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Melbourne International Hotel & Hostel

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Juiz de Fora, MG, Brazil
Reviewed 16 November 2008

It's a good place to stay. I had a great time there cause I met another brazilians and nice people too. The neighbordhood could be dangerous at night cause the streets are dark but at day everything's good. And it's pretty near to downtown where you can find a lot of places to shop, eat and have some fun. Just...

1Thank henriquevale
Reviewed 2 October 2008

I have stayed in many hostels, and never had a bad experience. Until now. Here's a rundown of the problems with the Melbourne Hostel: 1. Site advertised private bathrooms. There were no private bathrooms. 2. I told them that my collegue would be arriving the next day. I gave them her name. They said that they would give her an...

Thank illumine
Reviewed 5 August 2008

This hostel is the cheapest that I've seen in the US: $16 with hostel international or student card, and $19 without, and $3 linen rental. It's not an HI hostel --- they just accept HI membership for a discount. The inside is okay: bunkbeds, bathroom, fridges, microwave and electric plug-in burner are all adequate. Not spic and span, but just...

2Thank chiwoman617
Indianapolis, Indiana
Reviewed 13 June 2008

For $28.50, including tax, I stayed in a secure, clean room with a ceiling fan, a sink, and a comfortable bed. The assistant manager was pleasant and helpful, allowing me to print my airline boarding pass the morning of departure. She also runs the cafe downstairs where I enjoyed a fresh cup of coffee and bagel. The guests were quiet...

1Thank RockyRippleGal
Bangor, Maine
Reviewed 11 April 2008

I recently stayed at the Melbourne Hostel in Denver, CO. March 22-28, 2008 to be exact. I must say the stay was a lot better than I imagined. First let me say, the building is old, and if you are used to luxury, this is not the place for you. When checking in, you go into this lobby area kinda...

5Thank danieltrue
Reviewed 8 April 2007

I stayed in a private room. I loved this place. It was: clean, confortable, well funished, and pretty quiet. The bathrooms were meticulously clean, and I often saw the cleaning lady doing something. The kitchen was great. It was so clean that you would feel bad if you left a huge mess... so everyone kept it very clean. I kept...

3Thank naisydokes
Reviewed 10 December 2006

I stayed there for only 2 days, but it was a clean and comfortable place, right next to downtown, specially compared to another hostel I stayed. I walked during nightime without any problem. The only drawback could be that there are not many bathrooms, though they are shared, but I would definetely recommend this place.

2Thank planetamate
Buenos Aires
Reviewed 3 August 2006

I stayed there three nights in April. It is very conviniently located, since its about 5 blocks away from the main downtown street, and 15 minutes walking to the Amtrak train Station. Its not one of the best neighbourhoods to walk at night, though. They charged me around 20$ and you have to pay a couple more dollars if u...

1Thank TheRealWest
A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 7 June 2001

One of the friendliest places That I encountered on the journey from East coast to West was the Melbourne Hotel/ Hostel in Denver.14 years ago we first stayed there in 1987 on the recommendation of an elderly gentleman in Denvers' train station. The Melbourne Hotel was a minature United Nations,with Irish,Zimbabwean,Swiss,English and many other Nationalities all experiencing true American hospitality....

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Additional Information about Melbourne International Hotel & Hostel

Address: 607 22nd St., Denver, CO 80205
Region: United States > Colorado > Denver > Five Points
Price Range: RM56 - RM167 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 10
Also Known As:
Melbourne International Hotel Denver
Melbourne International Hotel And Hostel
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“the best tip is do not go there.”
Poneko, 8 Sep 2014 | Read review
“There's a bus depot on the corner - if you get a room near it you'll hear people at all hours of the morning on the street below.”
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934gypsyd, 31 Mar 2014 | Read review
“Be sure you don't get the rooms smack next to the bathrooms at the end of the hall.”
MJB13, 16 Feb 2014 | Read review
“Rooms in a completely different hostel are best.”
mdstephan, 9 Oct 2013 | Read review
“Choose a park bench over any bed in this sewer hole.”
StephanieR725, 9 Oct 2012 | Read review
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