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Not the most comfortable place to stay. Reception very welcoming. Room bare, noisy aircon. NO WIFI reception, except near office on street level.
Good security, bathroom a little walk down the hallway. 2 showers side by side in same room in men's.
Some food outlets,...More
We stayed here for a week and just appreciated everything. Our trip was all on a budget and so far this was the best solution to stay for a long week. Bathrooms are clean and there are lot of them so we did not have...More
I stayed there for 4 nights, I was impressed. First of all, the staff was friendly, second the rooms were clean (they dont smell great but they were clean). The showers arent as messy as i thought, worst thing i saw was some water on...More
The location is near the tube station. The area does not look so secure. The hostel staff are so friendly and helpful, and the rooms are clean but I cannot say the same thing for the bathrooms and the toilets. I don't think I have...More
I've been reading some bad reviews of the Harlem YMCA and thought I should share my experience!! I've just returned from a weeks stay in this hostel (got back to Britain yesterday!) and it was fantastic!
Bedrooms were clean and always made up nicely, the...More
US$ 31 - US$ 339 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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