Reviews: Anonymous

River City Inn

Singapore, Singapore

Very nice hostel. Location is great-Clarke Quay (right near chinatown). It's a tiny hostel. I didn't have a window in my 8 bed female dorm, but it didn't matter much. Everyone gets a private locker in their room. Bottom bunks have curtains for privacy-nice:). It's pretty social-especially in the morning over the free breakfast (bananas and toast). Not too loud. Staff allowed me to use the facilities hours before and after check in. Thanks! They do the best they can with the tiny space.

  • 22nd Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Australia
  • Female, 31-40
  • (5 reviews)

Hootananny Hostel

London, England

I had fun here. Staff were very nice and helpful! Definitely loud on the weekends. Great hostel to stay in if you wanna party. There's a thriving bar/music venue downstairs. It's a decent walk from the tube station, but not too bad. Old pub charm.

Oak Hostel

Tokyo, Japan

This hostel has no character. It's pretty unsocial and dark. there is no real common space. the kitchen and laundry are in a tiny closet-size room. The value for money is ok. You get your own room and bathroom for pretty cheap. Sadly, the rooms are tiny and dark. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Location is pretty good. It's very clean. free computers and wireless internet. It's just not a happy, social atmosphere sadly. I'm really surprised it has such good reviews.


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Guesthouse Naramachi

Nara, Japan

Beautiful hostel! Definitely not somewhere to go if you wanna party. Feels more like a homestay than a hostel. Lights out at 11. Nara's definitely not a party town, so why not stay in a lovely traditional home? The owners are very helpful. Spacious, nice room.