ML International Hostel
Address2-11-1-5F Shibatsuji-chou Nara City NaraSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Welcome to the smallest hostel in Nara!
ML International Hostel is located on the 5th floor of ML Building, Tabaco store & Estate agency are on the ground floor.
Main entrance is on the street besides railway track
*Shin-Omiya St. is NOT on JR line. it will be 10 to 15 min. walk from JR Nara St..
The area is good for going out for Japanese style restaurants and pubs. If you want to save your travel budget, please enjoy cooking in hostel kitchen, supermarket is just 1 minuite walk distance.
Sorry we don't have huge livingroom with luxury sofa nor soft & gorgeous king size beds,
but have just enough space to fit 8 people with your co-operation.
Most of our guests enjoy meeting the others,
as you can feel close to because of the size of property.
On the other hand, we have bad reviews about the size like;
'dorm is a little small and can only hold 6 people however'
'There was another couple the night we slept in and we wondered about where to fit other 4 persons.'
So, please remind that this is the 'smallest' property in town.
But cozy like staying at your home!
8 Beds mixed dorm (non-smorking)
*Beds we provide are bunk beds with futon.
Living room, Kitchen, Shower room, toilet ensuits.
Check in 16:00 to 23:00
Check out 10:00
*Hostel is CLOSED between 10:00 and 16:00
Rate: 2000 jpy per person per night, including linen
Towel hire: 100jpy
Washing machine: 100jpy/1 load
We accept CASH ONLY.
Room is available ONLY ON BOOKING.
Hostel is closed on the night without guests.
Please notify us if you are checking in later than 20:00.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast Included
- Free Internet Access
- Internet Access
- Linen Included
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