It was a good room. The family was nice and it was a good alternative to staying in the overcrowded old town.
Very homey. The grandmother who owns the place and her granddaughter who translates for her are wonderful. They are kind and honest. It's close to the bus station. The rooms are clean and well equipped. It's a great place to stay.
The hostel is NOT at it's map location on hostelworld. Put the address into google maps to get its real location far to the west at the end of the 6,2 and 11 tram line. However, aside from it's less than ideal location it wasn't bad. Staff were nice and the rooms and area was ok.
Lots of hidden additional costs: 3 euro for mandatory sheets, 1 for city tax, 5 for internet in the rooms, 3 if you want to pay by credit card. So what looks like a 13€ room is actually much more! Very institutional. Slack staff. Bad location. Overpriced bar. Don't stay here.
Location is the only thing this hostel has. Everything else is disgusting. Bad staff, terrible smell. Expect to get cheated and shortchanged.
It was pretty good. The staff were often napping and it was sometimes hard to find them. But good price and a good area.
A good hostel with good facilities and good people.
It's the cheapest and the location is amazing. But expect what you pay for. Shared dorms and it's loud from the street at night. But did you come to Istanbul to sleep? Go out and enjoy then stumble home exhausted and you won't care!
It is in a good location between the city and the bus station with a good view. But, like most HIs it was very quiet and boring.
A good hostel in a good location near Avenida Paulista. Lots of loud and crazy Brazilians staying there.
The hostel was pretty good, about what you would expect. But the best part was Franklin and Scott. They could arrange anything and hook up everything. Cool guys. They made my time there a blast!
A good hostel made great by the people working there!
The best place to stay in Shanghai on a budget
Laundry is expensive and slow. 100 roubles per kilo and takes like 2 days (even if they say only 1).