Reviews: Anonymous

Location: USA, Gender: Female, Age: 30

In Da Lodge

Ubud, Indonesia
91%

In Da Lodge, though I hate the name, was a perfect choice. Easy to meet people, comfortable for lazing around if you don't feel like touring, and easy to set up adventures if you do. There aren't locks on the doors and the lockers are only big enough for a few of your prized possessions, but the vibe of the place felt secure enough. I didn't consider this to be "out of town" at all - just walk outside and a few feet and you're right at the market. If you want AC and no ants ever, go to a hotel.


M Hostel Seminyak

Seminyak, Indonesia
91%

Oddly situated, but very clean and friendly. Solid option for the area.


The Cranky Croc Hostel

Bogota, Colombia
94%

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77%

Awesome, friendly, helpful staff. Cheap laundry services, good internet, hot water...but the location (while safe and in a nice part of town) is a ways from the other hostels and bars, restaurants, etc that most backpackers would want to be around. If you're just looking to chill out and get away from the backpack crowd, it's great. Another oddity - the dorm room door wouldn't close...because a bed was in front of it?? Weird, for sure.


Benjamin Taganga

Taganga, Colombia
63%

This place has a lot of potential, but the poor attitudes and incompetence of the staff ruined it. It took a full hour and a half to check out, due to basic laziness. The deafening (and horrible) music didn't help. There are way better places to stay in taganga, I don't recommend Benjamin at all, despite the amenities.


Arica Surf House

Arica, Chile
83%

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Wild Rover Backpackers

La Paz, Bolivia
83%

I wasn´t quite expecting how much of a party hostel Wild Rover is, but wound up loving it. It´s huge, but rooms in the back were quiet enough and beds were comfy.


Bothy Hostel

Arequipa, Peru
90%

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93%

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Pax Hostel

Buenos Aires, Argentina
70%

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