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Myself and my partner were expecting good things from this hostel, however it turned out to be a very dissapointing stay. We booked a dorm room to begin with and then a private room for the following night. Upon check in to our second room,...More
Dorm is really worth of your money (only 120bath/per night). Clean and not too busy., there's only like ten beds in the dorm. Really nice balcony to spend the hottest hours of the day.
And downstairs all day breakfast is killer ✌️
I stayed here with my partner in a private room, basic double bed room, clean and perfect for the price.
the guest house has an absolutely beautiful outside garden situated on the second floor with beds you can relax on, lovely at night time with...More
At $14 a night we didn't expect much but I have to say this is one of the worst hostels I stayed at during my 5 week trip. The lobby was chill and had a restaurant but was pretty dirty, no one told us that...More
We stayed for two nights here and had a private room. The room was almost the same size as the double bed, very small.
There is a very cute cat that likes to come in your room and jump on your bed, if you have...More
US$10 - US$10 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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"If there's no more private rooms, go for the dorms, they usually have an extra bed or two available."