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Adela was very friendly when booking but when I arrived I tried calling first and had no answer, when they finally picked up the guy (not Guillermo) was very rude, anyways... When I got to the hostel things seemed to get better, Guillermo greeted me...More
this place and the guy is so terrible what can i say. we booked the downtown one and when we arrived Guillermo sent us to the other hostel which was 30 mins walking from beach and far from everything. the room was so terrible that...More
Stayed here for 2 weeks earlier this year, Guillermo is such an amazing and fun host, showed us the town in style, really overall, we had an amazing time in Vallarta, and this hostel was our go-to. Unbeatable rates if you buy a week at...More
A friend and I spent 2 nights at Oasis. The location is great and the rooms & bathrooms were very clean. The bathrooms and shower area are coed, so don't be surprised. They are in shower stalls so there is no real bathroom or shower...More
I loved this hostel very much. People there are nice and you can have lots of fun partying with them. They also help you with planning trips etc. The hostel is very clean. Price is good. There are some different rooms for watching TV, using...More
US$11 - US$30 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I do believe the blue bus will take you all the way into central downtown, just hop off the bus somewhere near the Rio Cuale you’ll be close to everything. When you leave air port, go left, around the corner, go over the... More
I do believe the blue bus will take you all the way into central downtown, just hop off the bus somewhere near the Rio Cuale you’ll be close to everything. When you leave air port, go left, around the corner, go over the walking path to other side, ask for the blue bus to downtown, zona central, it’s cheap maybe 8 pesos it’s the way to go
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"Private rooms are not too much more money if you are travelling as a couple, it is the way to go."