Reviews: Anonymous

Riad Chez Lea

Marrakech, Morocco
89%

We had great communication with Chez Lea from the start. We arrived late at night and a taxi was organised to collect us. We did not have all the money to pay for the accommodation immediately so paid over two days, which didn't cause a problem. The location was great, in a quiet street but only minutes away from the action. Best points: security, AC, fluffy towels, breakfast, bartering/shopping assistance & tour advice. Very recommended.

  • 21st Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Female, 25-30
  • (4 reviews)


Seagulls Garret Hostel

Riga, Latvia
89%

Nice to be in a new hostel, much like a B&B. The 11 bed dorm was great, built in the loft with own sitting area. It was separated into 2 sections. Positives: Great kitchen, common room, projector screen, big lockers, spacious rooms, wifi works everywhere, excellent location in town & new sheets. Negatives (which wouldn't deter me from staying): Tiny towels, squeeky bunks (but if your lucky you get a single bed), small fridge space, push button showers (I get the theory but they are annoying)

  • 17th Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Female, 25-30
  • (4 reviews)


Castanea Old Town Hostel

Stockholm, Sweden
91%

It takes on a B

  • 5th Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (4 reviews)


93%

Lime time is one of my favourite hostels. There is no difficulty making friends over free Caparinas. The staff go out of there way to help- Lime time is a home away from home. It has everthing you need when travelling. Highly recommended