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Pickled Tea Hostel

Yangon, Myanmar

This place is a little pricey, especially if you are two people, but they really go the extra mile. The showers are really nice, and the dorm room has a private plug and reading light for each bed. Lockers are big enough to fit a full pack.  Other than Shwedagon, there isn't much that is walkable, and it's 3000 to or from town, and 7000 to/from the airport or bus station.  The staff is really helpful here, they were really accommodating we we missed our flights and might have had to change

Hostel La Candelaria

Valladolid, Mexico

This is easily the place to stay in Valladolid. It was a short walk from the bus station. Once we arrived, we were shown to our nice room and given a tour of the hostel and tons of things to do around town. They have an awesome huge outdoor patio, and the included breakfast was filling and tasty. After visiting Tulum for a few days, this place was a nice change of pace, and a real bargain.


This is a really nice, upscale hostel. We booked a private room and enjoyed the everything. They have a nice outdoor area with a pool. The location is walkable for downtown Tulum, and a short bike or cab ride from the beach and ruins. Best of all, Mark is a fantastic host. He gave us some good recommendations for Tulum, and was just an around pleasant guy. This place isn't the cheapest, but you get what you pay for and I definitely recommend it.

House Hostel Zadar

Zadar, Croatia

Goga and her husband run a great hostel. It's right between old town and the bus station, so it's a great location. They were really helpful before arrival and respond to email almost instantly. The hostel is small, but clean. The reception isn't open all day, but it wasn't a problem for us. The only downside is there aren't enough plugs for charging devices for all the guests. Despite the kitchen being the only common area, it was easy to meet other guests.

  • 22nd Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)

Grand hostel LerO

Split, Croatia

Everything was okay. The hostel doesn't have a sign or reception. Once we checked in, we were walked to another property a few hundred meters away. The room was nice, but we were alone in the house, so we didn't get the real hostel atmosphere. After check in, we didn't see any staff at all. It was a decent value, but definitely not the normal hostel experience.

  • 21st Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (9 reviews)

Hostel Villa Skansi

Hvar, Croatia

Good clean hostel for the young looking for a social party scene. The staff here at this hostel are amazing. They are super friendly and helpful and keep the whole hostel clean and running smoothly despite being constantly busy. The hostel runs a free pub crawl each night that gets the whole group mingling and down to a couple of bars in the old town area. Most of the guests here are 18-26. As far as hostels go, they have all the amenities, including a large shared kitchen and fast wifi.

Ace Hotel (Kensington)

London, England

This hostel is fine. Good location if you're heading to heathrow. On a quite street and has two tube line connection. Included breakfast is really good. Two downsides: They charge extra for almost everything: towels, internet, hot tub use, pool table, foosball, ect. The prices at the bar are high, and no one really seems to hangout here so you're much better off heading to a pub. Still, it's a nice clean place, good if you actually need to get some rest instead of partying all night.

The WalkOn Inn Nazca

Nazca, Peru

It was just an okay hostel overall. I don't recommend booking Nazca Lines through this hostel, as our trip wasn't well organized. It was a fine place to stay with a pool and very nice staff.

Inka Lodge

Lima, Peru

It's a quiet, clean, hostel with a great staff. The free breakfast is pretty good, and it has a great location in Miraflores. It's not a good place to meet other travelers, but you'll get a good night's sleep here and be able to enjoy Lima.