Tag Archives: Budget Places to Stay
September 24, 2014

Review of Melbourne Metro YHA, North Melbourne

By Peter Parkorr of TravelUnmasked A Melbourne Metro YHA review, in what is arguably Australia’s coolest city. Are the bars better here or in Sydney? What about the street art? You’ll have to decide that for yourself, but here’s what I thought of the hostel. The location The YHA Melbourne Metro hostel is in North […]

July 8, 2014

The Sydney Central YHA : Reviewed

A review of the Sydney Central YHA in Australia, by Peter Parkorr – TravelUnmasked.com The biggest of YHA’s 3 Sydney hostels, Sydney Central offers great value, great eating and great spaces to relax when you’re tired from hitting lots of city sights.   The location Sydney Central YHA is in a great location for new […]

June 20, 2013

Review of Bus Hostel in Reykjavik

  Bus Hostel Reykjavik is a friendly, fun and super affordable place to stay while exploring Iceland’s capital or beyond. With welcoming and helpful staff and lots of vintage style and quirky details, quite unexpectedly Bus Hostel in Reykjavik became a home from home in one of the world’s coolest cities and we mean that […]

September 16, 2011

Buenos Aires: Hotel Milan Review

A great budget hotel in the heart of Buenos Aires   Location The first thing to mention about Hotel Milan is its great location. Just metres away from the centre of Avenida Corrientes, where many of the theatres, cinemas and restaurants are located, it is ideal for culture-lovers or anyone who wants to be close to the […]

August 31, 2011

Budget Places to Stay in Granada: Hotel Cedran

        At first glance Hotel Cedran looks very unassuming.   It’s location is impressive just off one of the main traffic arteries of Granada: the Gran Via My room for the night in Granada: The budget friendly, Hotel Cedran   Once you step inside, there is a small reception area. The receptionist was […]

July 29, 2011

Budget Places to stay: Majnu ka Tilla, Delhi

        Amongst the rickshaws and crowds of Old Delhi, travellers might be forgiven for forgetting Delhi has a sky, let alone the Yamuna River. But go north, to the New Tibetan Colony, and you can stay by its very edge.       Accommodation here is not expensive. This writer stayed in […]