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This hostel need some help to make it more attractive, first thing is once you get there, they make you pay upfront before seeing the room. there no where to keep your belongings safe.
The worst thing is that you sleep among several people, there...More
The good thing about the hostel is that it's easy to meet other people, but this is only because the hostel is so small. The communal area is tiny. There's barely enough room for 6-8 people, let alone 20+ when the hostel is full. This...More
So arrived, jet lagged and tierd from the red eye and met with a rude and lecturing host. Demanded that i pay for all the nights up front in cash, before i can even see the room. Didn't like the sound of that and the...More
Like the other recent reviewers I loved the personality of the hostel, and the staff were really nice, but its not totally perfect.
The location is also excellent located very close to the subway from the JFK, it is also close to the main attractions...More
I stayed in chelsea center hostel for almost a month in summer and I liked it.
they have a little garden behind the house that opens at 8:30 amuntill around 9:30 pm where you can take your breakfast / dinner.
between 11 am and 3...More
US$30 - US$33 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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