As many other people comment, it has a bad location. Odd place to call a hostel. It is more like a private appartment stuffed with bunkbeds leaving no space free. You are told (a bit militaryish) to leave your shoes outside and to make your bed in the morning, not having any private items left ontop. This is alright - Just not for the amount of money we paid. We honestly felt forced to stay there, since we had booked for two nights and wasnt able to cancel, since we then would have to pay 140 dollars for nothing... We did find the place clean though.
- 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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