Nice, clean hostel hidden behind blue gate and located down side street from town hall. Staff were cool and helpful with local stuff/ sights to see and do - one taught me guitar chords while we were there. Also, quiet whist we were there because out of season so we had a room and communal areas to ourselves, but no doubt a thriving place in Summer time. Cool rooms with different flags on each door and signing corridor up to main reception which you can leave message/ signature on - love that
Got greeted with a shot of Estonian liquor and this place definitely knows how to drink/ encourage outings from travellers. As they advertise, not for those who want quiet, sleepy nights. Cool beer pong and communal space - they do many different activities like the bar crawl which we accidentally ended up out with. Showers and bedrooms decent - standard hostel bunkbeds. Within walking distance to Tallinn old town and the main attractions - definitely recommend 3 dragons under the Town hall
Greeted with a Latvian liquor shot - Anita is awesome, and the other staff we met here. The common room and kitchen space is cool - and the rooms have bunks which are nice and spacious. Located close to the centre and old town. Fun hostel, can do various activities - really good recommendations for the town too. Ala was one - a traditional restaurant nearby which had amazing local food (Lido is another Baltic buffet restaurant worth visiting)
Andrea and Andrea are fantastic hosts - it felt more like staying at a friends place than a B&B! The traditional setting is delightful with a beautiful outside yard (complete with pool) for dining etc. We met other guests at breakfast and enjoyed the company of everyone there, including our hosts who run round making sure everyone is looked after and has enough to eat etc. The signs to find the place were small and it is slightly hidden down a side-alley, but when you find it,well worth the stay
- Avid Traveller
- Mixed Group, 25-30
- (14 reviews)
The hostel was clean and well kept with a nice downstairs social space. The staff on reception are generally pleasant and friendly. Expensive for a hostel but no doubt that's to do with it being Norway pricing too. Very close to Karl Johans Gate and the centre. Walk in showers and the hostel provides breakfast and a towel/ clean sheets as part of the price which does make it better value. And the breakfast was decent too - with quite a few options. Glad I stayed for sure.
Tucked away behind Union Square - very cosy and clean premises with a nice common area (which hosts tea parties for cool, young locals) and small but spacious front courtyard. Every member of staff is so friendly and helpful and the bunk beds are comfortable. Loved the shoes off at the door policy! And the no-smoking inside (unlike a lot of other establishments in Bucharest). About 20 minutes from Old Town but worth it - cute, cool little hostel! Thanks Doors and all your peeps, we loved it...
Did it's job, for me ot was like a basic 2 star hotel; only these rooms are in an apartment complex. Lady was nice on reception. Ok Swimming pool out back - close to San Antonio centre - particularly Cafe Del Mar etc. Probably a decent price for Ibiza, but it was out of season and they were closing for Winter the day after I left.
Literally one of the best hostels I have ever stayed in. The staff are very welcoming, lovely and helpful, you can't go wrong when there is a signing wall everyone can draw/ write on in reception! The rooms are very clean and tidy, plus towel, locker and fresh daily bed sheets provided. Theres an awesome terrace balcony/ social space upstairs (
Overall good hostel with friendly staff and located only few minutes from plaza mayor etc. The common area is inside (no garden or outside space) but is good sized room for social space. Whoever the guy is who cooks the €2 paella - legend. Flamenco dance classes happen which is cool to watch/ join in. Rooms are clean and spacious - easy to meet many people from many places (as hostels are about). Decent showers and there's a handy Lidl nearby with 0.60cent litre beers (they taste alright too!)
Firstly, massive shout out to Enver on reception - this dude is one of the nicest guys have met travelling, and he is a great ambassador for this hostel! The breakfast is free and nice, big rooms with bunk beds galore but I was lucky enough to have awesome people staying in my room too, whom I intend to remain in close contact with. Located within walking distance of the Blue Mosque and Palace (main historical centre of istanbul) - enjoyed staying here for sure.
From the moment I stepped foot into the cute, cosy cafe that sits in front of the actual hostel building, I knew I was going to like this place - Vicky is simply one of the nicest people I have ever met (she is perfect for hostel running!). She greeted with open arms and a welcoming smile, not only taking the time to introduce me to the place/ settle me in but also to Thessaloniki itself - giving me two very handy guides. Athena and Sophia are awesome too. Beds are comfy and place is very clean
One of the best hostels to stay in in Athens, for sure - well positioned to access the main attractions like the Acropolis. Staff that talked to were nice and willing to help guide around and about town. One of best features is without doubt the top floor rooftop bar overlooking the acropolis etc. (especially at night). Small and cosy inside part and more open outside area means the bar is suitable for all weather.
There are very few places and times you'll return from a holiday with the hostel owner as a good friend. Roy, the owner is one of the nicest and best guys you could wish to meet on a holiday - never mind owning the accommodation in which you stay! This cosy and comfortable hostel is beautiful, with a hammock and outdoor bed in the backyard and a roof terrace with a canopy. Roy has even genius-ly made use of the orange tree that grows out back (hence the hostel name) and made this place the best
- Avid Traveller
- Male, 18-24
- (14 reviews)
Equity Point was perfect for our trip to Lisbon. The hostel is located up a hilly side alley, not far from Bairro Alto and the main squares of the city. The staff (and we found Portuguese people in general too) were extremely sociable, friendly and helpful - giving us recommendations and tips. The small garden terrace and front balcony area were really nice for chilling, having a beer and mixing with the other hostel stayers/ travellers. Loved it here, would definitely stay again!
- Avid Traveller
- All Male Group, 18-24
- (14 reviews)