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The joint rocks pretty much what a hostel should be a space for everyone
The hostel has nice, clean bathrooms and good wifi (also breakfast), but that's about the only good things. Not only do the dorms have no windows (that means no ventilation...the dorm room smelled pretty bad), but the bunk beds are the kind that creak and shake with a slight turn. There are lots of signs up saying that the hostel isn't responsible for stolen items...take it as a warning and use the lock boxes. Obviously the staff isn't trusted (a few staff were nice, a few were pretty rude)! :(
Dorm should be ventilated more, as I was staying for quite long time and one room had really bad smell all the time. I was able to change the room, but it is not supposed to be like that
The bar tender was truly awesome and made our stay very enjoyable! We met a few travellers although it seemed very quiet in the hostel. We had a private room with a shared bathroom. All facilities were kept very clean and tidy. We loved our room and the Lucha Libre tour!! Great start to our Mexican adventure. A day trip to Teotehuacan was also well worth it- it was easy having a tour and bus agent in the hostel!
It's a nice hostel just 15 minutes walking from the zocalo. Close to metro station and with comfortable bedrooms and clean bathrooms. The breakfast includes fresh fruit, pancake, cereals, jam, and hot drinks (caffe tea)
Very friendly staff, central location, early evening party atmosphere, quiet at night.