The hostal was a little further from Station than I expected, but close to waterfront. Pleasant enough, but not outstanding Wifi pretty good
I enjoyed the Cadiz Inn - close to the station, the staff were lovely, and there's a great roof terrace. But I thought they were a bit dear. I had a double room, at a higher price than I had paid at hotels, but here no TV, AC, shared bathroom, not even a towel. If they're going charge hotel prices, they have to provide hotel facilities. The Wifi wasn't working for the two days I was there, but I assume that was temporary.
I chose this hostel due to its location near the Gran Via and Cheuca. Very nice place, but I would call it a hotel, not hostel - it didn't have the atmosphere/ common room/ bar facilities I normally associate with a hostel. One thing I didn't like was that you had to be let i by reception - good for security I guess, but a bit annoying (I only had to wait once, for 5 minutes).
The riad was an excellent respite from the hustle of Marrakesh, located in the less touristly part of the medina (on the north side of the souk). Security is an issue though. There is a keypad to get into the riad, but how often is the number changed, and how many people know it, but there is zero security on the room doors at all.. They also need direction signs. Although they meet you on arrival, I got a bit lost when returning. But it was a lovely stay.
A very pleasant traditional hostel. Although enjoyable, there were four distinct disadvantages: 1 - the directions are atrocious. I spent over 30 minutes in the back streets of the neighbourhood before stumbling upon the hostel; 2 - we had to vacate the hostel for 4 hours during the day; 3 - we didn't get a key for the front gate, so had to be in by a set time; 4 - there are only 2 bathrooms (outside). The 4th item can't be changed, but the others need addressing to be acceptable.
A nice relaxing hostel, though not the easiest to find. Although you could walk the distance in 20-30 mins, you'd need to know your way. I took a taxi from the KAL Hotel, at W 2,500 - well worth it
A great hostel in a great location. Staff were very helpful. Directions were spot on, however another way of getting there (from Incheon) is via metro (commuter not express) to Honguk University station (W 3,000). This is a little further to walk than from the line 2 station, but still close. Note, don't go through line 2 station, as they charge you extra.
I've now stayed at the Frankfurt hostel several times, in various types of rooms, and would recommend it to anyone. Convenience 10+, with a great bar and convivial atmosphere. One recommendation - don't take a room without an ensuite, there aren't enough bathrooms.
A good hostel, but a little far from station. I put security low as the room doors locks are controlled by numbers - how often are these changed?
Great hostel in great location. A little further from station than is inferred in instructions, but still very walkable. Sophia's great!
Excellent location near railway, but not much else (but that's because of remoteness of station). Great common rooms. Also stayed at their sister hostel in the Old Port. It is "better", but has less character.
One of the best hostels I've stayed in - so convenient, and good fun. Two comments - the kitchen isn't big enough, and get a room/ dorm with an ensuite. There are not enough bathrooms for the shared bathroom dorms.
Floor in bedroom was a bit gritty. That may have been sand dragged by others in dorm though...
A great fun hostel with good bar - sometimes live music.
A bright modern hostel. On the other side of the city to the station, so don't walk it. Follow directions. there are roadworks at the tram stop so the sign is down. Cross road, walk bck up the hill under the railway line, and it's in the valley on your right.
A hostel in a converted home, a long walk to the beach. Kept exceptionally clean by the friendly owner.
A modern hostel (in a retired office building), with good facilitries quite near to the city, and on the tram route to St Kilda. Very friendly and active staff. I liked the power points inside the lockers.
Lovely traditional hotel
A modern hotel with excellent facilities. However, the location on the map is wrong. It is not on the hill overlooking the lake, but at the other end of the road, in St Moritz Bad.
A pleasant hotel overlooking the river (if you're on that side). However, there was one male and one female bathroom for each floor - 8 rooms (30 beds est). In peak times this is not enough.
Not your usual hostel, it's a room in an apartment, in a cosmopolitan residential area just outside the city centre. The owner (who doesn't live there) is very helpful and offers good advice on where to go. One disadvantage is that you have to arrange an exact time to arrive and leave.
A modern hostel in a residential area near the station. Only complaint is that reception is closed 11:00 - 15:30
A pleasant enough place - I thought a bit pricy for the facilities, though it is Darwin. Not in the centre of town, which could be an advantage
A large modern hostel, a reasonable walk from the station. The rooms are excellent. My only complaints were that there wasn't amy self-catering nor internet available.
A very convenient hostel. Emailed directions excellent - the only problem was that (though there is a small sign, despite what some other reviewers have said), the buzzer is not.
A very nice, convenient hostel near Westbahnhof. It is very clean and modern fittings.
A good priced hotel in a great location. Doesn't have some of the extras I'd like - internet, laundry
A little out of town (I believe here's another Y in Chinatown), but right on the T (subway/Metro). Excellent facilities, inc gym & free internet.
Not exactly Times Square, but very convenient to the Port Authority Bus terminal and Penn Station. A small hostel (only two dorm rooms), friendly, and very good value
In a nice residential area just out of the East Village, a pleasant hotel. For New York reasonable rates. Only complaint, they didn't answer an email I sent to them.
A lovely B&B. Not far from O'Connell St, but on the north side of town, so away from Temple Bar etc.
Due to previous reviewers (and Lonely Planet) had few expectations with this hostel, but now feel they were unjustified. A modern hostel with excellent facilities and no complaints with the staff.
Convenient to the rope bridge, but not much else. Pleasant otherwise
A very enjoyable hostel, greta location and staff
An excellent hostel - great location (a block from Eyre Sq), great facilities (DVD's, free Internet, good kitchen) and great staff. What more could you want?
A good hostel. Inconvenient if you don't have car or bike. Directions a bit misleading (3rd exit from where?) - look for Killorglin road.
A great guesthouse. Rooms recently renovated (though the building still being upgraded)/ Easy walk to town/
Good hostel, very convenient to Jameson distillery.
This is the first time I have ever awarded a hostel 100%, and it's worth it. Absolutely special.
One of the best hostels I've ever stayed in. The breakfast was a little basic though.
Located in a side street just behind the Calipolis, it near to but not in the noisy areas of Sitges, but who goes to Sitges to sleep? Good value
Great hostel, and the staff were very helpful. Kitchen available, but no breakfast.
An excellent hotel, helpful staff and a lovely breakfast. My room overlooked the river. A warning for those with too much baggage, that there are four flights of stairs.
A good hostel in a great location. Their "common room" is the breakfast room, with no comfortable lounges.
Very convenient. No rooms have windows, so it's bit like a black hole. If getting a dorm bed, go for the 16-bed room rather than the 6-bedder as the ventilation is better and less claustrophobic.
Certainly not central, but tram service good. You can buy single ticket from driver for 20 SEK, but better deal is multiple ticket for 100 SEK for outlets (7-11 etc), then rides cost 15 SEK
Excellent hostel. A bit decrepid, but pleasingly so,well renovated. No lockers
An excellent hostel - clean, good facilities, even lockers that lock!
A clean if a bit basic hotel only two blocks from the station, towards the city. It is in the girlie-bar are if that matters
This is an excellent small hotel - the rooms are modern, the facilities are spotless. The only reason I haven´t marked it 100% is because it is in Neumarkt. This may not suit everybody. To find the hotel from the U-Bahn (Metro) go to other (west) end of market, and turn left.
1- location is three train (not metro) stops from city centre 2- hard to find - turn right after leaving station, over main road, about 2-300m 3- only take-out kababs nearby. Decent cafes 3-400m away, up the hill near town hall(?) 4- bathing facilities not acceptable. There was a dusche/bidet in room. No common shower either Stay there only if there´s no other option
Note that the no 7 bus goes in two directions, take Orden. The hostel is in a lovely wooded setting, but is not at the Hoge Veluwe national park as I understood from their description. To get to park, take no 108 to Hoenderloo (4 strips). No lockers
The directions are a bit lacking. When you arrive at Elemert, there is no sign to tell you where to go from there. There is a map that shows a hostel that no longer exists. You have to go back towards the VVV about 150-200 m, and turn left. Then you can follow signs. This hostel is very new & large (300 beds). There is also a half-board option that is worthwhile. There are no lockers that I know of.