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This place was just wow. I couldn't believe it was a hostel. It has a layout of a hotel. Each room has bunks that are wooden and are built into the walls - no creaking! The mattresses are even foam, so comfy! Each bed has...More
We arrived a large group at the end of october. The atmosphere is amazing and you instantly feel as if you're on a skiing vacation. The common areas are really cozy and quite extensive with kitchen, TV/games room, sauna and open fireplace lounge. We had...More
Probably the best hostel I have stayed in in terms of cleanliness and aesthetics. The shared room had 4 beds (bunk style) plus a double bed in a loft, the room had space and the beds were comfortable. The kitchen is big enough for a...More
I stayed here for 5 nights in September 2015, 1 night in a dorm room, 4 nights in a private room. The "dorm" room only has 4 beds so you can actually get some sleep, you can open the window to get fresh air or...More
This hostel looks beautiful! Truly fitting with the setting and is really affordable. We stayed for 2 nights and the second night we had the 5 bed room to ourselves (2 in our party)! Which was a nice bonus! They have spacious lockers in the...More
No! The Hostel does not allow outside bedding, or sleeping bags, in its rooms. It's a smart move, intended to keep the rooms free from bed bugs and other pests. Such infestation can and does happen in hostels where people... More
No! The Hostel does not allow outside bedding, or sleeping bags, in its rooms. It's a smart move, intended to keep the rooms free from bed bugs and other pests. Such infestation can and does happen in hostels where people bring their bedding along on their trip.