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I left my bread for a couple of hours and woman from reception ate it. I recognized my bread on her desk. She had a sandwich with it. I was surprised and sad. Not impressed. Other than that it's a good place but really hot....More
I think the first thing anyone considering the Hostel Bear should realise is that this is not a hotel, but this part of the reason why we stayed there. After a road trip of motels & hotels, & restaurants, we wanted to have a couple...More
Negative- Maybe hostels just aren't for me, but I would way rather camp. I don't mind bugs in the tent (I mean you are outdoors..) but bugs in a hostel room grosses me out! And there were quite a few in ours. Upon check in,...More
Stayed here en route to a ski trip in the mountains, desk lady wasn't incredibly friendly and halfway through cooking our dinner the fire alarm went off and we had to leave the building. After an hour waiting outside the firemen told us that the...More
No sleep at all. My room is right beside the train track. The room itself lack air circulation and one window is wide open. Other people snore and making much noises. I was woken up around 2am by few people that jux got in..the opening...More
We booked two double bed private room and showed up to find out they put us in a room with single bunk beds only.
I asked if they could fix that and they said "oh,no sorry we are sold out of double private rooms"...
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"if you are a group of 4, I recommend a private room which is cheaper and nicer"