a brilliant place, centrally located, very tidy and with holdup staff. gets booked out very fast so make sure to book your room as soon as you think you might want o stay there.
The staff is nice n friendly but the dorms turn out to be more expensive than private room and there is it high included-non food, no towels. There is no air conditioning and it is really needed... Thet store your luggage for free though.
- All Female Group, 31-40
- (23 reviews)
Great place with a great vibe. Gonna definitely stay here again
The room (single) didn't even have a window. It was in fact a flat divided into many tiny rooms (literally size of a bigger bed). Plus it was DAMN cold, because there was no heating (a feature I could understand in Gibraltar, but not Madrid...). Location is very central and it wasn't expensive, but the price is still far too high for the conditions you're about to live in.
- Female, 41+
- (23 reviews)
Hard to find even for the cab drivers. Not in the nice part of the town but relatively close to the airport (15 minutes drive). Not totally worth the money, beds were clean, shower was not, water was hot and breakfast was rich. Wouldn't recommend it. They rip off on taxis like hell and instead of official cab they put me on an old dirty car with NO license nor signalization whatsoever - must have been a cousin of someone... Uncool for double the official price. Better go to the center.
- Female, 25-30
- (23 reviews)
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Good for one night. Staff is friendly, room was clean enough. Hard to give more opinions after such a short stay. For one night it was fine.
We stayed in a double room. It was clean, there was hot water. Breakfast was modest, but served also outside of official hours. Location is very good, in front of the mall, close to the main square and the port. Staff was helpful in organizing trips. I would recommend the place.
A nice change after Bolivian crappy places. It was tidy, there was hot water. Kitchen is not very well equipped (2 plate stove and that's it), but dining room is big and comfortable. We enjoyed the stay and even prolonged it by 3 days.
It is such a relief after damn Bolivia. The room is small but clean. We had hot water in the evening and lukewarm in the morning. Bathroom also was very clean. Hostel is hard to find if arriving late (we took a cab- 5 soles, no problem). Right next to a normal huge supermarket where you can but everything and pay by card. Close to both lake and two main squares. Staff is helpful and speaks good English. Book trips and buses at reasonable prices. We liked it so much we extended our stay.
Staff was helpful, place feels secure and fairly clean, although it's far from the center.
Ｇｏｏｄ ｂｒｅａｋｆａｓｔｓ， ｐｏｏｒ ｂａｔｈｒｏｏｍｓ （ｍａｎｙ， but door not closing properly, water not always working). They are trying to keep it clean and tidy by painting etc, also the yard is nice, but overall doesn't feel very clean (bathrooms again). Rooms are fine, lockers are outside. Some rooms have AC, some only fan. There is a 10R$ difference in price between them, so it's ok.
Good breakfast, poor bathrooms. Pool table downstairs. Service in the evening doesn't speak any English.
Despite having booked the hostel didn't manage to get inside. We even called and asked for someone to come downstairs to pick us up, but nobody came (they did answer the phone though, and confirmed they're there). After the second attempt we gave up and went to another place, where we didn't have a booking. Not recommended, unless you're very patient.
One of the best hostels on theway. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Simply competent. Big hugs to SASHA. Rooms are spacious, kitchen is well equipped and the vibe is simply very good. It is alsoclean and relaxed - you can have a beer and enjoy your stay, but it is not noisy at night (staff makes sure everyone who wnats it gets some decent sleep). Worth recommending in every inch.
We were in fact staying in a hotel room with own bathroom. All the bunk beds were brand new (there was 4 of us staying in the room). Extremely good value for money. Not much of a hostelspirit, but good if you want to rest from backpacker's life for a moment. There are washing machines, but the kitchen didn't have a stove nor an oven. Also we got our registration in Russia for free without even having to ask for it, which was a very nice surprise (and saved us 10EUR per head)
The place itself was rather nice - spacious and tidy. Common area is very big and pretty. Staff doesn't speak much of anything but Russian though, especially people taking night shifts (we arrived ar 6am and it wasn't the easiest). In general a very nice, tidy (nearly fancy, in hostel standards) place with good facilities, but if you're into the atmosphere - it wasn't there.
One of the best places we stayed at during our trip. Especially big thank to Alona, thanks to whom this experience was so amazing. Staff very friendly and helpful .You feel more like a guest in somebody's flat, than like a customer. Common area is pleasant to stay at, many bathrooms and to showers, rooms are also ok. I would definitely recommend it to ppl stayin in Skt Petersburg.
We didn't in fact stay there, just booked it for the visa. But contact with the staff was really good and no problems with cancellation either.
Typical party hostel for spring break students. Not for adults. People at the service desk are nice, but it doesn't make up for the hostel standard. Rooms look like prison cells - bare concrete walls, no paint, anything, no room doors, just a curtain, and 4-6 bunks. There is no bed lights either and main light goes off at 11pm. The reception desk is quite fine, whereas once you checked in it's really really creepy.
The hostel is a traditional one, with amazing atmosphere and very nice owner. Kitchen in kinda creepy, but other since the owner lives there too it's fine. It's a bit loud and bright at night as the room is in the 1st floor of one of the shopping arcades (typical for Japan). It's also DAMN cold, as rooms have no ceiling (it's one huge room divided with wooden walls that don't go all the way to the top). Overall - interesting for the cultural reasons, but rather for 1-2 night stay.
Room was nice, not very crowded, the downside was that toilet was in only one of the two tiny houses (it's a traditional style place), and it was not my building. Staff is very very helpful so far the best hostel in Japan I stayed at.
Very clean and staff extremely helpful. You can leave your luggage there for free for entire day in the storage room. Also they are keen on helping. If I'm going again to Marseilles most likely gonna stay there. Place definitely worth the money. Note: take a padlock with you, if you find your pyjamas and toothbrush precious.
- (23 reviews)