Reviews: Anonymous

Hostel DownTown

Prague, Czech Republic
83%

The breakfast was totally worth the cost!


Hostel Ruthensteiner

Vienna, Austria
94%

Very good if you are coming from the train station, bit of a walk to see the interesting sights in the center.


Brazucas Hostel

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
46%

This place felt like purgatory. Definitely the worst place I have ever stayed in. The only redeeming factor was maybe Alan, the one member of the staff.

  • 19th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • USA
  • All Female Group, 18-24
  • (9 reviews)


Castañuela

Granada, Spain
87%

La dueña is wonderful! Would definitely stay here again just for her. Will need a phone to check in though. We had to take a cab the first time to get there, the Albayzin is a bit tricky to navigate. Great location though, plenty of places to eat at nearby and a quick 10-15 minutes downhill to get back to the city center and the Alhambra.


Hostal Doña Pepa

Seville, Spain
63%

Close to the train station, but a bit of a walk to the city center. Not too much to eat in the area either.


Central Hostel

London, England
67%

It's cheap, but that is because you have to pay extra for everything else, like luggage storage and breakfast. Good location though.


60%

No customer comment


57%

The place was pretty enough on the inside (I guess to stress the 'colours' bit?) and relatively well-located, but it was dead in terms of things to do. Also, their kitchen was awful and the staff unfriendly.


Sevilla Inn Backpackers

Seville, Spain
77%

The staff was wonderful. The stove and oven are broken in the kitchen, so don´t expect to be able to cook anything that can't be done in the microwave. Great location and had a great time overall!