Lot of long-term stayers so not the typical backpackers atmosphere. Place is a bit run down
Location is good (next to train station in the party area) and breakfast is sufficient with cereals, milk, bread and different spreads. The AC was broken our entire stay and it was unbelievably hot in the rooms and communal areas. Kitchen is poorly equipped with very few pots and a too small fridge. Many long-term stayers so no real backpackers atmosphere.
Great hostel. Comfy beds, well equipped kitchen and free homemade bread in the morning! It is also very very well cleaned.
Clean rooms with firm bunkbeds. It is a dry hostel which makes it a little more difficult to hang around and meet people (you are kinda forced to go to the bar next door if you want to have a drink). Too bad they don't organize activities in the hostel to interact more with fellow travellers
Good hostel with clean and new facilities. Centrally located
Nice, clean hostel with comfy (and warm since it gets cold in Cusco at night) beds. Breakfast is above Peruvian standards with eggs and yoghurt with cereals. Wifi is reliable and showers are nicely warm. Only downside is that there is no heated communal area
The hostel is quite special when it come to the construction. Different wooden houses and nice, comfy beds.
Friendly staff and great location. I was there in low season so unfortunately it was not really busy but this place is a good location for exploring Quito
Good hostel. Great facilities and services (specially the pool and free caipirinhas during happy hour). Breakfast is really good and the dogs are really fun and friendly
I love this hostel! Best breakfast I have ever had in a hostel (every morning people did not want to be the first to take since it is well presented), with tons of fruit, bread spreads and even sausages in tomato. Pablo, the owner, is really welcoming and the hammocks are superb! Best hostel I stayed at in South America
Great hostel, with very friendly and helpful staff. Good beds and a nice breakfast (with fruit, bread, ham
This is a really nice hostel to stay at if you want to relax and have a good time. They provide surf classes and the horse riding tour in the nat park is definitely recommendable. Nice hammocks to relax and breakfast is one of the best I have had so far in South America!! The staff is international and really friendly.
Nice place to stay. As it was low season there was not much to do in town, but it is a nice hostel to stay. Breakfast is decent (cereals and bread with coffee/tea/milk). AC in the 10 bedroom dorm did not work and kitchen was dusty but for the rest it was a good place (good beds)
Great hostel, definitely recommendable. I stayed here 3 nights and had a fun time. Staff is great, location is good and the facilities are really good (except the shower, which is not stable when it comes to the water temperature). Breakfast is good as well
Hostel was not my favorite. Staff is average (nice, but slow) and bathroom is dirty and broken. Breakfast was poor (croissants with coffee). Beds are good and kitchen is okay
Nice hostel. Very clean and good facilities. I liked the roof terrace and common room.