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Melbourne International Hotel & Hostel

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Pueblo, Colorado
Reviewed 1 December 2015 via mobile

Front desk guy/owner acts like a disgruntled slave who's master is away..EXTREMELY RUDE...The cleaning lady told me to leave the kitchen while I was cooking and when I asked what I was supposed to do with my cooking food she said throw it away! Then the front desk guy came up with the cleaning lady's baby in his arms telling...

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Reviewed 8 September 2014

This was a very strange and creepy place to stay ever. Mean, rude ' baldy guy' at front desk. He could use some manners. Scary Adams family stair case with a chandelier over your head that swings by it's self.. The pretend kitchen has a duck taped blown out microwave sitting next to an electrical nightmare of a 2 burner...

5Thank Poneko
Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
Reviewed 31 August 2014

The worst hostel experience I had in my life. super dirty rooms, the bald guy at the counter was super unfriendly, located in the creepy part of town, which is thankfully at least pretty close to the center. Wifi was available but super slow. aside from the travelers the place is a home to some other rather unbalanced people. in...

5Thank OrenZiv2014
San Antonio
Reviewed 12 July 2014

I booked a day in advance and including linen paid less than $20. Additionally, I had the entire dormitory to myself. Also, each room has a security door so you feel, well secure. The location is perfect- amazing walkability to Denver hot spots. As far as hostels go this one wasn't particularly social, unfortunately, but hostels within the US tend...

1Thank Bailed
Gainesville, Florida
Reviewed 1 April 2014

After staying in places for similar prices abroad (not in Europe), this place was very decent for a hostel. Each room has it's own sink, there are security bars on the doors and there's a communal kitchen. The location is right on the light rail line and in walking distance to the pedestrian 16th street mall. We stayed here three...

2Thank Gypsy D
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Reviewed 16 February 2014

If you're looking for a cheap place to stay in the city of Denver, you could stay here for one night ($40 private for two people). It's a funny place. The floor and the bed couldn't be squeakier. The bed is pretty lousy, too. The night clerk was friendly, but whoa, the guy/manager in the morning was as rude as...

Thank M J B
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 9 October 2013

Let me start by saying this review is based on my TERRIBLE correspondence with the MANAGER (thats right, the guy IN CHARGE). I sent him an email asking how the online rate of a particular room ($40/night) was going to be charged based on the occupancy of that room (each person vs total), and maybe a question or two on...

Thank mdstephan
Denver, Colorado
Reviewed 1 September 2013

I stopped in yesterday to get a price quote And was told by the owner/manager that They may not be able to accommodate me because I am American And they had too many Americans staying already. I asked for a private room knowing that they rent them always when they can accommodate. After having lunch with my mother we stopped...

Thank Simple S
The Hague, The Netherlands
Reviewed 3 August 2013

No, it's not the prettiest street in Denver. It's not the prettiest of buildings either...but it's definitly not the hellhole or ghetto some reviews make it out to be. As long as you realize it is a hostel and not a 'real' hotel you're just fine. Despite it being pretty old, the rooms and facilities are clean. It is a...

2Thank YerBruv
Wichita, Kansas
Reviewed 10 January 2013

I have often stayed at this place when doing an overnight in Denver. The place is old and it has a long term guest policy. The long term guests are mixed bag. You can meet some cool travelers from other parts of the country, or transient, state welfare people who are on some half-way house transition. The hostel is right...

4Thank Salina M

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Additional Information about Melbourne International Hotel & Hostel

Address: 607 22nd St., Denver, CO 80205
Region: United States > Colorado > Denver > Five Points
Price Range: ₹ 840 - ₹ 2,519 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 10
Also Known As:
Melbourne International Hotel Denver
Melbourne International Hotel And Hostel
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“the best tip is do not go there.”
Poneko, 8 Sep 2014 | Read review
“There's a bus depot on the corner - if you get a room near it you'll hear people at all hours of the morning on the street below.”
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934gypsyd, 31 Mar 2014 | Read review
“Be sure you don't get the rooms smack next to the bathrooms at the end of the hall.”
MJB13, 16 Feb 2014 | Read review
“Rooms in a completely different hostel are best.”
mdstephan, 9 Oct 2013 | Read review
“Choose a park bench over any bed in this sewer hole.”
StephanieR725, 9 Oct 2012 | Read review
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