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There is a Spanish gypsy that lives in the 8 person dorm room on the first floor closest to the entrance. She stole £300 and about $300 AU from me, £90 from my sister and bits and pieces from other people in the dorm. We...More
Rude charmless staff, dirty and smelly rooms and also common areas, noisy and unsafe rooms... Very disappointed... just wondering why so many people still booking... Seriously don't waste your money, there is a lot of nice hostels in london almost the same price.
The worst place I ever slept in! Noisy and bad-smelling. Unfriendly staff. The only positive thing: its location. Why the owner doesn't take care of what could be a beautiful building and a decent hotel?
Having looked at the reviews the morning before we arrived i was a little nervous as the average review said11%. We have stayed in hostels all over Europe and this certainly wasnt the worst! The receptionist was nice and helped us to the nearest cash...More
I've read most of the review, but I thought people were exaggerating, but this is the dirtiest hostel I've seen. The staff was unfriendly, there was only one man(from the staff) who was friendly and helpful.
The toilets and showers were utterly dirty.
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US$372 - US$857 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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