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The hostel is quiet dirty, the bathroom shared is rally small And we foound paper With Blood on all the floor... The other With the shower is impossible to close, And to close the door of the room we our personal locker or the Door Will Leave open. There is a dog, insects in the room. Last day the receptionist also tryed to ask us more money than was Written in our booking confirmation but finally we payid the correct amount, that i think is also too much for this 'hostel '
Place was kind of strange. Good location but not a great vibe. Might be just because Córdoba is off the normal Gringo tour route. Place has a rock climbing wall which seems to be the owners focus. Not much help with what to do in town. No ac in the rooms and the place is a bit hot.
The facilities (bathroom, toilet, kitchen etc.) Are a bit run down, but the madras was good. And they have a climbing wall :-)
Good location. Not very many people staying so it was nice and quiet. Staff were helpful most of the time, some English. The room I stayed in had outlet plugs in the lockers, which was really nice to charge things and have them secure. Good wifi connection
Maybe figure out away, that people can enter the hostel with a card ord key. This might allow people to entrr the hostel by themselves during the night.
My stay was amazing! The staff made me feel right at home! Seba is the coolest hippy you'll find, Majo is one burly goalkeeper so don't mess with her, Ivan is a machine and Wolf owes me a fernet but he's still cool.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
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