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We arrived lat at night and we found out that the coffee shop was the reception. Upstairs you just have a small bathroom for all the rooms (5 dorms)
It very not comfortable or welcoming place. I understand this is a youth hostel but 150/...More
watch out for which room you get!! if you get no.9, make sure you decline!! this is definitely not fine, theres a mouse in the house!
for the amount of money i paid for 3 nights, i did NOT expect to be sharing my private...More
This place was absolutely disgusting. For the price I wasn't expecting much but for €400 I expected more. The stairs were a death trap and impossible to climb. The room was old, dirty, smelly and the only plug was nearly impossible to find. When we...More
You get what you pay for while staying here. In my room, guests came in at 1am and talked with the lights on until 4am, then the manager came in the room yelling at the girl below me because she was sleeping in someone else's...More
Can you think about the worst customer service? This is worst...
Can you imagine the smallest hostel room? This is smaller...
Can you remember the narrowest stair? This is narrower...
If you want to find the worst place to stay, probably in the World, well,...More
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