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I stayed one night at the end of June 2017. The room that I got was quite noisy. I had workers just in front of my window since the place is under construction/ refurbishment. Construction working hours will be Mon-Fri 8:00-18:00/ Sat 8:00-13:00. This was...More
I don't recommend this hostel at all. I don't mind hostels if they're generally ok and clean, but this one is a mess. Being renovated, building work from 0800, scruffy, holes in carpets and doors, no decent security, cupboards falling apart, rubbish up the stairs...More
I'm writing this because I fell they should have put something on their website. There are building works completed literally outside your window until at least August 2017. WE had people sawing and hammering from about 8:30am and a builder was literally 5 meters from...More
Clearly trained at the Faulty Towers School of Blunders. After letting me down (they had double-booked due to an error), but nevertheless taking money out of my account extremely promptly, they sent me an email asking me to confirm that I wanted to cancel and...More
I will never come to this place again.
The headboard was broken off of the bed.
There was a bedside lamp, which wasn't plugged in... because there was no socket for it!? So why put it there!?
The pillows were damp.
When I booked through...More
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