baxpax Mitte Hostel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member Reviewsbaxpax Mitte Hostel Berlin
It's clean, The rooms, the sheets, the common areas are all well maintained. The staff are friendly and helpful.
The building is a dive. You keep expecting to see homeless people sleeping in the corners of the alley you have to enter through. You have to show a camera your hostel ID to be let in but there is no intercom. If there is an issue you are just left hanging. And they need to decide how to number stuff. The elevator and floors are numbered in the European manner where the ground floor is just that and the first floor is up a flight. The rooms are numbered in the North American manner. Thus the 300 rooms are on the 4th floor and the 400 rooms are on the 5th floor. We're in Europe! Just use the European method and be done with it!
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