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We stayed here this week.The Hostal is not easy to find, It's run by Pakistani.
We booked a 2 persons room (got a 4).
In one word Awfull!!
I travelled to many hostels all over Europe. There are good and bad ones off course.
This pension should not be open for business. How many people will be ripped off before something is done about the place. It is an absolute dump and deathtrap of comical porportions, I agree with the previous reviewer who said it must of been the...More
Our first impressions of Manu Pension were poor. The staff on the front desk were very disorganised with guests having to wait over an hour to be given a room. You could sense their frustration as they had arrived after the specified time to be...More
If you are looking for a decent place to sleep with honest hostel owners, stay FAR AWAY. The managers here are absolutely awful, and are dishonest, don't speak English well, and only want your money. I tried to make a reservation on the phone with...More
DONT EVER GO TO THIS PLACE!!!
my gf and i thought it was great since on the net it seems like a cheap and great place. then we got our own apartment offered for the same price. we got there and the kitchen was full...More
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