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Nomad's Hub Cebu

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Affordable , comfortable. I slept well and uninterrupted.Learnt being more mindful of ur movement as you share the same space with other nomads . Impressively felt staff excellent customer service. Highly recommended for fun loving and interactive traveling nomad.
I feel unsafe people can just come in and go. There's no key or access card for the room and small bathrooms/shower rooms.
As some has mentioned, this place is good as a coworking space but not really as a hostel. Internet is fast and the staff are nice. I have stayed here multiple times but each time I only opt for a 24-hr stay. If you're not used to sharing a space in a dorm setup, this might not be for you.
Well, to be honest, this was the worst experience that Iโ€™ve had in a hostel during a 6 months trip here I stay in a ton of hostels. I mean I felt a very unsocial vibe in this hostel. There are a lot of people just working on their laptops and seeing movies and they don't talk with you at all. The staff is friendly, but at the same time, there was a problem with my booking. They didn't know that I was coming on that day (after I had booked 1 month before) and they gave me a dirty bed. The staff doesn't respect their clients and randomly one worker appeared in the shared room with someone new and started to turn on the lights and check every bed if there is occupied by someone. And after that, she doesn't turn off the light. They woke me up 2 times one at 2 am and another at 4 am, I found that very disrespectful. It's ok if you want to spend just one night, more than that was too much for me. So I quickly change my accommodation to another place.
We conducted our business planning here for 3 days and 2 nights and it's a decent place since it has a small conference room and study tables add to that the free coffee which is located at the ground floor. Upstairs is the sleeping quarters which I find too compact with not enough area to place bags/luggage especially for foreign visitors. But I was glad that there was a bed curtain to maintain some privacy while you sleep. While my overall experience is good, especially with their staff, the place is dated and I can't recommend it for foreigners. It should be fine with us locals but unlike the hostels I visited in Boljoon (Noordzee) or the one in Taiwan (Next Taipei Hostel), there's not that much activity area really for foreign travelers. It's a good place to stay if you are the type of traveler who just wants to find a good place to sleep for the night since it's also located at the heart of the city.
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