Generally good place to stay, value for money, with close proximity to the touristy areas. However, got our bookings mixed up a bit, gave us 2 double beds when i booked 3 singles, but made up for it the next day with an extra bed. Positive experience on the whole.
- Novice Nomad
- All Male Group, 25-30
- (9 reviews)
Staff was extremely helpful, rooms were well appointed, and located close to the main tourist drag. A very nice place to stay in overall.
Good value for money, rooms are decent, and comes with a rather filling complimentary breakfast. Free potable water for penny pinchers, and good wifi connection all over the building are 2 bonuses. Only complaint would be that there is only 1 power point in each room, so if you have more than 1 in your group, you'd have to share. Constant power stoppages in the city does not help either.
Great modern art decor, spacious, superb facilities, high-tech shower capsule makes this one of the best hostels I've ever stayed in. Staff were exceedingly friendly and helpful, and invited us to a family new year's eve dinner, which was thoroughly enjoyable. Tour operator Miguel, who is affiliated with Famous Crows, charges very reasonable prices and is very flexible on time and stops. Tram stop nearby too. Can't praise them enough, highly recommended to anyone travelling to Lisbon.
There seem to be 2 properties under "the same management", and we got sent to the one which did not look anything like what we saw on hostelworld that we booked and paid for. Rooms were unheated, paint was peeling off the walls, there was a fag end on the desk, only 1 power point in the room, no trash can, noisy bed and breakfast was poor and only starts at 10am. Staff was trying to rip me off by charging 200 dhs for an airport transfer. Save yourself a ton of grief and book somewhere else.
Great hostel, with hotel like facilities for hostel prices. Located near a metro stop, finding your way back is no problem at all. Highly impressed with the room maintenance, which provides fresh towels, bath gel and shampoo daily. It also has a safe, which was nice, considering I almost got pickpocketed in Madrid. Good number of restaurants and cafes around the hostel too, which is convenient.
Location was great, along Gran Via Colon, which is the main street of Granada, and the airport shuttle has a stop a mere 20m away from the hostel. Staff were also very helpful. If there is 1 complaint, it would be that the room was not adequately heated, which can make things quite uncomfortable during winter. Still, a decent place to stay in for the cost.
Helpful staff, cozy room with good facilities, a warm place to stay during the winter, only problem is the faulty light in the toilet of our room. Cafe beside the hostel is a very convenient place for a cheap breakfast before you start your day. Would definitely recommend this to fellow budget travellers. Couldn't remember his name, but there was an Argentinian staff member who was very helpful and recommended Sonorra to us, which was great.
Hostel like prices for almost hotel like amenities and service. Air-con, refridgeration, TV, free fruit and breakfast, towels were all included in the price. Decent location, near Hoan Kiem Lake and the night market along Hang Giay and Hang Dao. Absolutely recommended.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (9 reviews)