First off, this hostel is in a very nice area of Delft, right in the middle of everything. I had booked into a 14 person room, and it was really nice the first two days because there were only 2 people in the room, so there was little to no congestion for bathrooms etc. The third night however, was completely full and there was a major line for the bathroom. It is painfully obvious that they want to squish as many people in the room, and instead of allowing room for lockable lockers, they added more beds, so much that even getting to the bathroom while holding a bag was difficult. The fact that there were no lockable lockers (and it wasn't stated beforehand) really irked me, as I had to take all my valuables with me (even though I never used them). The bathroom also needed some repair, as the toilet flush cover didn't actually work and one had to remove it to flush the toilet, and the shower didn't drain fast enough.
The common areas are quite nice, though the guest kitchen and the hallway is a bit dark. There is a really nice TV and comfy couches.
Honestly... I don't know if I would stay here again. I'd probably see if there was something in Den Haag (The Hague) first since it is only a 10 minute train ride away and cost around 2 euros each way.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Looking for an affordable & relaxed place to stay in Delft? We offer beds from € 19 p.p.p.n. Jorplace offers more than just a bed; Eat, Drink, Sleep & Enjoy! Fully equipped to keep you entertained throughout your stay! See you soon at Jorplace! ... more less
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