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Unfortunately not many people stay in coroico after death road. It is a chilled town and probably the best hostel in town. Only Downfall is no lockers or wifi. But the owner cooks a great in house dinner. Just wish more people stayed there as would have added to the experience but if you want a chilled place then stay here. Only missing a few hammocks.
The hostel caretakers are super nice. Great breakfasts! And you can have them make you a real home cooked dinner which was so great. Unfortunately you hear all the traffic coming into town but the view is unbeatable! Really needs an outdoor lounge area, maybe some hammocks, the few plastic chairs just didn't cut it.
Great location, clean and friendly but bathrooms are outside!
I can't think of enough great things to say about this hostel. Location-wise you are getting stunning views across the valley with a lovely terrace to enjoy them from. Both owners are warm, friendly people who welcome you into their home. The free breakfast was the best we've had: delicious homemade pancakes, jam and fruit or eggs and bread rolls. We stayed four nights and left reluctantly! Well worth eating dinner one night in the hostel too - beautiful food, reasonably priced.
The guy who owned the hostel was a lovely nice guy.
Pretty nice place. Short walk to the main plaza. Lovely gardened grounds. Perched on the side of the mountain so it has stunning views. The ensuite room was large and quite comfortable, but the electric shower hot water was a bit unreliable (on the first night we ran it too long and killed the hostel's power). Excellent breakfast.