Simply, your home in El Cotillo. Wonderful example of family-owned hostel where you feel at home. The place is quite isolated from the rest of the island, true, but it is located in a very authentic island village, surrounded by breathtaking wild landscapes and beautiful seas. A little world to explore and to dive into. The true essence of break from the daily routine.
Already visited in the recent past. Amazing as always.
Probably the best hostel I ever visited. Super location, amazing staff, super cool roof terrace, huge kitchen with all you need and more. Maybe the number of bathrooms is a bit low, and often in the morning you have to queue, but they are big and well kept. Definitely super highly recommended.
The hostel is more like a big house. Many long term residents and a really good atmosphere when in the evening you want to have a chat with someone. Staff is excellent and available 24/7 Unfortunately the cleanliness is a big black spot, especially in the toilets.. Many of the residents are quite uncivilized, noisy and disrespectful. But this isn't a management fault. Suggestion: Maximum age limit (around 35). There is quite a good number of over 40s defeated-by-life people who are out of place
Position is very good, staff is exceptional, rooms are quite big and warm. Toilets and showers are few but very clean. I had to leave earlier than planned and they refunded my money. This doesn't happen everywhere. Flaws: There is no laundry and no kitchen Mark: 75 over 100 :D
Price isn't competitive, if compared to nearby other hostels. Small rooms are quick cleaned daily, but if you have a bed booked for 20 nights, they will NEVER change your bedcloth. The wifi is a disaster (I often went to mcdonald to use a decent one). Toilets are few (Morning queues) and VERY disgustingly smelly. Breakfast has a poor choice. Kitcken is average, but impossible to use in peak time. Showers are the only good thing. I hardly understand how this place can be well rated. To avoid.
- Novice Nomad
- Mixed Group, 18-24
- (6 reviews)