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Location: Norway, Gender: Female, Age: 26

Hostel Mali Mrak Zagreb

Zagreb, Croatia
97%

This is probably one of the best hostel experiences I've ever had. For real. Igor and his team is helpful and a very interesting, and you really do feel at home. The location is not a hassle if you've got an extra 15 minutes to spare (and we all do, don't we?), and you really gain good karma and get to experience the paintings of the hostel and the generally good energy (yes, I said energy!). Clean, fun and free yoga sessions (which I unfortunately didn't take advantage of). Just go, be happy.

  • 26th Nov 2013
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Female, 25-30
  • (31 reviews)

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autumn & winter season certainly have their charm here, so much time to do things together. thanks for being here, had a lovely time, M.

Idramon

Chania, Greece
80%

nice place, a bit far out of chania. but there's a bus which goes very often. not really a hostal, more like a hotel. well, it's called a hotel. decent place to stay, but maybe a bit isolating if your traveling alone. or cool, if you're into that. helpfull and charming staff.

  • 24th Sep 2013
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Female, 25-30
  • (31 reviews)


Youth Hostel Plakias

Crete, Greece
100%

if all the reviews haven't said it: just go. YES, you will extend your stay and YES, you don't want to leave. we were told upon arrival (we were staying for 2 days) that we proabably wanted to extend our stay. we said.. yeah... ended up staying for 8 days. and it's not just about the poeple you meet. i think you could meet anyone here and you'll extend your stay. cool selfservice beer and served breakkie. the best part is that you pay for what you've had at the end of your (extended) stay.

  • 13th Sep 2013
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (31 reviews)


Rethymno Youth Hostel

Crete, Greece
86%

great staff! very easy to meet up with people on the patio. cheap and decent breakfast. the location is nice for the city. a little shady showers, though.

  • 10th Sep 2013
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Female, 25-30
  • (31 reviews)


Jetpak Alternative

Berlin, Germany
91%

a very well situated hostel. cool with selfservice to beer and great staff. there are many cool bars around and not that far to central kreuzberg. clean and easy too meet people.

  • 27th May 2013
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Female, 25-30
  • (31 reviews)


Copenhagen Downtown Hostel

Copenhagen, Denmark
89%

A very good hostel, with the best lounge in the world. As often happens, we had a person who snored incredibly lud, so we snooozed a bitt in the lounge every morning (NB. Only two days). Staff is great, although one staff member was not so great. Veeeeery good pizza!

  • 16th May 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Female, 18-24
  • (31 reviews)


Sky Backpackers

Dublin, Ireland
100%

The hostel was great. We stayed in an apartment first. I didn't know it had its own kitchen, so we were very pleased. The staff was perfecto and the location asweel. Would definitley stay there again.

  • 17th Apr 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Female, 18-24
  • (31 reviews)


Carpe Noctem Vitae

Budapest, Hungary
100%

By far, this is the best hostel that I've ever stayed at. The warmth of the awesome staff, the great location, the random dinners, the beautifully decorated walls (especially the penguions) - it is amazing. I've stayed at a few hostels, even given them 100% here, but it's just not fair. THIS is a hostel worthy of the 100%. I f you're looking for a clean, big and centrally located hostal, always with awesome plans for the evenig - stay here. I extended my stay, you will too.

  • 21st Mar 2011
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Female, 18-24
  • (31 reviews)


The 3 Ducks

Paris, France
30%

This is THE dirtiest hostel I've ever stayed in. I would, however, recomend it if you need to stay someplace cheap in Paris and hygene isn't really your thing. I noticed a pile of ants in the bar/reception (because I was crawling on the floor looking for a place to plug in my mac-thingy) and I was like 'eeeew, ants!'. and the staff member just said it was normal. So, I would like to say to all of you crazy backpackers out there: IT'S NOT NORMAL.


The 3 Ducks

Paris, France
67%

dirty but the baar is cool


The 3 Ducks

Paris, France
60%

i stayed here for 3 nights. very drty, some of the staff memebers were friendly and some weren't. so dirty though, but ok if you just need a cheap bed i guess.


93%

this hostel is great, and you can buy beer and drink in the internet room, wich is much cheaper than the bar. only thing is the showers - they suck.


70%

a good place to sleep. we had major problems with the heater, it was either exstremly hot or incredibly cold. but all in all, i would recomend this place for people who need a place to sleep and have a decent shower. it's very expensive, though.

  • 30th Jan 2011
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Female, 18-24
  • (31 reviews)


100%

I'm not joking when I say that this is proabably the best hostal I've ever stayed in. The hot, hot, hot shower (Ireland is freeezing, man), the kitchen/common area is very big, but not too big. Beds amazing, staff REALLY amazing. I actually ended up coming back, just because (well, really, because of the hot shower) is was great. Very central, cheap bus from airport leads you right into this cat's mouth. Enjoy.

  • 21st Jan 2011
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Female, 18-24
  • (31 reviews)


Woodstock Hostel

Paris, France
73%

The hostal is OK. Very cold during the winter. The toilet in the 6-bed dorm that I stayed in was outside (not OUTSIDE outside, but you'd have to leave your room, into the courtyard and into the toilet.) Not that hot. But the staff was amazing and very friendly.

  • 16th Jan 2011
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Female, 18-24
  • (31 reviews)


90%

really nice place to stay. there's a 24h bus that takes you directly into the center of ol' london. also about a 30 min. walk to camden town and crazy markets. there were a bunch of schools staying at the hostel when i was there, though, so not your average party hostel.

  • 19th Mar 2010
  • Globetrotter
  • Norway
  • Female, 18-24
  • (31 reviews)


Riad Massin

Marrakech, Morocco
100%

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Peace & Love Hostel

Paris, France
77%

i like the bar. the rooms are very, very tiny, so a good hostel for sportif and tiny people i guess. sportif since stairs will kill you. but really it\'s a good work-out. the bar is cool. i said that. the staff depends. most of the staff that i met were incredible although i experienced of being treated like air several times.


Hostel Smith

Nice, France
97%

this was a great hostel. you know when people write that the hostel was just like staying at a friends house? well, this is like staying at your moms house. in a good and free kind of way, of course. madame smith is amazing, and always ask if you need anything. the atmosphere is so relaxed, and when you ask if there a curfew her answer is that if your quiet when you get back, there is no curfew. hilarious. was going to stay for two night ended up staying for over a week. :


Williamsburg HostL

New York, USA
97%

hells yea! this will proabably be the best hostel you\'d ever stay in. seriously. i had the best week in ny just because of that. it is also located in a very safe neightbourhood, so as a young gal wandering up and down the streets i felt perfectly safe, even if it was very, very late. the lovely people who work there makes the hostel perfecto.


Shelter City

Amsterdam, Netherlands
73%

a great hostel. didn\'t really matter the whole jesusy thing, and thats cool. (not that it would be a problem). anyway, its location is awsome. no drugs/alcohol policy, which is ok - there are other places to consume stuff in amsterdam.


97%

nie hostel. the staff was very helpfull. the hostel itself looks very neat and cool with funky coloures, overall a really nice building. and they have free paella!!!


St Christopher's Village

London, England
87%

awsome hostel. the bar is perfect for louring little girls and boys to drink heaps of beer and stuff. it\'s located a bit off the mainstream london, but if you\'re into that you\'ll have a blast.


PLUS Florence

Florence, Italy
100%

it\'s like a hotel, only better. great space and bar and food and keycards. after a few weeks on the road it was nice to relax in the pool and stuff. hilarious, a pool?! i love dit there. only bad thing was that you had to wait in the reception for millions of years, but that ok.


Legends

Rome, Italy
93%

super hostal. the staff is very friendly, and they give you FREE food every night. free food is a must when it comees to travelling on a shoestring. and all the backpackers gathers in the kitchen and makes friendships over pasta and wine.


93%

very good place to stay. the bar has super meal which are good and cheap. perfect for young backpackers


Fluxus Hostel

Ljubljana, Slovenia
100%

omg, this was seriously the best experience! the staff makes you feel at home, the bed have beautiful linen (not that white-everything-boring-s***). and the staff, again. they just.. ahh.. no words. im going back, but hello- the best. they have only two 8-bed rooms and one shower and one toilet - but its all good.


Alibi Hostel Ljubljana

Ljubljana, Slovenia
57%

the location is great, and thats about it. there was no obvious security around the hostal, no kitchen, overpriced, and the showers are cold. ive heard some great things about alibi hostal, but this wasnt it. friendly staff, though.


Zeppelin Hostel

Ljubljana, Slovenia
87%

Very hard to find, but when you do you get very please. Nothing special (yet) about this hostal). They have linnen in colours, and it seemed to be very clean. Kind of small, so manly for families or travellers who wants some privacy.


Hostel Ruthensteiner Vienna

Vienna, Austria
100%

It1s true, though, this hostal provides you with everything you need. The beds are great, staff very helpfull, and if your backpacking through Europe, they have this GRAND wall with lots of hostels all over europe.


Hostal Eden

Barcelona, Spain
80%

This was a nice hostal, clean rooms and friendly staff, but not relly a hostal for meeting people or doing anything at the hostal.