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1. Location is good
2. Prices are decent considering that the whole place is like that
3. Wifi services are good
4. Rooms are clean
1. Rooms are very small
The place can be used for a short stay. It would be better...More
The rooms were as "clean" as it could be, we had trouble with the shower and the check in process was terrible. The "hostel manager" became very aggressive when I expressed the concern of only staying 1 night instead of 2. Wouldn't really recommend this...More
It is horrible. We had a bad experience here ! The room in reality looked totally different than in pictures.It was terrible! And we couldn't sleep in that room as it was fool of big cockroaches (the size of it was like a half of...More
First of all, I've send to Marco Polo Hostel 3 times an email to ask them if it will be not a problem that we arrived in the middle of the night.
So, we've arrived in the middle of the night.
I stay at this hotel for my first time. And to me,this hotel feel suck!!!
1) Cockroaches infestation is damn serious. You can see the cockroaches crawling on the floor and the bathroom.
2) The receptionist is really rude. I request to change room on...More
US$21 - US$57 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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