It was great staying at Wombats. The hostel has a perfect location for young party crows as it is very close to the nightlife. the hostel staff was great and so are the rooms. The biggest problem is internet. At peak times, there is no possibility of getting on internet. There are a lot of users but since it is such a large hostel, they should do something about it.
The 6-dorm bedrooms are over-crowded. They have placed too many beds in a small space. there should only be four, or maximum five in there. Otherwise, the hostel is great, with good location and staff. Slightly expensive though!
HI Boston gets away with the fact that it has prime location in Boston city and hence they can charge so much money. With very little options as to where to stay cheaply in Boston for backpackers, this was he best option. Having said that the hostel is great. great facilities, breakfast and good security. just too expensive!
The location is simply amazing. the staff is very very helpful and great! i found it a bit expensive for the kind of hostel it is, but every thing else was really good!
Riad Verus is one of the best backpacker hostels that I have stayed in, especially when it comes to atmosphere of the Riad. The common area is the best beautifully decorated by the owners and its atmosphere is maintained by eusoff and continuous supply of Mint Tea. He is also very helpful in giving us all kinds of information, was willing to drop me to Hamam and pick me up later too. The disadvantage is that the rooms that are not ensuite, their washing facilities are not so good.
Amongst 25 countires or so i have travelled, it is the best hostel i have stayed in. Great atmosphere! Free walking tour with guide, veera, was grwat! Mama's dinner is highly recommended, worth the money.
The location is a bit away from city center but that is what makes it more affordable i think. I felt it was a bit smelly with curtain and overall cleanliness of the places. Otherwise, great character, nice atmosphere, good staff, all the facilities provided.
The hostel is in good location and that is the only good thing about this place. A hostel is meant for backpackers to live cheaply and afford ably while traveling. But Generators had ensured that we will spend as much money as possible in an expensive city like Copenhagen. Guests are not allowed to bring food in the hostel. there is no kitchen we can use and they off a very expensive breakfast in the morning. Bathrooms were not cleaned every day and it is not worth the money I paid for it!
it was a great stay. The bar was not so awesome, but otherwise, there is a lot of character to the hostel. And the location is super awesome! would highly recommend
It was overall an OKAY experience. The hostel is pretty far away from the main train station, so it takes nearly half an hour on foot from the central station to get there. Otherwise, the hostel is being run in Korean Style and we got delicious breakfast in the morning! That was good! The staff is nice and pretty friendly and helpful about major attracts in Luzern.
The hostel is good in terms of what you would want in a hostel, but there is no charater to it. its almost like staying in a hotel, you will hardly meet people because everyone is kind of on their own. It is good, but there are other better hostels in Dublin too, where my friends stayed and i thought they were better, especially near to Temple Bar region
A bit too expensive and kitchen is lacking, otherwise the hostel is second to none, than what i have stayed in many parts of the world. Especially, as a female travelling alone, it was in perfect locatin, the security in the hostel, made me extra safe, especially walking back late at night. the morning breakfast, extra extra helpful staff and a nice bar and internet corner, tops everything!