Reviews: ramo843793

Location: Australia, Gender: Male, Age: 29

Landay Hostel

Santiago, Chile
100%

Piano, guitar, decent breakfast, clean rooms and Mark is a good bloke.


The Hostel-Inn Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina
74%

Only one of the staff could speak English well, she was also the most helpful. Kitchen was quite cramped. Very narrow stairway to the 3rd level. Water flow came to a standstill whilst having a shower on numerous occasions. The bathroom on the 3rd level was disgusting. We stayed there for 4 nights and a major leak from the basin was not fixed in this time. There were wet towels all over the floor. I would have thought calling out a plumber in Argentina wouldn't have cost that much for the Hostel.

Owner Comment (Hide)
Hi, Thanks a lot for your feedback, is important for us what people think for make things better Cat & Jo are part of our staff, 2 of them are from england During the week we had several drawbacks that have come to fix on Thursday 19 Sep as soom as plumber can Our Staff clean the 7-15 hs and 20-23 hs, is impossible control 24 hours and we try to do our best Hostel Inn BA is characterized as a mansion over 100 years old and well maintained, but we canĀ“t modified structures All the best HI

The Hostel Paulista

Sao Paulo, Brazil
91%

Rooms are a bit cramped but nice hostel. Would recommend heading out on a ride with the Urban Bike SP crew. Good blokes.


80%

No customer comment


Luiz Leblon Guest House

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
89%

Luiz is a top bloke. Excellent breakfast, close to the beach and buses to get you to the main attractions. Atmosphere is different to a hostel however, a lot more quiet...


Suites DF Hostel

Mexico City, Mexico
74%

Good choice of tours. Good breakfast. Close to Carl's Jr. Room doors need to be pulled hard to close and make a loud bang sound. Wifi Router broken on 4th floor. Room key needs to be re-activated at reception every 12-24 hours. Would have been good to know about this after walking up 4 flights of stairs and find your card doesn't work. Not the place to stay when there's riots/demonstrations/protests. Place gets locked down and makes it difficult to leave / re-enter the streets around the hostel.


Hostal El Triunfo

Cusco, Peru
91%

If this place had an elevator, it could passed it off as a Hotel. Awesome views and ensuite in the twin private room. Hot showers with good water pressure.


Ekeko Hostel

Lima, Peru
86%

David is a top bloke. Only criticism is the bathrooms need some hooks on the wall to hang towels etc and maybe a shelf to rest toiletries. Also, I cut my finger up a bit on the twin room door upstairs when opening it a few times as the lock was problematic. Might need to be looked into...


90%

wifi signal didn't work in the dorm room, but otherwise a nice hostel with spacious dorm rooms


90%

- air conditioner in room was ridiculous, woke up each time it turned on. It should stay on instead of turning on and off every few minutes - powerpoints not fully accessible for each person in dorm rooms - no wifi in rooms was a real inconvenience but otherwise a good hostel!

Owner Comment (Hide)
Omar: Glad that you liked us overall. The A/C is on a thermostat, which is very necessary. They are old, but quite powerful. If not for the thermostat, we'd have icicles on the bedframes in the middle of summer. I wish there were an easy fix to the limited number of power outlets. 20 years ago when the building was converted from apartments to a hostel, there were few needs other than alarm clocks. Now, everything needs power (laptops, phones, cameras, etc.). With the free Wi-Fi, I guess the silver lining is that you can come down to the Common Area, and chat with other hostellers while you chat with your friends on-line! ~Mark Schneider, General Manager HI-DC