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1. It's definitely not a hostel, it's an apartment which you get one of the rooms, which mean you have unwanted roommates.
2. When I was there the hot water broke down and they sent us to take a shower in a GYM, without offer...More
I stayed at this hostel (apartment) & when I arrived was surprised to find it was an apartment split into mixed rooms.
It was very clean & contrary to other reviewer I witnessed the manager clean every day. It is very clean with wooden floors...More
The location is it's best asset. It's not in times square but 9th avenue between 43rd & 44th I think.
Check in in is located nearby and the Manager walks you up the street and 2 relatively steep flights of stairs. Ok without a suit...More
Location was pretty good and the area seemed decent enough; Plenty of dining choices around and only a few blocks from Times Sq.
The private room was tiny and a little chilly but nothing too serious.
My one and only complaint would be that the...More
When i first booked this hostel i was little afraid after receiving an email regarding renovation and change of location even after reading reviews of others receiving the same email and saying it turned out ok.
In the end someone did meet us as promised...More
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