Backpackers San Pedro Reviews
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Great atmosphere and common area. Two kitchens fully equipped. Impossible to find without a map, and even then a challenge. Don't stay if you don't like cats. I woke up with one on my pillow! Staff excellent.
Great hostel, very laid back atmosphere. Campfire at night. Hammocks out in the yard. Beers cheap. Wifi slow but I think it's probably more of a problem with the town itself. No free breakfast but 2 kitchens so easy enough to make your own. Would recommend this hostel.
Great place to stay while you are in San Pedro. Close to the center. You have a garden to relax, 2 kitchens ( the breakfast is not included) and the dorms are clean. Very helpful staff, and the will make sure you feel like at home ! Bonfire is organized at evenings !
Nice hostel, nice place to chill out outside.
Excellent hostel! the personal was very kind, nice atmosphere.
I really recommend this hostel! Lies on the other side of town compared to all other hostels, but that is the only minus. Staff is great, rooms are fine, but the atmosphere is really good! Bonfire at night, nice music, hammocks, great! I booked all my tours and activities at the hostel and they were all amazing.
good hostel, but lack a closet within the rooms.
The beds were super comfy and the fireplace is really inviting. There wasn't breakfast, but they made sure we had coffee and tea before we left to a morning tour. The bathrooms were clean and with warm water (what is a great plus in the desert).
Lovely hostel with a great atmosphere created by the wonderful staff. The trip I booked to uyuni with them was a major highlight of my trip!
was good , but common places are near bedrooms and could be noisy during the night.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Perfect place to stay in San Pedro. Nice and helpful people all around you complete the great atmosphere.
This is a great place to stay and chill out between activities. Not many showers, but they are kept super clean. The kitchen inevitably attracts some flies (it's the desert) but otherwise great atmosphere, nice and helpful staff. Watch out for the cats at breakfast, they're bold. Don't be out off by the distance from the centre, is super close, the town is tiny.
Had such a good time in this Hostel. Just go there and have a good time..
Really hard to find!!! Print the map if you can. The staff was really helpful with tours and information. I didn't sleep very well due to all the notice from the kitchen and outside, walls are paper thin
Good place. Felt comfortable there, and it's reasonably priced.
This hostel is quite quirky and has a cool area to relax in, however, it is a bit far out of town. Staff moved our things into the reception area without our permission whilst on a tour (booked by them) at 4am. They wanted us to move rooms but did not tell us what to do with our things so we left them neatly aside in our room. The main issue with this is that they let random people into the hostel who work in the town and when we arrived there was a sign about a stolen iPod, not good!
The Hostel was great, no breakfast but a good hint is the french bakery. It¨s not really central but a nice place. Internet is very slow. Employees are very helpfull!
Staff is very helpful and bilingual. Rooms are all ok except for one: room number 9 contains no roof above the entrance of the room which makes it noisy, cold and a bit more unsafe. When addressing this we got another room, compliments to the staff! Everything else was very good and we enjoyed our stay!
Loads of cats! Rooms were a little overcrowded and tight, not to mention super noisy at night (and not because of parties, but thin walls and im guessing cats walking on the roof). The hostel always has a cosy but messy look to it, and the staff a tad overwhelmed with so many people, but they were nice. You don't always get hot showers, but I think it's worth the price you pay, overall.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Ok place, just a small walk from main streets. Nice patio with bar and beds, but the hostel is small and it was crowded, we didn't have water for 2 days, the wifi works poorly.