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Nice location, across the street from relatively unknown Sarphati Park, and it sits right near the center. The rooms are clean, and you get a "Dutch" breakfast of unlimited PB and J's and coffee. The rooms are standard bunks, clean and well kept. The dining...More
This is a hostel, even thought it's sometimes listed as "Hotel" Sarphati. I thought the value was good for the money (23 Euro for a spot in a 4-bunk room).
This review presumes you know what you're getting when you stay at a hostel: a...More
I stayed for one night in the 5 person bedroom. The room is small for 5 people and not worth 50 euros per night at all as I could smell the toilet from my bed. Moreover the ugly furnishing (mouldy, smelling bathroom) and just one...More
The sign of the hostel is a little bit hard to see, but the tramp from train station stop quite close. There are markets, supermarkets and convenient shops nearby so if you arrive late, there's still something to eat. The kitchen is quite small, and...More
Worst dorm I have seen with quite high price charged.
It is not qualify as a hotel even though the name said it.
No lift provided. You have to be very careful with the precipitous staircase, advise to bring backpacks instead of wheels luggage.
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