Stephen Dioneda

Stephen Dioneda

Male, 41, Philippines
Location: Bangkok
Hostels Visited: 43
Reviews Added: 35

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23rd Aug 2010 12:12

Hey, Yeah the Urban Age is OK. I am sure there is better out there if you decided to look around. The location is really good, it's located in the business district however at night it turns into a party area (famous Patpong area). Having no window in the room is something I don't like but when you think about it you probably wouldn't have anything nice to look at anyway + with the pollution and smell of the city the window wouldn't stay open for long. It is a decent place to meet people as the lobby area is cool and chilled out. The staff are helpful and speak perfect English. Let me know if you have any further questions.


13th Apr 2009 15:07

Sorry for late response. My score for this hotel is 70. For transportation from airport to hotel, I requested hotel to arrange airport pickup, which is US5 per person. Hope can useful... Have a good trip.


29th Nov 2007 07:35

Hello- I went to Lisbon a couple years ago and stayed pretty close to Rossio Plaza. I loved the city-its a bit hard to find your way though...make sure to go up to the castle and just hang out- its beautiful.


28th Aug 2007 09:18

so freestyle hostel huh? where was that at? yellow was just off the blue subway line about two stops from the colliseum. my next vacation is probably next june, probably to amsterdam and france. i don\'t know if I could get to dubai, but who knows. At this point, I\'m planning for amsterdam, france, spain, and maybe ireland.later.


27th Aug 2007 21:52

hey, well, the yellow was a good place to party and stuff. But how old are you? I\'m 25 and I think the people there were in their late teens or early twenties. First off, our room was overly hot because the air conditioners from other rooms, blew heat into our room (which was already 95 degrees) so it made it almost nearly impossible to sleep. staff weren\'t very receptive to that, and to be honest, the heat could have killed someone it was that hot. and they didn\'t fix the toilet when someone dumped a terd the size of a football in the toilet, so we couldn\'t use it. So hope this helps, where have you stayed in rome before?

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