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This hostel is a scam. They cancelled my booking and refused to give me back my deposit. Do not book there as they may just keep the money and don't give you a room.
I had to make another booking quite late which ends up...More
I stayed here when I first arrived in Canada and the hostel owner ripped me off for about $50. I contacted the hostel to tel them I was going to be day late as my flight was stuck in the snow in glasgow airport the...More
Stayed here January 2018, this Hostel is okay for what it is. We booked a private room at a cheap rate and didn’t have too many complaints. The Hostel is in a good location, about 2km away from downtown attractions, with a supermarket directly across...More
Would have given a full 3 star review but for a couple of issues. We stayed here for 2 nights Sep 8-10.
The guy had done a switcheroo on us and did not give us a private ensuite we had booked but just a private...More
My friend and I stayed at this hostel for three nights and could not have asked a better place- the location is perfect and just 5 min away from the Sherborne metro station linking you to line 1 if you fancy to go to Dundas....More
USD 59 - USD 103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
Kitchenette, Non-Smoking Rooms
Number of rooms
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