Loved it. A great place for a big hostel. Everything needed at the hostel and near most things.
The woman talked very, very loudly on the phone for a long time. Then she started shouting at the person she had only been yelling at. She didn't seem to take a breath for 15-20 minutes. Doesn't create a good atmosphere. The beds in the room were truly awful.The mattresses were worn through, the frames squeaked, and I don't think anyone in the dorm managed much sleep. There's not much to see and do, so thini carefully about going to Thurso. OK for onr night for a ferry, or LEJOG/JOGLE cyclists
Easy to get to from the Havatas bus at Taksim Square. Located off the main street so night noise is not an issue. Air con in rooms (four-dorm) a big plus. Room I stayed in was big and airy with a locker for each person. I could get the free wifi in the room, others couldn't, but it was in the reception area. Staff very helpful. Bathroom/shower small but manageable.
The big plus is that this place is close to transport links - 200m or so from the main trian station and about 1km from one of the places to catch the bus to the airport. It sisn't that close to the central "Old Town." Breakfast was inlcuded, some very doughly pikelets and cold coffee. My room wasn't lockaable, although there was someone on duty most of the time. It has wifi and one bathroom. The rooms are filled with family photos and memorabilia. It was quiet at night.
Easy to get to, once you chqnge some money. The place is a student who rents the room for extra money, so it has all the things you want. He is helpful and it is clise to transport. When you arrive on bus 32, the buildings ar3 he hug3 blocks on the hill, about100m.
Staff very helpful, they did my laundry (OK it wasn't cheap at HF2000but it saved my time for sightseeing. They alo lett me have a late shower and access to facilities after checkout while I waited for my late train. Good location ans straightforward to get to from the train station.
Mz room was enterred through the bathroom on the upper floor. A bit awkward as it meant I was be blocked from getting in or out if someone was using it.
A large hostel, easy to get to and to find. The roomsare spacious. Not overcrowded with beds like many places are. The staff on the front desk were very helpful and knowledgeable. The ensuite bathrooms were shared with another room (it is/was a university student accommodation in the winter). The kitchen had a pretty basic set of pots and pans. When I visited the metro system was undergoing major work, so the central underground stations were closed, but free buses ran aling the same route.
Cheap and basic, but good value. Linen supplied and bathrooms vey clean. Near the harbour and a big shopping centre with supermarket and eating options. I took a taxi there after long ovrnight bus trip from Moscow. Only EU6 and no hassle with the driver. Walkable if you want to save money.
"Rooms" are just a large room partitioned by Japanese style dividers. No security (other than front door key) and little privacy. The Hostel faces a square which has a band stand so on weekends there will be loud music until 11pm. One toilet and two bathrooms (only showers) for all those people, though these were kept clean. People (staff) sleeping in the lounge room. No common area. Not worthy on a Hostel International standard as claimed.
Cheap and basic. No kitchen but near a big shopping centre with supermarket, ATMs and eating options. A 5-10 min walk from the Old Town.
A great place to chill out. Hostess helpful. On the down side, the ensuite in my room didn't work. No curtains - the sun comes up early (6am) now! No kitchen facilities, and limited eating places in town. Nice views and good walks around the area. I'd stay there again.
The hostel manager is helpful and knowledgeable. Visa registration can be arranged. The hostel is located on many bus routes. Getting in/out of the centre isn\'t a problem. The bathroom and dorm rooms are clean, sunny and bright. Free internet. Laundry can be done. However, it is an apartment with a family. So if your standard for being clean is like a hospital or hotel, it isn\'t for you.
Near the centre of Southport. On bus routes so easy to get around. The common areas can be noisy till late.
In a quiet part of town, but close to transport links and the Valley. The Valley can be dodgy at night. It has a good kitchen, but only one shared toilet and shower.
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It's about 3km from the centre, but on a bus route. The showers and toilets are clean enough, but the kitchens are left a mess after people finish cooking evening meals. There are fans in the rooms, but most people find it hot at night. The long verandah beside the bedrooms means it is often noisy at night and in the morning as people walk up an down on the hard floorboards.
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Good place for a cheap stay. Well located to trains and shopping (Midosuji line/Tennoji). Be aware the area has a few homeless people, but they are harmless.
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Great onsen with a view of Mt Fuji! The manager speaks English. The dorms are very spacious and with lots of room for your baggage. Free internet and coffee. Great value.
Cheapest single rooms in town. Fairly central.
the toilet was absolutley disgusting. hadn't been cleaned in months. I've seen cleanerpublic toilets in India! Staff were ahrdly ever around. The place and surrounding areas have few backpacker facilites (eg internet, laundy). Located on 2nd floor of hotel so above a bar, very noisy on weekends. Only redeeming feature is it is across the road from Albert Park beach.
All the staff on the front counter were genuinely friendly. Very well located one block from Queen St Mall, the shopping heart of Brisbnae.
Dorm rooms extremely small anc cramped. No room for bags and no lockers. Little privacy. One shower/toilet for up to 16 people.
It is a slum house. Don't use it.