The hostel has a nice common room with free toast and coffee in the morning, and the rooms are clean and simple. But the bathrooms need some serious cleaning and are pretty dirty. Also, most of the staff didn't seem to speak english or to be very friendly or helpful, and only one of the staff could even recommend an area to eat but not even a specific restaurant. This is also an illegally run hostel and there is a sign in the lobby stating this and saying you could be kicked out at any time!!!
The pool is without a doubt the main selling point on this place, the rooms and all the other facilitates are very standard. The breakfast buffet is definitely a nice touch, however the staff is very surly and not very friendly, plus when you ask for recommendations on a tailor in Hoi An they definitely send you somewhere they receive a commission. However, the pool is great but everything is definitely a bit of a walk so renting bikes is recommended.
I cannot say enough good things about this hostel! This is without a doubt one of the best hostel I have ever stayed at anywhere in the world, and the staff is absolutely exceptional in every way. If you need any advice, need a new friend, or need to find a bar that's open after hours, they can help you out with whatever you need! The location is right next to the lake, walking distance to everything, and some of the dorms even have lovely little balconies overlooking the main street. The best!
I liked the hostel itself, it was nice a new, however some of the dorm rooms are directly beneath the bar, and they won't tell you that they've booked you into a room where music is thumping through the ceiling until the wee hours of the morning which was very unfortunate. The hostel also seems very clean, however I could hear rats running through the wall behind the head of my bed, which didn't lead to a sound night of sleep. The roof bar is fun, but the hostel's location is far from optimal.
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