The Old Town Hostel Sibiu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Old Town Hostel Sibiu
got a dorm that was like a passageway to a 10 bed dorm and an 8 bed dorm I think.. Three connecting doors - one from reception and the others into the 10 bed dorm and 8 bed dorm. Was just impossible to sleep - doors banging all night as people passed through. Plus all lockers were in my space. ( a dorm with 4 beds!!!!!!!!)
Kitchen had 1 element working on the stove. Not easy to cook anything unless it was a one pot dish ( spaghetti with no sauce!!!!!) And at 50 lei ( 12 euro) was not value
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