Reviews: Anonymous

Hostel Temza

Zagreb, Croatia

Really close to the railway station, the hostel is new and clean, with spacious rooms and beds. Most people stay there only overnight as it's a bit remote from the city centre (only 5 min walk though) so there's no real "hostel mood". Kitchen, bathroom are clean, and it's quite cheap.

Hostel Sunseekers

Split, Croatia

Good hostel for casual backpackers, very well located inside the city center, just 10 minutes away from the bus station, the harbour and the beaches. The place is clean, the rooms are spacious enough with lockers and comfortable bunkbeds. The girls are nice and helpful. The small common room might get a bit crowded, but then you can get to talk to the other travellers.

Anchi Guesthouse & Apartments

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Family-run guesthouse in a building near the bus station and harbour, so very practical if you're staying overnight. THe old city is just a few kilometers away. It's overall clean, the rooms are comfortable enough, and the family quite helpful and very nice.

Do Step Inn

Vienna, Austria

Near from Westbanhof station, a nice hostel with helpful staff. The dorms were ok, the bunk beds were a bit noisy. There is a common kitchen, and free internet, and lot of people coming around and by.

Roman Wall

Ljubljana, Slovenia

A great hostel. The guy who owns the place is very friendly and helpful. The rooms are quite big, basicly decorated but nice and cosy, the beds are comfortable. The commons comprises kitchen, bathroom, toilet, with a washing machine and computers for internet. Very well located, 5-minutes walk from the city center, it's a very good place to stay at.

Camping Serenissima

Venice, Italy

It's a camping site, so you should not expect much from it. The price is good compared to what you can find in Venice. We had a mobile-home as a room, the walls are pretty thin, and it can get dirty pretty easy as you have to walk out often, and the beds were not very comfortable. 25 minutes by bus from Venice. Cheap but very basic.

Rent Room Zara

Milan, Italy

Very nice private hostel run by a helpful girl. Close to the metro, a bit off the city, but really affordable, but in a neighborhood that's looking way more like a "real" city people would live in, compared to the center. The rooms are spacious, very clean, and cosy. You feel like you could be home.

Hostal SantCarlo

Barcelona, Spain

Dont' get fooled by the good location of the hostel. When we arrived on our first day, the room wasn't ready yet, we had to come back a few hours later. The woman who owns the place didn't want to speak any english, so we had to make ourselves understood somehow ; plus, she visited our room while we were out. The place was poor-lit, not looking welcoming at all. The room was ok, but the bathroom was dirty, with mold behind the bidet, and the shower curtain let the water wet everything. Bad.


One of the best hostel I've been to. It's located near the metro Anton Martin and a couple minutes by walking to Plaza Santa Ana. The place is very clean, decorated with stuff from all around the world. The room was quite spacious, with high ceiling. The guy who own the place is a also a huge traveller (you can see his pictures from his previous trips in his office) and was helpful to tell us where to go on our first day. Would definitely stay there again next time.

Hostal Generalife

Seville, Spain

Very well located in the city center near a commercial street. The double room was clean, a bit small, and exposed to street noises (there's a bar/restaurant just downstairs), and it can get very hot (no air con). Other than that, good value for the price, would recommend.

Hospedaria Verde Esperanca

Lisbon, Portugal

The hostel is well located, near the lively neighborhood of Bairro Alto. There are many bars and some clubs around, and it's 10-15 minutes walk from the city center. The room was fine, nothing special, the floor a bit dirty, but it's enough for the price. Beware though if you arrive late in the night, when my plane was delayed, there was nobody to answer the door, I had to wait til morning...