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La Covacha Hostel

Salta, Argentina
86%

Nice place, fantastic (huge) bed and spacious room with lots of light. Shared bathrooms not bad - one of them didn't lock, but it was not a problem. Free breakfast was disappointing - bread, butter

  • 12th Aug 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • England
  • Female, 41+
  • (9 reviews)


Hostal Candelaria

San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
86%

It is a little walk from town - say 10 minutes, and perhaps 15 mins from bus station. The host is very nice and web lent me a jacket for the El Tatio geysers when he learned that I didn't have many warm clothes. Rooms are nice with small balconies and tables and chairs outside. Shared bathrooms clean, though the water veered between burning hot or freezing cold if you even touched the cold tap! Breakfast was good, but starts at 8, we were very kindly given it early on day 2 before our bus :)


Q'anan Pacha

Puno, Peru
69%

This was a cool and interesting place to stay, however as it was in a straw hut on a straw island the facilities are obviously basic, no shower or heating, but there is a toilet (you have to throw water down to flush), solar lighting in the hut and many blankets! Basic food available in th restaurant - fish, chicken or cheese. Eggs, bread, jam

  • 26th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • England
  • Female, 41+
  • (9 reviews)


94%

Loved this hostal, we had a fantastic, spacious, double room with a large, firm, bed and nice, crisp, cotton sheets. The pool is well-kept, there is a decent kitchen with toaster and oven and the whole hostel seemed very clean. Staff were very helpful and the free salsa class was fun and a good workout! Only downsides were that there is not a lot around San Antonio (especially if you want to go out or eat), and some of the hostel drinks are a little overpriced.

  • 14th Jun 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • England
  • Female, 41+
  • (9 reviews)


Divanga Bed & Breakfast

Taganga, Colombia
77%

We stayed in the apartment rather than the main b


Yaxkin Hostel

Palenque, Mexico
94%

Great hostel, very close to the bus station and easy access to Tikal. Good wifi and a great on-site cafe if you don't want to make your own breakfast!


Guesthouse Zin & Grand Cafe

Paramaribo, Suriname
94%

We loved this place. The private rooms with bathroom are very basic, but the facilities and staff were fantastic. great pool, bar and common areas, decent food (though extremely limited if you are vegetarian). There is always someone on the door, a friendly night watchman called Singh and the barmaid Marischa was really helpful as well as making great drinks. Our baggage was securely stored when we went on a trip and came back here.

  • 28th Feb 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • England
  • Female, 41+
  • (9 reviews)