The staff was all super friendly and the late self check-in process was easy. The rooms themselves were small with no dedicated space to put your luggage. There were small lockers at the foot of the bunks to put things like laptops, passports, currency, etc but they were not large enough for all your belongings. The bed was comfortable with fresh clean linens. While the privacy screen was nice, it completely blocks out any circulating air from the air conditioner. So you have to decide whether you want privacy or comfort. They also turn off AC from 11am-7pm in the room, so I'd consider bringing a small portable fan. There is AC in the lobby during this time. The real issue is with the bathroom. There is one small bathroom tucked in the back. It is a combo sink, shower, toilet, so everything was always wet. They do not allow shoes or slippers, so you're standing in someones shower water (or maybe even pee...) There is no changing room, so you have to change in the bathroom. This makes it impossible to keep your belongings dry while doing this. There is one shelf over the toilet and no counter space. There is no where to do your makeup or generally "get ready". If all bunks are full the room feels extremely cramped. The wifi was very slow and often did not connect. Roaming on my plan from America was faster than the hostels wifi. I was in room A. Perhaps rooms B and C upstairs are a different experience.