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It is a party house, not a place for sleep. We couldn´t sleep untill 4 am because staff and some guests playing youtube funny videos at the reception room or singing, swearing (just behind the tiny wall). Actually it was the same for 3 nights....More
I arrived as a customer, I left as a friend! Esra is the main owner of LW, she will take care of you! When you first find the location you will wonder what you have gotten yourself into. Entrance is not flashy, understated, then you...More
just forget this, try the other hostel.
they even told us we will have discount, but finally we had to pay more
as I could understand, the other gusts had had like this problem with the woman who was in charge there.
the services do...More
This was the worst hotel experience I've ever had. In the middle of the night, the man working at the hotel (reception, etc.) used a key to enter our room while we were trying to sleep. He was clearly very drunk. My husband ushered him...More
(I'm poor in English please consider that.)
I stayed at this G/H for 4 nights. It was totally a nightmare.
1. Difficult to find this place. It locates at a small path.
2. Dfficult to sleep at night. There are several pub restaurants near this...More
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