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There is no wifi, no power in the rooms. The rooms were very un inviting with only a bed in the giant empty room. The hill could use a couple of chairs. The one lady host was unfriendly, we saw her after our stay and she pretended we didn't exist.
We realised after we paid that they never took account of the t that we had paid a deposit on hostelworld already, it was not sibtracted from what we owed. We feel this was just an honest mistake but the hostel should be more aware of how people have booked
This place was wonderful. I planned to stay for two nights and ended up staying for four. It's such a breath of fresh air from the city, and not too far from Salento. I didn't mind doing the 20-30 min walk once a day for activities or buying food to cook. The hostel was clean and quiet. No wifi, which for me was nice. If you need wifi, there are plenty of cafes or restaurants in town you can go to. I really enjoyed my time at Yambolombia and hope to return in the future.
This is one of the smaller, more familiar hostels, good for single travelers. Their single dorm is in the attic and has a bit of a slumber party feeling to it, as, except for one upper bunk, it’s all low beds. It’s in a quiet location out in the hills with a nice view. A bit hippie, with one of the really caring owners giving yoga lessons. Breakfast isn’t included but they’ll prepare one freshly for you, if you want it (which you should, as it’s good).
No Internet, no food to buy except for breakfast, walk to town is definitely more than 20 minutes, pretty expensive for not including more than a bed far away from everything. Maybe good for people who want to get out... I left after a short night.
This is a hippie/alternative hostel located in a beautiful landscape. Located quite far out of town (30 min walk) so would suite people that got a bit of time to spend in Salento.
A beautiful hostel, and it was nice to stay slightly more out in the countryside rather than in the busy town. However, walking the 30 mins into and back out from Salento did get a little bit tiring by the end of our stay, as we probably did the trip 10 times in total. If you want to be right in the heart of things with easy access, this isn't your hostel. However, if you want a hostel with a chilled out vibe, friendly owner in a beautiful coiuntryside setting, go for it!! Need more plug sockets
We (3 girls) stayed in the hostel for 3 nights. And we loved it! If you are searching for a quiet and relax place to stay you should definetly go to this hostel. The owner is really nice and makes breakfast for everyone in the morning. And it is delicious. I would recommend everyone to stay there!
Yambolombia is a cool chilled place to stay in a quiet peaceful place in beautiful surroundings,Gabriel very helpful and accommodating,a bit of a walk from Salento,if peace and quiet's what you are after this is the place for you,make sure you buy food for dinner as,previously mentioned it's a bit of a walk,breakfast is available at a reasonable cost
Lovely and peaceful place to stay. A horse that runs around the house, two lovely dogs and awesome host who gives good tour information and organises riding tours. It is a good walk (or jeep ride) from the city center and beds are not the most comfy ones. Alltogether good value for money and clean bathrooms. Definately recommended
The hostel lies in the mountains, about a 15/20 minute walk from Salento. We loved staying here, it was very quiet and the views were beautiful! The staff is very kind and the breakfast is so good that you don't need food until dinner.
I loved staying at Yambolombia because it's in the middle of nature, surrounded by green hills, no noise, no traffic, close to the coffee fincas... A 25 min pleasant walk to Salento. Great location if you wanna go for a run (or a hike). If you arrive in the dark, take a taxi (jeep) for 8000 pesos. The owner is a super relaxed and friendly local who knows a lot about the area and other places you might wanna visit in Colombia. The dorm is spacious and the matrasses are firm.
Lovely Quiet and Inspiring After Medellin we decided to stay a little bit outside of Salento. This was a very Good choice. Day 1 brought us a rough and beautiful mountainbike Tour. For me the days started with the best yoga class I've had in a while. Martha starts the dat with living power for body and soul. The surrounding and atmosphere made me want to stay an extra day. Thanks for the wonderful breakfast and hospitality.
A peaceful hostel run by friendly people. Nestled in quiet, natural surroundings with beautiful views. Breakfast was delicious. Cute dogs and a horse named Campanita are wandering around looking for belly rubs.
Quiet location away from town, ideal for a relax. No wifi but it is an Eco lodge!
Great hostel with very warm welcoming hosts. Nice place to get away from the city for a while but bear in mind that there is nothing around there - not even a place to buy a bottle of water. Take food and drinks with you as they don't sell anything at the hostel except breakfast. No social scene at all
to go there you need more then 20 minutes, as they says.