HOSTEL - NOT a hotel. No amenities. No WiFi except for in the tiny office area. Paper-thin walls, loud slamming doors on rooms, squeaking springs/hinges, etc. SO LOUD. Decaying shower and toilet rooms. Tiny rooms with no lamps and broken everything. No mattress covers (gross); lumpy, weird mattresses and pillows (only 1). Windows thin and barely functioning, curtains old and falling apart. Everything pretty unpleasant and cheap and old. IF you are fine with a funky youth hostel, and you can sleep through anything, then cool! If not, pay the extra £50 to stay elsewhere. I don’t know how they get away with being classified as a “2-star hotel”. The small Indian restaurant seems really popular = the only place that anyone is enjoying themselves in this building. Good thing: Hostel staff were nice.