Somehow far from town (10 minutes walk), this hostel makes up for it by sporting a nice garden with hammocks, a bar and being close to a restaurant, convenience store and fruit/veggie shop. The breakfast can seem small (1 or 2 toasts and fruit salad) but you can ask for refills. Overall more pricey than similar hostels in the Yucatan peninsula but still a great place. The front rooms are noisy because of the highway rumble, though.
This us definitely one of the best hostels I've ever been. Close to the main street and central square, overlooking a cute little colonial square, 5 min. walk from ADO bus station.The long garden is incredible: you'll find chilling-out areas, hammocks, birds. Breakfast is huge, complete with made-on-the-spot omelets. I loved my stay there and will definitely return given the chance. Excellent value. Not noisy, not a party hostel, which is what I was looking for.
Go to this hostel for its location (near Parque de la Palapas, where you can find excellent value Mexican street food, especially at night), not for its charm. It's close to the bus station, Avenida Tulum where you'll find buses to the beach and Puerto Juarez and a supermarket. Other than that, it is pretty basic, with a small kitchen (closed at night) and common areas.
Good place of you're looking for somewhere to sleep only, as they have no real common room and a tiny kitchen. The staff is nice and they have a lovely cat, which adds some character to this hostel. Well situated within minutes of the Museums plein.
TJust by the Triangeln station, this hostel has a nice Scandinavian character and great facilities. It is a good place to chill out and rest with a nice patio. Kitchen is well equipped and everything is spot clean. Only not so great thing: the public desktop was painfully slow and technologically outdated.
Beware, fellow introvert traveller: this hostel's common room is a bar, which makes it extremely cramped and noisy all day and night long. People felt entitled to party in their room, offering no respite even in the dorm. So: this is a party hostel, don't go there if you actually want to rest. Apart from that, it was insanely expensive with the same facilities as any other hostel, except maybe for the free rental of ipads (no pc though).
This hostel is contemporary and new, with perfect cleanliness and bright decor. The tiny kitchen also doubles as the common room, which makes it rather cramped at mealtimes. My 8-person dorm had an ensuite bathroom. Close to the Altona station and many shops, but not within walking distance of Hamburg's central station and surrounding streets.
Grear einexpensive hostel, I really appreciated my stay. Some comments: do enforce your "no noise after 10pm" policy the directions to your hostel were quite confusing when coming from tram 15 ;)
I loved my stay there :) The staff showed a French movie, which was a nice touch, and the loft atmosphere is definitely a welcome change from all the other hippie hostels around.
Awesome hostel with friendly staff and great location. The only improvement needed is in the kitchen, which could be cleaner.
Great little hostel right off Nevsky Prospekt, wonderful staff and atmosphere. Even though everything was very relaxed, my suggestion would be to enforce a stricter "quiet" policy after 11:00pm, as the dorm was noisy even though I asked repeatedly for silence from the other guests.