A great little hostel in Hamburg. We walked into town but easy to catch the bus too. Excellent room (4 bed) warm and good size with lockers and lights/plugs. Great bathroom with heating. Excellent atmosphere with big common room and kitchen (with tv etc) and upstairs a small awesome little cafe/bar. We really loved it here, so clean and funky, one of our favourites! Enjoy.
This is a well located and clean hostel. It has a small kitchen for use (except for one night per week). Breakfast is good - toast, eggs, oranges, cereal, juice, tea and coffee. HOWEVER: this is for party-people only. Do not stay here if you want even a moment of peace. There is only one small common area and it is packed and dark and plays loud music next to the smoking room. Our dorm had horrible Australians in it who drank and ate all night in the room. Have to pay to store luggage.
Great girl on reception. Showers could be cold, and had to press the button repeatedly to use. Great pub. Breakfast packed. Big clean warm bedroom. Great walking tour with Jimmy.
Great home away from home. No check in between 1 and 6.30 or so. Great breakfast for 4 euro's.
This little hotel was in the perfect location - though Montpellier seems quite small in general. Our room was large and had a modern bathroom, everything was very clean. Breakfast not included but getting a coffee with pastry on the street is so simple and cheap that I can't say that it was a negative. Lovely, kind staff. Slept with the windows closed due to fairly noisy neighbors but not too bad. Great place we will be back!
This camping ground is fairly small with both tent allotments and bungalows (which we stayed in). The facilities here should be great - but each are so annoyingly flawed that it ruined our stay. The showers only allow ten seconds at most of water before you have to press the button again and again until you go crazy, and my partner found human feaces in his shower. They charge you for every little thing until it is insulting. Check-in is 4.30pm (though we couldn't until 5pm). Wifi not good.
This bnb deserves all its great reviews. A scenic 30 minutes walk from the centre, you will be warmly welcomed by Vittorio. Lot's of people mention how lovely Vittorio is and he is a great host but I think it takes away from what a great job he is really doing - the place is immaculate, breakfast is fantastic, his advice/maps/directions are extremely thorough. He might be young but he is astoundingly professional and this place deserves all its hard earned praise. Wouldn't stay anywhere else.
This is a great hostel located in Biassa, a small town on the outskirts of Cinque Terre. They take you on the shuttle every morning and come get you again at night. I had read that it was not clean which surprised me as it was immaculately clean when I was there over four days. No breakfast, but had washingmachine and lines. Had to sleep with windows close as the most evil church bell ever rang throughout the entire night, the only negative of our stay, the rest was fantastic, recommend to all.
Zadar is a wonderful city and this is a wonderful place to stay in Zadar. It is very airy and bright and lovely. it was very much a hostel by the sea with lots of whites and blues. it was very clean and the sheets etc were great. they also rent towels cheaply which was helpful. the front desk gave us a map and plenty of help and their was a kitchen and fridge etc. we would love to stay here again next time we are in the wonderful Zadar.
So firstly not a hostel. We liked it here but it's important to be honest and clarify some aspects of the place. It's a small apartment. The main double bed is actually a couch. Not too bad but not a 'real bed. The second double is in a small alcove near the bathroom so fitting four people in is hard. Kitchen tiny and only has basic stuff, ie one bowl so we had to share. No air con or tv or net. The guy who I communicated with seemed such a lovely guy and we would definitely stay here again.
Our room got trashed by two guys who left but no-one came to clean for a whole day. Else it was fine.
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This was a very well run hotel in Paris. It is very well located right next to a metro station which quickly links to gare du nord, a major line. we could get anywhere very quickly. the streets around the hotel were lovely with a street market (hello free cheese and wine sampling) and some really nice cafes and stores. When you are trying to find the hotel remember it is near the McDonalds as this would have helped us no ends. \the front desk spoke almost no english but we got by.
I-Bed is for serious 'flash-packers'. It is not cheap but is somewhere in between a youth hostel and a hotel. This said, you get what you pay for and we certainly did enjoy our stay. The rooms (of course) were small but functional with flat screen television, AC and extremely clean. There was an internet room with couches and free internet and a new mac computer. Under the hostel was a restaurant where they taught cooking and other facilities including a small store and book exchange.
Maney resort was a decent place though quite a hike from the town (not far, but uphill/many stairs). The bungalow was perched high on the hill and had a lovely view. The staff were efficient but not overly helpful or accommodating. The wifi was good (in room) and at no cost. The room was very clean and had a small television.
We really loved staying here and will definitely be back. The staff went above and beyond to look after us, and it was ideally located near the river (and some amazing restaurants and shops). We wouldn't stay anywhere else in Chiang Mai. The onsite spa was really good too.