This was a good hostel, with lots of organised activities and good areas to hang out and meet people. There were also lights and plugs for all the beds, which is always a bonus. It did feel very big, so if you want a smaller feel then it probably isn't for you.
A little bit out of the main town, but very well connected by the bus and really close to beaches and restaurants anyway. The day trips organised by the hostel were fantastic and of fantastic value. The family running it were incredibly nice and very helpful.
The owner was lovely and incredibly helpful and nice about everything. The hostel itself obviously is a converted house and has a lot of character.
I only stayed for one night, but the staff were lovely and the location was very good. Plugs in every bed was nice too.
This was a great hostel with a nice atmosphere. There was a free cocktail night which was nice and a great way to meet people. The staff were very helpful and really nice about my request to move rooms. There's plugs, lights and lockers for every bed, which is particularity good because the individual rooms don't lock.
Fantastic hostel, nice rooms. There were individual plugs and lights for every bed which was great. Great location, very helpful staff. The cooking class was lots of fun.
Not in the best location, but the owners were incredibly nice and helpful the whole time, and greeted me with a rundown of all the best things to do in Antwerp. It took me a full 24 hours to see another guest, but that was due to the day of the week rather than the hostel itself I think. They were really good about me arriving outside of check in time.
This felt more like a hotel than a hostel in terms of the rooms and the facilities, and the location on the river was beautiful. Unfortunately there wasn't really any atmosphere or people downstairs so it was hard to meet people, and one night there was a fire alarm in the middle of the night (thankfully no fire) which we were given no explanation for.
The fact that there are 5 hours, between 12pm and 5pm with literally no one there is incredibly annoying. If you arrive in this time, you can go to the tourist information to leave your bag I worked out. Also triple story, wobbly bunks was a bit scary at times. Other than that,JJ it was a good hostel, very easy to meet people and fantastically located.
Good hostel, the staff were very useful, even about things probably not in their job description. Clear doors to the shower aren't fun, and there are incredibly steep and narrow stairs. No complaints otherwise.
This hostel felt like someone had bought a hotel and decided to rebrand it as a hostel. The location wasn't great, but the trains came fairly frequently. The staff were really nice and accommodating. Just a warning, the three bed an dorms are a single bed and a double bed so if it's three strangers or a couple and a stranger then it could be quite awkward.
This hostel was fantastic. The free dinners firstly were free, and also made it so easy to meet people and make friends. The bar downstairs is very reasonably priced for Copenhagen standards, and it's in a great location. There could maybe have been more showers for the number of people there, as there was often a bit of a queue but other than that no complaints.
The showers were the nicest of any hostel I've been in. A good atmosphere, especially if you like sports, and very easy to meet people. No laundry was annoying, but there were places you could walk to in five minutes.
The actual comfiest beds I have ever had in a hostel. Great atmosphere, I liked that there were separate common areas for drinking and relaxing, and the extended breakfast hours were good. Not the most central location, but it wasn't too bad.
- Female, 18-24
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I only stayed for one night, and it mostly seemed alright. It is pretty much a party hostel and I got stuck with some fairly inconsderate roommates who, after arriving back late proceeded to talk for ages and leave the light on so that was pretty annoying. If you're going out yourself, or your roommates are alright then it would be a good hostel.
Quite a cramped hostel, with not much space in the rooms and possibly not enough showers for the number of people who were staying there. However it was entirely made up by the staff who were incredible and helpful and sociable and just generally lovely.
Nice little hostel, the manager was lovely and full of useful ideas of what to do in Cork. Just note that if you don't arrive at the check in times, you literally can't go inside to wait.
Good enough hostel, very convenient to organize day tours from. My keycard stopped working twice while I was there, but they fixed it straight away. Nicely located, not quite in the centre but Galway is small enough that it didn't matter.
The staff were amazing, with things to do every night mostly for free. It was in a good location too.
The hostel was in a fantastic location, you could walk to practically everywhere. There wasn't a very good atmosphere for meeting people, and the fact there was only one key per room was annoying.