ML International Hostel
Real reviews from fellow travellers
These are trusted reviews from guests who have actually stayed here. We hope you find them helpful.
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- “ comparing another hotel sharing toilets and shower room in Osaka, ML international hostel was very satisfying!! :) all the furniture looked new and neat from IKEA. but the drainage from the shower was ... quite ....dirty. But it's no problem taking shower in the tube. they have a kitchen and you can have small breakfast. most of all I really love the location of this hostel, directly in front of shin omiya sta. additionally very helpful and friendly staffs. ”
- 14 Nov 2015 Eunyoung South Korea
- “ This hostel was actually a lot more spacious than I had expected! The hostel is smaller compared to others because there's just one room, but the room itself has plenty of room for eight people and their suitcases. Very close to Shinomiya station, which provides easy access to the heart of Nara. The hostel was clean, cheap and even offered free breakfast. Great value! ”
- 15 Aug 2015 Anonymous Netherlands
- “ The staff is very nice, and the hostel it is near to the bus station, however it is hard to find it. ”
- 12 Apr 2015 Anonymous Mexico
- “ It's 15 minutes from the main train stations and one of the main temples. The hostel is more like a big room of beds next to a smaller room that is living room and kitchen. It's super small. Could be cleaner. But was an ok stay. ”
- 05 Apr 2015 Anonymous Germany
- “ Although it was a bit difficult to find at first (the hostel is a couple of floors in a five (or so) story building), it was a nice to stay. The staff was incredibly friendly and arranged a tour of the city with a couple of local college students. The space is small, but this helps in meeting other travelers. ”
- 01 Apr 2015 Anonymous USA
- “ It's a small place, but lovely. It is like a little place that feels like home. The staff is so great. I totally recommend it. ”
- 24 Mar 2015 Anonymous Mexico