This place sits on a million dollar location, only few minutes away by walk to the most amazing sights in Moscow. The only issue, try to Lear and speak a bit of Russian, locals are welcoming, but they don't master the English or other European language.
very noisy. the room that I was allocated, every night, someone different was sleeping there, with no luggage, no keys or lockers were offered. a bit run down.
The staff were amazing! Everything was excellent, bed very comfy, the only let down was room 105 being a bit too small for 4 bunk beds, with 8 people staying only inches away from each other. Otherwise fine. I would stay again!
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- Avid Traveller
- Female, 31-40
- (17 reviews)
I really enjoyed my stay, it was the first time ever I've stayed at a gay hostel. I will definitely come back again.
Wifi nightmare, toilets too far from room, floor very noisy. Lots of school groups making noisy all night, unable to sleep for two days, awful.
This place looks like a factory rather than a hostel, very dark and lacks natural light, toilets and showers too far from rooms, no free wi fi at all, roof top bar ok, but drinks could be cheaper. It lacks atmosphere, quite few workers from near by countries staying for long term.
I wasn't very impressed with my stay here, there was hardly anything to do or places to eat, when I asked a member of staff where to go and have some food, I was told down the road there is mc Donald's and KFC, very poor choice, as South Africa has amazing food and the least I wanna do when travelling is go to an American fast food chain. Plus the staff seamed to be more interested in playing pool and swearing at the reception than helping us to get the most of Port Elizabeth.
I'd like to thank all the staff for making my stay such a memorable one! They were very kind and extremely helpful!
The best hostel in the world! With the most amazing and helpful staff!
This was probably the worst place I ever stayed in my life. Never, never again!
Very basic place to stay.