Reviews: juanveraconesa9007

Hotel des Ambassadeurs

Toulouse, France
80%

Excellent location, clean and good value for what you pay. Most of the staff was helpful. Internet connection was not properly working.


Palm Hostel

Jerusalem, Israel
71%

Staff was more interested in our money than in our welfare. The room was ridiculously small: three sides of the double bed were surrounded by walls and the remaining space was 2 feet wide. The 4th wall consisted in 2 windows facing... the lounge room! So we had all the noise possible, we heard all conversations and we did not have any sunlight because if we opened the windows the whole hostel could jump to our room! Try to avoid room 38. Excellent location though, but our sheets were not clean.


77%

It was nice in general. Toilet was a bit messy, it could be definitely cleaner, but the room was nice. The staff is nice and helpful and the location is good, not too far from Petra entrance (15 min walk). Maybe a bit overpriced but like all in Jordan I guess. I would go there again.


Salman Zwaidh Camp

wadi Rum, Jordan
71%

It is located inside the Protected Area, but we had to meet the staff guy in a nearby village (not in the Visitors centre), left our rented car there and entered the area through unofficial roads. It seemed that it was out of the official campsite list. Anyway, the camp was nice, we were the only ones and dinner was huge (we paid for it), but they tried to charge separately the breakfast and it was included in the price. Lastly, their English was scarce so we had some communication problems.

  • 31st Oct 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Spain
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)


Ghazala Hotel

Dahab, Egypt
97%

Ghazala was one of the best hostels we stayed in Egypt. We only missed an onsite pool but otherwise the hostel itself is very nice and the restaurant is yummy! The beach is right in front of it and there are snorkelling sites within walking distance. But the best in Ghazala is Joe the owner of the place. He was incredibly helpful with our travel arrangements, and had always nice conversations. Thank you for the great stay.

  • 28th Oct 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Spain
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)


Oasis Hotel Luxor

Luxor, Egypt
77%

The hostel is nice for what you pay. Basic rooms but air conditioned. Great location, you can walk there from train station (turn left on the 2nd and ask for it). Staff is friendly until they realize they can't sell any tours to you, then they turn to just OK. Nice roof terrace, though Wifi signal is very weak all around.

  • 25th Oct 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Spain
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)


Memnon Hotel

Aswan, Egypt
51%

Stayed there in October and no pool or roof terrace, no traces of that! Also, the girl in the staff was nice but all of them were very sales oriented for their tours, not really helpful with special requests. It was not clean, but was not either disgusting. I guess there must be nicer places in Aswan for that price.

  • 24th Oct 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Spain
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)


Riad Massin

Marrakech, Morocco
100%

I just have nice words from this hostel and its staff. Everything was amazing, we stayed for 3 nights and then came back for 2 more nights because we loved it. Ibrahim, Asis, Brandon and all the cookers were amazing with us. They even prepared some special bread for me because I am a celiac, and helped us a lot with tips, nice words and smiles. I would recommend this to anyone travelling to Marrakech. Also, the Riad is much more beautiful than in the pictures, it will amaze you! Thanks guys!

  • 27th Dec 2011
  • Novice Nomad
  • Spain
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)


Hostel 5

Antigua, Guatemala
100%

The hostel is charmful and Blanca is the sweetest person we've met during all our trips. She's gonna try her best to make your stay in Antigua the best one. Totally recommandable!!