I stayed in a dorm room, and it was SUPER dark and dingy--not at all like the pictures. The beds were terribly creaky, and the walls were pretty thin. There's constant cigarette smoke in the courtyard, which leaks into the common area. But I suppose that's Eastern Europe for you. The hostel is in an okay location, about equidistant from the train station and the old town--but if I had to choose again, I would have stayed at one of the hostels in the old town.
The good--the staff are super friendly and the wifi reaches the dorm rooms. Actually, the staff were so nice that they deserve a second mention--they are full of information, ready to provide recommendations, print things for free and always have a smile. There's a small common area with a tiny kitchenette. Each bed gets a big locker, but most of them are in a narrow hallway outside of the room, which is awkward but no big deal. The dorm rooms are really big, so there's plenty of space to walk around.
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