This hostel is built on containers and the concept is quite unique in itself.Some area's inside can be a bit small for certain people but then thats what it is.Though its away from the main town centre the beach is close by and you dont really miss anything.Staff are very warm.
Really lovely place for people who travels alone or group of friends. Frendly host, clean room, peaceful coffee lounge. I stayed here with my friends, made many more friendship with foreigner travelers here. Foreigner really enjoy this place. You guys should drop single night here if have chance. From Saigon, Luong Vinh Dong
I stayed here for 3 nights and everything is lovely, the design is so unique and colorful. Free hairdryer in the bathroom (public hairdryer). Suitable for people who loves to take pictures. However, there are also some things I didnot like as: the room is too small, if you stay with a big family of 6 and book a 6-Bed Dormitory room, there is no space for you to keep the luggages. There is no hot water during my stay we have told the staffs twice but still. The water is stuck in the bathroom. The rest is good so if you don't mind with the problems I have mentioned so this will be a good hostel to stay
Very nice place in Nha Trang. We stayed as 6 family members in one 'container'. Super affordable and includes a very friendly service team. Very helpful pre arrival sorting us out contacts to rent motorcycles and boat tours. Only improvement would be to give more than one key to the room. Good fun and a unique environment. Daughter loved the giant hammock rooftop. Location is a slight inconvenience unless you rent a motorbike. However taxis are also plentiful and cheap.
Online this place looks amazing. And it is a cool building. Containers stacked on top of each other. Rooms are small but clean and the hanging net is a very nice place to relax in the evening. It has a nice feel to it. However, the building is in between two massive building sites which makes the whole area very noisy at all times of day. Far from the relaxing experience we wanted. This is not the hostels fault of course and I don't blame them for it. What really put a downer on our experience was the fact that a guy checked into our room and seemed to know both our ages and nationalities. When we asked him how he knew this he said the guy on reception told him we were staying in this room and gave him this information. Being two female travelers this really got to us. We gave them the benefit of the doubt and asked reception to have a talk with the night receptionist, but in the morning when we asked if the issue had been resolved we realised the manager standing there had not been informed and they then tried to tell us that perhaps the guest had just guessed our ages. This is just unacceptable and highly unprofessional. We trust them with our passports and they don't see the harm in disclosing our personal information. This made us feel very uncomfortable for the rest of our stay.…