I only stayed in this hostel for one night so I didn't need much nor was I expecting much. The 6-bed dorm that I stayed in was very spacious, with cupboards for each resident and even 2 desks. Even though the rooms themselves are not locked, the front door is locked during the night and during the day there is always someone there, so you shouldn't worry too much about the security. The walls are quite thin, so I could hear noises coming from the flats upstairs. Other than that, all good
I have absolutely no complaints about this hostel. The staff were friendly, the room was just right. I especially liked the curfew that you can't talk loudly in the corridor after 10.30, which was respected. The common room is also a nice touch, with a pool table, pub quiz machine, TV and a very cheap bar. Nice job, guys.
The hostel is 5 minutes away from the train station, which is convenient if you have an early train. However, the city centre and the main sights are about half an hour away on foot, or you can take a bus (1.20 euros one-way). I really liked the option of breakfast; it's 3 euros extra, but for those 3 euros you can take all you can eat practically. The rooms are very spacious and, more importantly, the beds are not bunk beds so you don't have to climb over other people to get to sleep.
I would highly recommend this hostel to everybody who is travelling on their own or is looking for some peace and quiet while in Belgrade. It's around a 10-minute walk to the main square. Everything in the hostel was great. I booked a single room and the owners gave me a three-bed room just for myself. The owners are there 24/7, so you can come and go as you like. Definitely worth your money.
The hotel is located maybe 5 minutes away from the main street, Piotrkowska. However, that street is very long, so in order to get to the proper centre, it is another 15-minute walk down Piotrkowska. The hotel is very nice, the rooms are quite spacious. There are no cupboards, though. The staff were very helpful when I locked myself out of my room...twice. The door locks are very loud, so it can get quite annoying when everybody starts locking and unlocking their doors early in the morning.
The hotel is quite close to the metro station Place de Clichy, from where you can get to the centre of town. But even if you decide to walk to the centre, it shouldn't take you more than half an hour. Montmartre is 5 minutes away. The double room was quite spacious. It had some weird fabric on the wall and it was quite hot, even during the night. But other than that, everything is fine. It is a hotel, so don't expect any wild parties. It's ideal for couples.
I don't know whether this is the case in all the rooms, but my room didn't have curtains, which can be annoying when the sun wakes you up early in the morning. You get 2 hours of internet for free, but it doesn't work in all the rooms. Kitchen is well equipped, so you don't have to eat out much. Bathrooms are shared, but there are quite a lot of showers, so there is no queue for them. And they are kept reasonably clean.
Excellent for couples, you have your own privacy. Big, clean rooms and bathrooms. Venice itself is easily reachable by train (1.20 euros, 15 minutes). This is good value for money as hostels in Venice itself will be much more expensive.
This is ideal for couples who want some time alone. You get a miniature kitchen so you don't have to eat in restaurants, which can be quite expensive. You have your privacy and nobody is bothering you. We had minor problems, as we didn't have hot water one morning and electricity one evening, but both were soon fixed. The hostel is on the outskirts of Pula, so not much going on there, but the center and the beaches are both reachable on foot (15-20 minutes).
This is great for couples who want some time alone. You get a mini-kitchen in the apartment so you don't have to eat in the restaurants, which can be quite expensive. You have your privacy, nobody is bothering you. The location, however, may be a bit troublesome. I came by car, so I had no problems. But if you are coming by public transport, you might have some troubles as I don't know how good connections are between Šibenik and Grebaštica.
Relaxed atmosphere, terrace and bar where you can hang out...The hostel is on the main road at the top of Brela, so it is quite a long hike down some stairs to the beaches (which is especially exhausting on the way up), but it is worth it.
Everything was great in the hostel - big rooms, clean bathrooms (and lots of them), great location, free breakfast (all you can eat) - highly recommended hostel.
The rooms are quite small compared to the number of people staying in them. I stayed in a 6-bed dorm, which really wasn't big enough to fit six people. There is barely room to move, even less so when you leave your suitcases there. But other than that, the hostel offers good value for money.
The location of the hostel is excellent. And considering that it is located almost in the center of London, the price is quite reasonable. The rooms have a funny smell and if you keep your clothes in the lockers, they will pick up the smell. I saw some reviews mentioning mice. I stayed in the hotel for almost a week and haven't come across any mouse, so maybe that's an exaggeration. Security is okay, you can rent a padlock. All in all, not the best hostel, but I would recommend it.
The wardrobes that are situated under the bed can be a little awkward especially if the door happen to fall on your leg. There are 2 bathrooms in the hostel, but all the guests seem to prefer only one for showering (me included), so at certain periods you might have to wait for a shower. Other than that, perfect.
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- Avid Traveller
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