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The Nameless Place

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    Toronto
    Reviewed 29 September 2007

    We booked a reservation for this place sight unseen based on its low price and promises of a safe and relaxing place to stay. When we arrived there was noone at the front "desk" and no answer when we rang the doorbell with a paper reading "ring for service" taped to it. The place was deserted. We called the cell...

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    Chicago, IL
    Reviewed 6 August 2006

    The Nameless Place does not need a name, because it is too spectacular for words to describe. Low rates. Friendly staff. Comfortable beds. Great environment to meet travelers of all types from around the globe. Secure as the behind of a nun. Now that is security!

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    merida
    Reviewed 19 July 2006

    we have been in the nameless place three nights now and are enjoying the mellow nature of it. the private rooms have 15 ft cielings and are spacious with comfortable beds. full kitchen use with contential breakfast and a fridge that keeps your beer the perfect frosty temp. the rates are par for the area minus a little even with...

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    georgia, usa
    1 review
    1 helpful vote
    Reviewed 9 July 2006

    we were met at the bus station by a very friendly man named Raul, who owned the hostel. he took us to the hostel and we were happy to find that it reminded us of new orleans guest houses with old shutters, a large courtyard, and well ventilated rooms. It had a wonderful location near most locations in town.

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    Kuenzelsau
    1 review
    1 helpful vote
    Reviewed 4 July 2006

    We stayed one night at the Nameless Place in Merida. It is quite a typical backpacker´s place. You can get a cheap bed in the dorm (50 Pesos), sanitary facilities are ok and security is good (security camaras and lockers). The location is great, just one block away from the zocalo and there is a nice inner courtyard and kitchen...

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    Reviewed 14 May 2006

    We had booked a private room in advance for two nights at the Nameless Place. On arrival, it appeared decent from the sidewalk, but upon entering it was apparent that the hostel is very run down. Our room was a decent size, and with a private bathroom, balcony, closet, nightstand, and dresser, but the bathroom appeared very dirty, and there...

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    Phoenix, Arizona
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    Reviewed 19 April 2006

    After a month of travelling in the Yucatan, this was the poorest hostel we stayed at. It did have a good location and the requisite number of beds per room, but the rooms were poorly cleaned, the shower did not drain (at ALL - water and old hair was spilling onto the floor), and the general atmosphere was eerily deserted....

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    Official Description (provided by the hotel)
    A Merida Hostel, The nameless place THE BEST PRICES, BEST SECURITY . "THE BEST LOCATED HOSTEL IN MERIDA according to The English Publication 'Hidden Magazine'. It is a comfortable and reasonably clean place SMACK IN THE MIDDLE OF EVERYTHING. ... more   less 

    Additional Information about The Nameless Place

    Address: Calle 57 #495 | between Calles 58 and 60, Merida 97100, Mexico
    Region: Mexico > Yucatan Peninsula > Yucatan > Merida
    Price Range: €5 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
    Number of rooms: 28
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