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6, St. Margaret StreetAwesome 86%
gafel I stayed here for 3 nights. It's a great excellent hostel. All the equipment is new, comfortable mattresses, pillows, furniture. There are high ceiling and a lot of air everywhere. Everyone has their own individual lockers. Well-equipped spacious kitchen. Everywhere is very clean. Everybody from the staff is very friendly and does everything to make you feel as good as home. Great atmosphere. And the guests also support this atmosphere and mood. There's no noise at night. Nobody leaves the dirty dishes in the kitchen, that is not always the case in other hostels with shared kitchen. Everything for your comfortable stay were thought out in details. You always feel that someone is thinking about you and looking after what you need. There are markers for products next to refrigerators. There are Malta's free maps and free maps of bus routes, booklets with information about current cultural events, information from guidebooks. There is a large selection of tours by friendly prices. The staff are always ready to book a tour or transfer for you if you like. Even if you arrive late in the evening, you can buy an adapter for local outlets directly in the location, it is very important, because the stores in Malta are working very short time and do not work late in the evening. The staff at the front desk is always ready to help you get any help on Malta, especially how to get to your destination during your visit. They provide the most detailed instructions for your needs. This is very important in Malta. You can always be sure of their help, you have reliable partners in all of your stay in this country. Great location. House has location on a quiet street. Very close to the stop with main bus routes, you can easily reach any attractions of the island and choose any beaches in Malta. You can also easily get to the airport with an express bus from this stop. I have to say the weather in August is very hot and very humid. Personally, I would have been better to stay in an air conditioned room. It is more comfortable for me to sleep with AC at night. There aren't AC-rooms there yet. If the owners of this beautiful wonderful hostel will equip several rooms with air conditioning, let it be more expensive than the price. If you have an option, I have no doubt preferring air conditioning. Even more expensive price. But it is only my own dream about my next visit to your lovely home-hostel :-) During my visit to Malta, I stayed in Corner hostel and also in 3 different hotels that all were more expensive. I can compare. Corner - is the best place in all details. Thank you again, James and everyone from the staff. Be happy and good luck with everything. Stay the same professionals who loves their work so much. I liked it and I am happy to come here again. The best recommendations. Just loved it.
Mattew Pulis StreetGreat 80%
60 University road MsidaVery Good 78%
santimunez I stayed for one week at the NSTS Campus residence and I really enjoyed my stay. It was very clean and the service was excellent. I could use my laptop wherever I wanted because there is wifi. I hope to go there again very soon and this time stay longer.
Graham Street0 60%
julien1763 The landlord is very nice. The rooms are small and mine was situated just under the roof: very hot during summer! The air conditionning was either not working properly or simply not there... Cleanliness is just ok for bathrooms, but the kitchens look good.
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