Hostels in Isla Mujeres, Cancun, Mexico, North America

We have 1 Hostel in Isla Mujeres, Cancun, Mexico, North America with an average rating of 7.3 based on 13452 reviews.
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Hostel Natura Cancún

Hostel - 8.78km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Covid-19 safe

Cancun Hostel Natura is all new built! The guest will also have a discount in the Natura Restaurant, just downstairs! You don't have to pay expensive taxis to and from the clubs, its walking distance. We are 300 meters from Cocobongo and the party center,...

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Prices from €20
Perfect Location
Superb Staff
Fantastic Cleanliness

We have 1 Hostel in Cancun with an average rating of 7.3 based on 13,452 reviews.

About Cancun

Cancun is located on the Yucatán Peninsula just off the Caribbean Sea. It has a tropical climate, with a hot, rainy season from May to October; and a cooler, drier season from November to April. Cancun is known for its long stretches of white sand beaches, turquoise water, and legendary nightlife.

Hostels in Cancun are highly rated, beautifully decorated and perfectly located for you to enjoy a true piece of paradise. Most of the hostels offer both private and dorm rooms, pools, and immaculate indoor and outdoor lounge space. Many of the Cancun hostels also offer hostel activities like BBQs and parties, as well as bookings for tours, snorkelling, and other great events!

There are hostel options in Cancun’s downtown district, as well as the Zona Hotelera which is a long strip of large hotels, nightclubs, shops, and restaurants. Staying in the downtown district will be a more traditional Mexican experience with markets, local bars and restaurants, and other local hotspots are only a couple minutes away. Hostels in the Zona Hotelera are a short walk from the white sand beaches, famous nightlife, and various restaurants and bars along the beachfront strip!

There is a lot to do in Cancun once you’ve had your fill of the sun (or you skimped on the sunscreen and are walking around looking like a lobster). Mercado 28 is an open-air market that will give you an exciting, authentic Cancun experience. The Ka’Yok’ Cancun Planetarium has shows that will broaden your mind and give you a break from the sun, and afterwards you can visit Parque De Las Palapas to experience local culture and delicious street food.

Getting around Cancun is made easy by the multiple bus routes that run frequently and consistently. Depending on where you choose to stay, many attractions and necessities will be within walking distance as well. Taxis are also frequently used in Cancun, keep in mind that they are not metered so the fare should be negotiated before starting the trip.