Chilled out place feels like a hippy commune campsite with camp fires and breakfast and dinners served in outside common area. We went off peak so it was nice but I imagine this place would be a big party hostel during peak time so if that isn't your thing maybe think twice. Also go for bungalows if you prefer your own bathroom and bed to be raised off the floor otherwise treehouse if u don't mind mattress being on the floor and using shared bathroom down stairs.
Stayed in the female dorm it was great, comfy beds, clean and quiet. All the hostel staff are extremely friendly and welcoming, in addition to a wealth of information. The upstairs bar is a great way to meet fellow travellers. The hostel is also located near the main mosques and sites etc.
This place was great staff were helpful, rooms cleaned everyday, cheap bar and walking distance to downtown. The hostel has a rooftop bar/parilla area which is great just to chill, have a drink, cook an asado and play their guitar/listen to music. Airconditioning was available in the private room at an extra cost ($20 pesos per night). I would recommend this place to people wanting a nice place to chill.
Loved this place great people, great decor. I stayed here during Maquinaria festival only a 10 minute walk it is also close to the Human Rights museum about a 20 min walk that I also highly recommend. Staff speak English and Spanish I would stay here again for sure it has a warm homely vide.