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This hostel is actually student dorm, so rooms and kitchen’s equipment are meant for students and are therefore not in the best condition. Our room was big enough for two, has the large closet, clean sheets, but not so clean bathroom. Towels are not included....More
We booked on price, and to be fair we should have spent a bit more. The rooms were very sparse with very thin mattresses the floor had more cushioning. The showers were ensuite but not clean, a bit like the whole hostel.
The kitchen was...More
We arrived to find out you have to pay with cash so they took our Id instead as we had no cash.
We were directed to our room and we tried to charge our phone and the electricity didn't work. We told the guy and...More
We stayed here with a group of 29 and it is basic but clean and tidy. Excellent value and all rooms are ensuite. There is free wifi and this was reliable.
You need to take cash as they do not accept credit cards.
Mathias Hostel offers a room with basic facilities, like attached bathroom, tables and cupboards to store things, but has no tea making facilities, no TV, no water, etc.
Travellers arriving should take a taxi as it is a bit difficult to get there with public...More
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