May 27 - May 28
Everyone was great and made our stay great,food and hospitality
Jun 15 - Jun 16
it was unique in style and conveniently located right by the train station.
May 31 - Jun 1
The luggages storage was not organized. People left their luggages every where in unorganized fashion.
Jun 7 - Jun 8
Had to sleep on a BROKEN BED FRAME, mattress sank, did not replace frame, major back pain, was there 2 weeks, the last 4 days they moved me into a much better room. All the staff was very nice except for the assistant manager, she was rude and argumentative when I tried to resolve said matter.
Jun 9 - Jun 10
The staff was super friendly and the rooms were very clean. My only complaint would be that it as very noisy outside.
The only thing that i really like about the hostel is its location - very close to yhe Central station and within walking distance from all the major sights. The cleanliness of the hostel is ok, but could be better. The kitchen is not open 24 hrs, which was a bummer for me. I had to check out early ...
May 31 - Jun 1
Even though they said it was hotel policy not to let me use my mothers credit card that was used to reserve my stay---Jenny would rather see me out on the street and still charge my mom's card, because they would not allow for any cancellation in their "policy"---I could not pay because I had my ...
Jun 5 - Jun 6
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