The crazy people who stay there! Firstly, there was an old woman
snoring all night long, going to bed very early and getting up early
too. I can't change that, but still, the other guests bothered me
the most, and the fact they don't pay any attention to whether
you're asleep (they act as if the room is theirs only, especially
at 1 A.M. when you're supposed to be sleeping because you have to
get up at 5 A.M.).
I think having hooks on the bathroom walls would be really useful, and some shelves too, simply to have a place to store your hygiene products where they belong, instead of dragging them with you all the time.
Better Internet connection is definitely a must. The problems seems to be only to get connected (once it took me 18 attempts before I finally got the connection), otherwise it works okay. I don't mind not having the connection in my room.
I also didn't like lack of any sort of space in the room. I stayed in a 6-bed shared female dorm, and the space between the opposing beds was enough for one person to go, which was really uncomfortable when you have to walk past a person several times within 3 minutes.
Basically, I first liked the price, because I was looking for the
cheapest option available. I wasn't spending a lot of time indoor,
so I didn't pay attention to whether the place is immaculately clean
or comfortable. I just needed a bed for the night, with a roof on top,
and at least a decent shower, so I am generally happy with my choice.
It is good that the metro station is really near, so after one day only you'll learn which metro lines to take and how to combine them to get where you need to go.
The staff also okay, can have fun with them (or their friends, who tend to hang out there once in a while), they mostly speak English so you'll manage communicating with them.
Altogether, I'd recommend this place to those who just need a place to sleep over and who won't pay attention to details such as comfort.