Excellent hostel. Got everything you need.
Really nice staff. More like small hotel than a hostel. Daily room cleaning is great! Not really any communal space though. Our room didn't have any external windows.
A hostel that's added on to a bar. Cheap rooms but doesn't feel much like a hostel. Not a bad option here where things are generally overpriced. No real complaints but no great shakes either. Nice people.
The most lovely staff. So kind with loads of attention to detail (e.g. our bags were waiting for us in our room when we returned from our trip to the islands). Excellent breakfast - eggs, avocado, ham, bananas, juice, cereal, yoghurt etc. Cable TV in rooms. A lovely little hotel. Would definitely recommend.
A nice little hotel. Very nice staff who are happy to help. Fairly hot showers. Up a bit of a hill on the main strip.
Great breakfast. Really pretty hostel with lovely murals. Bit more of a hotel really. All very nice for a quiet stay.
Party hostel and it does what it says on the tin.
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All generally good. Not much atmosphere though. Communal space not very conducive to meeting others. Really nice building with big rooms, high ceilings etc. All very clean. Full bag lockers. Nice staff.
This is a lovely little place to stay. The nicest staff and a great communal feeling. Very intimate and cosy. Lovely outside space. Food cooked each evening over an open fire. Great empanadas! We were just popping in for one night to see the ruins and ended up staying 3 nights as it was such a nice place.
Really lovely family run hostel. Great communal breakfast around the table each morning. Comfy and clean. Really helpful. Round the corner from the bus stop to the falls and to Argentina. We paid R$20 for a taxi from the bus terminal but think it should have only been R$10 or R$15. Diego is a great cook. Eat there if he offers!
Security: Large lockers, gate with a buzzer Location: right opposite the metro. Short walk to Copacabana Staff: friendly but just people working for a big chain of hostels so different to staying somewhere family run etc Atmosphere: not much space for the number of people. No real outside space. No chilling space. You´re either in the kitchen or the bar. Value for money: you´re paying for the location. Facilities: good breakfast, small bathrooms, 2 computers with internet, kitchen ok
Great place to stay. The owner is lovely and knows just the right balance of being welcoming while giving you space. The location is perfect, just a short walk from the Old Town. Be warned that there is no sign outside to show that you are in the right place - we made our own way and thought we were in the wrong place! Couldn't get through on the mobile numbers given either. We found the flat on the top floor though. A real find, great place to explore Dubrovnik from.
A lovely little hostel with super nice staff. It was just a shame that there were only two other guests staying there when I was (although it was off season)
This hostel has a great atmosphere. The staff are lovely and it's really relaxed and social. Some people have ended up staying for weeks at a time! Great communal space, free internet, free breakfast, beet - all good. It's in a nice location but Guadalajara is really big and it's about an hours walk to the very centre if you want to go see the Cathedral etc.
Just off the Zocalo, this hostel is in a great location. When I stayed it had only been open a week but it was already a looking great. It's in a beautiful old building with high ceilings and big windows with little balconies. Everything is really nice and clean with almost monsoon-style showers in the bathroom. The staff are lovely and all speak English. There's free internet and free breakfast in the attached restaurant. The one big thing that's missng is a bar or a lounge.