Great location and great place to relax for a couple of days. Private beach with nightly volleyball before a band and then beach party kicking of later. If you don't like a bit of noise, probably not for you, but hard not to enjoy yourself here.
Probably the best hostel I've ever stayed in. Modern, clean, comfortable, and most importantly, comes with a pool. Oh, and airconditioning. Add a bar, or a fridge for guests to keep food and drinks cool in, and you've got an absolute winner. Staff were very helpful and the location puts you halfway between the ruins and town, with a supermarket across the road and an Oxxo and 7-Eleven right there.
Nice little hostel that could probably benefit from installing some AC, at least in the common rooms. The fans in the dorms make sleep achievable. Close to everything you need in Valladolid, which is a beautiful, little town.
The dorms had the smell of dampness to them and the bed was pretty uncomfortable. The small shower rooms always had wet floors as they had no ventilation. The staff were nice, and the hostel is in a good location, close to attractions and restaurants and a supermarket.
Right in the heart of Colonia, not that that is hard to do in such a small town, this is a decent hostel, though security is a little lacking. There are no keys to the room and people could walk straight in off the street. That said, it's probably not going to happen in this beautiful, sleepy little town. And you do have a very large locker under your bed. The staff are also very nice and happy to help out and the beds were pretty comfortable. They also put on a BBQ, very cheap and tasty.
Located away from the centre of Foz do Iguazu, off the beaten track, Hostel Natura is a relaxing haven to use as your base for checking out the falls. Hammocks, cabanas, pool, natural swimming pond, relaxed atmosphere and great staff. Highly recommend.
If you're just going to be using this as a place to sleep while checking out São Paulo, it does the job. No lockers in the rooms and the common room is pretty small, but it's relatively clean, the beds are alright and there is a secure entrance to the hostel.
Staff were very helpful and spoke English, which was great as I spoke no Portuguese. There is a bar downstairs that is open to locals, so great way to meet people, but it can get a little loud at night. But if you're staying in hostels and not packing ear plugs, then it's your own fault if it keeps you up. Location is good on a great strip of bars and restaurants and close to the local park.