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Either you love it or hate it... There are a lot of mattresses in this place, and small kitchen. It looks a bit improvisional. Almost no privacy, and everything is a bit narrow. In my opinion it is perfect for kind of Hippie experience.
This is honestly the worst hostel I have ever been to and I cannot understand how it meets standards to keep on trading.
From looking on their website, the hostel seemed ok, however when we arrived it was nothing like what we expected. It is...More
My friend and I stayed here for 3 nights. The first thing is very helpful and polite staff, we arrived at 8 a.m from night spent in bus from Toronto. Were immediatly checked in! We did not expect it! We recieved a small room next...More
Okay, so this has gotten some bad reviews. Well, people, what do ya expect for 20 dollars a night?? As for the bedbugs, any place can get them - upscale hotels get them. It happens. It doesn't mean it's always problem. When I was there,...More
Not professional -I reserved a private room for (2) a month in advance, confirmed via email and phone 3 days before arriving and when we got there they acted liked they had always had a different day for my arrival. Other people we met up...More
US$25 - US$76 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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