Everything is right at your doorstep. Really! Like right outside the door, it was awesome! The place was clean and comfortable. Alejandro was super nice and friendly, although not around very much. The hostel doesn’t really have so much of a “vibe” but if you want a cheap place to stay that’s close ...
We were two girls at this property and the night we landed we were told our room wasnt ready. The owner took us to a spare room that looked like a prison, the bathroom did not even have doors. Just a curtain hung up by a broomstick, and it was filthy. No windows no proper lights. Then we were supposed ...
The location was great! Front desk person (karina) was very welcoming and helpful.
This is a hidden gem
Great place to stay after just arriving
Very chill. The staff was very nice. I would stay there again. :)
Super CLEAN place, great location, really hot water at the shawers, professional crew. For sure i will stay in this hostel again. Thank u ALL the crew. See u soon!
Beautiful place, beautiful beach, delicious food, wonderful staff... A very tranqui and totally different must-see part of Puerto Vallarta that you must experience. I’ll be back!
The hostel is clean, in a beautiful location on the hillside, with an easy small walk up the steps to reach. We stayed a few nights and had breakfast there most mornings. Fresh fruit and juice, coffee and homemade banana bread. Rooftop terrace has sublime views over the bay and zona romantica, day ...
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