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Right next to the beach, along a funky road full of hippie cafes and stores and good vibes. The staff at the hostel take you on surfing lessons, you get to meet a ton of other guests during meals and on the porch. Had an incredibly good time.
Excellent location for those who would rather avoid the fracas around Termini. However, based on the description, I was expecting something a bit livelier- the hostel is in a private, residential building and while it is easy to meet people in the other rooms, it is not the most conducive environment for meeting a lot of different people.
Located in a well-to-do neighbourhood on a hill overlooking Kelvingrove park, extremely safe and quiet. Though the interior has been stripped down, and the rooms are quite bare, some lovely architectural elements remain- carved wooden bannisters, and arches overlooking the stairwell, for instance. Can easily imagine how it must have looked in its heyday.
Funky new interiors which included faux fur wall tiles- never seen that before!
Didn\'t actually stay here as my booking got lost, and only found out when I showed up after 7 pm, but the guy at the desk was great and helped me call up several other places to find a bed. Thanks to him, i managed to find another place at a similar price, even though it was so last minute.
Well-maintained budget hotel. 10 minutes by bus to the airport and 30 minutes to the centre of Palma (e.g. to the Cathedral). Bus stops are close to the hotel and easy to locate. Two minutes from the beach. Lovely welcoming staff. Ideal for young working professionals.
Spick and span, simple, good value. Located near the Placa Catalunya station, Las Ramblas and Passieg de Gracia. We were thoroughly satisfied with our stay!
Located in the ancient city part of Ping Yao, smack in the midst of all the beautifully-preserved old streets and historic sites. The hostel itself is a gorgeous old residence- courtyard, sloping roofs, dragon fixtures on the roofs, etc. Love it!
If you're looking for a geniune experience in a family-run hostel, with a couple who provides sumptous meals of local dishes (for free), a dear old granny to practise chinese with, and kids running in and out, this is the place. Spotlessly clean (they'd mop the floor every time a bunch of us entered) and located a short stroll from the main town area