Looks expensive and far from the old town at a glance, but that is Dubrovnik prices. the area has some great views and nightlife of its own, and is easy to get to the old town. The family are great and will go out of there way to help you. A very good hostel
This place has a great warm atmosphere, and Majdas and her family will do anything for you to make you feel welcome!
doesn't feel like a real hostel, just an apartment that has put several bunk beds in it's spare rooms. With few people there is no atmosphere, and I can't imagine how much of a nightmare the small living space would be if it were actually full. It's one positive is that it is easily walkable to the centre of town
This place is clean and nice. But there was NO atmosphere, it was a bit depressing how quiet it was. You also have to pay extra for things like sheets and breakfast
No key for the door, anyone can walk in. No place to keep your bags without paying extra, loud area. About 6 people in my room smoking weed at 3 am, so i'm guessing if there was actually a fire the smoke alarms certainly don't work.
Tiny room for 6 beds, even by hostel standards, you could barely stand shoulder width between the two bunks on eiter side. Very cramped shower. Other than that, it was reasonably good, staff were friendly and helpful, not to far a walk from the main part of the old town
No hostel, no matter how good, is worth the price they charge on a weekend. An absolute rip that unfortunately I couldn't avoid. Beyond that it was ok. Its close to the museums but far from the main centre, but the trams in amsterdam are pretty good so it's not a hassle, and it's far better to go out in leidesplein which is close by then the red light district anyway