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I loved staying in this hostel, i stayed in a 4 bed private room with 2 of my friends, and it was brilliant! The rooms was clean and tidy, and although it was small, it was cute! For the price, what else would you expect...More
This "hostel" uses deceptive advertising and false photos to charge for private rooms that don't exist. It has a dangerous amount of debris in the hallways, and puts space heaters in the rooms. It accepts cash only -- can you imagine? Only one dirty bathroom...More
Stayed at this hostel for a few days over new years. Prices jump up a lot with demand for holidays and special events. They were under construction while we stayed, and honestly, the place shouldn’t have had guests. The staff was really nice, but didn’t...More
This place was not what some reviews indicated, yes the staff might be nice, have no idea as I didn't want to sit around out the back and drink beer so they never really spoke to us.
Its in a ugly area, and unsafe at...More
Jordan and Kaleb in particular but all of the staff at this hostel are incredible!! Every day they put a plan on a whiteboard of the best 'local' must-see/do's and are more than happy to give top tips and accommodate to everyones need and wants...More
US$24 - US$42 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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