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Whilst this hostel is relatively cheap to book you are getting what you are paying for it is literally the kind of hotel whereby you only want to rest your head it's not the kind of place you are going to want to spend time...More
I spent a very unpleasant night at this hotel. The staff didn't speak English nor Italian, only Chinese, so communication was almost impossible. They have 2 floors in a building located at a very shady street. We arrived at night and were scared to walk...More
I booked this place because of location, little did I know that I was shooting myself in the foot
...aaaah where do I start
1. It's in a dangerous street, do not book if you are a solo traveller
2. It's difficult to find as...More
The people there are extremely polite and kind. The place is very close to the metro station and many historical places and nobody ever harmed us. We had an amazing time, they asked us what time we want to have our breakfast and brought it...More
US$46 - US$102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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