This hostel is ok. The rooms and bathrooms are clean. There is free internet. It has a kitchen, which is not too clean but it is usable. The beds aren't comfortable. There is a nice outdoor area. However, it was a little uncomfortable to hang out there on a Saturday because the owner's family was there. So it was awkward. There is also a church next door that can get annoying because you can hear the loud music and the kids will come play. Also, the rooms can be loud especially if you get the room next to the owner's kitchen; you will be awakened at 7am with the sound of a blender and pots and pans.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "A Welcome Break Hostal" is a family-run hostel located just off Tena's main street. The block is quiet and pleasantly mixed into a Quichua area. The hostel is cozy and simple with all the basic amenities. Rooms with private or shared bathroom, bed linen and towels included, brilliant hot showers, fully fitted kitchen, common area equipped with hammocks, private tropical garden, safe parking garage, free Internet access, restaurant. If interested in organizing a tour or an extreme sport adventure, Lefer Turismo is the on-site travel agency that is certified by the Gobierno Municipal de Tena and the Dirreccion de Turismo y Ambiente. ... more less
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