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Pros: Good location within Burlington, although it's a small city anyway. Friendly staff. Beds comfortable. Lounge room is spacious. Security lockers available for valuables. Good vibe about the place, much like the city itself. Free DIY waffles for breakfast. Clean hostel and facilities, and hot showers. Cons: The rooms aren't really rooms since the "doors" are only curtains; it adds to the charm of the place, but keep it in mind if security and privacy are major concerns of yours.
Great location, every clean, and very friendly and helpful staff.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 41+
- (1 review)
We booked two beds in a room for 8 persons but were alone in our room. It was very clean and in a good state. Our room was without window with noisy air condition what is disturbing during night. Staff was professional. The breakfast was simple and tasty. Parking on public street during the night free.
It's not your traditional hostel, more of a communal B
Eh its just desolate. Old people use it for cheap beds then snore all night ruining everyone's sleep. There are minimal walls so sound carries through the entire place. Breakfast is waffles and coffee, super healthy and nutritious. BYO diabetes. Why Americans think is a decent way to start the day is beyond me. Beds are rigid foam which dips in the middle. Pillows are apparently made of some kind of cement. No booze allowed But you'll want some to get you through. Pros: Clean.