Centrally located in Lakeside and with a friendly host family who will help you arrange things without being pushy to sell you other things. It was pretty cold at night since there isn't any isolation for instance in the windows but that is very common for guest-houses in Nepal though.
Everyone staying in Pokhara should stay one night at a guesthouse at Sangkot. The views are phenomenal both towards Annapurna and towards lakeside. The guesthouses lie very close together so the distances shouldn't be a factor to decide. Panoramic is located at the bottom of the stairs towards the viewpoint and at the edge toward lakeside. Since it is at the edge the birds of pray fly past you just a few meters away where you sit and eat for instance. Recommended for its friendly hosts too.
At the moment there is a big construction site located right next door so don't expect to sleep in very long. It is located at the end of a dark alley so if you don't like walking home in dark alleys it might not be the place for you at the moment. With that said the area is generally safe and there is very good security there with security staff etc. The staff is friendly and helpful. I recommend taking the airport pickup - it costs about the same as a taxi and you will get straight there.
PLaces right where you want to be. Very close to the two most famous ghats and close to the best restaurants for independant travellers. The place is very very hard to find though since it is tucked away from the allay behind a hindy shrine so I recomment the pickup service to find it.
Its either a mid class hotel with poor facilities or a budget hotel with very poor value for money. It is well placed though and will do the job for you.
Had a fantastic welcome here. The family who runs this guesthouse is very warm and helpful and it is located in a good place. Close to the intresting stuff but a bit tuckd away which ment that is was relatively quiet at night which means that you can get a nice sleephere. Another plus for letting me rest on an extra bed for a few hours when i arrived earlier than expected in the morning from the overnight bus and all the rooms were full.
Mystic Jaisalmer is well places in the city. Easy to get to from buses and easy to get to the sights. One problem which I don't know if it is a permanent problem or not however is that the neighbourhood dogs were barking all trhough the night which made sleeping a bit difficult at times.
A decent hostel all in all. It is quite far from most points of intrests though like communications hubs, sights etc. When I arrived using the pickup service from the airport there was no staff arround at the receptetion which could tell me which room/bed I was in though. Luckily another guest was leaving and could tell me who to wake up to get that information. Coud have ended worse that it did otherwise. When awake though the staff is good and helpfull.
Te hostel is located right where you want it to be. close to a lot of sights and relatively easy to get to and from the airport with public transport. I arrived in the middle of the night and had soon gotten my bed so that I could go to sleep. It was very warm during the night as well which is nice in winter when it is chilly outside.
This is a great stop to rest your head for a while if you have to stay in Frankfurt for a night since it is clean and close to the trainstation which is easy to get to from the airport for instance.
Well located in the center of Braga.
My first stay in the hostel I used it just to sleep, getting in very late and left early the next day to continue travel. For that the hostel is great as it enjoys a great location close to the central train station and a metrosystem stop.
Excellently located hostel. However - While some would call it "chic" it feels very sterile. The striclt minimal and generally sterile atmosphere can be seen even in the breakfast which whch uses single use plastic cutlery, plats cups etc. Calling it a "home away from home" would in that sense not be correct on to many unless you live in a hospital. It should also be noted that it is very expensive for what you are getting - and the price listed does not even include the city tax of 1Eur/night
A good budget choice for people staying overnight to catch an early flight in the morning. It is reasonably close to the airport but still a few kilometers away. pickup is available however.
Great place with very friendly staff. It is also one of Yerevan's hubs for budget travels around Armenia which makes it an excellent base for exploring the country and meet people.
Well located hostel. Not in the absolute center of things in the old town but within walking distance. One note - The showers are located on the other side of the common room which means that you need to walk though it after having a shower.
A clean and basic hotel. Ok to get a nights sleep but nothing to write home about.
The hostel is well located near the castle although it is on the other side of the hill from the airport bus and trainstation which means that you have to walk steeply uphill and then downhill to reach it.
Looks very much like an institution, a military barrack or something like that. While it is not filthy it is not really clean either. The biggest problem however is that there is a real shortage of powersockets. That means that if you want your camera, cell phone or anything that requires charging now and then you may want to consider staying somewhere else. Thee are a few extra in the basement but that doesn't really solve the problem. It is also very warm during summer.
Well located. Doesn't have wifi but the cabletv is a plus. Has two locations - they are close to each other and both the town center and the busstation. Doesn't really have a commonroom to meet people in.
Well placed hostel in between the busstation and the citycenter. Well located to walk to both.
Small nice hostel. Its really close to the bus station which is a plus and relatively close to the historic center. Good breakfast.
A warning: Unfortunately far from everything the staff tells you is true. A simple example of this is the non-working internet which the staff tells you is a problem for all Paraty - which it isn't. The big problem though is that they list the prices in USdollars but ask for payment in reals - At a completely different exchange rate that what you see on Hostelworld. A somewhat fraudulent behavior where they don't tell you that you can and "should" pay in USdollars to get the price you thought.
A somewhat odd thing - a Christian hostel with bible scripture on the walls, study groups etc located in the red light district. Definitely gives you contrasts when you arrive. It is a cam and quite hostel for those more interesting in doing sightseeing and not partying. I have one complaint though - in the dorm I stayed in there were big slightly opened windows which you couldn't close. And open windows in wintertime make for a pretty cold room even though. Unknown if this is common though.
Well located hostel in the city center just by the main lookout point. They close at night so make sure to be there on time. The breakfast is very good.
Fantastic place to stay with great views and friendly. You have to walk uphill for some 40 minutes to get there which you should be prepared for.
The single rooms are very basic but the twins are fantastic. Xing Ping truly is the place to stay in Yang Shou though and the atmosphere in the evenings is great.
Great facilities, good location etc. However - one important thing if you are out traveling is to be able to travel onwards and the staffs information on that was terrible. In fact - you can't trust it. As an example: Since the road to the airport is a disaster at the moment very few taxi-drivers will drive you there unless you negotiate hard with them. Normally hostel staff would know about about this and advice you accordingly but here they do not which might leave you missing your flight.
Good location . It is slightly outside the old city but that makes it close both to the three pagodas and the old city itself and still remain nice and quiet if you want to sleep.
Friendly hostel with very helpful staff which speaks good english.
Located right on the main street where you want to be in the center of the old town. The hosts are good at arranging onward travels on slightly more unknown options which is good in the tremendously overbooked summer-season.
The hostel has a great bar/restaurant to hang in and meet people. It is located in the middle of a quiet alley relatively close to a subway station which makes transportation easy.
Hotel staff is friendly. It is however, like most of Wadi musa, located a kilometer or more uphill from the entrance of Petra. In the morning you can get a free ride there but you will either have steep climb or have to take a taxi in the evening to get back. The hotel is very spartan but functional.
The beduin camp is well outside wadi musa. It ir fairly well located from little petra which is 1.5 km away. Petra on the other hadn must bea reached by car. Available but at an extra cost. You should also note that even though the prise here states 20 you will most probably end up paying 30 if you eat dinner at the camp which you probably will since there is nothing else around.
Very friendly staff. Some rooms are noisy(facing the strett with prayer calles, trafic and marketnoise) and some are very quiet. So if that is important try to get a quiet one.
Very clean, well located hostel.
The mansions is a special place. As know as you are getting you should be find. It is basic but well located.
As the name suggests it is a hotel so don\'t look for the usual hostel stuff when it come to social stuff. It works very well for sleeping in though and is quite centrally located.
It is a nice place but somewhat hard to find. It isn\'t actually on the street but slightly up a sidestreet overlooking the park if that helps.
The ownerScott has done a great job with this brand new hostel which is dead in the dead center in this very intresting city. It is so well located that you will probably end up with a photo of it since it is in the center of the most scenic part of the city.
This place is good fun even when there are a few people there. In high season it should a a great place for partying.
Somewhat uncentral location for being a hostel in Krakow but not bad in comparison to other places. The big drawback here are the strange rooms which are pretty cold and felt generally unhealthy with dust etc. The rooms aren't always meant to living in either with some strange arrangements like windows in the ceiling instead of the walls etc.
Fantastic hostel. The location in Luxor is great regardles of how you get to the city. The staff is fantastic and very helpful providing good services and information when you want to do any extra activities and at fair prices.
A somewhat late commant but important still. This is the worst hostel I have even stayed in. Not only did the hostel increase the price on previously made bookings without any warnings. So when you got there you had two options - pay more for a booking already made to a said price or leave - which can be hard when you arrive late. They also hired a poor guy to act as a \"goalkeeper\" to handle all the people getting angre when they checked in. He started the same day.. poor guy. Avoid at all costs until they change owners which might take quite a while...
The hotel in itself is fair. not very athmospheric but fair quility for a budget hotel in India. Yhou don\'t actually book with the hotel though but with a travelagent which will give you some hassle when you arrive since they of course want to sell you more things. I have ssen worse though.