Reviews: Anonymous

Santa Mix Hostel

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

One of the best hostels I have ever stayed in. It can accommodate to a limited amount of people only (so, if you are looking for a party hostel w/ lots and lots of people in their early twenties you may be disappointed) and adding a little coop flair you have a phantastic homey place where you can make friends, get all sorts of infos, hang out, do your little adventures and come back home. I loved the place and would always go back. Thanks to you guys (staff). You made my stay!

  • 30th Jan 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Germany
  • Female, 41+
  • (4 reviews)

Dillenia Guest House

Miri, Malaysia

Located in the northern part of city center you will find most places of interest as well as eating and trinking w/in walking distance. Hostel is immacutely clean. Owner, Mrs. Lee, is very knowledge and helpful and can set you up for tours. Luggage storage possible. In case you have a back problem you may find matraces quite trim/firm, but possibly that is exactly what you are looking for.

Zen Inn

Padang Bai, Indonesia

Unfortunately I do not go for the bamboo vault structure in a room. It was especially unlucky that you could not open windows but only the doors to a tiny backyard w/ no character. Since the premises are on ground floor with a mere grasp of a door to enter (which more or less resides on the street) this does not feel save next and also unwanted animals (in my case a rat) could make it into the yard. Unfortunately not appealing at all. There are a lot better options around in Pedang Bai.