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Very simple but very nice. Super clean and personnel very kind. Breakfast not the best but the rest very good.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Everything about my stay was fantastic! The hotel feels brand new, very clean, and the breakfast was good (fresh fruit, toast, coffee) I can't wait to come back to Tuxtla and stay here again!
Spotless, clean, comfy, cozy rooms and breezy rooftop restaurant. It was really refreshing to stay here - and a bargain as well. Highly recommended !
This hostel shows why travelers should not skip Tuxtla Gutierrez on their way San Cristobal. Great Staff, great breakfast, social bar and extremely clean, almost more of a hotel style but with a social environment. Great and close to the park of the marimba, within walking distance of the anthropological museum and the botanical garden. Also worth checking out is the Coffee Museum! Also the sumidero canyon is a short trip from here. If you are coming to Chiapas, spend a two days+ here and enjoy!
We had an amazing time at the hostel. It was the nicest hostel we have ever been to - just awesome!
The best choice to stay in Tuxtla Gutierrez, way to San Cristobal
Central location, new building and warm helpful staff were the key factors to me to have a relaxed time there. But the best feature is doubtlessly the roof top which invites to sit on the benches and work, lay in one of the hammocks or simply enjoy the nice view with mountains in the back. While the city itself lacks attractions, it's a good base to go to the nice places around (Canyon, San Cristobal, Palenque etc.). And unlike other tourist places in Mexico people don't harass one as a tourist