This hostel is in a perfect location, in walking distance to everything you need (including the old town and the central station, a tube station is 2 mins from the hostel, a few shops are nearby, plus some bars and restaurant). No problem with the late check-in. Kitchen is available. In general - very good value for money, it's probably going to be my first choice during my next visit.
- All Female Group, 25-30
- (38 reviews)
This hostel is situated close to the final stop of the tube, which makes it a good place to stay. Nice outdoor bit, a few shops nearby, worth staying in.
It is probably the best budget choice while visiting San Marino, but be aware that the hostel is not in the city and either a bus ride (on a very irregular schedule) or a walk uphill, partially along a rather busy road, is required to get to the city.
We stayed in the private room which was a part of a small "flat" (2 bathrooms shared with 3 other rooms). Everything was locked, so the place felt secured. It's a short walk from the train/bus stations. The only problem could be a rather noisy street outside, but in the general our stay was very pleasant.
Finding the entrance to the hostel was a bit confusing (or maybe we were just tired), but yes - during the day you *are* supposed to go through the bar first. Staff was nice and helpful, kitchen is well equipped and bathrooms were clean. The only problem was that there were no lockers in the room (just outside, in the reception area) and that the ratio of toilets to the showers was surprisingly low and queues were forming. There is a bar just next to the hostel, but noise wasn't a problem.
This is probably one of the nicest hostels I've ever stayed. It's close to the train station, a bit further from the bus station and the city centre, but it's worth a walk. They have everything we needed - spacious common room, kitchen, roof terrace and a lovely cat. All furniture and equipment has been recycled/obtained in the second-hand stores and all gives just a very special and interesting look to the whole place. If I were to visit Tartu again I'd definitely stay in that hostel again.
This hostel is very close to the bus station and the city centre, so it's a good place to stay while exploring Riga after you're given a welcoming shot of some strange Latvian liquor at the arrival. Kitchen is a bit small, but it's equipped well enough. Dorms have lockers inside and everything is clean.
Hostel is quite close to the train and bus stations, with a short walk from the Old Town. I like the style of the hostel, the only problem was that there were no lockers in the rooms and the doors to the rooms were not locked as well.
A pleasant hostel with very helpful staff. Nice extra events (the wine&cheese tasting or the free common dinner). The room was a bit damp though and the lockers were small and located in an inconvenient place. Rest of the facilities was more than ok - the kitchen, storage, common space.
My room was very humid and there was definitely not enough air. The bar in the hostel closed very early (before 10 p.m.) and the common space was rather unwelcoming. Location is OK & there is a nice gallery downstairs. Nice and helpful staff.
Rather big place, looks more like a hotel not a hostel when one can meet people, still a good place for its value. Easy to get to from the train station, helpful staff.
Virtually the only place in Luxembourg I could stay - the hostel is clean and OK to stay, but there is no nice common space and no place to meet other travelers. Be careful as the internet maps and directions are a bit misleading and the place is hard to find for the first time when it's dark.
I've enjoyed my stay - the hostel is in the part of Prague I've not visited before and it's something worth to see, the atmosphere in the hostel is good - a downstairs common place/bar to meet people, fully equipped kitchen, helpful staff.
My luggage was damaged in the storage room - as I was told by the staff they are not responsible for it because it's not a secure locker. Staff was very busy with everything but serving and helping people. The hostel was very loud and it was impossible to sleep (some party going on - everything could be heard in the rooms). Not a good deal - the bar has no atmosphere and it's better to actually enjoy Prague's bars and sleep in a quiet(er) place.
Nice rooms and clean bathrooms, easy to find, good facilities.
The room was extremely hot and people keep closing the windows so we didn't get enough sleep. The reception girl during our first check-in was rude and spoke very poor English - may be a problem if you don't speak Czech. Good location - close to the Charles' Bridge, big common room and a smoking terrace.
This B&B is located a bit farther from the city center in a quiet neighbourhood, in a walking distance from one of the metro stations. The owners are very nice - we got our keys although we arrived few hours earlier than expected - we also got extra time to check out after we overslept. Definitely we're going to consider this place during our next stay in Prague.
- Mixed Group, 25-30
- (38 reviews)
The super-fridge has frozen our food (no, it wasn't a freezer!) but apart from that everything was fine. Helpful staff wigth interesting tips about what to do, nice "ruin bar" in the hostel, great atmosphere, lot's of shops nearby.
Good place to stay, quiet, kitchen is very small, but enough for the size of the hostel.
Very nice hostel in a good location with an easy access from the airport/train stations. Very helpful staff - always ready to give some extra information about the city. Outdoor garden/terrace and a bar - good place to chill out after the all day walk. On my next visit I sure will consider staying there again.
Located in the center, close to the tube & train stations. Helpful staff, open 24hrs - no problems with the late check-ins. Common room to socialize - and people were actually doing that as various evening attractions provided - some food tastings, trips to Alfama. On the downside - it's a bit loud and the rooms were a bit hot. Overall - the place to consider for a nice entertaining trip to Lisbon. Oh yes, and the scrambled eggs, freshly made by the lady in he kitchen - fantastic.
In the center of the city, but a slightly hard to find - as there're so many things and places on that street. Good place for a few days stay in the city, although the room was a bit hot. Good breakfast, very helpful staff, no problems with early arrivals or luggage storage.
The hostel looked a bi empty as there very few people staying there. The directions provided on the site are wrong (the change of names of the bus-stops or the bus route - I don't know, which is a bit confusing for the non-local people.
- (38 reviews)
Located in the center of the city in a very climatic building, friendly and helpful staff, nice breakfast included in the price - in general good place to stay with a good value for money.
Hostel still under renovation, but in general it was clean and comfortable. Unfortunately, the girl at the reception was rude and getting any help from her was impossible. Maybe the other members of the staff were more friendly, I don't know.
It was a bit away from the center, but still one of the closest to the actual city that I've found - reception open 24hrs a day and there was no problem with checking in at midnight! Thanks to the staff for all the tips and help they provided - it was very helpful. Definitely a good place to stay.
My second stay in Cinnamon - I consider it to be a good place to stay (good location), especially in one of the newly renovated rooms.
Just over the tube station - a good base for the city exploration. Nice and helpful staff that provided all necessary information and extra tips about the city - I'd definitely consider staying there during my next stay in Brussels.
Very nice hostel with a great atmosphere (mainly due to the bar filled with locals and guests). Helpful staff, good location. One minor disadvantage - getting to the showers requires going out. Still, probably it's the hostel I'd chose if I went to Bruges again.
Clean, freshly renovated, no secure lockers in the room(s?) (I stayed in Lavender room). Helpful staff.
Very close to the central train/bus station. Good value for money, quite clean in general (esp. the bathrooms), although in the dorms the air was a bit stale. Staff is very helpful!
I really enjoyed my time at ELF - the staff and all people there were extremely friendly and helpful. Common room during breakfast was a bit crowded, but that's probably the only thing that could be improved there. Dorms are quite spacious and clean, and so are the bathrooms. It's definitely a good price-to-quality ratio. Looking forward to the next time in Prague - maybe it'll be warm enough to have a bbq party at the terrace.
Very helpful and nice staff (no problems with late arrival and early leaving). No locks in the dorms. I was surprised that smoking is allowed in the lobby/bar/common-room but I guess it's how the law is in Israel. WiFi both in the rooms and the lobby (but the signal upstairs was of course weaker). In general I'd recommend this place and probably will stay there on my next trip to Tel Aviv.
Hostel was quite clean, but the rooms in the basement were a bit stale and it's really hard to open those windows.
Hostel is very clean (as somebody said - almost too clean), but there's definitely not enough air the rooms (especially if your roommates chose to close all the windows and suffocate instead of hearing the noises outside). Close to S/U-Bahn stations, East Side Gallery and club area, around 15 min by S-bahn from the East Berlin city centre.
Hostel is situated a bit far from the city centre, but there is quite good tramway connection, so I guess it's not a big problem. Rooms are a bit crowded, the bathroom was small and not very clean. Breakfast is included, which is good. Had some problems with the bed assignment, but the helpful staff solved all problems.