Hostel | S-25, Greater Kailash Part 1, New Delhi, India 110048
16 out of 16 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (01/04/2014)
Ana Faria thinks…
"Wonderful hostel! a real find, great atmosphere, clean and homely. Strongly recommend it."Read all Moustache Hostel reviews
- Credit cards accepted
- Car Parking
- No curfew
- Games room
- Secure lockers
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
- Reception (limited hours)
- Common area / room
- Communal kitchen
- Outside area
- Towel USD 0.83
- Luggage Room
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 14:00
Latest Check-out: 12:00
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|Shared Rooms A shared room (typically a dorm) is a bedroom which you share with other people from the property. The number of beds in a room is shown in the room name, e.g. ‘5 Bed Dorm’, and you can book as many as you need. Some properties have male only dorms and female only dorms.|
8 Bed Dorm - Mixed (Shared bathroom)No meals or drinks included
8 Bed Dorm - Female only (Shared bathroom)No meals or drinks included
8 Bed Dorm - Mixed (Private bathroom)No meals or drinks included
|Private Rooms A private room is a room that is not shared with other people from the property – in other words, you book and pay for all the beds in the room. If you are traveling alone, for example, but want to book a double room, you must pay for two people in order to book the whole room.|
Deluxe Double (Private bathroom)No meals or drinks included
About Moustache Hostel
Tucked away from the main street, the hostel has a meditation room for when you’ve had a tough day around town, a terrace to chill on, a kitchen to cook your meals, a garden to sip on your evening coffee while watching the city wind down, and a common room to hang out with other backpackers.
There is WiFi, lockers, and all the comforts you would expect from any international hostel. We made sure, however, that we added an Indian touch to everything – and no, that does not mean that none of these things work.
1) Credit cards accepted with 2% additional bank charge
2)One day advance notice for free cancellation
3) India is known for its hospitality. During your trip, you are likely to meet tons of very interesting and very helpful people. Ultimately, we think, your experiences with the people of this country is what will be the highlight of your trip. However, you are also likely to run into thugs who take advantage of the fact that there is general lack of transparency and information in the country. They are generally found in places frequented by tourists (e.g., major railway stations, bus stations, and popular monuments, etc.). and have devised many creative ways to rip you off. So, be careful with your money.
Tip: your taxi drivers, tuk-tuk drivers, or random ’nice people’ might may try to trick you to believe that the hostel is closed, flooded, the roads to it blocked because of festivals, or a 100 other similar stories. They will sometimes call the hostel where someone on the phone (who is obviously an accomplice) will tell you that the hostel is full. Don’t believe anything they tell you. These are tricks to take you to a hotel where they get commissions. Moustache Hostel exists, is always open, and if you booked with us, we have a bed for you! Just ask them to take you to your destination no matter what. If they say they don’t know where this place is, read out the directions (given below) to them. If they still create trouble, take a photo of the taxi number and we’ll complain to the police for you.
One-minute walk from a market, surrounded by restaurants, and 900m from the metro. We are not IN the tourist centre, which means you get an authentic, local experience of the city life
Tourist attractions are easily accessible. On a rickshaw Lotus Temple, Old Fort, and Qutub Minar are within 20mins. Old Delhi – the historical centre – is 50mins by metro; so you can spend the day there and then run back home in the evening when you have had enough of the chaos and touting of the Old Town.