You really can't ask for a better hostel. Stayed at Pariwana in Lima and this was even better. Awesome colonial building with good bar, kitchen, big comfy bunks and great staff. But we found the travel desk was terrible for advice and expensive for a backpacker, especially for Machu Picchu. Organising a train yourself or buying a car package elsewhere was a far better option.
- New Zealand
- Mixed Group, 18-24
- (34 reviews)
A nice cheap hostel with very comfortable beds. However it can get super cold. There is minimal security, dorms have lockers however. Good option if you're trying to save money.
Very cosy little place about 10 minutes walk from the plaza in a big old 3-storey house. Super friendly day staff, but the night staff were terrible and didn't want to help with anything. Noise travels through/around the place very easily so definitely crack out the ear plugs. Kitchen facilities a little rough but better than nothing at all.
One of the best and well organised hostels I've stayed in. Beds are super comfortable and staff very helpful. Can sometimes be a little noisy at night if you're in the upstairs dorms so bring earplugs. Very convenient location too.
Nice little place to stay close to Parque Lleras night life, great pitas and Indian food just outside. Could do with a few more showers and while the staff can speak fluent English and were really nice, one would randomly turn cold and act like asking for advice or assistance was dumb/inconvenient. Atmosphere is friendly and quiet but Casa Kiwi hostel is very close if you want to drink/meet more people before heading out to the parque.
- New Zealand
- Mixed Group, 18-24
- (34 reviews)
Really nice peaceful place, clean facilities and nice food in the restaurant. As mentioned wifi is in dire need of a fix. Don't plan on any heavy internetting. Hot water is very hot but manually turned on by staff. Town plaza is a 20 min walk or 6,000 COP jeep taxi. Nice big common area and kitchen. Good for a few days relaxation
Nice hostel, Kelvin the owner is super helpful and easy going. Wouldn't say it was a party hostel but definitely a great place to meet other people due to the size. Area seemed relatively safe despite hearing a bad story every now and then. About 20 min walk to Lleras Park nightlife or a cheap cab.
Really nice tranquil place on the edge of the park. However be warned it is not 20 minutes from Santa Marta it is more like 45. No real internet to speak of as it's via a cell network with hardly any coverage in the area so bring some analogue entertainment. Dorms are nice, pool is nice. Restaurant food varies depending on what you order. Overall just a good place to relax for a short stay closer to Tayrona Park.
Really nice little hostel, more like a house. The owner is super cool and will happily help you out. Can also speak English but most front desk staff are still learning. Be warned the 10 bed dorm is windowless with a few fans but no AC so can get super hot, and there are no door locks or lockers. Has a small common area but no guest kitchen, I would recommend Red Moon (Mexican) at Media Luna Hostel for cheap eats.
'Hostel by design' Fulano is easily THE hostel of hostels in Colombia. Modern, clean facilities, nice bar, pool table, large kitchen, and great Italian owners who are always around and more than happy to help.
Not a hostel just a cheap motel. Beware the 'amenity fee' which will result in a slightly higher price than advertised here. But it's still great value, beds are comfy, it's not a far taxi to the strip. You can also walk it in about 15 minutes over the freeway (sidewalk on one side of bridge only). Free breakfast and late checkouts a bonus. Would stay again
Nice hostel in a good location, though like most of that part of SF it can be a bit sketchy.
Nice character hostel, as others said more like a home. Hawthorne is a nice place to stay. Only 1 power outlet in my dorm would be very nice to have some near the beds.
Honestly one of the best hostels I've ever stayed in, they've thought of everything. Facilities clearly marked and clean, activities, and art in the dorms makes a nice touch.
Nice clean and secure hostel. Rooms can get quite hot as there is no AC just a ceiling fan
May seem like a capsule hotel but doesn't feel like one - would much rather these than dorm bunks. Location is very handy and staff are good with English. Lockers are too small to fit bags and security is zero so best bring a cable lock. Quite easy to meet other travellers here, and so yes you'll get some noise.
I came back to this hostel because it is very friendly and cosy and handy to Ueno and Asakusa. Very friendly and calm atmosphere
Nice clean hostel with friendly staff and SUPER comfy bedding. Only downsides the rooms get very hot in summer (no air con); wi-fi is only in lobby and didn't have enough connections for everyone.
Very quiet when I stayed, but generally pretty pleasant. Neighbourhood is nice and about 20 min taxi to The Bund. Room had aircon which was a blessing. Bar with cooked food and espresso coffee was a nice option to have. Room lockers were a little flimsy, and the cleaning of toilets / showers seems to just be throwing a bucket of water at them - though I hear this is the norm for much of China.
Large common area, location is fantastic. Little more expensive than most (and everything costs extra) but that could be Sydney. Most computers I tried wouldn't run Facebook / Gmail properly.
Loved staying here, feels very communal and staff member at the time (Hikari) was super helpful especially when it came to ski field and snow monkey transport. Was freezing in Nagano but dorms are very warm and beds are comfortable. A block over from Nagano's main street, about 20 min walk from the station and 3 min walk to a 7-11. Perfect.
Didn't get to see much of the hostel, arrived late and only stayed 1 night. Seemed very good, quite a large hostel so not as easy to meet other travelers.
Nice Hostel, not too far to walk from the station and to the Memorial Park. Staff were extremely nice and helpful too.
Originally booked for 2 nights but had to shorten to 1a day out, I got to Osaka to be informed my space had been taken. The owner was very kind though and did not charge me cancellation, and put me up in a nearby capsule hotel instead. Thanks. Only gripe is it was very hard to find from the street.
Great little hostel, agree it feels more like a home. Very great place to meet other travelers and make new friends. Quite a few Japanese stayed here as well which was a nice change. Only complaint is some of the windows bang repeatedly when it's windy, makes it hard to sleep.
Fantastic amenities, the 4 bed dorms have their own ensuite modern toilet and shower which is great. Very nice communal area as well, not too large, good to talk to other travelers. Staff I met (Eiyo, Miki, Sayo and Nabe) were all amazing, very helpful and friendly. Possibly my favourite out of 6 hostels I stayed at in Japan, 3 of which were in Asakusa.
Quite cramped and very noisy between both dorms and the street. Can hear the doorbell all over. Area is good but there are plenty of other hostels nearby with better amenities for the same price.
no automatic after hours access but staff friendly, tidy rooms and facilities, and not much street noise. directions were a bit hard to find, take the 6 or 12 train to Pasteur station and it's right outside
a great spot if you don't want to to be amongst the bustle of London City, but at times an inconvenience as it is not only a good 15-20 min on the underground from the city but several blocks from the nearest station and there is virtually no one around the area at night. very nice and simple facilities however, continental breakfast is adequate
nice and straightforward hostel, right on a busy intersection it's constantly noisy, the windows are double glazed but if you are a light sleeper you will still need earplugs. The bedding was clean and good but the mattresses were extremely poky and probably need replacing.
the biggest let down: having 12+ people in the same room. It's impossible to get an uninterrupted night's sleep with so many coming and going, tossing and turning. whenever the guy below me rolled over it shook the whole bunk. the best part is the kitchen/common area
The biggest let down for me was the mattresses, they are extremely solid and uncomfortable. But on the plus side... like most said: it's more like a house. The facilities are really great. Pet cat is cool, not so sure about the mice.
Good clean hostel with friendly staff and services and only 2 blocks from the subway. Rates are good value
our room was miniscule, the closet door handle just dropped off as did the shower handles on our floor and the one below, making them unusable. the sheets were stained and the matresses worn out. would not stay again for the price