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A good quality hostel right in the centre of the city that offers most of the standard extras. You could definitely do worse than this place. There is a Car Park for guests, free internet access, all towels and linen are included, security Lockers, a kitchen for cooking your dinner, 24-hour reception, a common room for meeting new people, and probably most important of all, NO CURFEW OR LOCKOUT! Choose between an 8-bed dorm, a 6-bed dorm, or if you like your privacy, a private double-room with en-suite bathroom. The place is very clean and comfortable. Prices aren't high, around 5000SIT per night, that's around 15GBP. Booking is recommended, and can be done through the website. We almost forgot to tell you the bad news. Brace yourselves; No breakfast is included!
Editor & Ljubljana Local
We've stayed in about 30 hostels and this one is the WORST. There was no hot water, but when we complained, the owner insisted it was a small problem and refused to refund the 2nd night, even though we only stayed for 1 night. And he said hostels are for young people who should not mind the water heater breaking down, which was just a machine's problem. He clearly did not understand the concept of customer service. He even said many hostels in Europe don't provide hot water, which is completely ridiculous - this is year 2010, not 1910! And to make things worse, he made rude racial remarks against us, saying that there are worse hostels in China and we Chinese should know better.
So, fellow travelers, if you still want to book this hostel, make sure you're not Chinese, don't complain to the owner no matter what, and don't book the private room which doesn't have its own WC.
The only good thing about this hostel is Vanja the manager, who's very nice and hardworking. But I pity her for working under such an unreasonable man!
This is kind of an upscale hostel with a great staff and nice rooms. Some oddities like no storage lockers and only one major bathroom, though. Would recommend asking how full it is when you book.
I know world hostel standards and quality have gone up alot just in the last 5 years, but still: 15 GBP is a bit expensive for anyone not from the UK, is it not? You won't find a 90zl dorm bed in Krakow, and we've got a lot more tourists. I appreciate the new-fandangled, 'western standard' hostel, but when do hostels stop being budget accomodation? Does no one agree that 20 euro hostels are losing sight of the point?