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Group Booking Terms and Conditions

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General Group Booking Terms

By making a group reservation through Hostelworld.com you agree to the following terms and conditions as set by Hostelworld.com and as set by the hostel in question.

  • In order to make a group reservation on Hostelworld.com it is necessary to pay a deposit. The balance is due directly to the hostel according to their payment conditions.
  • The booking deposit is non-refundable.
  • Please note that any cancellations must be notified directly to the hostel at least 24 hours in advance of your scheduled arrival date, unless otherwise stated in the hostel's conditions.
  • Hostelworld.com are not responsible for changes or amendments to your reservation once it has been processed. All correspondence with regard to changes to your booking need to be dealt with directly with the hostel.
  • Cancellations for reservations must be made directly with the hostel and must conform with the individual hostels cancellation policy (see below)
  • It is your responsibility to pay the balance of your accommodation cost to the hostel in accordance with their payment conditions (see below). Failure to do so may result in your reservation being cancelled by the hostel.
  • Individual hostels may have special booking conditions relating to group stays, please read the hostel booking conditions carefully before making your reservation.

Hostel Specific Terms & Conditions

The remainder of the amount due will be charged to your credit card on arrival. Should numbers or room selection change, the per person deposit times the number of people who actually travelled will be deducted from the total accommodation charge levvied by the hostel.

Additional Info:

¿Y qué debemos tener en cuenta antes de ir de vacaciones este verano a un hotel o apartamento turístico?
Lo primero que hemos de tener en cuenta es que las vacaciones no serán como las de siempre este verano, al menos, ya que entre las medidas de seguridad, las medidas de higiene, la psicosis que todavía existe en muchas zonas de playa y vacaciones con personas de distintas zonas, puede que irse de vacaciones no sea todo lo relajante y reconfortante que esta acción suele ser. ¿Habrá problemas para sentarse en una terraza o comer en un restaurante? Esperamos que no sea así y que, como pasa normalmente, todo pase y se implante la cordura y el sentido común.
Tendremos que ir preparados con nuestras mascarillas dado que estas serán de uso obligatorio en muchos momentos y ser pacientes con los aforos ya que puede que no podamos bañarnos en la piscina o incluso entrar en la playa si el aforo está completo. Como hemos indicado antes, las vacaciones, al menos este verano, van a ser muy distintas y nosotros tendremos que hacer un ejercicio, en el caso de aventurarnos a esta nueva forma de salir en verano, de concienciación para adaptarnos a la nueva "normalidad" que nos está dejando el "coronavirus".
¿Y qué podemos hacer nosotros en el caso de decidirnos a ir de vacaciones?
Además de cargarnos de paciencia, recomendamos tomar las medidas de higiene básicas que ya hemos incluido en otros artículos sobre el COVID-19 en vuelos y aeropuertos o prevenir contagios de COVID-19 en el transporte público dado que son muy similares y aplicarían en hoteles y otros negocios de hostelería. Estas medidas incluyen:
1. Mantener una buena higiene de manos ya que el jabón es el mayor enemigo de cualquier virus.
2. Uso de mascarillas y gafas de protección en espacios cerrados o espacios abiertos

mucha gente cuando no corra el aire. Es importante comprar tus propias mascarillas. ¿No sabes qué máscarillas comprar? Echa un vistazo a las diferencias entre mascarillas para asegurarte. Nosotros recomendamos la FFP2 (nomenclatura europea) o las N95 (nomenclatura de Estados Unidos) ya que son las que mejor protegen en ambas direcciones.
3. Mantener las distancias de seguridad en todo momento.
4. No tocarnos la cara o los ojos para evitar contagios por esas vías.
5. Llevar siempre toallitas desinfectantes y gel desinfectante para desinfectar las zonas en las que nos sentamos o comemos. ¡Más vale prevenir que curar!
5. Ponerte guantes, mascarillas y gafas de protección cuando vayas a un baño público.
6. Intenta evitar el uso del dinero en metálico si no llevas guantes.
7. Aplicar el sentido común. Se trata de pasar un buen rato y no estresarnos por las nuevas medidas que están imponiendo desde el gobierno para evitar más contagios.
No hemos incluido en este artículo medidas que puedes tomar para prevenir contagios por COVID-19 en restaurantes ya que entendemos que son las mismas que puedes tomar en otro tipo de situaciones. ¿Nuestra recomendación? Pásalo bien, toma las medidas de higiene recomendadas y no te lo tomes demasiado a pecho. Viajar tiene muchas ventajas positivas y queremos que las experimentes todas.

Any cancellations resulting from agreement to these terms and conditions under false pretences will result in loss of deposit.

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7.9
  • Perfect Location
  • Brilliant Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
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Property Description

In Miconia House the reception is open 24 hours, tourist information is provided and organize shuttles to the airport for a fee.

Miconia House is located in a central hotel zone of Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island, 3 minutes from the Malecon promenade of the city. It offers visitors a variety of tourist activities available in the area and enjoy a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere .

All rooms have balconies overlooking the city, wardrobe, air conditioning and bathroom. Some include cook.Towels and linens are provided.

Miconia House's Policies & Conditions:

Check in from 10:00.
Check out before 10:00 .

Payment upon arrival by cash.
Taxes not included - 12.00%

Cancellation policy: 72 hours before arrival.

Breakfast not included.

General:

No curfew.
Child friendly.
Reception available 24 hours.
And what should we take into account before going on vacation this summer to a hotel or tourist apartment?
The first thing we have to bear in mind is that vacations will not be like the usual this summer, at least, since among the security measures, hygiene measures, the psychosis that still exists in many beach areas and vacations with people from different areas, going on vacation may not be as relaxing and comforting as this action usually is. Will there be problems sitting on a terrace or eating in a restaurant? We hope that this is not the case and that, as normally happens, everything passes and sanity and common sense are implanted.
We will have to go prepared with our masks since these will be mandatory in many moments and be patient with the gauges since we may not be able to bathe in the pool or even enter the beach if the capacity is full. As we have indicated before, the holidays, at least this summer, are going to be very different and we will have to do an exercise, in the case of venturing into this new way of going out in summer, to raise awareness to adapt to the new "normality" that the "coronavirus" is leaving us.

And what should we take into account before going on vacation this summer to a hotel or tourist apartment?
The first thing we have to bear in mind is that vacations will not be like the usual this summer, at least, since among the security measures, hygiene measures, the psychosis that still exists in many beach areas and vacations with people from different areas, going on vacation may not be as relaxing and comforting as this action usually is. Will there be problems sitting on a terrace or eating in a restaurant? We hope that this is not the case and that, as normally happens, everything passes and sanity and common sense are implanted.
We will have to go prepared with our masks since these will be mandatory in many moments and be patient with the gauges since we may not be able to bathe in the pool or even enter the beach if the capacity is full. As we have indicated before, the holidays, at least this summer, are going to be very different and we will have to do an exercise, in the case of venturing into this new way of going out in summer, to raise awareness to adapt to the new "normality" that the "coronavirus" is leaving us. View House Rules

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Reviews & Ratings

7.9
  • Value For Money 7.5

  • Security 8.0

  • Location 9.5

  • Staff 7.0

  • Atmosphere 6.5

  • Cleanliness 8.0

  • Facilities 8.5


Latest Reviews

  • 7.4

    Very Good

    27 Feb 2020
    Very run down hostel, would not stay twice.
    Australia, Female, 41+
  • 6.9

    Good

    24 Nov 2018
    Great location. Staff is very 'relaxed.' We got our room at checkin and had to wait 45 minutes for it to be ready. Then at check out the owner wasn't anywhere to be found so we left our money under a cleaning closet door. Good place to sleep and explore on your own.
    Canada, Mixed Group, 25-30
  • 6.6

    Good

    13 Jan 2019
    V basic accommodation, 24/7 reception did not exist and walls and rooms in general leaked when it rained.
    Ireland, Couple, 25-30
  • 6.3

    Good

    12 Jun 2018
    We booked online. When we arrived, nobody was there. A guy from a business across the street came over to help. He went up to her room and knocked, looked in the adjacent copy center that she apparently also runs, but she was nowhere. We had dinner and came back, and only a drunk guy (with poor communication) was there. He went in, got a key, and told us to give him the money. With no other options, we suspiciously did so. It seems to have worked out in the end, but was quite discomforting.
    USA, Mixed Group, 25-30
  • 5.7

    Rating

    06 Sep 2019
    Saw the owner drinking in the street more than once, heard children screaming in the corridors at night, the only other guests we saw were solo men... having said that it was clean and secure, so I guess you get what you pay for.
    Australia, Female, 18-24
  • 4.6

    Rating

    04 Jun 2018
    This hostel had no reception desk. My friend and I just walked up the stairs and asked the first person we saw where we could checkin. The lady, without talking, just opened one of the doors and gave us a key to our (???) room. It was very strange. Then about 10 mintues later a man came knocking on our door, mumbling something about payment. So I went downstairs again and paid him. And those were the only times I ever saw these owners/employees, and we stayed there for 4 days.
    USA, Female, 18-24
  • 3.4

    Rating

    15 Sep 2018
    Lots of cobwebs, noisy, door wouldn’t shut without much effort (sometimes took a few minutes an a lot of muscle). No bed cover, only a sheet.
    USA, Female, 41+
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Facilities

Free
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free Parking
  • Free WiFi
General
  • Air Conditioning
  • Breakfast Not Included
  • Cable TV
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Hot Showers
Services
  • 24 Hour Reception
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Housekeeping
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Facilities
Entertainment
  • Wi-Fi


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