It’s a tough review to write. It is a clean hostel & that is where the good ends. The area is bad and everything about the hostel was bad after that. This is the most expensive hostel in Las Vegas of the 3. There is no 24 hour desk or staff available and the building is locked up at night. No pool or outside activities except a patio area. You have the room with 6-8 people until 8am or sit outside. The inside common area is closed until 8am by locked doors and I did not get coffee because the worker “just woke up” and was very rude when asked at 8:30 for coffee. I paid for it with the stay, nothing is free when you paid a rental charge for the night for it. It’s included not free. You get what you pay for here even with the staff. Not all of them were living at the hostel or had bad attitudes but after that, she ruined the vibe for sure and prompted this review. You cannot avoid the ugliness of Vegas here in or outside of the hostel walls and gates. The front gate does not lock and any homeless can just life it up and walk right in. Do not waste a dollar at a Las Vegas Hostel especially this one. Unless you live in a gutter and okay being treated as an outsider to the “clique” living and working there...Do not stay here unless you are a foreign or in your 20’s. If you are older than that you are an outsider and treated the same it seemed. Bottom line...Unsafe & Unfriendly to the average...
Very basic room and beds, crowded and beds are in an awkward layout. Had to charge phone from extension cord on the floor. Bathroom was also basic and not especially clean.
Area is dodgy although hostel has good security. Quite far from the strip and difficult to walk to.
Better options are available.
if you don't mind dormitories, then this could be your go-to place in vegas!
why spend lots of money on a room you will only sleep in anyway? here you'll find a kitchen, wifi, lounge area and friendly people from around the globe.
they have a locked parking lot and the neighborhood is pretty secure.
this joint was always either an apartment building or a thrifty motel, and now it caters to (mostly) foreign travelers who come to find out what 'sin city' is all about.
register, pay and check-in online. the whole deal (except the showering & sleeping) can be done on your phone! the people are friendly.
tips: i always bring my own towel & washcloth in my shower kit, and i travel with my own selection of tea.
also, when the town gets full (conventions or championship fights) even this place gets expensive. and note that the weekend nights are more expensive - but not by much.
This is a nice little hostel, very affordable and it has pretty much everything you need - good bathroom facilities, clean basic rooms, helpful staff and a little kitchen. It certainly didn't hurt that I was travelling in Winter and had a room to myself most of the time! I don't know what it's like when the place is full. Breakfast was provided every morning and I found all the people very friendly - it's easy to meet people and make friends here. The ONE down side (it's been mentioned before) is the location. Once you get off the main strip the neighborhood gets very dodgy - a lot of homeless guys (sometimes yelling, possibly at you) and not many people around. So make sure if you are out after dark, always have someone with you or have the taxi/Uber drop you off right at the hostel. That said, I was a young woman travelling alone and nothing bad happened. You just have to take precautions!
Excellent location, half way between the Strip and the Fremont Street Experience. Staff is nice and helpful. The hostel is clean and quiet, you can use the shared kitchen, there is a TV room and, in the evening, projections of movies outdoor. Hot water and powerful shower, with air conditioning/heater in the room.
Breakfast is included, and you can borrow a hairdryer from the reception.
I would go back!