I had had a few weeks of horror hostels in Tulum so was dubious about trying a third but I wished that I had gone there straight away! The staff could not do enough for you, and that was all of them not only one or two people. The breakfast was so, so good! There is an abundance of things to cook from each day and free spices, oil, pasta, lentil, rice to help you cook otherwise. The internet was the fastest internet I found and the place was cleaned every day! I can assure you that the cleaning standards of the other hostels are not the same! If I come back to Tulum there is no doubt to where I will stay! They are relaxed and let my friends wander in and out to visit me without making them feel unwelcome or uncomfortable which was appreciated. One of the staff even helped me cook some lentils one day, a little recipe I will use again. All in all I was very happy to stay here, and actually sad to leave.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Weary Traveler Hostel Tulum was started by backpackers for backpackers back in the year 2000. The hostel was built around what they themselves wanted to find in a good hostel when they were traveling. A good social vibe A book exchange A bar with backpacker prices Communal Kitchen (loaded with free spices, salt, pepper) Full Cook Your Own Breakfast Free Rice, Pasta and lentils for dinner Good Advice on Tours and Activities Some aspects of the Weary Traveler Hostel Tulum appear to be unique but they are not. Many of them came from other hostels where we had stayed long before we dreamed of opening a hostel in Tulum. For example the Burn Your Own BBQ was inspired by the Bondi Beach Hotel's incredible steak barbi setup inside the bar. Huge, beautiful cuts of beef were in a display fridge that was part of the bar. You would say, "Yeah, give me that one!" and huge chunk of raw red meat came at you on a platter. It was your job to cook it how you wanted it. The Weary Traveler Hostel Tulum has changed, evolved, gone back to our roots and changed again and again over the years. We have always tried to evolve as a hostel, stay ahead of the competition and anticipated the changing needs and desires of our guests. So welcome to The Weary Traveler Hostel Tulum, mi casa es su casa! John, one of the originals from way back when. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Weary Traveler Hotel Tulum