I loved "Mamma" and "Pappa", the owners of the hostel. They make staying in their hostel an unforgetable experience! Breakfast was good and the dorms were comfortable. I will also never forget my welcome! Before I was checked it, I was invited next door to try the best cachaca I have ever tasted. And on my second day they booked me in for a free tour with a neighbouring hostel! The only complaint I have is there are only two showers, but I loved the place so much it didn't matter.
Generally this is a nice hostel. It has some nice features... A common area with TV, big shower, and a bar open to the public with imported beer. Also its in a nice area. However I recommend not staying in the 12 room dorm if you want peace. It was noisy with people coming and going at all hours, shuffling around in their lockers, and dropping things in the middle of the night. The smaller dorms upstairs looked more comfortable and had the lockers outside, which is probably less noisy.
The cheaper dorms don't have aircon, so don't book them when a heatwave is going on, its unbearable. Although they did swap me in to an air conditioned room when I requested at no extra charge, however the air con was very loud. The location was good, but its in a residential area so we had to be quiet after 10pm.
This hostel was nice, the staff friendly and the bar downstairs very cool. They don't lie when they say this hostel is well known... When I spoke to locals and they asked where I was staying, and I said a hostel, they automatically asked "CasaAzul?" When I was there it was rather quiet and very hot! But the rooms are rather cosy and bed comfortable, and there is a nice kitchen and shared area upstairs.
- Avid Traveller
- Female, 18-24
- (12 reviews)
I have no complaints about this hostel, it is very nice! It is clean and spacious, with big bathrooms. The staff are also friendly and helpful.
Pata pata was ok. But you have to be let in and out every time you want to come or go from the Hostel.
This hostel was comfortable and had a great location. The staff were average. I was dissapointed to leave when they did not have any vacancy on the weekend as it was a nice place to stay. They provide lockers and give you keys to access the building.
Well its a very homely and clean hostel. I hope you like cosy, because the rooms and kitchen are small and there are only a couple of bathrooms for a lot of people.
Don't stay in this "hostel" (its really a hotel from the stone ages and lost its HI membership). It may seem ok from a distance, I.e. good breakfast and pool, but my room was horrid. It was hot inside, there was no toilet paper, the tap in my bathroom didn't work (and nothing was done about it), and I suspect there were flees or bed bugs, because I had them jumping all over me after I left! The hotel is in a bad area and their tours have a bad rep in Campo Grande.
The location is fantastic and the property beautiful, but the room was cramped, there was no ladder for the top bunk, and they only provided a blanket and not a sheet for the bed. Also there was no locker to secure my important processions. The staff were friendly and helped when they could, but sometimes were unhelpful when it came to providing information about tours and activities to do at the falls. Breakfast was great.
This is the perfect hostel! I felt like I was at home. I recommend it to everyone!
This is my second time in this hostel, and it's still great. Its the location and the people that make this place. Its right on the beautiful Barra da Logao, and there is always something to do (at least when I was there in Spring). Its a very social hostel and I went out every night I was there and made lots of friends. Its a guaranteed good time.