bex76 Accommodation Reviews
Puerto Iguazu HOSTEL review: Stop Hostel
We enjoyed our stay at Stop Hostel - very helpful, friendly and sociable staff who can organise tours for guests. Good breakfasts and facilities.
Seoul HOSTEL review: BJ Guest House
I loved this little guesthouse and have booked in for my return to Seoul next month. Danny and his wife are the owners/managers and are so helpful and friendly. They get to know all their guests by name and will go out of their way to make everyone feel comfortable and settled.
Breakfast is included (toast with jam/peanut butter, coffee and tea) and there is a nice common area with giant projector screen and free internet. Movies were played most nights in here. Danny will book tours for guests and give advice about things to see. On arrival I was given a brief overview of Seoul by Danny- things to see, getting around etc.
It's in a good location on a residential street off a main road and is 5 minutes' walk from a subway stop.
Danny is a star and this has to be one of the nicest budget accommodation options in Seoul.
Queenstown HOSTEL review: YHA Queenstown Central
I was in a family room which was clean and serviced daily. Overall the hostel was pretty good but if you are a light sleeper make sure you ask for a room which does not overlook the street: on the first night I got virtually no sleep due to street noise. Reception were helpful the next day and I was able to swap rooms to a quieter one on the side.
kitchen and common areas were perhaps smaller than other YHAs but were adequate. The kitchen closes at 10pm and opens at 7am which was a little inconvenient.
the hostel is in a great central location.
Wellington HOTEL review: Comfort Hotel Wellington
Great location, clean, tasteful rooms and very comfortable beds. I would definitely stay here again. The bar closed rather early considering it was a Friday night (around 11pm) but there are plenty of other drinking options close by on Cuba Street. Overall great value for money.