This hostel definitely has a homey feel. The staff were really nice and offered a free beer during happy hour each day. The place was very clean and comfortable.
Great place right in the middle of Amsterdam, only a few minutes walking distance from Centraal station. Has a whole room set up for smoking, with cushions on the floor, plus a cool bar area.
This was a really lovely hostel, quite homely and comfortable. The staff are some of the nicest I've ever seen at a hostel and always happy to help. The free dinner is outstanding as well (best I've had at a hostel) and it's great if you are travelling solo as you sit down and eat with everyone. Location is great too, super easy to get to from airport, close to main bus and train station. I would only say it's maybe a bit quiet if you are looking for a real party hostel.
This hostel had everything I needed - close to metro, free wifi, lockers, breakfast was good. I was upgraded to a better room because some people wanted to be with friends, I thought the staff were nice. Not a party hostel, but it has a reasonable price for the facilities it offers. The area can be a bit dodgy late at night though, but that's Montmartre.
The staff were very nice and the location in Amsterdam is great. It has all of the facilities a backpacker needs and the option of a hot berakfast is very nice. If you are looking for just a nice place to stay with no party atmosphere then I would recommend it.
The hostel is big, so not great atmosphere, but the bar is very nice and looks out over the Maas river which is lovely. The breakfast was great. I would stay here again in Maastricht.
The location is great, walking tours pick you up from the lobby, the bar/ hangout area downstairs is relaxed and always has people in it. I even met some locals there who had come to the bar because they heard the happy hour was the best in town! One of the best hostels I've ever stayed in. The best part is the free dinner each night, you need to get there at least an hour early, maybe more, to get a place, but that means you talk to other travellers automatically. I think its a great idea.
Hostel is well located, the breakfast was one of the best I had in Brazil and the staff were really nice. Not much atmosphere though. It's near the bustop to the airport and falls which is handy. The wifi often didn't seem to work though and you had to pay to use the computers located in the common area.
Nice breakfast and comfy beds. Short walk into town, about 10 minutes.
Great hostel, was near a big street party during the world cup, so lots of fun. Bunks have curtains for privacy. Free caipirinha always good :)
Breakfast is nothing special but it is free!
Noting to complain about, room was fine and the breakfast was quite good in the morning. Short walk from the bus station.
The double rooms felt more like a hotel than a hostel, beds were very comfy. Good free breakfast each morning, sometimes they make pancakes. Location is pretty good near the metro.
- Avid Traveller
- Female, 25-30
- (17 reviews)
Decent hostel for the price. Hostel does a package on a few tours (plus organises others) so you can book easily with them for a decent price. They have a bonfire for people to sit around at night which was nice. Though they are quite nice the staff are not very organised and don't speak much english which can be a problem (they didn't tell me to prepare for the cold for the geysers tour, it was lucky my roommates warned me to dress warmly enough, it was minus 15 degrees when we went).
Surfer orientated hostel across the road from the beach. Short walk to a shopping market and Mercado Central.
Good location. Basic hostel, but cant argue for the price.
Pretty cool hostel, great spot in the student area of town so cheap eats and bars nearby. Bar crawl starts across the road and walking tour finishes nearby. Got a bit loud some nights with parties out the back and breakfast was quite average, but overall good place. Staff were lovely and wifi always worked.