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I didn't realise this was above a club, i got no sleep which was a pain. It was ok not the best, but would avoid if you want to sleep and don't want to lie awake all night. If you are after the party scene...More
The location is excellent and the price is extremely cheap for its location. That being said the rooms are a bit stuffy (no AC) and there is a club across the street that plays really loud music till one or two in the morning. The...More
Been travelling Australia for 2 months and this is by far the worst hostel I've stayed at.
1. Lift broken so had to bring our big bags up 4 flights of stairs
2. Cockroaches, bathroom kitchen and rooms
3. 1 toilet and 2 showers for...More
Dirty, old, disgusting. Nothing like the photos. Smells. Rude staff. Location is good but that's the only positive I can think of! The whole place needs completely re doing. Above a loud and smelly bar. No fans in rooms. Bathrooms were not cleaned in 3...More
I stayed here in a 4shared. The rooms are just simple, with a bed and a locker. The bathrooms are very clean! There is in the ladies bathroom a hairdryer, always good!
The kitchen is ok, its not very clean and there are just bars...More
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