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Hostel Rosemary

Prague, Czech Republic

Well-located, very secure, clean, spacey. Linen and towels incuded, good kitchen. There's a common room but I didn't see it used much. The only real downside is one toilet for 14 beds. In essence it's several separate flats where the bedroooms were turned into dorms. Internet a is bit shaky in the rooms but still works. A very good quiet hostel - for sleeping not partying.


Central, not hard to find but rather quiet. large free lockers + safekeeping of valuables at reception. Enough bathrooms per 7 bedrooms during my stay. Decently clean, good kitchen. Supermarkets and eateries around, shopping area 10 minutes away. 15-20 minutes to old town, loads of public transport connections close by. Stuff is friendly but a bit clueless. No atmosphere at all, no activities. Downsides - they give you a blanket but no sheet with it - it's unsanitary. Towels for hire.

Come to Vilnius Hostel

Vilnius, Lithuania

Very quiet, NOT a party hostel. Very cheap. 5 min from the station, 10 min from Old Town. Food store and Market nearby. Very simple but thoughtful interior design - a decently equipped small kitchen, 4 showers/toilets for 17 beds, a private light + socket per bed, hangers, stools and shelves in rooms. Linen, towels, locks for the locker included. Slippers (provided) mandatory in snowy weather (smart!). Homemade pancakes& jam, tea, coffee, milk for breakfast included (nice!) Reception till 4 pm

Hostel ROOM Rotterdam

Rotterdam, Netherlands

20 minutes from train station at a fast pace. Spacy rooms but not enough lockers. The sockets by my bed were broken - it was fixed (stop-gap) after I complained. There's a kitchen but not common room - Instead there's a bar, cheap for a real bar, not so much for a hostel bar (especially the non-alcoholic drinks). The staff try to be helpful but don't know everything as not all of them are locals. A very melancholy dog.

Hostel The Hague - Den Haag

The Hague, Netherlands

It's new, well-located and the staff are very nice. The dorm rooms are cramped but the beds comfy. Probably not enough bathrooms for high season - was fine in early June. Very few lockers and uncomfortably located sockets. No towels.There's a kitchen but no common room. Instead theer's a bar/reception downstairs. Decent breakfast.

Come to Vilnius Hostel

Vilnius, Lithuania

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Dusseldorf, Germany

An okay place - walking distance from the railway (10-20 minutes depending on your speed) which is 15 minutes from the airport. Pretty close to the old town and the shopping quarter. There's a kitchen but it is locked from 10pm till 8 am. And you can only leave your luggage till 10pm, which is when reception closes. 2 showers only on the main floor, probably not enough in high season. The amount of fun and quality of sleep you'll get depend entirely on who happens to be staying there.

Euphemia Old City Canal Zone

Amsterdam, Netherlands

It's a good choice for a night, maybe 2, off-season. There's only 1 shower and 2 toilets per floor, which can be a problem when the place is full. It's very quiet and pretty clean. There's a microwave, a coffee machine and they make you hot water and store your food in a fridge upon request. The staff are nice and provide info if asked. there's a tram stop right next to the entrance which connects you to the railway station directly - it's too far to walk when you've luggage on your hands.

Flying Pig Uptown

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Very clean, good free breakfast, some rooms are better than others. Very close to museums, walking distance to the center but a tram ride away from train station. The kitchen is unavailable from 10 pm till 1 pm which sucks. A supermarket 5 minutes away. The smoking public is all in the special room, so unless somebody gets really high and makes a racket in the room, you can be free from it. Good for a long stay, not ideal if you need to dash in and out of town very quickly.

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Hi, Thanks for your feedback, we're glad that you enjoyed your stay. It is unfortunate that we must restrict our kitchen opening times to between 1pm and 10:30pm but it is crucial for our morning breakfast service and to ensure a thorough clean after the kitchen is closed. We hope you come and stay with us again! Cheers - The Flying Pig Uptown

MEININGER Brussels City Center

Brussels, Belgium

Very clean and comfortable: ensuite shower+toilet+sink; wifi works everywhere, card access+lockers, kitchen+breakfast option+bar, towels+linen included. But it's part of a chain, part hotel-part hostel ergo pretty impersonal. The hostel doesn't organize any activities. It's not impossible to find somebody to chat and/or go out with but not as easy and natural as in a smaller 'enthusiast-owned" hostel.

Ecohostel Andromeda

Gent, Belgium

It's a bit out of the way but it's not really a downside - being on a quiet canal makes you feel like you're in the countryside. Really peaceful. The staff which includes a cat and a dog living on board is friendly but not overwhelming. No actual kitchen but there's a microwave and a teapot and a light breakfast is included. very good shower/bed ratio. All in all one of the best hostels I've stayed in.

Lybeer Travellers' Hostel

Bruges, Belgium

The place is undergoing repairs now and therefor sucks but it feels like even when they're over it won't be ideal. Too few showers/toilets, no lockers at all, the front door lock was brocken, the beroom doors could be locked but never were. The kitchen is tiny, dirty and in bad condition. The music in the common room SUCKS. At least the wi-fi is good and it was cheap

Owner Comment (Hide)
Well, we at least hope you will never come back here :), 4 showers and 7 toilets for 40 persons? Yes it seems like not enough???? The front door is open, do you want a curfew?? We could give you one no problem. If you lock the room of your bedroom, you can, if someone leaves it unlocked, sorry that is not the fault of the hostel!!!! But anyway, i guess you don't understand that :). Kitchen is truly tiny, dirty and old and i still love it as it reminds me of the old state :) (will be renovated)

Stayokay Maastricht

Maastricht, Netherlands

Clean and impersonal. No lockers, no soap, NO KITCHEN. NO TEA/COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES. A Prohibition on bringing drinks/food with you. Breakfast included and pretty good, but I hated paying 1,5 euro for a cup of bad tea which you can't take into your room and have to drink in the bar with bad music. No activities organized by the hostel. Bad for meeting people. Not exactly cheap either.


It's part of a big chain and therefore a bit impresonal, you have to organize your partying yourself. Not good for meeting people. But otherwise it's very nice - clean, affordable, safe. Don't forget a decent sized lock for the locker (or buy one in a All-for-1 Euro kind of store ont he next street). A lot of bars in the area, pretty close to the few attractions that Central Koln has to offer. Recommended.

Owner Comment (Hide)
Thanks for recommending us!! Although we are a chain of hotels all over europe(Berlin, Amsterdam; Hamburg, Salzburg, London and more!) we pride ourselves on our staff and service almost more than anything else. We some of the best local talent. We are sorry that you didnt get to experiance what we have to offer. We hope that you give us another chance to charm you :)

360 Hostel Centro

Madrid, Spain

It's very clean, central and warm in winter. The staff make sure there's something do do every night. The partying can get pretty loud but ends around midnight. The rooms and facilities could use minor improvement - hooks, shelves - there's nowhere to put your stuff other than your locker or bed; private lights - when somebody comes back in the middle of the night or leaves while it's still dark they do it blindly, making an unholy racket. But that's just me grumbling. It's a good place to stay)


we had a nice, cozy, VERY CLEAN and reasonably priced flat for Vienna. It could definitely do with a hairdrier and a teakettle, a full-length mirror would be useful too. It's pretty close to the main shopping street (7-10 mins on foot) but not very close to all the museums & sights (closer to half an hour). It's probably no problem in the warmer periods but in winter the weather can be pretty nasty and public transport is VERY expensive in Vienna.

Pal's Hostel

Budapest, Hungary

The appartment I rented for 3 people turned out to be huge - could easily sleep 8 people, was equipped with: a hairdrier, a stove/oven, a fridge, electric teakettle, washing machine, free wi-fi and a computer, TV, DVD-player not to mention an antique cupboard. It has the most ideal location - the basilica serves as a wonderful lnadmark. It was warm despite the huge windows and tall ceilings. The taxi service is reasonably priced and makes sense if you've a lot of luggage & 3+ people.