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All reviewshyde parkcentral stationfree wifimanager danielfemale dormtwin roomgreat locationnice place to stayhome away from homegood sizeair conditioninggreat roomthree nightsenjoyed my staytown hallcomfy bedrooms are clean
Disgusting. Horrible service, difficult manager with a bad attitude. You are forced to pay cash & not even given a receipt. When you ask for a receipt the manager responded 'don't be difficult'. Will be reporting this.
This is a lovely hostel, very homely and welcoming. Hostel manager Daniel is extremely helpful. Very clean throughout, kitchen has everything you need including an oven. Great room with comfy bed, personal locker, fridge and excellent wifi throughout!
I would definitely recommend this hostel to...More
I checked in same day when I found this place, lucky I know but the owner was very kind and nice on my arrival and has been good friend since my stay. The rooms are very clean and tidy, i'm traveling alone and feel very...More
Great for backpackers who want easy access to the city & are just after a bed for the night.
What we had:
4 nights separate double room with shared bathroom.
Dan (the live in landlord) was friendly & accommodating & kindly upgraded us...More
I've been in a double room with my friend and the location was great and close to everything.very Clean with free fast internet.the manager and the staff were friendly and I recommend this beautiful place
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