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We were doing a two night stay in NY on way to another city. It was mid-April so the weather was sunny but not too humid. The hostel is in a very good location but really is a bed with nothing else to offer. The...More
We had 2 beds in a 6 bed dormitory, it was clean and near from a metro station. The reception was helpful and seems they organize some trips and events for the hostel gusts. Generally it is for students and the prices are acceptable. The...More
The guy at the desk is not the most ''friendly'' person in the world, in fact the only time he was nice to me was when i was leaving. I had the private room downstairs with a shared bathroom..What they don't tell you on the...More
We've booked for 3 people (2 guys, 1 girl)
The guys shared a room and I (the girl) was put in a 2-person room with another girl.
The rooms were in the same building and were near eachother.
The rooms were OK, bunkbeds and a...More
Me and friend stayed here for the last night of our NYC trip, it was short notice but the staff we great. Rooms are reasonably priced for the central location, secure if a little basic. Breakfast consists little more of an orange and a bowl...More
$73 - $181 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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i pay 5 bucks for a big one for 24 hours-its great-i get in at 6 am-go to the hostel and store my bag-and either hang in the common room and watch tv or sleep-check in is around 2 or go enjoy new york with no bags-same when... More
i pay 5 bucks for a big one for 24 hours-its great-i get in at 6 am-go to the hostel and store my bag-and either hang in the common room and watch tv or sleep-check in is around 2 or go enjoy new york with no bags-same when you check out-i store my bag till i have to go catch my flight-best place ever
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"Book your hostel beforehand =) / Бронируйсте свой хостел заранее, в противном случае придётся жить здесь =))"