I was surprised by how comforting pie dra was after seeing fairly scathing reviews of all the hostels in town. Warm comfy beds and hot showers were my two key wishes coming off the salt flats and both were present. Bolivia-slow internet was present and a pretty average breaky were the only downsides.
Great chilled hotel - loved every second. My only suggestion would be to ask tour questions of the managers during the day as the night staff aren't as experienced
Only stayed here one night before meeting friends at Lao. This one is a little more party with lots and lots of activities for guests to meet people. I personally preferred the chilled out vibe at Lao but would happily stay at either again
A decent hike out of town (40 mins easy walking pace) but super cheap taxis compensate. Amazing pastry breaky from the yummy bakery next door. Friendliest staff ever!!
A great hostel with all the facilities but a few factors mean the atmosphere falls short. My dorm room over 3 days had myself, a 60 European man and a Spanish speaking mum and her 7-8 year old kid which I've never seen in a hostel before! The tv in the centre of the one inside hangout area meant most people stuck to siting silently on wifi so not to disturb the tv watchers. Maybe it would be amazing at other times!
Chilled and social atmosphere. Bathrooms are a bit shabby but at least they have hot water. I visited their montevideo one as well & similar set up there so a decent chain to use I think
Monica and Miguel are the perfect hosts. Very clean, comfy & cosy rooms. Try the organic, hand squeezed wine from their friends down the road.
A super chilled out converted home run by a family of cute Uruguayan boys. La barra is in easy reach of PDE but heaps more relaxed, more stylish
What an amazing new hostel! The beds are the best you could ever ask for, comfy chill out area, cool bar, great kitchen
Te definition of relaxation. Hammocks galore, chilled out but very friendly staff and owner plus a good availability of activities if you want. As a converted house the facilities are functional but basic bit I promise once you eat their asado that won't matter! Book ahead in high season
This is the definition of relaxed! Family asado feasts, hammocks galore ... It's like living with locals for a few days. If you need somewhere with all the mod cons this isn't for you but I fell in love with this place
The staff on front desk are lovely .. Apart from that the rooms are below par, bathrooms pretty gross
Lemon spirit is in an amazing location with good breakfast
What an amazing hostel - lovely showers
Couldn't find a fault with this hostel - if only there was one like it in every city!!!!
absolutely crazy manager seemed to wake up up screaming at an unsuspecting backpacker who dared to whisper in the corridor after 10pm. He kicked out more people at 3am than I can count. I had a private room with ensuite to kept to myself (as I used to live in Sydney and just wanted a private place to crash at night while I was recovering from jetlag), and it was a big room with everything I needed.
- Avid Traveller
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What a beautiful place! There seems to be a lot of long-termers here, which makes it a very family, homely environment. Somehow my bookings was lost, but they managed to find us a place to stay with no hassles.
- Avid Traveller
- (19 reviews)