Reviews: Anonymous

Location: Spain, Gender: Male, Age: 31

Ecomama

Amsterdam, Netherlands
97%

No customer comment


Goya Apartment

Valencia, Spain
86%

El sitio está muy bien. Nosotros nos moviamos en coche y la verdad que si tuvieramos que ir otra vez, repetiriamos estancia. Lo único que es un poco rollo es que tienes que al ser casa a parte tienes que quedar para recoger las llaves si es fuera del horario de oficina y tiene recargo. Aun así compensa.


Casa 579

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
66%

The breakfast is great and the staff its even better. I think we had some kind of bad luck about a couple things... expensive probably because of Rock In Rio... no internet at my building because a cable was brokken. Anyway my feeling is this place could be great if you are involved in the Julio Otoni proyect but if you are not isnt so good.

  • 20th Sep 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Spain
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)

Owner Comment (Hide)
We're glad you loved our breakfast/staff. The internet was out of our control as it was a street wide problem which we tried to get fixed asap. Our prices during Rock in Rio were more expensive but in line with other places in Rio. We are involved in a community project & all guests are welcome to attend the classes our front desk team give, when those classes are on. We do apologise if this wasn't possible during your stay and for the problems you had.

Iguassu Guest House

Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
83%

No customer comment

  • 17th Sep 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Spain
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (8 reviews)


Gallery Inn Hotel

Washington DC, USA
73%

Its ok, but is almost an hotel so it doesnt have the hostal spirit in their guests / staff.


USA Hostels San Diego

San Diego, USA
93%

A lot of activities scheduled but not realized, in the other hand not to many people these days in the hostel.


57%

I had no lock in the room. I ve met a guy who was robbed 400$

Owner Comment (Hide)
This is the first theft we have had in 2 years. A guest left cash in an envelope next to his locking locker. This took place on the second floor and almost certainly by another guest in that room. Access to the hostel is from a locked gate. When guests check in they are given a key fob and key. The fob unlocks the gate, the key unlocks the door to the dorm room. All except our budget rooms have lockers which lock if the guest provides his/her own lock. Additionally, we have a double locked area where guests can leave passports, cash, etc. Again, for security purposes the guest provides his/her own lock, we lock and unlike the outer door. This means that only the guest can access this locking area since we do not have a key to their lock, or know their combination.