Really disliked it here, disappointing way to finish a great trip. They cram you into a room, there is no atmosphere, and not nearly enough faciilities for the number of people there
A nice hostel in the university district with a lot of interesting people and a nice communal culture. The staff were excellent while I was there as well.
A really excellent hostel, I would recommend it to anyone in Barcelona for a few days. Chill space and then they organise nights out for you as well. Might not e enough bathrooms when it's full but was fine for us
Very clean hostel with great bathrooms but they really shove the beds in the rooms. Really good value
just a lot of fun
This B and B was completely empty when we were here, so it was like renting a house in the middle of venice for 40 euro a night for 2 people. Highly recommend it
We were only here for one night, but did not enjoy the lack of free wifi
pancakes for breakfast was good. However the manager was pretty in your face the whole time and made me feel really uncomfortable at times.
Nice place, very friendly. Not many people there when I stayed but had a very homey feel to it and I enjoyed it
Kind of expensive and very soulless. I wont be staying there again. Clean, safe and easy though if that's what you prefer in a hostel
Too big and boring for me. I prefer littler hostels where everyone is part of a fun group. Also, kids in hostels always strikes me as strange, as well as a large amount of over 40s. It's an easy safe alternative for a few days, but had no appeal to me
Lovely hostel during the week full of interesting people. Unfortunately on the weekend it was full of drunk 18 year old americans who had driven up from the states to get wasted. I don't know if this happens every weekend
I really loved this charming little hostel during the week where it had an amazing feel to it and everyone was really friendly. It's a beautiful little place in the centre of the vieux Montreal and close to everything you would want to go to. My only complaint would be that on the friday and saturday it got full of 18-20 year old USA people who came up just to get drunk and were pretty annoying at times.
The hostel was just awesome, and the staff were some of the friendliest I have ever seen at a hostel, especially the Irish guy Neil. My only advice is to sleep up ahead of arriving.
I don't see what the big deal about this place was. It was a cheap hostel so you shouldn't be expecting the nicest accommodation, but the rooms were clean, if cramped, and the bathrooms were clean as well. The location was pretty cool too, there were restaurants from almost every ethnicity imaginable within a 5 minute walk.
Great kitchen and very friendly staff, who had things organised for every night. The lights are turned off automatically at 11 pm and on automatically at 10 am which was a little strange and a bit too early for my tastes. Good location near all the historical stuff in Philadelphia, and near quite a few bars and cheap restaurants as well
I was a bit disappointed with the lack of common areas at the hostel. There was a bar down stairs but every time I went down, it was either closed or empty. Still I guess that's not entirely the hostel's fault. Great location, and very clean.
it was a lot of fun, but there were only 2 bathrooms, one was flooded and unusable while the other one was pretty damp all the time. Still there were heaps of movies up stairs and Tent was amazing! We had a great time and met some awesome people
When we arrived they had lost our booking, but they were pretty good about it and managed to find us 3 beds in the same room. I did hear this happened to another girl, who had to move hostels in the end so it might be a bit of a problem. The swimming pool was fun and the breakfast, while expensive for Cambodia, was pretty amazing.