Hostel Namaste Evora Reviews
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I had a memorable time meeting nice people, guests as well as natives, and this hostel really made my stay in Évora a gorgeous time! The hostel is situated in the old city with a huge parking space nearby (for free!). The breakfast was good and the bed was really comfortable. Also, the warden is a really amiable person! Again: thanks a lot! I loved to stay with you!
Very clean and well located. Staff is very nice and welcoming. Didn't try the breakfast but it sounds very basic.
The house was so beautiful. It is a very quiet place and the hostel owner is such a nice lady.
Very nice hostel. Maria is exceptional. She makes you feel immediately at home. It felt more like being at a bed-and-breakfast than a regular hostel. When I arrived on Saturday night, after settling the booking details, Maria took me to a party, and introduced me to a lot of her friends. Plus, the beautiful decoration contributes to making this hostel a great place to stay in Evora. I strongly recommend this hostel!!
Perfect stay. Very friendly staff who went out of their way to help us with recommendations, in a nice cosy hostel. The place was clean and quiet, and although the weather wasn't on our side, there was a lovely patio to hang out on as well. Thanks very much.
- Novice Nomad
- New Zealand
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
Ana, the co-owner/host was the absolute best part of this hostel and our stay in Evora. She translated our phone calls, she delivered coffee and biscuits to our room in the morning, she even washed all our clothes and hung everything to dry. Super friendly, outgoing, hospitable host. The hostel itself was... cozy. No key to our room, no lockers in room, not enough front door keys to go around so getting back inside the building involved knocking until someone opened the door.