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Cool little hostel, central to bus stops, train stations, Easy train ride from the international airport.
Free muffins and coffee every morning, staff were friendly.
Rooms are what you would expect at a hostel, small but enough space for a backpack if you are only...More
I was expecting at least hot water and warm clean rooms. It's cold, not clean, cold showers and leaky roofs.
Free breaky is coffee and a muffin. I'm sorry but that's not breaky in my mind.
One positive thing is that the beds are comfortable.
I spent eight nights here with a friend and, although basic, it is very good value for money. The room we shared was small but big enough for us to live out of our suitcases; it was quiet - except when the bins were being...More
This hostel is what it is. It is two stars. It's nothing fancy. It's old and the rooms are small. There are some pros and definitely some areas that can be worked on.
Location is fantastic - close to Waterfront station and a short walk...More
I stayed here for 1 night in a 2 bed shared room. The room was tiny but was clean.
The door to the female bathroom didn't close and they are located in a busy hallway next to the stairs so I felt pretty exposed. I've...More
Response from Mariana B, Manager at Cambie Hostel - SeymourResponded 4 October 2016
We'll definitely pass on your suggestions to our maintenance team regarding the washrooms. We're glad to hear our central location was helpful for your city adventures. Hope to have you back soon!
Cambie Hostel Management
USD 29 - USD 62 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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