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Despite having lockers we were told we could not use, they did not specify why. We still used one with our lock though.
The staff were a bit disappointing (very antisocial and spent all day lying down and eating fast food, meanwhile their wifes cleaned...More
Hostel is close to train station. Beds are very uncomfortable and squeaky and the pillows are uncomfy as well. A small locker is provided but it is not big enough to fit your bag in and a you need to bring your own lock. Showers...More
Was quite a mission to find this hostel, for anyone looking ia is down a little side alley and up unmarked stairs. You can see the 'hostel ana' graffiti on the first floor but entrance is unmarked. No security and bathrooms could use some work....More
Toilets without locks, kitechen that guests aren't allowed to use and an owner who sleeps in spare beds of the hostel. The front door was repaired half way through our stay meaning before that it was constantly open and anyone could wallk in.
First of all my girlfriend and I had booked to stay in the same room, which they were happy to take the deposit money for. On arrival, we were told they had essentially overbooked and that we would have to be split up, putting myself...More
US$ 18 - US$ 108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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