Reviews: Anonymous

Location: Italy, Age: 44

All Days Hostel

Toronto, Canada

At the arrival they said me that credit card system wasn't working but they didn't want to wait: just suggested me to go out to an ATM. Rooms are very small.


Very good location in the city center: you can reach it from the railway station but the path is uphill (so quite hard if you have baggages) and this is not explained in their internet site. They propose a lot of activities (from visiting the city to pub crawl etc...) : Mr Luigi of the staff is worthy of a special mention. Breakfast not included but available. Problems: the lockers in the dorms are a bit little and there is no lift and there are few places to recharge mobile phones.


Montreal, Canada

Good atmosphere, very nice staff. The building needs a general renovation. Some beds are short: so if you're taller than 180cm ask for a comfortable bed. The same if you have problems for mobility: some rooms and baths have no easy access. Time for breakfast is quite short (it ends at 10.15).

William Penn House

Washington DC, USA

Convenient for the Capitol (10 min walking). Bus 96 & 97 from Union Station stop just outside. No curfew. No laundry machine. Breakfast included. Nice people in the staff. Silent part of the city (very few shops around). No lift . There is a pc with free internet access (wifi is not free). You can't use the kitchen. No lockers. Credit cards accepetd.

West Side YMCA

New York, USA

Near Central Park and 3 minutes walking from subway (Columpus circle - 59 st., lines A C B D 1). There is no kitchen you can use or laundry machine. You can use their fitness center/swimming pool. Luggage storage for 1 $. There is no breakfast. No curfew.

Kawaguchi-ko Station Inn

Mount Fuji, Japan

Very near (100 m) to railway and bus station for Mount Fuji. Curfew at 11 p.m., anyway there's nothing to do in Kawaguchiko at that time. Rooms without bathroom (there are public ones but just few). There are free internet, washing and dryer machines (with coins).