Reviews: Anonymous

Location: Scotland, Age: 32

Moustache Hostel

New Delhi, India
63%

There were no locks on the dorm room doors. The drawers under the beds are very spacious and can be locked with a large padlock though. The common area is nice, with lots of games, books and wifi, but one of the common rooms (with computers) was right next to our dorm and you can hear people easily through the thin walls, so make sure you have earplugs (a must for hostels anyway!). The roads around the hostel get very muddy when it rains, so be prepared for this, especially if walking.

  • 14th Feb 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Scotland
  • Female, 31-40
  • (4 reviews)

Owner Comment (Hide)
Yes dorms don't have locks because it would be a hassle if people lost their keys or if you left your key in the room and someone locked it from the outside or, worse, if you got locked in without a key. Few hostels around the world have keys for dorms. Instead, for security, we have CCTV cameras, a security guard, and lockers for each bed. Roads get muddy when it rains. Water+dust=mud. That's India... we apologise if your shoes got a bit dirty. Safe travels!

Sugar Shack

Sydney, Australia
67%

Nice size of room, very big. However, the shower was so weak that it was unusable for me. It's also nowhere near as clean and new as the pictures suggest, but that is fairly normal. Fine for the price.


The Mitraa

Singapore, Singapore
83%

Staff were really helpful, friendly and went out of their way, a great place to stay.


Serai Inn

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
60%

Decent enough place to stay. Sometimes it was difficult to find staff as they are not always at reception. Maybe a way of leaving notes would be good, for example if leaving laundry? There were also some small bugs on the walls of the showers. Not sure what they are, but maybe some bug spray could get rid of them? The beds are really creaky, but that's fine for the price. Overall it was good for the price.