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Harpenden, United Kingdom
Reviewed 30 December 2015

If you plan on staying out until 5am, this place will be fine for you. However if you're in the hostel from 9pm-5am and want to sleep, you will have festival-loud dubstep-infused-EDM pumping through your room. I'm so tired.

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Barcelona, Spain
Reviewed 26 November 2015

The hostel is managed for young guys. They seem cool and friendly, but they're more worry about chilling and smoking pot than about caring about their guests (specially if you aren't a girl). Breakfast isn't included, they air-con didn't work and they just have too many beds per room. They didn't have hot water for a couple of days and...

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New South Wales, Australia
Reviewed 6 September 2015 via mobile

We left our previous location two days early for Tulum which we were booked into another hostel but not until couple days later so we thought we will just stay here for two nights.. Wish we had access to wifi to look it up beforehand bloody hell. So the best part is having wifi in our room. Otherwise don't bother.....

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Berlin, Germany
Reviewed 2 May 2015

If you like dirty rooms with hair, used bed sheets, broken and disgusting toilets, as well as a noisy generators in front of your door, loud electronic music 24/7 and drunk staff (feeling to hip for the world!) for a high price - this is the place where you wanna go to!

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Kranj, Slovenia
Reviewed 17 January 2015

This has to be the worst place i have ever stayed at. And I am not a person who needs a lot to be satisfied with accommodation. The place was pretty expensive, considering what you get. The problem was that every other place was booked out. We stayed (2 people) in a room for 4 people. The room was dark,...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 September 2014

My friend and I were already regretting booking two nights at this hostel after five minutes of being there. Where do I start? As soon as we walked into the room it smelled of damp and mould. There was mould on the walls and on the pillows. We were given some bedsheets which didn't smell great either. The room was...

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Thank elinamos
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 16 August 2014 via mobile

This might be one of the cheapest hostels in town. But not nessersaryly one of the best ones. Cause Lthough everything is promiseded, nothing is included. Do you like 2am discos that consist of only 6 lonely men? Do you like air con? Do you like a fan? Do you like towels? Do you like being able to go to...

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Thank LouisV89
London
Reviewed 2 August 2014

We didn't originally plan on staying here but the owner poached us in off the streets as we wandered along looking for a hostel. Santiago (the owner) was really friendly at first making us feel very welcome. After paying for 2 nights he then told us that there was going to be a party for the opening of the rooftop...

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Tulum, Mexico
Reviewed 30 July 2014

Okay, first things first. I chose Tulum for the stay, because i wanted some nice, decent, quiet days, where i could also find some bars at night. I stayed in the Hikuri for 3 nights. When i came there, the guy from the reception gave me clothes for the bed and showed me the room. Then he said he had...

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Thank Nils O
Reviewed 11 July 2014

Wasn't originally planning on staying here but only did so because it was in a very good location & we were given a cheap deal haha. I had no expectations of this place at all considering that it was completely empty & we were the only guests for the first couple of days. Rooms itself & the kitchen were shabby...

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“Make a favor to yourself and take some time to find a better place. For the same price you can find much better places in Tulum.”
 of 5 bubbles MarquitosV, 26 Nov 2015 | Read review
“It's not on the beach, but worth the bike ride to stay here”
 of 5 bubbles 280Stellaz, 15 Jun 2014 | Read review
“Rooms closer to the street are quieter (theres a bar in the bar)”
 of 5 bubbles 402emilyb, 21 Jan 2014 | Read review
“Pack some earplugs as its near the main road, but usually really quiet by midnight!”
 of 5 bubbles APowney, 27 Nov 2013 | Read review
“Rooms near the entrance tend to be a little noiser”
 of 5 bubbles kimberleyd161, 5 Oct 2013 | Read review
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