Reviews: Anonymous

Ideal Social Hostel

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Place is nice but had running water during a few hours a day. Spent 48 hours without taking a shower. We were told that the Rio de la Plata tide was low, and somehow that affected the supply. That's very strange since the hostel has a bar/kitchen for staff only, where they serve drinks and breakfast, and that sink had running water at the same time the toilets didn't. Moreover, I asked around in the bloc, and no one had that problem. This is the worst hostel experience I had.

  • 12th Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Uruguay
  • Male, 31-40
  • (4 reviews)

Backpackers Ceara

Fortaleza, Brazil

Just stayed there one night on my way back from Jeri. It's very basic, and it doesn't even offer toilet paper, but you can't beat the price. The location is great, close to Beira Mar and Dragao do Mar, and the hostel is walled, barbwired, and has an electronic lock. It doesn't look nice, but it's required as the city is dangerous. Clean toilets and rooms, and the owner, Dona Maria, is very kind and lend us the phone to request a cab on check out. I recommend it. Great value for money.

  • 11th Dec 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Uruguay
  • Male, 31-40
  • (4 reviews)

Jericoacoara Hostel - TIROL

Jericoacoara, Brazil

Great location, one block away from the main street. Very good breakfast with everything you need, great facilities to cook, wash clothes, and a trust sytem where you can get cheap drinks from the fridge by filling a form and paying at check out. The hammock and tables area is fantastic, great to socialize. And last but not least, the stuff is always willing to help. The only let down are the toilets that get stuck, but that´s a small detail. This the best hostel I ever booked. A great choice.

Che Lagarto Suites Copacabana Anita

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Staff seems a little distracted sometimes, but otherwise, don't have any complains. Great location, lots of activities, and a very fun night climax. Definitely worth.