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Very expensive, you have to pay for the sheets, the only one kitchen and the two bathrooms are not enough for the more of 45 rooms, receptionist very rude, no space in the room with a very bad smell due to the impossibility to open...More
Very well located, this hostel is cheap and you get what you pay for. If staying for a couple of days and wanting a place to rest your head then this is fine.
The rooms are clean and fairly new, It can get noisy but...More
They charge for the sheets (50 SEK).
The staff is evil, arrogant and whiney.
No windows in the dorms = No natural light.
The place is a mess, dirt everywhere and molded food in the fridge.
Save your money, go somewhere else or...More
I wouldn't recommend staying at this hostel - it's definitely one of the worst hostels / hotels / etc I've ever stayed in. There's no external windows (or internal windows), so no natural light whatsoever. The ceilings are low, and every room & corridor is...More
Okay, this is the worst hostel I've been to.
- No proper internet connection, either fails to connect or has very slow speed. It worked sometimes in the morning. Internet is a must!
- You need to pay for the bed sheets and towels.
US$25 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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