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Althoug the Owners only speak spanish, it was possible for us (non-spanish-speakers) to get everything what we needed. The breakfast was very tasty
The breakfast wasn‘t that much, but tasty.
The Hostel is locales really nicely with only a 15 minute walk from the bus terminal. Also it is very clean, the showers and the kitchen are great and the beds are comfortable.
The four ladies that run the hostel are a little overbearing and controlling to the point that you feel like you’re being reserved like a child. Apart from that they are always happy to help you. The hostel just has a lot of rules that you need to follow.
Very clean hostel and the beds were extremely comfy.
Where to start...before booking the hostel I read some of the reviews on here and didn’t entirely believe them all. How wrong I was. There are so many rules in the hostel it’s like being at a boarding school run by 3 strict women. Two of of the more unusual rules are; no alcohol allowed in the hostel (a couple got told off for enjoying a glass of wine over dinner) and no frying allowed when cooking (one of the women will enforce the rule by watching you whilst you cook). The hostel is freezing cold 99% of the time as they don’t turn the heating on. The breakfast is one cup of tea with a roll of bread and butter then a few spoonfuls of rabbit food. The first day we were nursing our tea due to the room being freezing cold and got told to finish ASAP and leave. The women in charge run it strictly like a business and all guests treated like cash tourists. If you’re staying for 1 night then you’ll be fine here, but I definitely wouldn’t recommend any longer.
- Friends and helpful staff - clean - Not so far Go the Bus Station (15 minutes walk) - cooking is no problem
- in the dinner room it’s very very cold!!!!! In the morning around 6:20-6:50 the lights were always turned off. So I wasn’t in the mood to have breakfast there. - breakfast is just one bread with jam and butter. And instant coffee or tea. - many rules (7 minutes showering, no cooking between 13:30-21:00, no food and drinks in the room and so on.... ) - no lockers. You could give your belongings to the staff. But they aren’t at the reception around 6-7 or let’s say I never saw them before I left the hostel. In fact, I never did this. - you have to walk around 10-15 minutes to the city as well. - there is just a small small “supermarket” close to the hostel. The bigger one is 10-15minutes away.
the kitchen open just several hours, from 13:30 to 21:00, the owner little bit annoying, about wash the dishes and to finish eating. the bulk beds very close to each other so you not able to sit on your bed. the blankets not feel clean, no bed lines. they turn off the warm system at early morning so you wake up to cold room. kind of far from town. no one speak English good enough to understand. no lockers to your equipment. the breakfast very poor, you get 1 piece of bread, 2 spoons of oats. no Buffett.
based on 144 reviews
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- Clean bathroom
- Comfortable beds
- Clean facilities
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