The only problem I had with them is the female shower on the fourth floor. It apparently used to be just a toilet then they upgraded it into a shower room. The switch of the shower is still for the toilet so you need to push the bottom every ten or fifteen seconds to keep the water coming down. And the mix dorm on the fourth floor is just so noisy at night, so make sure you pack your earplugs ! Except that, it is perfect if you have an early morning train to catch at St.Pancras .
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (8 reviews)
I arrived only to found the hostel is closed because of maintenance and the owner of the hostel happened to see me standing outside on the street . So he walked me to Athens Studio , another hostel that's close to the Acropolis Museum . The new one is pretty good actually. The 6 bed female dorm is spacious, with a water kettle and lockers.It even has a balcony and a somewhat partially functional kitchen area. Two minutes walk from the museum and great location.
Great location. Five minutes walk from the metro station. Walking distance to the Acropolis.
One of the best hostels that I have stayed in the US. Great location :close to metro, a lot of the tourist attractions are walkable from the hostel. Chinatown is several blocks away and you can always get wonderful food there. Nice breakfast and super helpful staff. Clean ans safe . I like the guy working in the kitchen . He will ask every guest to say Good morning in their own language and responds in the guest's native language.
I stayed at their female dorm. There were 16 of us. But the bathroom and shower are in the dorm so you don't need to walk out of the dorm to take a shower , this is really convenient. A fully functional kitchen , only four blocks from Independence Hall. Great place to stay in Philadelphia.
The best hostel I have stayed at so far. Great facilities. We watched World Cup in their Theater with people around the world. Dorm is super clean and quiet. Bus runs right in front of the hostel and only one block away from the metro. I would like to say Thank you to them because I had hurt my toe in Boston before I came to NY and could not walk properly for a few days. The reception lent me a pair of crutches for free so I could walk around in NY. They saved my trip in NY. :)