Los Jardines Colgantes de Babilonia Hostel Reviews
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I can't say anything bad about this hostel because it was fine. The room was clean, the showers clean,kitchen fully equipped and easy to use and the staff were friendly and very helpful. However we were there over Carnaval weekend and when asked about events they couldn't tell us anything, when we asked about restaurants again they couldn't recommend any...all in all it seemed they knew nothing of Montevideo. Saying that they were lovely people and helpful with things in the hostel!
- Novice Nomad
- Mixed Group, 25-30
- (1 review)
Really fun place. The staff is amazing, super friendly and always seem to be in a good mood. The hostel itself is an interestingly weird building, which led to large and coazy common rooms, perfect relax during a downpoor. Only downside is it doesn't have a/c, which might be a problem at the height of summer.
Me and my girlfriend liked very much our stay in this Hostel. It's not only very interesting with its decoration (it really looks like the Gardens of Babilonia) but the staff is very receptive and kind. The owners were always there to help and lend a little chat. I strongly recommend.
The staff was very kind and helpful, good breakfast aswell (ham, cheese, fruits!), well located since it is right in the old town! I liked the atmosphere in the comon areas, free internet wich is also very convenient.
The brand-new, Hanging Gardens of Babylon Hostel, here in Montevideo, Uruguay, is the most wonderful hostel I have ever stayed in and that has been a whole lot of hostels all over the world. At $20 per night for a new and comfortable bunk bed, it's really hard to beat. I It's a restored mansion whose inner patios drip with plants, hanging from the ceiling, in pots everywhere. Walls sport Bolivian crafts and beauty. Soon, an artisan marketplace with crafts, food and music will be open , too.
Minuscule musty rooms without windows, plastic plants, incredibly sketchy neighbourhood after 11 pm.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
The owner is so lovely and helpful and the place has a lot of charm. The breakfast was also the best we have had in all of South America. Definitely recommend this hostel!
Nice location, close to Mercado del Puerto, but can be a bit unsave during night time