This is a hostel for party goers who like socializing and don't mind people shouting 24/24. Please don't forget to bring with you your earplugs like I did. You have to pay 25 pesos for the locker if you want to keep your valuables in a safe place. There is no internet access except wifi, which seems to be a norm in all Mexican hostels. Apart from that, it's close to Ado bus station and Plaza de las Palapas where you can enjoy real Mexico and have a nice meal.
Wonderful owners that cater to your needs, answer all your questions and give you tips re: sightseeing. I had a spacious room with kitchen space, fridge and my own bathroom. The room was cleaned everyday. There is a nice courtyard with trees, flowers and a table where you can sit by yourself or other guests. 5 minutes walk to the beach, a German Beerhalle and an Italian cafe on your way. Very close to a shopping centre (Wallmart or Mega). Also, very quiet and cozy. I`ll be back definitely!
First of all, the staff didn't speak a word of English or any other foreign language. The ambiance was bland and boring. Due to communication problems, I had a problem with booking a sightseeing tour where by the way the tour guide had completely abandoned us and stayed with his Peruvian clients for the entire day. The breakfast was simple and there was nobody to serve us as the food was left on a tray and covered with a red cloth (no chance to ask for extra coffee or anything).
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- Avid Traveller
- Male, 31-40
- (10 reviews)
Excellent, beyond words! Thanks people for making my stay an exceptional one! I will definitely come back to Lviv/Lwow/ Lemberg, a city I have fallen in love with :)
I just can't describe in words what a wonderful stay I had. I loved the decor, the kitchen area with a typical European breakfast - bread, jam, cheese, coffee or milk. The staff was extremely helpful and polite. I met lots of people from different European and non-European countries which made me realise that the Berlin Wall is rapidly disappearing from our consciousness. A perfect place for those interested in discovering the beauty of L'viv :)
- Avid Traveller
- Male, 41+
- (10 reviews)
This is the best hostel I\'ve ever been to.This place has a feeling of home - we even cooked together our \"pierogi\" dinner from scratch! The staff is extremely friendly and helpful with tips on places to visit and the practical info. And most of all, they are truly multilingual - would you expect someone at the reception to speak fluent Polish? Filipe, Joan and Oyell - you will be missed. I hope to return one day to Lisbon and stay with you!
I loved the ambiance, the clean sheets, a typical German "sauber", the location in the very heart of Prenzlauerberg. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. However, I would prefer to know the total price before the arrival, but I'm sure it's not the hostel's fault, but that of this website. I will definitely come back to explore the area and have ein Tasse cafe und Marzipan croissant in a local cafe :)
The owner of this establishment is extremely cheap and dishonest- no toilet paper in the bathroom, dirty sheets, no tv or internet. The breakfast consists of toast only and is served on a plate in his office which is a few blocks away. We had an extremely unpleasant stay at this hostel. We advise the Hostelworld to take a closer look at the people they sign contracts with as the owner of this place is a crook that doesn\\\'t deserve to be advertised on a civilized website.
This hostel doesn't have the internet, tv as indicated on hostel world. There is a lezard in the bathroom which makes the shower a kind of unpleasant experience. It's quite far from the Agra's town centre.