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A very nice place to stay, excellent value for money. The main street and shops is a walking distance from it, and the place is well-known by tricycles. The owner can arrange for you transportation to al nido for a fair price, and will recommend the sister-hostel hakkuna mattata in al nido (an also excellent place).
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
A family-run guesthouse on a residential street about 2.5km stroll from the airport & 7-min from all the backpacker happenings on Rizal Avenue. Just walk in & get a private for about the same rate as dorms. Superb Wi-Fi speed and a front yard with hammocks & a bunch of foliage so you can kick it with the homies in style. The guy who runs it is named Ace and he ACED the test insofar as the hostel he runs vastly exceeded our expectations! Ask us about Puerto Princesa here: www.travelcarabao.org
The owners are super nice and help you with everything you need. Theres free tea and water and a locker in the room. Also It#s in the middle of the city, so you can reach everything by foot but it's still not too loud. The bathroom could be a bit nicer, but for the price it's totally ok. I stayed there again when I came back 2 weeks later and I felt so welcomed. Totally recommend this place!
Dallas is a very basic hostel, but it provides all you need for a good stay. Higher water pressure would really be an awesome thing and make showering an easier process. The people there (staff and guests) were really nice. So it's easy to get in touch.