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Cheap dorm hostel but the room cleanliness and common room are not in good nice condition, although there is someone doing the sweeping and moping everyday but the overall area still "sticky and a bit of smelly" especially the pantry.
However it is still a...More
My partner and I booked 2 nights in the cheapest, mixed dorm room. We arrived before check in time but fortunately they had a place for us to leave our bags.
When we checked in later they didn't have enough blankets for us so we...More
Location was fab in the city and good price compared to most. Hostel has the potential to be good with spacious dorm rooms. However in our 3night stay the room was not cleaned at all and it was filthy when we arrived! Beds not cleaned...More
The hostel is very central and compared to the others it's quite cheap, but the rooms aren't very clean, the common room isn't too big/nice and the kitchen is WAY too small. If you're low on money this is a good option, but if you're...More
Filthy rooms, unfriendly residents, the kitchen was unusable with no utensils and incredibly dirty. Bathrooms were coated in hair and never cleaned (we showered with shoes on), people smoked indoors, the staff were incredibly rude and unhelpful and there was no area to leave our...More
US$19 - US$78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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