A&O Hamburg Reeperbahn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA&O Hamburg Reeperbahn
We did not have any reservation but came there spontaneously and got a room. we were 3 people and they didn't have many rooms left. The nice guy from the reception told us, there were a lot of workers in town. He gave us a 4-bed-dorm but closed it, so that we had that dorm for ourselves and no stranger would get the empty bed in our room and we wouldn't have to share it with a foreign worker guy. That was pretty nice. We didn't spend too much time there, because there were many things to see in Hamburg. The hostel is near the Reeperbahn so you get to some bars very fast. it is in a backyard, so it is not too loud. For that area, it was quite silent there.
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