Hostel Mora Mendoza Reviews
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I had originally planned for a two night stay at Hostel Mora but ended up extending to four. The staff were super helpful and the breakfast and wine were such a treat. Def one of the best hostels I've stayed in so far.
Great experience! An excellent service from a very friendly and helpfull staff, always going the extra mile to accomodate guest's needs.
We had the best time at Hostel Mora! The staff was incredibly nice and helpful, there were clean personal showers, a beautiful backyard with hammocks, and happy hour wine from 7-8pm! I honestly cannot speak highly enough of this place. I wish I could have stayed longer!
Everyone was so nice, so helpful, and just so pleasant to be around. The space was clean and adorable - there's a backyard with hammocks and tables. I definitely recommend doing their nightly activities - the asado is beyond delicious (and a ton of food) and the empanada-making class rocked. They will make you breakfast in the morning (can anyone say crepes with dulce de leche!?) and there's free wine happy hour every night :) Honestly, one of the best hostel experiences that I have ever had.
Free wine every night, nice staff and a very relaxt back yard. Besuden u can do your own laundry, very nice.free wine does give u a headache sometimes;)
Staff was friendly and helpful. Really enjoyed playing futbol with the guys. Rooms were clean. Breakfast was good if nothing to write home about. The kitchen has everything you need to cook for yourself.
Good location close to the bus terminal which made it easy to walk with our luggage, and also close to the bus route to the Maipu wine area. Not too far to walk to the restaurant and bar districts. The staff were friendly, especially the wonderful girl in the morning who makes dulce de leche filled crepes or scrambled eggs for breakfast. Internet was a little touch and go, but they had other facilities such as a washing machine where you could wash your own clothes!
This hostel was amazing. I have only ever given 100% to a couple of hostels but I couldn't fault this hostel at all. They let us check in early after we got off our night bus, the breakfast we amazing every morning, they were really helpful with info and tours, good location, we were really lucky and had a great group of people there so the atmosphere was awesome. Just like you're staying in a big house. We booked for 2 nights and stayed for 4 in the end. Thanks for a great stay!
The staff is great, as are the activities the hostel hosts. The horseback riding was great fun- highly recommend. The only downside is that the downstairs room is noisy both at night and in the morning as it is right in the middle of the common area. I'd recommend staying upstairs or outside if a light sleeper.
This place is amazing. Breakfast is incredible, the (free!!) empanada class is awesome, the free wine each night is fab, as is the BBQ. Make sure you DEFINITELY book the horse riding with Juan, he is legendary and this will be a highlight of your trip. We stayed in a private room which was huge, the bathrooms were cleaned throughout the day and there was hot water. Wifi worked and all in all a fab place. Oh and the free washing machine was awesome. Don't stay anywhere else!
Amazing hostel, it is the only place I have given 100% too on our trip so far. Really good value. Breakfasts amazing worth getting up for even after too much wine. Free wine happy hour is the best idea in a hostel yet at everyone has an excuse to socialise. There are lots of activities and trips to join some of which are amazing value such as empanada making (it's free with more free wine) and pizza party. Staff are also great. You really must stay here.
Excellent hostel option in Mendoza - excursions organized by the staff there (a little pricier than other tour agencies but convenience was a big plus) and free events offered including wine tasting and mate classes, cooking classes, free wine every night, etc. The staff are very welcoming. Location is fine as the city isn't very big anyway. Kitchen is small but sufficient. Never waited for a shower. Nice indoor and outdoor common areas to hang out. Wifi was consistent and reliable.
We were stuck in mendoza because of the Chilean border closing and the staff - 1 woman in particular - was very attentive in helping us figure out what needed to be done to change our tickets and reschedule our trip.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
Great hostel with good activities. Amazing breakfast and clean rooms and bathrooms. Staff were really friendly and helpful.
Friendly, and really helpful staff Great breakfast Free mate class was fun
Brilliant hostel: staff friendly and helpful, central, well-organised in-house activities, a free glass of wine every evening. Strongly recommend.
Good hostel would stay again, good location, activities and support to access the area.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 25-30
- (1 review)
Amazing hostel! Super friendly staff, very good location, with bars, clubs, restaurants (even some vegetarian), bus terminal in a walking distance; awesome breakfast, nice common areas, easy to meet other travellers, plenty of activities for day time and for the night, I highly recommend the bike wine tour, it was a such great experience!! I could complain a little bit about the old facilities and squeaky beds, but the atmosphere is soooo nice that you don't even notice the rest. Gracias Gonzalo
Friendly staff (specially Gonzalo, who is always available to give you advices or recommendations). Excellent breakfast (crepes, fruit, eggs, milk, tea, pastry). I would like to take the free empanada class, but had to return back home.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)