Reviews: sandman_laza1956

Flag Varna Central Hostel

Varna, Bulgaria
83%

Very nice place, pretty well located, with great staff, always friendly and ready to help out. You also have breakfast and towels included in the price. Only negative thing might be the closeness of the common room to dorms which can be problematic for some people, especially if you want to rest and there are people talking, drinking in the other room. But this is just a small inconvenience, there wasn't actual shouting or noise while i was there. it's a great place to spend a few days

  • 2nd Jul 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Maxim Hostel

Budapest, Hungary
86%

Great hostel, location good, close to Ka;vin ter metro station,Vaci street pubs and souvenirs.On the street itself there are restaurants and fast foods, pubs and non stop stores. Very cheap, Perry, the guy working there is friendly and helpful.Only downside and complaint is that two of the private rooms (don't remember the numbers exactly) used to be one rooms which was then split by the owner in two.Problem is that the new wall is very thin, you hear everything next door.

  • 15th Mar 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Scream House

Milan, Italy
63%

theres a city tax of 2 euros plus 1.5 for bed linen,which is odd.wifi works good,kitchen and 2 bathrooms.lication is ok,not far from train station and 5 minutes from rovereto metro stations.bunkbeds are a bit shaky and staff make a lot of noise,even at night.but overall is ok,far better than other hostels in area

  • 11th Feb 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


La Casa Del Sol

Marrakech, Morocco
49%

location good,5 mins from jemma,but hidden in alley,might have to pay a guide to take help you.staff speak ok english but might move you from one room to other during stay.only one toilet for dorm guests,one shower,which are not clean and function poorly.some beds make annoying squeeky noise as you make slightest move and wifi often doesnt work. kitchen in very poor state,has stove and micro and fridge.only 5 euros for dorms but is too sketchy even for that price

  • 7th Feb 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Hotel Auberge Africa

Merzouga, Morocco
57%

the hostel is ok overall,it's just that it was a strange experience.we were totally alone at night in the camp,common room was closed,cause the guy went home at about 21pm.but wifi still worked outside door of reception,it only works there.but the guy was very nice,helpful,speaks little english.desert starts in the yard.you can go up to the roof and see the surroundung dunes and sunset or sunrise.it'located couple of houses near auberge les roches,which has couple of signs poinring the way.enjoy

  • 4th Feb 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Funky Fes

Fez, Morocco
86%

as you exit the train station walk straight and after the roundabout at the corner on your left there's the bus station with a small blue sign.take bus 19 for 3.5 dirhams to last stop,place rcif staff really great,very good english speakers and helpful.medina very close.didn't like toilet inside dorm,you can hear everything and it can be annoying,especially at night.

  • 31st Jan 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)

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Thank you for your comment and directions,Darida. Sorry for the toilet, but in general, guets prefer to have toilet inside room. The staff thank you for your mention about them.

Pension Souika

Chefchaouen, Morocco
77%

the hostel is fine for the price you pay,has kitchen,common room,rooftop dorm and great views and great location inside the medina.staff speak english.but a big problemis the explsnation on hostelworld.from gare routiere go on mohammed V street until square with same name,then turn right,walk until you get to info point left.they speak english and can help.after info point enter through medina gate and you'll find signs.othetwise pay someone couple of euros to take you to hostel.

  • 26th Jan 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Tangier Melting Pot Hostel

Tangier, Morocco
74%

because of construction going on as of jan '15 as you exit the port you go left on mohammed IV and turn right after the construction fence ends and enter the first city gate and then right again.after you should ask for directions or find the hotel continental which is on route.there are people wanting to take you to the hostel for a tip,3-5 euros,which is ok if you're tired or lost.hostel is cold and internet runs slowly on pcs but there's wifi.staff speak good english and breakfast is good.

  • 25th Jan 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


94%

great hostel,staff is very nice and speak good english.location great between the sea and ocean and very close to the old town.you can also buy frs ferry tickets to tangier from hostel with no extra charge (37 euros one way).great kitchen,common room with wifi and pc's to use.breakfast included with tea,coffee and some toast with gem.tovels only for hire,as well as bikes.has great terrace.you can wash clothes for 4 euros.downside is the cold rooms without heating and not enough blankets.enjoy!

  • 24th Jan 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


63%

very nice house close to centre and bridges,but it's very cold inside especially in the winter at nights and the heater doesn:t help.staff speak only spanish,but are nice.no kitchen or common room,tv in room with some english channels.inside the room you can hear almost everyhing from the hallway or rooms,very thin walls

  • 23rd Jan 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Hostal Sonia - Granada

Granada, Spain
57%

it's located right next to hostal atenas.the reception is on the 3rd floor and the rooms on the 6th but there is an elevator.staff consists of some older men who don'speak english and are not in a very good mood usually.but location is good,about 15-20 mins from alhambra,we had private bathroom in the double bed room.no kitchen,fridge,common room.room is quite cold,but you have a heater that you can use.also a nice tv,with some channels also in english

  • 21st Jan 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Pension Cibeles

Cordoba, Spain
74%

great location,couple of minutes from mosque.lovely house,but it's really cold inside in wintertime,the air conditioning doesn't help.no kitchen,fridge or common room.staff only speak spanish but it's not a problem,you'll manage cause they are helpful.there is a safe in the rooms

  • 20th Jan 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Hostal Catedral

Seville, Spain
60%

it`s not a hostel,its a pension.we've booked double bed room and it was ok.positive thing is the location,in a bice winding alley close to the sights.negative is that staff generaly doesn't speak english,it really cold and the heating costs extra 3 euros daily.no kitchen or common room and wifi is really weak in rooms.overall it's ok,its the cheapest in the city i think.staff lets u use their fridge or microwave if u ask.

  • 18th Jan 2015
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Promenade

Brasov, Romania
89%

Cheapest hostel in Brasov, recently renovated. Quiet, clean place, great place to spend the night and explore the surrounding places near Brasov, like bran castle, Prejmer, Sinaia, Busteni etc. Also very close to the city centre, with a non-stop store beside the hostel. enjoy

  • 21st Dec 2014
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Old Guesthouse

Tbilisi, Georgia
71%

I stayed there twice and was satisfied. It's a family-run hostel, very cheap,good location, close to main square,old town,metro station.The owners are very nice.The shower is a bit small, so is the kitchen, but the dorm is nice and overall i recommend it. When you get to Dadiani street 30 there are 2 white doors.Facing the doors open the right one,it's never locked,go up the stairs and then and the end of the hall you'll see the hostel.”

  • 3rd Sep 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Suna Hotel

Ankara, Turkey
46%

well, the only positive thing about this hotel is it's location and that you can get a single room pretty cheap.the metro station is one street away, about 5 mins and the citadel is about 10 mins away. but the staff don't speak a word of english, the rooms are very small, the shower didn't work, it squirted water everywhere from the wall, i couldn't lock my room when i went out. so just be prepared, but if you just want to sleep it's ok i guess.

  • 1st Sep 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Route 39

Istanbul, Turkey
80%

good hostel, recommend it.. the proximity of the hostel to taksim square makes it reachable from the bus station or virtually anywhere in the city by tram,metro,furnicular. as you follow the directions noted on the site, when you do find domino's pizza, just go up to it's entrance and right next to it there's a door with Route 39 written on it. if you're not paying attention you could miss it. Loved the cats,they should have more!!

  • 29th Aug 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Nightingale Hostel

Sofia, Bulgaria
63%

It's a good place, close to the metro,tram, to the the city centre, the staff is helpful. you can ask for breakfast, very cheap, they make something specific and interesting. the problem is finding it, cause it's located on the little square in an inner courtyard without any signs or directions on the street, so you'll have to ask around or as you stand facing the square with the tram lines behind you, it's a courtyard on the right hand side at the beginning of the square.

  • 27th Aug 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Art-Hostel Riverside

Skopje, Macedonia
80%

it's a good place, the staff speaks very good english, are helpful, it has a great atmosphere.the location is a bit tricky, but it resembles a nice little shanty town, i loved it. as you exit the bus,train station at the main entrance facing the boulevard,go right until the crossroads and then left.but there's the main road, and also another parallel small road between small shanty houses,that's the easiest way.then just check the street names and you'll find it easily.center is also 10 mins

  • 24th Aug 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Shanti Hostel Bitola

Bitola, Macedonia
89%

loved it, not overcrowded, peaceful, the guy who was there was very helpful,the shower is big, clean, so is the hostel itself, great big kitchen.the only negative thing is the small room in which 4 people have to sleep. the location is not very well explained.from the clock tower,not facing the angel statue,the other side, go on the street which has the tourist info and then the first left,a curvy corner and the hostel will be on the right hand side, a new building, can't m miss it.enjoy

  • 24th Aug 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Art-Hostel Riverside

Skopje, Macedonia
77%

This is a cool hostel, located in an interesting little area.It's close to the centre, to the Mall, the staff is friendly, there's a nice common room, little yard, good atmosphere, the rooms are good, so I really recommend this hostel. Stayed there 2 nights and enjoyed it.I really loved the shanty little streets that surround the hostel.

  • 23rd Aug 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Downtown Belgrade Hostel

Belgrade, Serbia
63%

The location is great,being right across the train and bus stations and also just a short walk from the city core.The staff is also very friendly,speak good english and they will help you if you're looking for something in the city or timetables etc. Other than these things, I can't really say much positive about the place. It's an apartment, so the place is small and feels very overcrowded even when it's not full.

  • 21st Aug 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Krakow Backpackers Hostel

Krakow, Poland
71%

It's actually hard to find, it's in a inner courtyard, overlooking a restaurant, but there's no sign on the street, I actually had to phone them to ask for directions, as I was standing right outside of the hostel.Other than that it;s a typical hostel, cheap. lying right next to the main square.

  • 13th Apr 2012
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Abraham Hostel Jerusalem

Jerusalem, Israel
87%

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Mansour Hotel

Amman, Jordan
47%

The location is really good, close to the roman theatre and the citadel,hussein and abdullah mosques, but serously lacks security and most of all cleanliness. But honestly, for these cheap prices you can't expect more. One bathroom didn't have lights, the other toilet couldn't be flushed, the noise can be heard in the rooms, so you can't sleep after 8 AM. but it's not disaster, it's ok if your a budget traveller,looking for a bed and a welcoming staff.

  • 17th Nov 2010
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


77%

Really nice guesthouse, would reccomend it to anyone. The staff speaks very good english, the location is really good,a 5 minute walk from the church through the market. Great atmosphere with great music,beer, food, whatever. The only problem could be that the music is quite loud at night and some of the doors can't be closed properly.

  • 16th Nov 2010
  • Globetrotter
  • Romania
  • Male, 25-30
  • (30 reviews)


Mandarin Hostel Budapest

Budapest, Hungary
80%

This was one of the best hostels I've ever stayed in. Near metro station, clean, helpful staff and the price is very good.


Patio Hostel

Bratislava, Slovakia
67%

It was ok, maybe a bit preicey compared to other hostels with better facilities, but anyway close to the city centre, staff spoke english well. The only trouble is the very small kitchen and the tables


Belford Hostel

Edinburgh, Scotland
63%

It's an interresting hostel, being a church. it's quite easy to find, good location. you have very little space in the rooms, and it feels like an office space and it can get quite cold because of the stone walls of the church and the fact that the rooms are only separate by thin walls without a ceiling so you can practically hear what everybody else is talkin' or doin' in the hostel. Oh and you have to pay for the internet and if you want to leave your bags after you checked out


Sokolska Youth Hostel

Prague, Czech Republic
73%

I stayed at the hostel this year in january in a mixed room with 12 twelve people. I can say that the location is very good, easy to find and the staff speaks a very good english and are friendly. When ever I will be in Prague and I need a place to stay i will surely look up this place.