One of the best hostels I stayed at. Very clean, very safe, very well located. Bonus point : unlike the vast majority of hostels, power sockets are available next to the head lamp, so you can recharge your smartphone safely while you sleep.
A really great hostel. Very clean, secure, great kitchen, and located in the lively area of Friedrichshain. I'd stay there again.
It's a very big hostel, for the younger crowd. I didn't like the location (Altona and Ottensen in the western part of Hamburg are much nicer), and, in such a big place, security is so-so since anyone can just walk in unnoticed. Otherwise, it's very clean and affordable.
A very nice hostel. Clean, secure, well located, and a big, well-equiped kitchen. I stayed in the bigger dorm, but it's quiet and had no problem sleeping. I'd stay there again.
One of the best hostels I stayed at. The only two minor issues: - no free luggage storage: Either 0,20E/hour or 2E/24 hours - basically no vegan options for breakfast -> www.ohsheglows.com/2012/01/03/top-15-vegan-breakfast-recipes-of-2011/
Clean, safe party hostel on the south bank, close to London Bridge and the famous Borough Market. The rooms don't have AC so can be a bit hot in the summer. Great staff.
Clean, safe, and well located in downtown Newcastle. It's a big hostel that used to a bank. It has a big common room, kitchen, and chairs outside to chill down.
The Westend Hostel is actually mainly a hotel, with two big rooms turned into dormitories, so it doesn't feel like a hostel. A pub/restaurant is available on the ground floor, and the hotel offers washing machines (load £2) and free Internet (wifi + PC).
It's actually a house with a bunch of rooms, a big, well-equiped kitchen, a common room with big screen TV, and a washing machine, so it definitely feels more like staying at someone's house than a hostel. I had a great stay. If you rely on public transportation, it's far enough from downtown Inverness that you should take the bus.
Located in the tiny town of Broadford, which I chose because it's not too far to the train station in Kyle. It's clean, safe and offers a good atmosphere with a common room and kitchen.
Located close to the train station and Glasgow's main shopping district. The hostel is more like a big, non-descript hotel although a pub is available on the ground floor. Don't forget to cross the M8 motorway and discover the West End (around Byres Road), with great buildings and relaxed atmosphere.
Great, quiet, clean, and safe hostel. Well located as it's close to the Earl's Court tube station, with lots of stores available within walking distance. Staff was friendly and super efficient.
Very secure (not that Toulouse is a dangerous city, overall), and located a few minutes walk from the Capitole which is the heart of the city. Clean, confotable beds, clean bathrooms, lockers in the room.
The hostel is located next to Munich's main train station, where a lot of ho(s)tels are located. Good wifi + cheap drinks are available in the socializing area on the ground floor. The management makes sure there's no noise in the upper floors, so you'll get some sleep. The rooms require a pass to get in, are clean and modern, and come with lockers (bring your own lock).
One of the best hostels I stayed at. The place is very nice in the winter, and must be even better in the summer. About 300m from Charles Bridge. The rooms are actually appartments. Very clean, and secure (not that Prague appears to be a dangerous city, just saying). Breakfast not included, but appartments have a kitchen, and there are several cafés/restaurants in the area.
Not much to stay: It's an average hotel, located in the center of Bologna so it's a quick walk to cafés, restaurants, and stores. Nearby supermarkets: InCoop (Via Oberdan, 24 and Via Nazario Sauro, 4), and ConadCity (Oberdan, 37). Trattoria Trebbi (Via Solferino, 40) is a good place to eat tagliatelle al ragù (there's no such thing as "spaghetti bolognese), and Sorbetteria Castiglione (Via Castiglione, 44) is THE place to go for ice-cream.
I chose to stay there because 1) it's the only hostel in Avignon and 2) I rod a bicycle so didn't mind that it's a bit outside the city. If you're on foot, you'll have to take a bus from the train station and then walk across the bridge. As others said, instead of a top-sheet, you are provided with a blanket, and I'm not sure it's cleaned after every person... Likewise, the 5€ breakfast is a rip-off. But the other hostel in Avignon is even further away and isn't rated better anyway, so...
A very nice hostel on the right bank of the Meuse river, in the Outre-meuse area. The hostel is big, very clean and secure, and the staff is excellent. Rooms have lockers so you can store your stuff safely. The hostel is located in a semi-sleepy part of the city, so go to the left bank where the action is, around the St-Paul Cathedral. As this hostel is part of the Hostelling International network, you'll need to bring your membership card or purchase one when arriving at the hostel.
A very nice hostel right outside the old part of Maastricht. The hostel is big, very clean and secure, and the staff is excellent. I don't know about other rooms, but mine had no locker in the room. As this hostel is part of the Hostelling International network, you'll need to bring your membership card or purchase one when arriving at the hostel.
A very nice hostel in the northern part of Brussels, but still in the central part of it. The hostel is big, very clean and secure, and the staff is excellent. Rooms have lockers so you can store your stuff safely. As this hostel is part of the Hostelling International network, you'll need to bring your membership card or purchase one when arriving at the hostel.
If you are looking for a big, family-type hostel, this is the place. It's quiet but clean and safe. It offers free breakfast. Rooms have lockers (bring your own, or buy one at the reception). It's located in a nice area (Jordaan, west of the train station), although a bit remote, so do like the Dutch, and ride a bicycle.
If you are looking for a big, family-type hostel, this is the place. It's quiet but clean and safe. It offers free breakfast, and even has a locked room for bicycles. 10-mn walk to the center of the city.
Well located, big, clean, and secure hostel. Not a youth/party hostel. 3£/night extra if you don't have the IYHA card. Internet is £1/20mn.
One of the best hostels I stayed at. Great location, great place, great staff, and very clean. Not a party hotel, but if you're looking for a quiet place to have a good night's sleep, this is the place for you. Recommended.
I agree with a review that I read before going and that is now several pages down the list: This place is OK, but I certainly wouldn't rate it at 94% like it now is. The reason is that pretty much all hostels are located in this area, which is nice and close to what to see in Istanbul, and it seems like pretty much all of them have a terrasse on the root, so Bahaus Hostel is no different. Besides, I found the rooms and the bathrooms OK, but they could use some work. And since the place doesn't have air-c
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Very clean, very safe, good location, great staff. Highly recommended.
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