This is a very nice hostel. The staff are friendly, the location is great, and it is very secure.
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James and other staff made me feel really welcome. The hostel had a cheerful atmosphere the night I stayed here. It is about a 5-10 minute walk to downtown. Overall a nice place and definitely much better than Pineapple Park.
The staff were friendly and the location was very centralized. Easy walk to Farmer's Market and shops and restaurants. If you have a rental car, do not park in the parking lot next to the hostel. The first night I was in Hilo, all of the rental cars (recognized by barcodes) had their tires slashed during the night. My car was ok because I parked a few blocks away. But this is not the hostel's fault. I would stay here again if I go back to Hilo.
The owner (Annie) is extremely unpleasant and grouchy. She treats guests like they are vermon and wants nothing to do with them. I stayed here for one night before moving to the KOA Hale Hostel which had much much more friendlier staff. Also, this hostel is far from everything. The exception is that it is walkable to the trail that goes to the Captain Cook Monument. The guests were nice and facilities anverage, but the owner made the experience one of the worst hostels I've ever stayed.
Nice hostel, nice atmosphere. Only complaint is that the directions they give you from the Metro station to the hostel are wrong. You turn right out of the station, not left, to walk to the hostel
An overall nice hostel in a good location in Mexico City. I don't recommend doing some of the tours though. The Teotihucan tour, for example, is much cheaper just to take the public bus there than to do the tour.
The location, staff, security and cleanliness is good, but there is a lack of common area. It is harder to meet other people in the hostel compared to other hostels.
I enjoyed my stay here. The staff were friendly and the atmosphere and location were good. The only thing I disliked was that much of the common area is more outside, which can be an issue at night since it gets cold.
The location is not the best and security is not great. Stay at the Weary Traveller closer to the bus station. It's much nicer.
A nice enough hostel with friendly staff, but terrible security. The rooms were often left wide open (which also let in mosquitos), and there are storage lockers, but they are very small. Still, much better than La casa de sol (where i stayed the next night), and not as good as The Weary Traveler (where i also stayed two nights in Tulum. Still, nice atmosphere. The wifi wouldnt work in the dorm well though.
This is perhaps the best hostel I have stayed at in Australia. I would gladly stay here again.
One of the best, most modern, friendliest hostels you'll find in Australia.
One of the best hostels I've stayed at in Australia. The staff are incredibly attentive, the facilities are excellent, the kitchen is large and well stocked. The wifi is free and so is breakfast. I will definitely consider staying again if I come back in the future.
I enjoyed my stay here. It was decent.
Unfriendly staff, but otherwise ok.
Overall nice place. No complaints.
Really nice place with a lot of nice people close to main plaza.
Good hostel in a nice location.
This hostel is excellent and one of the best bargains. Highly recommended.
Do NOT stay here!!! This is one of the worse places I have ever stayed. Absolutely NO security and the dorms aren't even in a room; they simply have cots on the deck where everyone else walks by.Do NOT stay here!
This is one of the best hostels I've been to not only in Jordan, but worldwide. The staff are caring and atentitive, going out of their way to make guests feel at home. I stayed on Christmas, and the owner single-handedly prepared a huge mouth-watering feast for guests free of charge. Very highly recommended.