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I have stayed in this Hostel over 10 times now, it's super relaxing, great location, walking distance to shops, bars, clubs, diving centers and other activities. Penny the owner is super friendly organizes fun activities like garden BBQ's which are fully optional but a great...More
Certainly one of best hostel of Malta!
I actually visited other hostels in Malta but it was nothing compared with this one! This hostel is located in a villa in St Julians, in a quiet neighborhood but not far from the beach, Paceville and buses...More
This was advertised as a bohemian hostel. It sure is, and the staff was extremely friendly from the day I entered the first time, till I departed 8 days later. This is the kind of place where you want to come back just because of...More
The hostel was lovely! I definitely enjoyed my stay, and a special thank you to the hostel administration for the cleanliness - of the beds and the sheets and the bathrooms, the cleanest hostel I've stayed at.
The kitchen is lovely, not too many people,...More
I have stayed at dozens of hostels on 4 different continents and this was hands-down my favourite. The rooms are pretty and comfortable, with lockers big enough for even my enormous suitcase. The bathrooms are spacious, clean, private, and well-lit. Showers were hot with good...More
Hey Susan! I think one is never too old to stay in a hostel. I've met 60+ year olds staying in hostels and got along with them as much as I did with travellers my age (if not more). If you don't mind sharing then I would say... More
Hey Susan! I think one is never too old to stay in a hostel. I've met 60+ year olds staying in hostels and got along with them as much as I did with travellers my age (if not more). If you don't mind sharing then I would say hostel all along!
Boho is a great choice; there's one or 2 hills to reach it (not as steep as made out to be, in my opinion), but if you don't like hills, then don't visit Malta.