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The hostel was awesome! It was in a great location and bikes were available for rent to tour the town. The staff was extremely helpful in giving advice on activities. There is also a delicious restaurant that is connected where one must eat if in town!
Overall we had quite a negative experience. We booked a double bed private bathroom. Upon arriving, we paid in full for the room we had booked, before being taken to a twin shared bathroom. We were told there were no other rooms left. Worse, though, they refused to refund the difference in price between rooms because 'it was already in the system'. Nothing of interest in walking distance, and the common rooms often smelt of cigarette smoke. Look elsewhere, or skip Pereira entirely.
A really nice, clean, modern hostel with great facilities - the kitchen and bathrooms were great. There are many spacious common areas and the general atmosphere was good.
Everything perfect. Just missed the kitchen at night!
It is a 20 min walk from the city center, there are enough places to eat around. You can get breakfast for 5000 at the hostel. What I didn't like is the fact that there is no hot water all the times. I guess it is because the water is heated with solar energy ... No son no hot water. Anything else was great!
What a place!! After we spend a week in a eco farm hostel this hostel made us feel that we were in a hotel! It's beautiful, clean and the facility's are awesome. I would definelty recommend anybody to go to this hostel. It lays really central to everything!
Very nice and useful staff, some parts of the hostel had a really nice layout. We stayed in a room that had not been recently renovated (room #8 maybe?), but it was fine. What didn't work out so well was that we were on the bottom floor down the hall from the entryway and it would be really loud whenever people would come in (the noise coming in through the open window, which we couldn't close because otherwise it'd get too stuffy and hot).
This place was alright. The doors are loud and awkward and sound travels throughout the hostel at all hours. We ended up moving to a bed abd breakfast nearby for the same cost and were much more comfortable.
Helpful staff, nice place. Upstairs terrace is awesome. Good tour planning - Don Manolo's coffee plantation tour was fantastic. Be VERY careful at night on this street. Not well lit, not great security precautions. Recommend always taking taxis to