Our Rooms

Every room has a one of a kind experience!
We offer a wide variety of rooms in order to create a unique experience for all of our guests, to suit your needs, wishes or how much you want to spend.

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DORMITORY Female
(Double)
from 15€/night

Our DORMITORY Female rooms are the shared spaces where the magic happens for girls, women and non-binary guests. We have one DORMITORY Female room with private lockers, complimentary high speed WiFi and a shared female only bathroom for extra privacy with direct access from the room. They come in a size for up to 6 people while sleeping under one roof was never as comfortable as this.

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DORMITORY Male
(Double)
from 15€/night

Our DORMITORY Male rooms are the shared spaces where the magic happens for boys, men and non-binary guests. We have one DORMITORY Male room with private lockers, complimentary high speed WiFi and a shared bathroom. This means a bathroom outside of the room. They come in a size for up to 6 people while spending the night together was never more fun than here.

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STANDARD DOUBLE Shared Bathroom
(Double)
from 35€/night

We have six Standard Double rooms with shared bathrooms for travellers who wish to have a little more comfort. This means a private room with a shared bathroom outside of the room. Our Standard Double rooms with shared bathroom are ideal for individual travellers, good friends who are travelling together and couples.

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STANDARD DOUBLE Ensuite
(Double)
from 45€/night

We have six Standard Double Ensuite rooms for travellers who wish to have a little more privacy and can enjoy this space to unwind after experiencing an eventful day in the bustling city. Our Standard Double Ensuite rooms are ideal for individual travellers, good friends who are travelling together and couples.

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SUPERIOR DOUBLE Shared Bathroom
(Double)
from 45€/night

We have seven SUPERIOR DOUBLE rooms with shared bathrooms for travellers who wish to have a little more extra space. This means a spacious private room with a shared bathroom outside of the room. Our SUPERIOR DOUBLE rooms with shared bathroom are ideal for individual travellers, friends who are travelling together and couples. An extra bed can be added, so even small families can easily fit. High speed internet is available and real life connections can be made at the bar and other community areas.

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SUPERIOR DOUBLE Ensuite
(Double)
from 55€/night

We have five SUPERIOR DOUBLE Ensuite rooms for travellers who wish to have a little more privacy and can enjoy this spacious room to unwind after experiencing an eventful day in the bustling city. Our SUPERIOR DOUBLE Ensuite rooms are ideal for individual travellers, friends who are travelling together and couples. An extra bed can be added, so even small families can easily fit. High speed internet is available and real life connections can be made at the bar and other community areas.

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LOFT Ensuite
(Double)
from 75€/night

We have three LOFT Ensuite rooms for travellers who wish to unwind in a private setting whilst enjoying magnificent mountain views after experiencing an eventful day in the bustling city. Our LOFT Ensuite rooms are ideal for couples, families and friends who are travelling together and can accommodate 3-4 people.

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FREEDOM FIGHTERS

Our rooms carry the names of special personalities.
In their entireness they represent our culture and attitude towards the world.
The rooms are not only named after freedom fighters, musicians, artists or activists, but also reference the respective personality with books, pictures, information and other means.
Get inspired and feel connected with the power of our room-names.

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Freedom fighter of the day:

Tebello Nyokong

Tebello Nyokong is one of the most distinguished scientists in Africa and is making huge strides with her laser-based alternative to regular chemotherapy. Nyokong made quite a journey for a woman who at eight years old, working as a shepherd when not at school, was told to pursue arts and humanities rather than science. Years later, at the Rhodes University she develops the groundbreaking “photodynamic therapy,” which involves “injecting photosensitive molecules into the heart of a tumour,” then exposing these molecules to laser radiation. This process causes a toxic chemical reaction with the oxygen in the cancer cells. Nyokong received numerous awards for her work and her role in the transformation of science in the country.