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Avenues Hostel

107 F Street,, Salt Lake City, USA, Distance from city centre: 1.7km

Rating: 72% from 14 reviews

  • 65%Atmosphere
  • 67%Staff
  • 71%Security
  • 77%Cleanliness
  • 84%Location
  • 74%Value for money
  • 68%Facilities

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  • Lovely place, super cheap!! Of all the hostels I've stayed in, this one had the thickest mattresses. Free breakfast and friendly staff also a bonus. Room was fairly simple and the top bunks had no ladders, but very good place to stay other than that
  • 83%
  • 15 Aug 2014 Timothy Australia
  • Good location and friendly staff. The back door is always open even when the staff is not there, which is a bit concerning from the security standpoint. The staff is not there 24 hours a day and you can't check out before 7:30 am, so be mindful of that.
  • 74%
  • 10 Aug 2014 Anonymous USA
  • I guess I was surprised to find a semi-permanent resident in our room who has his own part of the room, but he was cool so no problems there. All in all a good experience and nothing to complain about.
  • 80%
  • 08 Aug 2014 Anonymous Germany
  • + There are only four beds each room + good Wifi + position of the Hostel - near Temple Square - no locks for bags - bathroom with only curtain for the restrooms - TV's in some rooms and therefore some guests watch TV (with loud sound) at least at 00:00 am
  • 60%
  • 27 Jul 2014 Anonymous Austria
  • the building itself is actually pretty neat however it does not look like they did any remodeling just took an old office building and made rooms out of it.
  • 49%
  • 19 Jul 2014 alanna
  • everything cost extra, towels, etc. plus breakfast is minimum to coffee and cereal.
  • 74%
  • 11 Jun 2014 Richard USA
  • Staff were cold and very non-responsive. They knew very little about the area and couldn't recommend a place to buy a pad lock. Hostel focal point was television community not actual community. Rooms were clean, but lacked any bedding beyond basic sheets. Breakfast was slim.
  • 54%
  • 08 May 2014 Zed USA
  • I liked this hostel. It is a very good location. It is in a quiet neighborhood but is still within walking distance of Downtown Salt Lake as well as public transportation. It is only two blocks from a large Kroger store as well as coffee shops and restaurants. It was also nice to have coffee, eggs, cereal, milk, bread etc. available for breakfast at no additional charge.
  • 86%
  • 03 May 2014 James Scotland
  • For 3 nights late October 2013 I stayed in an individual room which costs around $50 per night with a simple breakfast included, satisfied with no noise, the clean cozy room as well as a smiling cordial service mind of the stuffs. Nothing to complain about, instead I say Thank you. Yuichi, Tokyo.
  • 89%
  • 21 Oct 2013 yuichi Japan
  • They are now charging $2 to use a blanket.
  • 71%
  • 15 Oct 2013 Anonymous USA
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