Hostels that are best avoided

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11. Posted by Reece Sanford (Travel Guru 1368 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

I SERIOUSLY have to disagree with part of what is said about Hostel Estoril in Buenos Aires.

They have 3 floors of the building in this hostel i believe and yes one of them was pretty much full of israelis but i stayed on the lower level and it was AMAZING.So much so i have spend around 3 months here.

Ive had serious issues with Israelis while travelling and i know what they can be like but i would go back to Hostel Estoril tomorrow given a chance.

Federico the owner and his family and the people who work there Roy, Demian, Flavio and Esteban were all like a family to me by the time i left.

You cannot turn around and say a hostel will not stay that way just because you feel it wasnt to your liking.
Did you even explain to anyone working there what your issues were?

12. Posted by bentivogli (Respected Member 2398 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

erm... did anyone actually say anything negative about Estoril? It's been a while since I started this thread, but I don't think so... Anyway, good to know it's still a good place to stay.

13. Posted by JonathanU (Budding Member 20 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

Israelis are trouble in a group. Although, I did make some great friends who I met who were travelling alone, and they would be the first to point out that they travel alone b/c they can't stand their countrymen who travel in groups.

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