Need to take a cab to get there otherwise place is ok, bit of cleaning would be good.
No internet, tin the middle of the road. If I knew that the internte was so so slow I would choose this hotel, big drawback for traveller nowdays if you cant use interntet. The hotel is based between 2 streets in the valley so there is a problem with air pollution ( I cant imagine openning the window there in summer. Othrwise avarage hotel, with above average breakfast, good showers.
The hotel is located on the hill with amazing view of Petra from the roof. The staff is very helpful . The hotel offers daily free drop-offs to the Visitor Centre for free. There is free coffee and tea all day ( big money saver in Petra as this is expensive) The dinner served is also better value than that in the centre. The staff is very helpful in arranging trips and explaning how to get around Petra and Jordan.
I was bitten by bed bugs there.
- Female, 31-40
- (21 reviews)
Well I don't think the owner doesnt realise that internet connecton is a standard nowdays. I wouldn't have choosen the place if I knew the interned didn't work there ( and it looked like it is permanent feature). The place is a converted flat close to the beach, no shops nearby apart from 2 bars.
Nice hostel it would be nice if they could serve optional breafast or coffee on the terrace
The place looks nice but luck the warm and is very impersonal....the staff could be more friendly and informative about local places to eat , internet etc. Being there I felt like in a nice morgue. Not fun place at all. The room I was place in supposed to be single room ( as booked) not a room divided by some piece of glass and furniture, but they change the room after my compain.
Great hostel to catch up with other travellers, the staff should work a little bit on cleanlness. I suppose it is good value duing the peak season but if you are out of season and don't look for comapny try the nearby hotels they are much better value.
Centrally located, good value for many...defenitely come back there when in Sevilla
Be CAREFUL!!! THEY LOST MY DRIVING LICENCE WHICH WAS A DEPOSIT FOR LINEN. Check in and out is very chaotic. I was so lucky not to agree to leave my passport. I wouldn't have been stuck in Mexico now. They told me that they probably gave it to someone else by mistake ( or as I think trade for some doggy activities). You going to hear just they are sorry and this is it!. AVOID IT!!
Good place to stay in San Cristiobal. Breakfast not impressing but other things are ok. Nice colonial house.
The direction to the hostel shoudl be better, very hot shower though not very clean.
Very nice hostel thoght breakfast could be better.
After coming from Tom Greg Hostel in Krakow it looked like drop in the standard. Typical hostel found in Europe. Great location.
I have been sleeping in about 20 hostels in Europe and this was the best so far. We were accommodated in luxury flat converted into a hostel ( 3 bedrooms) with fully equipped kitchen, with seating area ( tv, dvd and satellite tv), bathroom to share in between 3 rooms. Price included breakfast and supper. Excellent value for the price.Great pizza place opposite.
clean, very efficient air conditioning- the most important this time of the year
The best hostel so far I have been is Seville ( I slept in 5 different hostels). Kitchen facilities, launge, air conditioning excellent.
Far away from the beach, lack of lockers ( hostel don't take resposibility for theft), staff indifferent, dirty bathrooms, do not recommend
Good location for night life, friendly staff, place to back again