Casa Loma Minca Reviews
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The views are stunning and this hostel is super laid back and relaxing. My friend and I did the bike tour to Santa Marta that they suggested and absolutely loved it!! The thing about this place is the food!! It is amazing!! I wish I could have had ten meals there. Yum yum
Utterly disappointed. Left for 2 hours until the 3rd time I asked if beds were ready. Was told to "calm down" by rude reception staff, maybe she should of listened and not interrupted. Beds were okay, new muzzy mets are great but you can't reach lamp or plug. Cocktails and view over sunset makes it. Not likely to recommend.
Amazing hostel. We went to Minca just to stay at ths hostel as we had heard such good things and it did not disappoint. Sunset cocktails on the terrace made the stay worth it. Its a hard hike up the stairs to get to the hostel but worth it when you arrive. If you can just take a light backpack with you. I have a big case on wheels and there is no way we could have got it up the hill....and the only way to get there is to walk...no cars.
Such a beautiful spot - the ultimate place to escape to for a few days.
Hostel was OK. Food was not awsome. Staff was not great. Location is good, not in the chaotic center, a bit far from the noise.
I dont have a bad word to say! This place is magical! Staff were amazingly friendly, the location is incredible and the food is fantastic and quite cheap! We saved a lot of money and it was very relaxing :)
My favorite hostel in Colombia! Very relaxing, beautiful setting, and friendly staff and fellow travelers alike. Would (and did) recommend this place to many!
LOVED this hostel! Okay, so the stairs up sucked... but once there it's totally worth it. We loved that they have no wifi so everyone talks, reads, takes photos, enjoys the view, instead of being glued to their phones. The meals were awesome and it was fun having group meals. The staff was also great. We ended up staying for a 4th night - there was lots to do with hiking, waterfalls, etc, but we loved just chilling and reading on the hammocks.