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Samba Green Hostel

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
80%

Located in a unique and less touristic area of Rio, Samba Green may seem a bit isolated, but in the same way it is right between all the hot spots. The surrounding area is much cheaper than you'll find down by Copa or Ipa. Lots of events to help guests get to know each other and to keep guests occupied. Breakfast is skimpy . Kitchen is very small.

  • 12th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Ireland
  • Female, 18-24
  • (7 reviews)


El Misti House

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
83%

Considering it is four blocks from the beach and one block from the metro and supermarkets, the hostel is the best price for a good beach location. The R$15 dinners are well worth the money because they are soooo good and very filling. Caipirinhas are good, strong, and a good value. The only thing missing is drinkable water/water filter.


Books Hostel

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
91%

I really loved my stay at Books. This is a great place to meet other travelers and its a great location for nightlife. (Also the hostel is within walking distance of the beach!) Staff is great, very fun and helpful, and they really are like a family. The rooms are big and there are lots of bathrooms and showers. I really loved that they had filtered water, soap in every bathroom, towels for free (as long as you return it), and a well stocked kitchen.


HI Hostel Chapada - Lencois

Chapada Diamantina, Brazil
83%

The hostel staff were great and went out of their way to help on a number of occasions. Staff pick you up at the bus terminal-very helpful. Breakfast was soooo great. Rooms safe, with big lockers to store important things. Lots of common space with hammocks and tables, TV. The common kitchen was well stocked, but it could do with a cleaning--i.e. with chemicals and brush etc.

  • 18th Jun 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Ireland
  • Female, 18-24
  • (7 reviews)


Pousada dos Duendes - Lencois

Chapada Diamantina, Brazil
77%

Breakfast was ok. Bagged lunch expensive, but big. Tours are more expensive than offered in other parts of the town. Far walk (relitavley) from the center of town...but it is a safe walk. They have a dog that was chained up for most of the time that I was there (3 nights) which I thought was a bit cruel. Kitchen open for guests did not have supplies for cleaning dishes. Lots of space to hang out during the day/night. Good sized rooms. Computer available for use with good WiFi.

  • 17th Jun 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Ireland
  • Female, 18-24
  • (7 reviews)


Hostel Cobreu

Salvador, Brazil
100%

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Hostal Forestal

Santiago, Chile
90%

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