Nice place, backpacker atmosphere in a fairly worn house, but the location is pretty good. Kitchen is OK too, and staff are extremely friendly and eager to help! The room I stayed in wad tatami, but with bunks. My only criticism is that they don't provide duvet covers, that just doesn't feel right in a place that is otherwise very clean.
One of the best places I have ever stayed at. Wonderful traditional rooms and their own little Onsen is just so nice (check out Dogo anyway!), the place is kept sparkling clean and the staff speaks excellent English. There is a kitchen with everything a traveller needs. - It's located right in the hot springs area, with post office, supermarket, konbini, coin laundry all within a few moments walk. The simple breakfast of rice, pickled vegetables and miso soup was a welcome bonus. Recommended!
Stayed here twice, and not because of a lack of alternatives. The staff is friendly, the tiny rooms are extremely clean, with crisp white sheets and sparkling shoilet bathrooms. The location between Ueno and Asakusa is unbeatable! The shared spaces are not really extensive or very social (this is really more of a hotel), but you've got all of Tokyo to explore... Towels do smell a bit musty, like they were dried on an attic or so, but overall I would recommend this place.
This place sadly doesn`t live up to standard. Location, and general cleanliness are excellent, but some staff hardly understands English and there is NO LINEN PROVIDED, despite what it says on this site. So bring your own, because when I asked for linen/sheets, I was offered toilet paper. The linen thing is an issue in Korea, but still it would be nice if they advertised themselves transparently...
Wonderful place, split over two very nice, modern apartments. Its kept very clean, the beds are comfy and so is the living space. Wish I could have stayed longer. Small suggestion: reading lights and small shelves for the dorm beds.
Good location, between station and city center (be prepared to walk into town). The place was clean and tidy, with a tiny kitchenette on the open ground floor terrace area, the staff on hand to give advice about town & Toroko NP. Sandwich for breakfast is a nice touch. However, only sheet & pillowcase given, no cover for the blanket - this can be rectified by asking for a second sheet (which I got). One more minor minor point: as someone wearing glasses, I'd like a tiny shelf next to my bed.
Decent choice for Brooklyn. Not too far from the subway with hip surroundings. Breakfast quite good, cleanliness not so much - and rather on the expensive side unfortunately.
Quite clean (some dusting needed inside my cubicle), but bathrooms are spotless. Shoilet layout is a little bit weird, but not bothersome at all. All day breakfast with cereal makes a good add-on, though you would have to be mad (or seriously broke) to not try the wonderful foods of Singapore. Staff great and location very nice - regarding noise from the bar street: my bunk was right next to the window and once inside you could hardly hear anything.
Stay here if you need it for its train station and MRT location, which is indisputably very practical. I stayed in a tiny single room which was smelly (mold, humidity) with not-very clean sheets and unstable WiFi that didn't work at all the first evening. Though the safe and fridge in the room are nice touches, that does not really make up for what the room lacks. Disappointing considering the price.
Location not ideal. Great architecture and stylish bar area, but the dorms disappoint-the brilliant design stops on the first floor. Ugly rooms&very basic bathrooms do not do the building or the self-styled "backpacker resort" label justice. Ensuite means one shower and toilet together in the same room for 8 people - impractical. My dorm was poorly ventilated&dark, the tiled walls did not make the atmosphere any better. Perhaps shoes off policy would help cleanliness. Not good value at 6.5$/bed.
Decent choice in the main touristy part of town. Tiny breakfast is a nice feature. The room was clean, equipped with flat screen TV, etc. Shower not separate from the rest of the bathroom, but that is standard in this category I would say. Staff very friendly and attentive, not at all pushy about tours but genuinely giving advice!
Wonderful place to stay, great people. I booked a dorm but there were no other guests in my room; It was very large, with a simple and sparkling clean bathroom. Dinner was very good and sociable, and the location is nice and quiet, but still within easy distance from the center - even better for a bike tour though the scenery around Yulong River. Recommended!
Everything OK. This is a pretty standard apartment hostel by Russian standards. No lockers, but perhaps that's not necessary in such a safe environment... Very nice staff though!
My stay was somewhat affected by troubles with the water supply, which after not working initially turned out to be brownish. Also weird for a hostel that is supposed to be ecological were the sheets made from some sort of synthetic material that I didn't find comfortable. Also, lockers would have been nice. Other than those slight issues, the stay was decent, everything very clean and new, staff very friendly and nice people all round.
This is a really good hostel in a flat. It is small, so you need to make allowances when it comes to space. As other reviewers have noted, it has only one bathroom, so you will need to deal with that if there are full (which they were when I was there). My recommendation: shower in the evening. Staff are super-friendly and keep the place very clean! No lockers unfortunately, but quite a safe atmosphere even though most people are just moving through for a night or so.
Very nice, super-clean hostel in Kazan, which is absolutely worth a trip! The helpful staff speaks English, the kitchen is nice and a great place to meet other travelers. The hostel is slightly set back from the main road (and signposted), which certainly makes it nice and quiet. My room, a 4-bed dorm was absolutely silent. No lockers though, but I suppose that isn't a problem when you are staying alone in your dorm like I was and anyway the staff can keep valuables in their safe.
There could be bedside shelves or something next to the dorms (individual reading lamps are already there!); by the petty nature of my only suggestion you can guess that this is an otherwise great hostel. Very clean, with two kitchens (with special drinking water taps) and nice comfy atmosphere. Location is also good once you find the shortcut to the Metro. Moscow prices though...
This place is very new, unknown, but all the more welcoming. My single was really nice for only 18€, got a map and very nice info about the city when I checked in (no guide book with me). Small but bright, and everything is obviously brand new and very clean. Location was the deciding factor when I chose the hostel, half way between city center and train/bus station, both within quite easy walking distance. Breakfast thrown in with honey and home-mad jam was the icing on the cake. Recommended!
Slightly disappointing experience, as I have stayed at many other Hostels in Japan before and was perhaps expecting more thoughtfully designed facilities and better cleanliness. Especially considering the price, I would have expected better dorms (individual lamps/shelves) and better bathrooms (more space to change). Smelly shoerack and dirty carpeting don't help. That said, it is OK by my standards and the free breakfast (toast, margarine and eggs, tea/coffee and nothing else) is a small bonus.
This was a really nice place to stay before/after climbing Fuji-san; I definitely recommend it for the clean showers + hot bath upstairs, nice comfy dorms with two blanket types to choose from and the downstairs lounge with free tea/coffee. The staff was extremely nice, let us leave our stuff while on Fuji over night and was very helpful with train/bus times and when one of our party lost his wallet on the bus (which was subsequently recovered).
OK place to stay, Location probably the best among Beijing hostels, right between two subway stations. Cleanliness etc is ok, though not as nice and as new as chain hotels. Above is valid for private rooms only (don't know about dorms) for which I paid ~Y190
Excellent Hostel; probably makes staying in Qufu more attractive than a just a daytrip. My private room was clean, bright with nice wooden furniture and quiet. Although the town can be quite empty at night, I definitely recommend spending the night (or two) here as this way you can experience "small town" China.
OK dorm experience, but certainly not the cleanest, newest. At least the shower and bathrooms were kept reasonably clean. "Lounge" was not very attractive because of some smoking going on there. Perhaps the rules on smoking in the corridors should also be clarified (as there were people doing just that). The location is definitely the most attractive feature of this place. -- Would go again for a night or two.
Excellent location! Comfy dorms in high-ceilinged rooms. Only one small thing: the bed numbers marked on the beds have to be large (and preferably glow in the dark); twice during my stay there I found somebody else had taken my bed. Price is rather high, but then it is central Madrid...
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Stayed in a private room, which was spacious, clean and really up to hotel standards. Cannot find much negative to say about this hostel, but the bar should be non-smoking as that bothers me very much.
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Excellent, traditional 'herberge', as you can see them all over the continent. This place is not an American-style hostel, where entertainment is included in the price (you have go look for that for yourself in DD), but they do have friendly staff, clean shared bathroom units (toilet, shower and wash basin all in one room) and and yummy breakfast. The location is also very convenient, just a few steps away from the old town. Oh, and there's free WiFi throughout the building.
Nice place to stay. Good Location and friendly people. Acceptably clean and well equipped.
Perfect Place to stay in Jerusalem. It's a cosy place to relax. The renovations (which must be going on forever) are annoying but thats the only reason why I won't give it 100% - Once the remodeling is done I'd give 110% (I hope they don't increase the price). Jamil will advise you on anything you need - anywhere you want to go around Jerusalem he knows how to get there. Rooftop is a great place with a good view.
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