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This hostel is horrible, dirty, rude and unhelpful staff and not even a fan to cool a room of 10 adults. The bathroom is a joke, not only dirty and numerous different years of painting on the walls but the showers are freezing and range...More
Im currently staying at the M&J Hostel, wich i beleave is the same company, everything from their rooms to the personel of the restaurant is just awful, its really expensive and the quality is disgusting, no kitchen, no wifi in the rooms, every single frozen...More
I was in a dorm of 6 and the room was spacious although no lockers in the room. Bathroom was clean. Hot shower. The kitchen is very very basic (no microwave) and bit run down, the common area is tiny but found it a nice...More
Great restaurant with great food. Great location. Room 103 not so good. Stunk like mould. Mould on the ceiling in the shower. Dark ,no windows that open. Cold, no heat. They should not be using this room. Very disgusting. Asked for a new room. None...More
It was dirty, they make you pay more than how much it seys on the page, I payed for a room of 6 people and they putted me in a room of 10, they are so rude. I really DO NOT recommend this hostel, seriously
USD 25 - USD 111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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