward. That's all you need to hear, right? Well, the owner is also very helpful, he'll explain what's good to see and eat. There are a few reasonably priced restaurants nearby that he'll recommend. The building itself is an old one, it has lots of character. Very small. Did I mention it has working A/C? You kind of need that in Split.
The owner is incredibly helpful and nice. The location is just a few blocks away from almost everything worth seeing, very walkable. You get a good deal at a local restaurant for staying at this hostel.
It's in a historical building so it can seem a little musty and old. Personally, I like that. In any other city, the Location would be penalized, but Ljubljana is not very big so it's not a big deal that the hostel is on the edge of the city center. Staff were helpful and the price for washing and drying your clothes was reasonable at 5 euros. If you're traveling in the Balkans, make sure to mention that to the reception as they have good advice about where to stay.
I arrived after getting lost for fifteen minutes (It was my mistake) exhausted and burning up under the noon sun. As soon as Jani introduced himself, I forgot all about that. He is an amazing host, very friendly and will show you everything there is to see. Wifi is everywhere with multiple access points. There is a bar called Jazz Bar attached to the hostel, despite the name, it was never noisy but it is a good place to get a beer after a long hike. The best hostel I have been to.
It's okay. Location is far from the centre, but on the plus side, the Habsburg palace is very close by so you can visit it early before everyone else does. Wifi only works in the common room.
The only issue with the hostel is that it is not in the city center like the name suggests. It's a 20+ minute walk to get anywhere worth going, though there is bus connections as well that are quicker. Everything else about the hostel was fine. Clean and secure. Wifi everywhere.
Hostel is one of those ones that have a one key policy for dorm rooms. This isn't really an ideal situation, but the hostel is in a safe neighborhood. Location would be poor, were it not for the fact that the castle along with the beautiful park and hiking grounds are right next door. Also, Innsbruck isn't that large. It takes about 15 minutes walking to get to the center.
Terrible wifi that went down when more than 10 people were in the common room. Pay terminals were located nearby for when the internet was down. Overall, a very dull hostel located very far from anything worth seeing.
Typical Hostel International hostel. Clean, but very boring and located far from the center. I had no problems with the staff, they were all very helpful. Wifi is really terrible and it does not work at all if there are more than ten people in the hotspot. There are pay terminals for internet there, coincidentally.
Front door does not lock, neither do individual dorm rooms. There is a working lock on the door that separates the lobby from the reception area, but anyone staying in the hostel can walk into your dorm room. Location is great and I had no problems with the staff members, but the security issue was very uncomfortable.
It's a very nice hostel. First thing that happens when you arrive is Giovanni will give you a long lesson about Naples. Make sure to listen, he will tell you everything there is to do and what makes Naples unique. The location is a bit sketchy looking, but the hostel itself is secure. It also happens to be a block away from the best pizza restaurant in the world. Give Naples itself a try and stay at Giovanni's.
More of a hotel with hostel rooms. There's no common area so you'll only get to know your roommates at most. However, the hostel is in a really nice building and a very good location. It's also probably the most secure hostel as it's located in the embassy district of Rome and as a result, most roads are guarded by soldiers. The rooms are clean and the fans do a fine job of keeping the room cool on hot Rome nights.
Great location, great staff, and great rooms. AC was a big help. There's a small charge for breakfast, but that's no biggie as the staff cooked dinner on a tip basis every day I was there. Angel cooked every time I was there and his food was really good. I'm sure the other staff members are good at it too. Considering this was a last minute Barcelona booking, I'm extremely satisfied.
Excellent location and very helpful staff. Likewise it's overall a good deal for Toledo. However there is one big problem: the air conditioning does not work. It doesn't even look like it's powered. This would not be a problem if it were not advertised on this site, but it was and Toledo can be really hot.
I had a pretty bad experience sleeping due to noise, but it was Corpus Christi and ultimately the hostel is objectively good. Hostel is a few blocks from Puerta del Sol, which means it's basically within walking distance of everything you'd want to see. Hostel has some events too, like a pub crawl, Toledo day trip, etc. I did not do anything of these though.
Helpful staff and overall good lodgings. Some might find the room a little small, but I honestly had no problem and it suited my needs perfectly.
Miguel is probably the best host I've ever had on my trip, no, any vacation I've had. He knows very little English, but in five minutes he managed to tell me everything I needed to know about San Sebastian. Very helpful. The location is fantastic and you're in walking distance of everything. You can really do almost everything, save for hiking up the mountains, and you're within a few minutes walk to the hostel.
It was alright. There was nothing special about it, but nothing really holding it back either. The one issue people might have with it is that it's right by the train station. This is a good location for walking to, but you will hear trains pass by the hotel room. I slept through it, but some people might not.
Staff seemed mostly unconcerned and unhelpful. Rooms were clean, however the bunk beds were EXTREMELY loud whenever someone shifted on the top bunk. Way louder than normal. Location is good, very close to the metro and the Sacre Coeur. You could do a lot worse, but it's not really a good hostel.
Excellent overall hostel with a great city center location and, if you're lucky, an amazing view of the city center both at night and during the day. Only issue is that the dorm room can get rather hot. This depends on the day, of course.
Bridget and Greg wanted to make a hostel that would provide things they wished they had when backpacking. The hostel does an amazing job at fulfilling that wish. The bedrooms are good, the temperature control is shockingly good, and most amazing of all, there are raw eggs for cooking provided! I'd gotten real tired of hard boiled eggs at hostels. It's in an old chocolate factory, there's both a kitchen and a terrace for hanging out. The street its on is not really nice, but it's not dangerous.
Facilities were good, amenities were overall outstanding. Location is in Bunnik, a good walk from Utrecht, but doable. When I was there, there was a primary school trip or something and there were tons of screaming kids. Not exactly what I expected from a hostel.
Not at all the worst hostel in the world. This was my first hostel, but I found it was mostly clean. The only issue with cleanliness was the bathroom, which after the shower was run once in a day, the floor of the entire bathroom would be a slimy mess until it gets cleaned the next morning.