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Hey Anita , Friday and Hector thanks again for everything it was wonderful to meet you all! Tyler Anderson
Staff was great and the place was pretty nice. They could use another shared bathroom or two but I think that they are already working on that. Great experience overall.
One of the nicest hostels we have stayed in. Ana has created a lovely homey atmosphere- great place to hang out and stay! We stayed in the dormitory. Beds were comfortable, massive lockers, nightlight and towels included. The breakfast was great- tropical fruits, homemade jam, bread and eggs as you like! Close to malecon- would def stay here again! Thanks Ana and Hector! :)
Well located in close to the Malécon this hostel-transformed appartement offers clean and spacious rooms. The beds in the dorm are comfy and the lockers big enough for your whole backpack. Two electric plugs per bed were a bonus but only a few beds had their own lights. Breakfast is simple (toast with jam and egg plus tea/coffee) but you can buy additional things. The kitchen has all you need and the owner is very helpful. Wifi is fast and stable. Music during the day might make Skype difficult.
Ana (Anita) was an amazing host, which made my stay significantly more enjoyable. This place is very clean, they provide an amazing breakfast every morning, and the staff is very friendly! I would recommend this hostel to anyone going to Guayaquil!!!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
This little quaint place to sleep is so close to the tourist sections of Guayaquil. The staff is awesome, breakfast is delicious, and the lounge area/balcony is gorgeous. Definitely a great value for the money and great people that run the place. They really want to help you have a great time in Guayaquil :)
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
This was easily the best hostel I have stayed at in Latin America, bar none. Excellent rates, with caring and friendly staff who know Guayaquil very well. Breakfast every morning is lovely, the bathrooms/shower are clean (with good hot water pressure!) and the living/common areas are hip and comfortable. Fede and the gang really know how to take care of people, and on my return to Guayaquil I already know who I will call. Fantastic job folks!
Breakfast was great, staff really helpful and friendly. Plug sockets near the bed, hot water and secure lockers in the dorm. Would definitely recommend staying here.
great hostel but needs more than 1 communal toilet. rooms were perfect and airy and staff extremely helpful- especially June
I had a great time here. The owners were amazing and very helpful!!
Kitchen is locked overnight: meant when I left early in the morning I couldn't get the food I'd prepared from the fridge. But the staff did leave a packed breakfast for me. Only place I've ever had to pay to leave luggage.
The staff are super friendly and helpful. Good breakfast of eggs, toast, tea/coffee and juice. Dorm rooms are big, plenty of room for people and bags. Very clean. The hostel feels like home with a living room and big kitchen. It is difficult to find RE from street level, look for a small black sign.
Stayed here one night en route to Quito. However, long enough to vouch for the cleanliness, great staff, spacious private room, large, well equipped kitchen and substantial breakfast. The only thing worth noting is that it is a little hard to find. There is no obvious signage. We mentioned this to the owners and they said that they were working on this. Either way, keep your eyes peeled or else you'll miss it.