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|"Awesome staff, great vibe and atmosphere."||(in 6 reviews)|
|"Very comfortable and helpful staff"||(in 61 reviews)|
|"Super sweet staff and great location!"||(in 58 reviews)|
|"$78 a night and it’s horrendous."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"I could still hear people talking loud, screaming and loud music."||(in 4 reviews)|
|"3 out of 6 females snored in this dorm!"||(in 2 reviews)|
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Excellent staff, location , layout , and facilities.
Noise level could be better
Only stay here in a pinch
Rooms had like 4 triple bunk beds. Uncomfortable
Cool neighborhood, no frills
Relatively cheap (I stayed two nights for ~$60 a night), lots of cool restaurants in the neighborhood. I would highly recommend for people traveling on a budget who want to stay downtown, but don’t want to shell out $100 or more per night for a bunch of niceties you don’t need. Communal bathrooms at the end of each floor, a bar to hang out in by the front desk, and functional bunk rooms. Lockers for your valuables, and the front desk will gladly rent you a lock for $3 if you forgot one. If you’re looking for good food late at night, you should definitely check out Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs! Delicious and cheap, and only like a block away.
It didn’t bother me much, but the venue downstairs is quite loud. I could see the bass bothering light sleepers, but fortunately I sleep like the dead. Not a problem for me.
Fun place with great value in Denver
Comfortable bed, clean bathrooms, friendly, helpful staff and patrons, quirky and interesting decor. My wife and I stayed in a private room and would definitely return here if we find ourselves in Denver again.
People moving about at night were a little noisey, but once the thermostat fan kicked on i didn't notice it anymore and fell asleep.
Hostel Fish is a new type of accommodation located in the heart of Denver. This hostel was designed with travelers in mind, offering complimentary iPads along with hotel-wide WiFi for all guests and charging stations at every single bed. There are a limited number of private guest rooms at this property, which also offers a 24-hour front desk.
There is a concierge to assist guests with local events and activities, and the hostel can arrange a number of communal tours and pub crawls for guests. There is a lounge, bar, and kitchen in the communal area for guest use and daily housekeeping is provided. The hostel also has a business center and fitness center for guests that are available 24 hours a day.
Private rooms offer queen or king beds, and are located on the top floor of the hotel, offering stunning views of the city with a full private bathroom. Shared dorms include bunk beds with rooms accommodating 4-10 guests. All rooms are uniquely designed and furnished. There are a total of 11 guest rooms at Hostel Fish, which also offers a rooftop terrace for guest enjoyment.
This hostel accommodation offers luggage storage and a front desk safe, as well. Located in the LoDo neighborhood, guests are just minutes from Coors Field, 16th Street Mall, Union Station, and the Denver Art Museum. The Colorado Convention Center, Pepsi Center, and Elitch Gardens Theme Park are also within a 25-minute walk of the hostel.
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Most popular landmarks
- Coors Field 0.4 km
- 16th Street Mall 0.6 km
- Larimer Square 0.8 km
- Denver Performing Arts Complex 1 km
- Tivoli Brewery Company 1.4 km
- The United States Mint 1.5 km