Despite my above-average ratings, I was quite happy with this lcoation. Hostels in the American rural West aren't common, but they do a real nice job here in Teton Village/Jackson. Really I couldn't have asked for better.
- Male, 31-40
- (33 reviews)
This hostel was really nice. Convivial atmosphere, enthusiastic staff, good facilities for luggage storage, kitchen, etc. However, it will also go down in history as the moment at which I realized I'm too old for hosteling after being put in a dorm with five exchange students with two large suitcases each--there was literally no space left on the floor for walking. Unlucky for me...
- Male, 31-40
- (33 reviews)
The beautiful 25m pool is the selling point for this place, but it's basically located in a suburb. Furthermore, there's a lot more concrete than the name "Eco" would imply. I would recommend staying closer to the city (it's easily 45 mins walking) but visiting the pool for $3.
This place was fine but a little out-of-the-way, which is kind of bogus for me to even mention since LP is all of 1.5 Kms wide. Otherwise it's a fine place tho not exceptional in any way.
Truly excellent location--can't be beat in that sense. However the room was small with no window and the bed took up nearly all the floorspace so I had to unpack my suitcase on the bed. Also the bathroom had bad mildew.
The rooms are adequate and competitive with the many hotels on this block. The difference here, though, is that staff went above and beyond the call of duty to help make my stay in Hanoi enjoyable.
The staff here really stood out. They were friendly, hospitable and helpful. Also they designers have a real eye for aesthetics. Lovely place overall!
This couldn't be any closer to the center (Plaza del Ayuntamiento). Also, the owner was very warm, friendly, personable and eager to help with directions, etc.
This hostel was entirely acceptable, but didn't exceed expectations in any way.
Despite being low season, this place was really extemely clean, centrally located and fun. It's worth noting that the staff went out of its way to help me book my onward bus ticket and give me other information about Salamanca. I highly recommend Revolutum.
A lot of thought went into making it a social place where it's easy to meet up with other travelers. I was in the "Deluxe" part of the establishment, and it was quite nice.
No complaints whatsoever. Really appreciated the proximity to train/bus station and the free meals.
This hostel was totally correct--generally comfortable but far from outstanding. The guy at the reception did his best to advise me and the other guests.
This hostel is very well thought out and runs smoothly thanks to a great staff. The pillows and mattresses were kind of laughable, but otherwise I was very happy with my stay here.
The other reviews accurately name all the benefits of DBC, but I do think it's important to mention the drawbacks. First I'd booked a 4-person dorm and was placed in a 7-bed dorm for the same price. The owner said it's the same price because the room is larger (as it should be!!) Secondly, after 10 it's not possible to read on the patio while enjoying the breeze and peace/quiet since they're afraid you'll make noise. Ultimately, it's hard to justify the prices they're charging.
This place was average at best, no more than an individuals apartment converted into a hoste.. The staff was extremely helpful; Id say thats the best aspect. The rooms are very cramped and the location... well, you would never find it on your own so request a transfer if you can.
This place is truly exceptional as far as hostels are concerned. Lots of nice ammenities, like all-you-can-eat buffet. The design of my room was unique, but impractical. I dont think theres any better option in Lj.
Great hostel, but 24 beds in the male dorm is a lot, especially if you assume 1/4 of them are snoring.
This was the friendliest staff I've ever encountered. Bravo! However, the rooms were a little spartan, and the bathrooms were lacking in just about everything: handsoap, hooks in the shower room for towels/clothes, and I never did manage to get hot water. Some carpeting might reduce the echoes in the hallway. Location-wise: the UWS is kind of far from everything and a very quiet neighborhood, but if you're looking for some quiet in the city (and park accessibility) this is the place.
Location, location, location--doesn't get better than this in the city! Beyond that, the staff was friendly (well, friendlier than the last time), perfectly clean and had the necessary amenities. Not the place to come and meet new people, though.
This is my second time at the Agora, and my 2nd time giving it a 100%. The staff at the Agora really goes out of their way to make one's stay comfortable and enjoyable. Their mattresses and pillows are more comfortable than mine at home. It's hard to imagine a hostel being any better!
I was amazed by the city of Tel Aviv, but this place is a dingy embarassment. To their credit, the staff is helpful and friendly, but the establishment itself lacks what's necessary for a comfortable stay.
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Judging by the pool, the lighting and some other features, this place could rival some luxury establishments. A nice social ambiance due to the set-up.
Located at the heart of ZR nightlife, but that`s about it`s only redeeming feature.
For some unexplained reason, they require passports of US Citizens. Still can't figure out why...
The mattresses were VERY uncomfortable (springs poking through). Also, saw a cockroach and a mouse in the dorm room itself... yuck!
Rooftop hostel with no view. Rooms and bathroom not cleaned thoroughly. Dorm rooms small, sheets don't fit the beds. The guys at reception are fun, though, if you can get them chatting!
Rooms don´t necessarily have windows, so it becomes stuffy and easy to sleep past noon! Otherwise, attention to detail, great style, and activities organized by staff (ie, tango lessons, parrilla, football outings)
They didn´t tell me a few key things during the initial tour that would´ve been helpful to know (ie, breakfast included)