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- Female, 25-30
- (21 reviews)
We had trouble getting into the hostel on arrival because we needed wifi in order to make a phone call. It would be easier to send a confirmation email to the guest with building access information.
- All Female Group, 25-30
- (21 reviews)
Besides being a little removed from the city center (but an easy metro ride), we had no complaints about the hostel. It was very well run and taken care of the entirety of our stay. They have a small kitchen as well as some food available 24/7. The beds were new as well as the lockers and the bathrooms were very clean. We would stay here again if in Barcelona.
This hostel is in a really cool area of town. It's a little bit of a walk to the Brandenburg Gate, but the metro is right outside the door. The common area is full of couches and includes the kitchen, so people were always together hanging out. The bathrooms were nice and everyone was given a small locker. Although we didn't use it, there's a cool terrace right outside the common area. We cooked every night and found everything we needed, including an oven. Grocery store is across the street.
We only stayed one night here, but we thought it was a nice hostel. We had lots of room in our 4 bed dorm and there were lockers for each bed. Just one thing - if you're planning on making breakfast, they shut down the kitchen in the morning for their breakfast and it doesn't open until 12. You still have access to the fridge though. Other than that it was great. About halfway between the city center and the Schonbruun Palace. Walking distance to both, but the tram is close too.
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The staff made our stay here. We brought them ideas for the following day each night and they helped us find bus stops, metro stops, and gave us other suggestions of places to see in Athens and beyond. If it weren't for the front desk staff, we might have found somewhere else to stay.
We had the pleasure of staying our only night in Santorini here. We had three people so it made sense to book a private room and I'm glad we did. We were in a separate building about 100m away from the main hostel and it had a pool outside for our use. The bus stop is very close but we rented ATVs and took them across the island and up to Oia. The staff also picked us up from the ferry port and took us back, so we didn't need to use the bus.
This hotel is close to the train station, but not much else. It is in a grungy area of town, not where we didn't feel safe, but there are other nicer parts of town to explore and visit. We were very disappointed with the cleanliness of the hotel. We found hairs in our bed and dirty towels upon arrival to our room. Luckily we had sleeping bag liners so we could sleep in the bed. We were told the internet was down during our stay, but we were able to get on it one night.
We LOVED our stay here. From the first moment we arrived, we were greeted by the owner with a welcoming smile and warm heart. She showed us all around the property and we couldn't stop from smiling the entire time we were there. We were sad to leave and are already planning a trip back. Words can't express the feelings we have. You need to see for yourself!
We really enjoyed our three night stay here. The location was good, as it was close to the train station and a short walk to the main sights. The staff was very nice and helpful and the included breakfast was delicious and filling. There is a nice courtyard outside that we hung out in every night. It has the charm of an old house with high ceilings and wood floors. We would stay here again.
Overall, our stay here was good. It was a nice campground with helpful staff that had a bus stop right out front with lines into the city center and to the train station. There was a mixup with when we were supposed to check out, but other than that it was fine for what we needed. The food at the campground is pretty good, especially the pizza. Only downside is the internet is spotty and you have to pay for it. Bring extra blankets if you're staying in the tents before summer. It gets cool.
The staff was very unorganized our whole stay. They gave us the wrong room, our room wasn't ready, they put someone else in a booked room and had to move them, they requested a receipt for our key deposit even though we hadn't received one and overall were not helpful. Our room wasn't replenished with toilet paper the two nights we were there. The kitchen and common area were fine, but I don't think we would stay here again because of the disorganization and long trip from the train station.
We had some trouble finding the hostel because there's no buildings on one side of the street for awhile. Take an immediate right after the bridge and keep walking until there are buildings on the right hand side of the street. The hostel was a cool ski bum hangout with cool rooms. Just be aware that the reception has weird hours too. The staff was friendly and there's movies to borrow, but there's no kitchen. We didn't come to ski, just to check out the town and we thought it was decent.
We thought the hostel was very nice. It is in a good location to walk around and sightsee, but a very long walk with luggage from the train station. I would recommend taking some form of transit because although it doesn't look far on a map, it is in a valley where you must walk up and down hills. Other than that, we have nothing but good things to say about the hostel. The included breakfast was also very good.
Our three night here was very good. The staff was very friendly and helpful. In our dorm room, we didn't have bunkbeds, a rarity for hostels. The kitchen was big and had plenty of space to sit and eat or hang out. The location was excellent as it was close to the train station and in the city center making it easy to walk most everywhere. We would stay here again.
This hostel is a cool place to hang out and even has live music on some nights, but the rooms were quiet. It is a good location within the old city walls. It's a longer walk from the train station, but worth it and on flat ground. Everything was great. Only downside was there was no kitchen, but there were discounts at the small restaurant downstairs. We would definitely stay here again.
The location is in the best spot in the city (near the train station and the Grand Place), but you have to check in at a partner hostel about 10-15 minutes walk further out. There are big lockers in the room, but make sure you bring your own lock. The kitchen was fine and the common space is limited, but you won't need it as you are really close to the city center. Take advantage of the free walking tour available through the hostel. It was well worth it and very informative.
The Generator brand does a great job with their hostels. It felt like we were staying in a hotel. The bunkbeds were all new and each had plugins, lights, and huge lockers underneath for storage. There was a nice cafe downstairs, a bar, and pool tables. Only downside was that there wasn't a kitchen and you weren't allowed to bring outside food in. There is a cool movie theater across the street and the hostel is in a nice, historic district, close to shops and restaurants.
Although a little rundown, this hostel was very inexpensive and in a decent location. There is a nice walking street nearby with lots of bars, restaurants, and shopping. The bar across the street has traditional Irish dancing on several nights throughout the week and is well worth a visit. Traditionally Irish and very fun. The kitchen at the hostel was nice and had an open common area. The gentlemen running the place was very nice.
The location is just a short walk up the hill from the bus station and the river, close to lots of restaurants and bars. The kitchen was very large and there were multiple common areas. They even had a small movie theatre with lots of movies to choose from for free. The staff was helpful and had good recommendations.