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The initial pay for linen was a bit of a surprise, as we didnt encounter that in any other hostels. The location is good and the rooms are mostly clean. Staff were very friendly, and overall quite a welcoming atmosphere. Stayed in a shared dorm...More
Okay, Anker Hostel is not expensive, but it doesn't have that cozy flair i expect from Hostels. The "Lounge" seems like a waitingroom at the dentist and lots of guest aren't interested for conversations. I think that is because the Hostel is very big and...More
The main concern for me staying at Anker Hostel was the cleanliness. You are given a hard mattress to sleep on, that is black. The fact the cover black just highlights how incredibly dirty. After three days in the bed my skin is incredibly itchy...More
I’ve been to several hostels and this one doesn’t seem to know what a hostel is. For one you have to pay for linens, there is no locker in the room ( you have to pay for that as well), it doesn’t organize activities and...More
Let me preface this by saying, whilst it was a bit pricy for our stay, this seems to be the norm in Norway and so I don't really factor this into my review.
There isn't anything particularly that much that stands out about Anker Hostel...More
Response from friendlypartner | Reviewed this property |
Yes, they are flexible and their rooms are spacious. Should be better if you ask by email beforehand. They will answer your questions promptly. In any case, it will be fair if an additional charge is imposed. It will still... More
Yes, they are flexible and their rooms are spacious. Should be better if you ask by email beforehand. They will answer your questions promptly. In any case, it will be fair if an additional charge is imposed. It will still be cheaper than two rooms.