It's just like all the other anonymous hotel style hostels in Rome (I have been to four or five of them over the years). It's pretty close to the Yellow hostel bar if you're looking to meet other backpackers.
Fantastic hostel. It's well designed (outlets and lights for every bed), rooms are big, location and staff are great. The Flamenco outing was awesome. The hostel is quite large but I had no problem meeting people to hang out with which was great too.
Great location and staff. Met some pretty cool people but it is a 100% party hostel (I mean, it is Barcelona) so keep that in mind.
Nice enough place - I just have little nits like having to walk up to the 4th floor, the tube is a little further away than I'd like, and the hostel is a bit too big to meet people here easily (excluding meeting people in your room). Beds are overly squeaky too which is a bummer. That said it's a clean place in a good neighborhood, and I have rebooked once, so there you go.
Had a ton of fun here, even while spending a week knocked out with a nasty case of the flu. Great staff and met a lot of cool people. I kept my motorcycle out front for two weeks while I was there and had no issues.
One of the best hostels I've stayed at anywhere. If you're in San Diego, have your own transportation, and aren't looking for a party hostel, stay here. Staff is great, kitchen is greats, beds are great, outdoor seating area is great. And you know a hostel has their act together when each bed has its own outlet and light.
The staff are great and fun to hang out with. The rooms are a little cramped, but not terribly so. It has a party hostel vibe so keep that in mind. The 4 bed mixed dorm (I think there is only one but I am not certain) is right off the living room so it can be loud if you're going to bed before midnight or 1.
Not a hostel vibe at all as the common areas aren't large enough to really hang out, but it's a really great deal for the price if the alternative is a hotel room.
Kind of dumpy, but works, and it's right downtown. I'd still rather stay here than drop $50 for a cheap motel in a crappy part of town.
Great homey hostel. Met a few people who were heading out to Shambhala as I was...
Almost too nice for a hostel as these were dorms for the olympics, but you do pay good money for it. Felt like a hotel - there was no social vibe, although I'm guessing that's different when it's (presumably) full in the winter.
Great location, good staff. Dorms are too big and the building is noisy - loud, squea
Great place. Unusually neat and clean for India.