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Stayed here as a couple and met some great people, really nice atmosphere and a great open kitchen if you like to cook! The rooms could do with air con, but all in all a good nights sleep and a good base for looking around...More
The rooms are fine, my mattress could have been more comfortable (springs!) but others in the group I was traveling with had good ones, the showers are excellent. It's in a good locations.
There is breakfast available for free if you make it yourself but...More
We had a private room for 3 nights with air con for 550 pesos per night, which in my opinion is fair regarding the breakfast (1 big free omelet and you can make pancakes eggs toast cornflakes and good coffee with real! milk)
Traveling as a party of 3 we had a nice time at the Weary Traveler Hostel.
We stayed 4 nights and thought that this was an adequate length of time.
We had a private room which included a bunk bed with a double bed below...More
I was a bit apprehensive about staying here due to some of the reviews but it turned out to be excellent.
There are two buildings, we stayed in the second building which is a two minute walk away. The room had air con, ensure and...More
US$16 - US$124 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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