See other Minneapolis properties

Minneapolis International Hostel

2400 Stevens Avenue South, Minneapolis, USA, Distance from city centre: 2.5km

Rating: 59% from 11 reviews

  • 61%Atmosphere
  • 58%Staff
  • 60%Security
  • 56%Cleanliness
  • 67%Location
  • 58%Value for money
  • 56%Facilities

Real Reviews

Real reviews from fellow travellers

These are trusted reviews from guests who have actually stayed here. We hope you find them helpful.

Note: we only give a property a rating once it has received a minimum of 3 reviews.

  • Sort By:
  • Traveler Type:
  • Age:
  • I'm sorry to say this, but I'm never going back to this hostel. The staff was kinda rude, the facilities are sketchy and the neighborhood feels a bit unsafe. Their check-in/check-out times are super inconvenient. But the worst were the guests... Two of the dudes there seemed like they were crazy. They were super old and looked like homeless. It's definitely not like other hostels I've been where the atmosphere is young and welcoming. This is not recomended for student or backpackers.
  • 49%
  • 05 Jan 2015 Ivan Chile
  • It is fabulous but I think it is a bit expensive
  • 100%
  • 05 Aug 2014 ibrahim Egypt
  • Not too bad place to stay in
  • 57%
  • 02 Aug 2014 Anonymous USA
  • I might go back next yr. overall very good
  • 74%
  • 03 Jul 2014 Anonymous USA
  • Showed up to find a dilapidated looking building. Front door locked and nobody answering the door bell. Tried to call but my call went straight to an anonymous voice mail. Had to find another hotel at 5pm. Totally disappointed.
  • 23%
  • 19 Jun 2014 Jonathan USA
  • Dirty, messy, unsafe, horrible conditions. I paid a whole week in advance. After the first night there, I decided to check out, loose my money, and go to another place. My worst traveling experience.
  • 29%
  • 16 Jun 2014 Leonardo Brazil
  • you can feel that the people who started the hostel did it just to make a buck. It is not designed for a hostel it's more a house with doors that can lock and beds in no designated order. At least place bunkbeds and arrange them so that everyone has a wall outlet and not just one outlet in the bathroom for everyone to share. The outside has no sign that It's a hostel.
  • 43%
  • 26 May 2014 alexis Argentina
City Guides and Information

Video guides, travel podcasts, city maps & free city guides. What to eat, where to stay and things to do and see - our travel guides have it all.

Find a guide »
Latest Blog Post

Buenos Aires is the second-biggest city in South America after Sao Paolo, Brazil, so you can bet there are lots of things to do and see. Here are just five you should do to get...

Read more »
Great Value and Choice

We offer the most comprehensive selection of hostels on the internet with over 35,000 great places to stay in 180 countries. The ultimate online resource for hostels everywhere.

Find great value hostels »