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I stayed on 25th Oct Night , place is extremely basic but a Helpful Staff (latin American) ;
Ridiculous pricing Euro100 per night, shear exploitation ;
Supposed to be for back packer , avoid (if possible);
The worst hostel I've ever stayed. Room is not comfortable and dirty. The lighting is dim. The fan is broken. Door handle on the balcony is broken. On the balcony are mountains of trash and dust. Acoustics awful. All night we were hearing doorbells of...More
Me and my sister stayed at this "Hostel" at the end of April. Even by hostels standards this was outrageous. We arrived to an entry area that smelt like cigarettes because the receptionists, two young males, were smoking out the window right in front of...More
The hotel needs to change its name in hostel to avoid misunderstandings. Btw, the position is absolutely amazing and the area is surrounded by any type of shops, bars, restaurants and services. Tram, bus and metro stations are so close that it is possible to...More
This was the worst hostel I`ve ever been. Staff was very unfriendly and uncooperative, the bathroom was very dirty, we didn`t even use it, the room also smells, we didn`t have basic things in the room (soap, toilet paper, blanket..)!! A very bad experience, fortunately...More
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