Not the best neighborhood. Room could be cleaner.
Horrible experience. Durty place with homeless leaving there.
Everything, it was a horror night.
Nice receptionist. Services as described and as expected.
Could be a little cleaner. But understood. Overall had a good time
Place seems run down
Stinks dirty and weirdos walking around
Las Vegas Hostel is the spot
Staff is friendly as hell and they got DIY pancakes in the morning.
There wasn't a ferris wheel on the roof? Not much fault to find unless you have a bad attitude haha
Quick and Dirty
The cost is the most affordable in the city.
The western end of Fremont Avenue might be a tourist attraction but the eastern extension of Fremont Avenue is the ghetto. There are more derelict properties than viable businesses. Stay briefly and secure your belongings.
Cheap, very budget
If you'd like to talk and get to know some foreign tourists this is the place.
Poor poor parking accommodations. If you parking in the back of the secured area, you may not get out when more cram in. (Though it should be noted that it's nice that there IS secured parking).
Great Hostel, not ue best part of town
Pool, friendly staff, hot tub, beautiful women coming and going. Loved it.
Quite a few homeless people in the area and a bit scary at night.
They offered a full refund
Not a real hotel. Its for backpackers. No TV. No towels. Not lock on the inside of the door. And I still haven't received me refund...
With a stay at Las Vegas Hostel in Las Vegas (Downtown Las Vegas), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Las Vegas Convention Center and Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a business center, and a 24-hour front desk. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and free self parking is available onsite.
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