Overall good experience, very good price and convenient location. Breakfast is also a very good value. All the WCs are en suite in large dorms, which isn't good. There is only one public WC on the first floor. There is no free wifi. The common room is quite small, corridors are small and you might get stuck in as elevator queue, as there is a large number of people. In overall this is a very adequate and fairly priced hostel.
It's a very small venue. Facilities aren't very good. It's good they have a common room, a kitchen and the luggage room which is free to use.
One of the best hostel experiences. The hostel takes up an old English building with history. There is a large common lounge area, were I found friends and like-minded people to make my stay exciting and fun. This is the place where you feel at home and big parties happen. There is a large kitchen, and free luggage room.
I have stayed in many Brighton/Hove hostels, this hostel is by far my personal favourite. There is a large kitchen/dining area, laundry and ironing board. Rooms and facilities are in good conditions, beds are already made. It is located in a quite area, and Hove is know for its peaceful atmosphere as opposed to Brighton. Cons: The wifi is very slow, often unavailable.
Location is idealistic. Beds are good. Facilities are mediocre. Breakfast is included — which is a good value. Cons: Queues are extremely long to check-in, wifi doesn't work on all floors and sometimes hangs. N.B. It's cheaper to book online, rather than paying at the door. For the location and value I would highly recommend it.
The kitchen and common area are small, and there is always someone around, making it easy to find mates from all over the world. I found myself a company to visit the Tiergarden, and apple store.
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