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TravelPod Member ReviewsBoomerang Hostel Antwerp
This hostel is very dirty, the sheets don't get changed. You can smoke in the downstairs common room and the communal kitchen is very dirty compared to other hostels.
Only positive is that the staff are very friendly and generous.
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Evening stroll home to hotel bloom, a play in the bubble chairs hanging in the lobby and then sleep.
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