This is definitely a hostel for youths, I rarely saw anyone over the age of 30 staying at this hostel which is great for 20 year olds backpacking through Europe but not so much for a family vacation. The rooms are cozy made up of metal bunk beds with standard mattresses and pillows. Each room has a balcony which is great if the weather is promising.
However, the food isn't the best I've ever had. It is very mediocre and sometimes I rather not eat the food than eat at all. For breakfast there is orange juice included but the rest of the meals only include water with other beverages at an additional cost.
The wifi is very unstable. Everyday it's a wonder if you will get wifi or not and if you do it's most likely only available at the lobby.
Lastly, the location of the hostel is not beneficial whatsoever. The only plus side to the location is that you are next to Reina Mercedes which is a very inexpensive strip of bars, and restaurants where food is cheaper than a meal at the city center. However the city center is 20 minutes away from bike and half an hour away by walking so you will not be around too much life. It's more of a residential area of living rather than a touristy section.More
- Free Wifi