Fantastic location for travel as it's within walking distance of the train station and it's also really close to the centre
Brilliant - the best hostel any of us have stayed in in Seville
Fantastic location for travel
The staff were lovely, the food was great and the location made it really easy to get around Valencia. Would definitely stay there again.
The hostel is in a great location, just off the bottom of La Rambla and in a less touristy neighbourhood. The hostel itself though is a bit like flying with ryan air - you get your bed but everything else is extra; sheets, late check in, city tax... They didn't even have city maps. When travelling in a group it was fine but I wouldn't want to stay there on my own, we didn't meet anyone else staying at the hostel. But the room was fine and there was a security guard at night.
The hostal staff were really friendly and helpful, they even turned up the heating when we said we were cold. Great location and great value for money.
The hostel is right in the centre, which was great, and Luciano was really helpful
Loved the hostel and the friendly staff, we'll definitely stay there next next time we go to Madrid :)
My flight arrived really late but as they have 24 hour reception it was no problem, staff were really friendly and helpful. Great for people travelling onwards as you can walk to the train station, even with a lot of luggage.
The campsite is right next to the bus stop so it's really easy to travel into Venice. We stayed in one of the huts and it was plain but great, very clean but a little hot during the day. Would definitely stay there again!
We stayed in a cabin which seemed brand new, it was very cute and nice and cool at night. Getting into Venice was really easy and the staff were lovely, the only downside is that there's only one toilet/shower block so it could be a bit of a walk if you're on the other side. It's great value for money though and I'd recommend it to anyone happy to have no-frills accommodation in order to avoid the overpriced hotels in Venice itself.
The owner had family visiting so we only spoke to him when we arrived but he was very welcoming and made sure there was breakfast available for us every morning. Nice rooms, not far from the centre of the city and right on a bus line so it's easy to travel to the bus/train station.
In general, I thought this hostel was great, it's right in the centre of the old town and a short walk to the beach, there's loads going on there including a great dinner for only €5, hammocks on the roof terrace and regular opportunities to go out with the staff and other guests so it'd be good for people travelling alone. The only downside was that one member of staff was unhelpful and disinterested when we had a problem. The rest of the team were great though and I'd stay there again.
Love, love, love this hostel! Not only were the staff really helpful, the location brilliant and the facilities new, the dinner was amazing and a great way to meet other people staying at the hostel.
The room had no lock on the door so although the stuff in my locker was safe, I wouldn't want to share the room with strangers. Also there were only 4 lockers and 6 of us in the room, again not a problem as I was only sharing with friends but if you were alone this could be difficult. Breakfast was pretty poor, even compared to other hostels in Spain. I also tried to email the hostel twice and ring them to amend our booking but got no response, which I think is pretty poor customer service.
The staff were friendly but the check in process is very slow and it feels very no-frills; the hostel has all your basic requirements but there were little things like the bathroom always having a wet floor because of the bad shower curtain and the cold and noise in the bedroom because the windows are thin that meant it could have been a lot nicer. The location is great though, very near a metro and in a kind of young, alternative area of Madrid. Overall pretty good value for money.
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