I booked a private room for 2 nights based upon the positive reviews on trip advisor and was looking forward to my stay. On arrival I was shown the private room options - neither of which were particularly appealing. Both rooms felt dirty and the bedding had seen better days. I found myself checking for bugs as I had a number of bites on my legs - I didn't find any in the bedding. The hostel also doesn't provide soap in the toilets or a towel - so bring your own. They do provide breakfast which is a piece of toast. as there was festering fruit in the common kitchen it wasn't appetizing. On the plus side it's cheap, the location is good and the roof is nice. The staff are friendly, but only one person spoke English, so if your Spanish is cursory you may want to try somewhere else.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This small boutique hostel, owned and run by Rodolfo for the last 13 years, is a remarkably warm and welcoming home for backpackers and independent travelers. Much quieter than others, everything is spotless. You enter a leafy courtyard with a fountain in the middle where fish swim. You can also enjoy the sun terrace and admire the mountains, prepare small dish in the kitchen or enjoy a barbecue. The communal sitting area awaits you with cushions and fireplace. Wi-Fi access to the Internet is free.The four mixed dorms are spacious and airy with private lockers for every guest. In addition, there are four bedrooms, one with ensuite bathroom. It is ideally situated in a quiet area, close to the craft market and great restaurants and downtown.The hostel also offers tours around Chiapas and horseback to the mountains or to San Juan Chamula. ... more less
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