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Happymit Hostel

Vienna, Austria
77%

This is not a regular hostel - it's someone's apartment which they have converted into having more beds. It's good if you want a quiet time away from lots of other people that you normally get in hostels. The host is very lovely and friendly, the bathroom is good, the kitchen is too small. It's about a 15 minute walk to the centre of town, and if you go a certain way, you can pass through some great food markets.


Interhostel

Stockholm, Sweden
77%

This hostel had excellent value for money, if you're staying in Stockholm and you're not wanting to pay exorbitant amounts I'd say this is your best choice. Staff were sometimes a bit unfriendly. Only real negative was that the rooms were so cramped there was absolutely no space for your luggage.


Birka Hostel

Stockholm, Sweden
77%

This place was quite good, just not exceptional. Still an excellent choice if you're planning a trip to Stockholm. The place does have an elevator!


2kronor Hostel - Vasastan

Stockholm, Sweden
83%

No customer comment


Skanstulls Hostel

Stockholm, Sweden
89%

Really nice and clean, the kitchen is a great place to meet people. It's quiet but there is a friendly vibe. Only annoying thing was that the stove in the kitchen can't be used after 11pm which was frustrating for some people.


97%

No customer comment


Hostel Hannover

Hannover, Germany
69%

No customer comment


Shelter City

Amsterdam, Netherlands
89%

Breakfast was excellent! A different system to most hostels, but it works really well.


The Royal Bayswater Hostel

London, England
63%

No customer comment


Keystone House Kings Cross

London, England
74%

The bathrooms were super small and squishy, but they were clean. The dorms were absolutely packed, no room at all.