The hostel is located next to a big road on a less-developed area of Tel-Aviv, which at first sight can be awkward/frightening. But then you realize it is like an island apart from the hectic movement of the city, an oasis with a really cool vibe and a big terrace to chill out. It has an age limitation which leads to a great atmosphere of young-aged people, as well as young-aged staff. Those are mostly volunteers and some were not 100% nice and warming. The rooms were organized and fairly clean. The free breakfast is pretty average - but then again, it's free! The cleaning of common areas & terrace; more variety on the breakfast; permanent staff with previous experience.