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Newest reviews for Moustache Hostel

  • Ronnie
      India
    4 August 2014

    What makes Moustache Hostel amazing is the staff who go out of their way to help you. Everyone is friendly and is eager to help.

    10

  • Hugo
      Portugal
    17 July 2014

    Everything was in deed nice, the place, the location, the rooms, the living room. Moustache has a rooftop where you can have some ping pong and chill a little bit, the staff was very nice, you have lockers underneath the bed, huge ones, which is cool. When you book with them and close to the date your booking they send you an email with some good tips, which you should read in order to not get scammed. They have a nice map of the location and the touristic places and easy to get anywhere from there. It's located near a very good market where you can find all the moat known food chains in the world and safe atm. I enjoy it that much and i would recommend to every traveler that goes to Delhi.

    Nothing to dislike.

    10

  • Jorge
      Chile
    13 July 2014

    Personal

    Cortinas de baño podrían cambiarlas.

    6.7

  • Robert
      New Zealand
    22 June 2014

    The fact that they had a kitchen with breakfast already prepared was great, air cooled common room with games was cool too.

    Far too overpriced, it was a well equipped place but I don't think that justified the price. I've stayed in nicer places in India where I had my own room for almost half the cost. Being a more expensive city I guess it's fair enough though.

    7.5

  • Frank
      Nepal
    8 June 2014

    Pretty good as far as hostels go in India. Travellers who use hostels a lot where praising it like 'Best hostel I stayed in on my whole India trip' 'Best mattress' 'Cleanest place' Common areas are spacious, the swamp cooler noisy but efficient, parking is good, staff friendly and helpful.

    I'm not really made for hostels, but I use them if I have to. There were some power cuts, the longest for over an hour. Can't really blame it on the hostel, though.

    6.7

  • Kavea
      India
    25 May 2014

    Almost everything.Loved the conceptual feel of the hostel.Kudos

    Mosquito issues can be avoided by placing a mosquito repeller machine in each room. Online please provide a preference of opting a room - All girls, Mixed etc. The water flow through the shower panel in room 105 needs to be fitted well.The water flow isn't good.

    8.8

  • Ellisa
      U.S.A.
    12 May 2014

    This hostel was just what I needed. Before going to Delhi I was nervous about being a solo female traveler there when most of my time in India I had been with others. But within an hour of arriving at the hostel I had made a few friendly acquaintances and withing a few hours I was out with three or four of them sightseeing - and that continued with various groups of other travelers for the rest of my few days in Delhi. It was perfect. When the weather was too hot to be outside, the lounge area of the hostel was a perfect place to relax, chat, and use the wifi. (Although when 8 people are all trying to use it at once it does slow down... as one person said, "Hey guys, can you all just stop using the wifi so this will download already? ;) ") The staff was all really helpful, even the night security guard despite his spotty English. A few of us made use of Smaak travels as well - we didn't have much time to plan our day trip to Agra and though perhaps buying train tickets on our own would have been cheaper, it was far more convenient to spend a bit more and have Smaak's help. Also there was a free breakfast! Nothing like a good start to the day! There was also a little library and a generally great atmosphere. I definitely recommend Moustache.

    This isn't a thing I disliked, rather, a bit of a warning. 'Taxi' and tuk-tuk (auto) drivers will claim that they don't know where it is, or they will get lost, they will ask for directions, they will complain that Moustache is a new and unknown hotel (it's not in the busy tourist area), and then try to increase the price you agreed on (if you had negotiated a price). Do Not pay them more. It's not your job to know where something is - it's theirs. I had problems getting to Moustache the first time because I didn't make a point of giving my 'taxi' (van) driver the address (S-25 GK1) in a very clear manner, so we ended up weaving around Kailash Colony and GK1. And I paid him too much in the end because I was just Done. On other occasions when I wasn't alone and when we knew where we were going, it wasn't a problem. When I tried to go other places alone by tuk tuk though, this happened again (getting lost, weaving about, asking directions, it being 'further than he thought' and asking for more money...) - by the third time I finally learned not to give in and not give more. I would say that if they do a good job and take you right where you need to go, give them a small tip because their lives aren't the easiest (especially compared to some of us foreign tourists), but be aware that this is something they do. (On the other hand, a random old Indian man did start scolding and berating one of my tuk tuk drivers for getting lost with a 'Madam' ... Plus points for the Indian public.)

    10

  • Isabel
      India
    4 May 2014

    The whole atmosphere and helpfulness of staff not forgetting night watchman

    Would have liked whole hostel to have air conditioning especially in May. Too many mosquitos

    8.3

  • Vineet
      India
    21 April 2014

    location

    7.9

  • Eugene
      Singapore
    16 April 2014

    Good area in south delhi , close distance from kailash colony metro

    8.3

  • Jacinta
      India
    15 April 2014

    I loved this place. Amazing beds, lovely quality bed linen. The staff were just fantastic. So friendly, I just felt at home. The common room was so arty, colourful and funky and a great place to meet other travellers. They had Macs as PCs- a techy's dream! Lots of free chai and free breakfast. Can't recommend it enough!

    Nothing!

    10

  • Caspar
      India
    14 April 2014

    everything

    that i had to leave

    8.8

  • Simon
      Denmark
    12 April 2014

    Great atmosphere and the security guard is the nicest guy !

    9.6

  • Richard
      United Kingdom
    12 April 2014

    Nice location, relaxed and quiet but still within easy reach of the centre of town and the local area has plenty going on too. Helpful staff Great local map Good busy common areas, nice garden and roof top. DIY laundry facilities Great security bloke

    All good really!

    9.6

  • Alessandra
      United Kingdom
    9 April 2014

    Friendly staff and exceptionally cheap!

    No faults

    7.9

  • Karl
      United Kingdom
    29 March 2014

    A great place to meet people and to start your trip... One or two nights in Delhi was enough for me. The staff were very helpful and always around to help.

    7.5

  • Thomas
      Germany
    29 March 2014

    Good to meet fellow travellers. It's in a really nice area to walk around

    9.6

  • Rishabh
      India
    24 March 2014

    - The common room - so much fun! Lots of interesting people with stories to tell. - Taking off your shoes before entering!

    Wi-Fi was just about okay. Breakfast menu could probably change a little bit daily. Maybe even just two items.

    9.6

  • Daniel
      Austria
    19 March 2014

    Everything. This was simply the best place I ever stayed at. - extended my stay two times because it's so cool ;)

    10

  • Camart
      Australia
    17 March 2014

    Breakfast, nice garden and customers. Very good place to start a trip in India especially to meet other people and exchange information. Very Nice staff.

    8.3

  • Asher
      United Kingdom
    5 March 2014

    Great vibe

    Not particularly convenient for city center

    7.9

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