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modern, in center of the town very basic rooms mine was 103 lift to 2nd floor then walk the corridor then down two flights of stairs to the room. Not what I want at over 60 with a big case no offer of help. Hotel was full of teen school groups some up to various pranks like stopping the lift working. Room was very basic twin, plain floors, television, with view of the multi car park - cars starting and stopping all day and at night and early in morning. Bathroom was very narrow but reasonable As you would expect with the kids excellent and fast Wifi Breakfast usual Continental help yourself, very good selection and very good standard cannot fault that. The staff at the desk where fairly un-interested and spent a lot of time smoking outside the front door It was good enough for three nights but the give away is of course in the name Jungengasthaus - I thought it was named as it was new - silly me. Not a place I will return to but ok if you are a back packer, have young family or teenage kids - not for us older types!!!!!!!!!!!!
the hotel is in the centre of town next to a shopping centre the staff were very helpful and friendly.a great breakfast plenty of choise my only complaint is you have to check out by 9.30 am i had a single room that was very clean and spaciousi will stay here again
Stayed at DJH while attending bvb football match. This was the first time I'd stayed in a hostel and was pleasantly surprised, I had a single ensuite room which was very clean with a comfortable bed, the continental breakfast was good. It was ideally located 5 minutes walk from Stadtgarten u bahn station and Vapiano restaurant next door. I would definitely stay here again.
I tried this room/hotel because of the location. Indeed the location was super. This was the only thing that was very good with the hotel. I booked a single room with bathroom for ~75 Euro, but I am feeling that was too much for what I get. If you judge the room and the overall experience as a hostel then -breakfast was very good -bathroom is convenient and clean -people are fine But if you judge it as a normal hotel, then you expect something more. After 2 nights I had to ask for a clean towel. Information inside the room was for the hostel type of rooms, and I thought housekeeping will leave a clean towel for me. The worst thing with the room is the sound of exhaust fan during the night. I believe that an air tube was passing through my room and I had to hear the noise of the air. If you need to stay there, and you are kind of sensitive with the noise keep away from 413 room!
We had the annual men only trip. Decided to go to BVB and booked this place to stay with 9 chaps. Bunker beds of which you need to do the linnen yourself. Shared bathrooms, but all clean and staff is very helpful. It is located right in the city centre. Dortmund is not the most vibrant city in terms of pub life, but Strade (a shopping mall pub) has some good ambiance.
For £50 a night for a double room with a filling breakfast what more can you ask. The rooms are spotless with a shared bathroom but so what. The location is excellent and is in the centre of the city. As its a hostel you have to make your own bed and bus your own trays but again so what. You get what you pay for. Go there if you're on a limited budget and don't you dare complain.
We came for a short weekend to watch a football game at Signal Iduna Parc. The hotel is perfectly situated at the center and have a good quality/price ratio. The reception was very friendly and helpful in giving advice for the way to the football stadium and also for restaurants.
Stayed here as a small group recently on a lads weekend away when attending the Borussia Dortmund vs Hamburg football game. We chose the single en-suite rooms (too old now for the dorms!) and we were very pleased with the experience. The hostel is completely central and in a perfect location to stroll to the main square where the best bars and restaurants can be found. It's also great for the local brewery bar, brauhaus Hovels, which is just around the corner. It also has great public transport links for getting to the BVB game. We found the staff to be very helpful, and there is a handy range of snacks and drinks for sale in the reception (including bottles of beer). The breakfast was typically continental, and I enjoyed eggs and bread with hot drinks on both days. The whole hostel is spotlessly clean, and the rooms were modern, comfy and functional. The shower was particularly powerful and I slept well both nights. It's not cheap by hostel standards, but having stopped there I do feel that it was worth the money for the benefits of an en-suite room and location. The hostel is no secret to BVB fans and seemed to be very popular for travelling football fans, but, unlike in my native England, there was no sign of trouble and atmosphere was very friendly and welcoming.
Recently stayed at this hotel (hostel) for a sporting event to watch BVB. Stayed here for one night. This is not to my usual standard, yet I was pleasantly surprised. The Hostel was clean and the staff very friendly and helpful. We had a twin room with en suite. The room was functional and clean. The cost extremely competitive. The location was superb in the centre of town. The Stadium is a good half hour walk away, trains are available if required. Could not fault the venue and would be happy to stay again should we get to play BVB in the future.
A few friends and I visited Dortmund to watch BVB vs Hertha BSC in December. We stayed at Jugendgastehaus Adolph Kolping for one night. For 33 euros each we were pleasantly surprised by the accommodation and service provided. We stayed in a room with an en-suite which amongst the best I've seen on my travels, as well as this the beds were comfortable and the room was nice and warm. As well as this, the staff were very helpful when we asked for help with directions to Signal Park (1.50 euro single on the metro). The breakfast buffet in the morning was very good and there was a wide variety of food, that was regularly replenished by the cooks. It is located very close to the metro train station and a 1 minute walk away from a central square, which was hosting an excellent Christmas Market (try the currywurst). If I have visit Dortmund again, I will definitely stay here again.
Located in Dortmund City Centre, DJH Jugendgästehaus Adolph Kolping - Hostel is within 2 miles (3 km) of popular attractions such as Westfalenhallen and Signal Iduna Park. This hostel has 127 rooms and welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning. At the end of the day, relax with a drink at the bar/lounge.
The 127 rooms are shared and have desks. Guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Climb into the memory foam bed for a pleasant night's sleep.
At DJH Jugendgästehaus Adolph Kolping - Hostel, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a conference center, and free newspapers. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the accommodations. Additional amenities include a terrace, barbecue grills, and a reception hall.