Hostel Casa Verde Reviews
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Lovely hostel set back from main strip. Nice communal area. Owner was kind - helped me when I was ill by taking me to medical centre. Liked the individual breakfast trays - fresh fruit was lovely. Power cuts on 2 out of 3 nights and hostel doesn't have generator.
The owner is a very sweet brazilian woman who pretty much acts like a caring mother of all hostel guests. The hostel is a rather small hippie house with lots of comfortable hammocks. the location is about 10 minutes walking from the ferry dock, so it is still easy to reach. We really liked it there, nice house, nice owner, good price. The only drawback is that the staff only speaks spanish and portuguese.
Great place to chill out. The owner is a wonderful person, and always makes sure that everyone is happy. She is very inclusive and invited us to watch a world cup game at her friend's bar. The hostel is surrounded by a beautiful garden and is very peaceful. I highly recommend it.
Very nice hostel, Neia is very kind and welcoming. Clean bathroom and very cosy living room ! I would definitely recommend ;)
This is one of the most charming places that I have stayed at. The place is unique in it's decorating and greenness. The host is welcoming and helpful. Breakfast is good.
The owner is very welcoming and helpful. It's a lovely place, very homely. Good breakfasts with fresh fruit.
A very good place to enjoy the beautiful island, 5 minutes walk from the center. Quiet, good breakfast and Neia, the owner, is very nice and helpful ! I recommend it
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 25-30
- (1 review)
Good breakfast, lockers, nice staff and clean. Not located in the main area of shops, but only a short walk away. Loved the hammocks, would stay again. No directions on how to get to the hostel - facing the main street from the pier, turn left. Walk a short way and turn right on Rua Santana, which is after a couple of restaurants with outdoor seating. At the end of this street, turn left and walk over the bridge - Rua das Flores is immediately on your right. Hostel is up a steep hill:)
There is a 5/10 minute walk up a cobbled hill to get to the hostel which with a bag is a bit hard, but afterwards is not too bad. It's nice to be set back from the main town. Breakfast is individual, not all you can eat but very nice and filling. There is even a toasty machine! The rooms are small but the beds are comfy. There is a small ensuite and it took us 2 days to find the hot switch for the shower! Lots of hammocks to chill out in. The lady owner speaks no English which wasn't helpful.