The place was not easy to find. It is a bit hidden and the people around do not know where it is and have never heard of it. I would never go there at night, especially if you do not know where it is. I found the area pretty dodgy. It is not a hostel really. It is more a flat where they put you together with more people. You feel quite uncomfortable because it is pretty small. The beds are way too soft and the pillows way too cheap.
I have to say that during the two nights I was there, 2 people slept on the floor. Was that overbooking? I've never found it out! Besides, make sure you bring CASH because they do not accept credit cards. I wondered whether this "crib" is legal. So, after walking a LONG distance, I had to go and find an ATM with all my staff. Good luck if you decide to stay here, I will not next time!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This is a Hostel unlike any other. We are 2 bedroom hostel providing one 6 bed dorm and one 8 bed dorm en-suite. The 8 bed dorm has its own bath and also has a balcony. Our hostel is a bit smaller than conventional hostels which actually gives the people a more warm and personal feel when staying here. We have entertainment by providing a 52" inch TV with movies and game access. We have an area to dine as well as to check up your email on your lap top or read a book. We are close to many attractions. ... more less
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