None of Unplugged's rooms come with private bathrooms. All facilities are shared amongst the hostel's 50-60 occupants, making this a rather crowded hostel. Amenities are very basic (the common area comprises several wooden tables and chairs, a tiny kitchenette, and a smoking area.
Rooms are tiny, with two bunk beds crammed into each room. There is no air-con, just a ceiling fan in each room. Guests are given a stack of bed linen upon arrival and expected to put them onto the beds themselves (they are also expected to return the bed linen to reception upon departure). The walls of the room are very thin, meaning that noises travel easily. Most guests go to bed past 3am so its always noisy, while check-out is at 10am. This means you hardly ever get a good night's sleep here.
All this for USD40 (per person) during late summer.