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Stayed in Republia for several nights. Depending who was working on the reception depended on what price you were charged for a room. 60 or 70 B for a dorm. 160 or 180 B for a double. It had a air of dishonesty about it....More
The mattress springs had sharp ends poking up, it hurt!!! Towels smelled weird, wifi didn't work in the room, extremely cold, the door to our room had no latch, and breakfast was disappointing. However there was hot water in the shower so that was nice....More
Unfortunately we had a really bad experience with this hostel - we totally advice you not to go there.
They say the reception of the hotel is opened 24h, and we knew the hostel had free rooms so at 5,30am we arrived at the hostel...More
It's seems to be kind of unsafe to walk from it to downtown.
The night was very cold and there's no heater on the bedrooms, which, by the way, had a very strong smell of wood cleaning products.
The beds, however, were comfortable and the...More
We stayed in this Hostel for 5 nights in a private room and it was a pleasent stay. The Wifi was ok to work and even stream Netflix. The breakfast was very basic as in every other place in South America we stayed in. Our...More
$20 - $35 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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