Very well located in a beautiful piazza in the centre of town, within walking distance to the train and bus stations. Good facilities, alright breakfast (with proper coffee from an espresso machine!), large ensuite dorms (my 6-bed dorm, which was huge, had not one but TWO attached bathrooms!). Overall, a very good option, especially since hostels are thin on the ground in Sardinia.
I arrived late and night and left early in the morning, so I don't have much to say about it, but it looked like a nice hostel. Very well located for people arriving at/leaving from the Nord bus station.
This hostel is very well located in the centre of the old town and the staff are very nice. However, it's tiny and feels very cramped. We stayed in a 6-bed dorm that shouldn't have more than 4 beds in it, we could barely move (and there were only 5 people, it wasn't even full). As far as I know there are only two bathrooms for the entire hostel, and there's no proper common area. We stayed for a night and the following day we moved to a fabulous "pensión" for only 2 euros extra per night.
Brand new hostel, it's huge and has excellent facilities. It's some distance from the centre of town and the train station, but it can be walked (uphill on the way back to the hostel) or there are buses that leave you close by. The rooms are spacious with nice bathrooms and really clean. The owner goes out of his way to explain everything and be helpful. It doesn't include breakfast, and it's not really worth the 3 euros they charge for it. Excellent hostel.
For 8 euros a night, it's not bad. It's a bit far from the centre of town, though well connected by public transport. The room was a bit crowded, the internet worked pretty poorly. The old lady who runs it is very nice, though I think she only speaks Portuguese and sometimes can be a bit hard to locate.
Beautiful hostel, well located, good breakfast and great value for money. The three-level bunk beds are not ideal and my 9-bed dorm only had 6 lockers. But other than that, no complaints.
Beautiful hostel -it really does live up to its name. I stayed in an 8-bed dorm which was in fact more like a 4-bed dorm (the room was split in half with a door in the middle, and each half had its own bathroom). The common area is lovely, it has a very nice terrace as well, excellent continental breakfast (including crepes!), comfortable beds with lockers, good location, and extremely lovely staff. And all that for 10 euros. Excellent value for money, don't hesitate to stay here.
The best thing about this hostel was the lovely staff! It doesn't have much of an atmosphere and in terms of location it's not far away from the city centre or the train station, although the walk to the train station can be a bit long if you're carrying a heavy backpack (and there's not really a good option for public transport). I didn't have any issues with the neighbourhood, in fact it's located right on a square where there's a really good restaurant.
The rooms are fine, not crowded, have lockers, and are ensuite. Location is very good, close to the main train station (Roma Termini). Apparently they have a second building with a kitchen and common area, which I didn't use. The main building (where reception is) has nothing of the sort, although it does have tea/coffee making facilities, and there's not really much of an atmosphere. Some rooms don't get wifi.
This hostel is very close to the central train station, and not too far away from the historical centre. Breakfast includes toasts with butter, jam, peanut butter and Nutella, coffee/tea and cereal. The common areas are comfortable and staff are friendly enough. Rooms and bathrooms were clean.
The room was spacious and the lockers are great -big enough for a large backpack, with shelves, etc. Both the rooms and bathrooms were clean. Staff was helpful and friendly. It has a very small common area, with a couple of tables and a kitchen, not particularly special in terms of atmosphere. It's located in town -it's quite a hike uphill from the train station, though there is a shuttle that leaves you at the door (1.50 euro).
Good hostel. Spacious en-suite room (6-bed dorm), clean, friendly staff, lovely terrace. It's a few metres away from the train station (Nice Ville) and a 15-minute walk to the old town. The common area is quite small, but nice.
I only stayed for a night. It was average -the room and bathroom were clean, and there are lockers in the rooms (you can borrow a padlock from reception with a 5 euro deposit). The room, however, was stuffy and the location is quite far away from the centre of town. I didn't see any common areas, other than a sofa next to reception.