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hostel aloha berlin
Hostel Aloha
is a friendly and cosy place. They don’t accept big groups which is a plus.
Beyond that the staff is really nice and will give you a lot of tips on what to do and visit in this huge city!
You have a living room and a small kitchen where the breakfast is served, its all included in the price. Free internet is another asset. The bathrooms and showers are quite clean as well.
The multiple rooms have enough space for you and your luggage (if you want a locker you pay 3 eu), you are not sleeping in a tight space like it happens so often in many hostels. Also the light in the room is not annoying if other person walks in during the night.
Metro and bus are just next door and in a 5 minutes walk you reach Alexander Platz. The street and surroundings are lively with lots of restaurants and bars!
The entrance of the building is a bit degraded and there’s no elevator but don’t care about that, it adds some charm to it, the hostel is a good value for the money.

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Langholmen hostel
The Langholmen concept is quite original, you sleep in the dorms of an old prison. The experience is unique, but if you just want an affordable bed to sleep there are cheaper options. This is not a party hostel either.
The dorms are located in the prison museum where you have an exhibition. The heavy doors open to a reasonably sized bedroom with comfortable beds and decent lockers, but you have to pay extra for everything else: linen, towels, internet, breakfast…
You can have breakfast for 80kr, its not pricey for what you get considering Stockholm prices, since you have a buffet with all sort of good food (just missing some fruit!).
The location of the hostel is also quite pleasant, one of Stockholm lovely islands, with several nature paths and a beach! Also not too far from the metro and in a walkable distance to the city center (20min) through a path by the water.
The staff is really friendly and helpful which is a plus.

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The great deal about Hostel One is the professional attitude and friendliness of the staff.
It’s located in a typical Sevillian house with an interior yard, charming, but rooms get noisy because all the people gather here to chat.
The guest kitchen has good facilities but it’s small for all the people who want to use it. It’s always crowded.
The hostel provides free internet, a balcony to smoke, and beers in the fridge (1 €). But the best thing is the night tour they organise to watch a free flamenco show.
Near by there’s a huge plaza with lot’s of places to eat and drink, full of young people. To reach the historic center you need around 15 min walking.
It’s a friendly place to stay in Seville.

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I stayed at The Clown and Bard a few nights a couple of years ago. It’s an easy-going party hostel.
The great deal about it was definitely the breakfast all the morning with pretty good food. Besides that, it has a music bar (where you have breakfast) and also free internet connection in the reception.
Ok, it was hard to get to the room with big bags on the top floor by stairs, but it was fine since we had a big room as a reward.
The hostel is not the most central or the most spick-and-span in town, but it has some character and its a good value for the money.

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I would say the best things about this hostel are: central location, small size and Liszt Opera.
Unity it’s an apartment in a residential building, so you get a very intimate atmosphere in it, “home feeling” like.
There’s a common area where all the guests have breakfast together, sharing the milk, the butter and such, basically a living room where you chat with everybody.
It’s location is great, you can go on foot to several places.
Found delightful to wake up in the morning with the opera singers next door!

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