Cool little backpacker place near to the bus and train station. The owner (Gojko, sorry if the spelling is wrong) is a great guy, really helpful. Rang taxis and arranged trips, was able to give advice about where to travel and how to get there.
Found my stay here really enjoyable. Great for young people and the slightly older backpacker :)
Really enjoyed our stay. Quiet and clean. Perfect for a quick break. No common room area, but we didn't need to use one.
Bit of a party hostel when I was there. Great facilities, helpful staff, lots going on. A bit noisy, but still recommended. Take ear plugs.
Great host in Unkas (hostel owner) and excellent location not far from the city centre. Secure, clean, internet a little slow but that was a minor thing really, could be hard to get showered if hostel is full. Not many people seemed to speak English when I was there so it was hard to make conversation. Unkas is a great guy - I left my phone there and he sent it on to Belgrade where I was stopping over for a transfer so I could be reunited with it the same day. Brilliant service. Thanks.
Really great hostel in Mostar. Taso is a relaxed and friendly guy and really does his best to make you feel at home. The atmosphere was one of the best in all my travels around Europe, totally chilled and it was easy to talk to the other guests and get to know them. The tour is great to Kravice Waterfalls etc. Great place to stay and get to know a bit more about Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Ana (the hostel owner) is a great host, she makes sure that everything is fine and treats you like one of the family. The hostel is near the harbour of the old town in a great location. Lockers provided and free internet access. Really enjoyed my stay here.
Great staff. Stayed in the annexe. Room was poky and not well ventilated. Mens bathroom was a bit grubby. Location is excellent and overall experience is decent.
Staff were great. Facilities great. Free ear plugs - amazing :)
Good hostel, clean, organised. Staff were friendly and the breakfast was a hoot. Toasters on the tables. It was like make your own but with bread and peanut butter.
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Big old place. Beds are a bit like prison bunks, but for a short stay in the city centre it is absolutely ideal.
A great little hotel (the rooms are a bit small, but tidy and clean). Staff were great and very helpful. Not bad for a first stay in Copenhagen.
Great staff, very friendly. Good little hostel, but short on amenities. Free tea/coffee would be a bonus.
Decent hostel, lack of a good lounge. Good bar, staff okay. Room clean. No lockers for stuff so marked down on security. Great location though, near Leidseplein and art museums.
Weird hostel this. Great location, but shabby and the security isn't great in terms of the other hostellers - there are no lockers to speak of. When I was there it was 33 degrees and the place stank like a pole cat. It was also hard to work out who worked at the hostel and who didn't. All the staff were unhelpful/fairly unfriendly except for one Irish girl who was great. Still, free internet, free drinks, free food (not the best). Good selection of entertainments. A 5 out of 10
Staff okay, a bit of a dead atmosphere at the place. Rooms passable. Great location though, just outside city centre.