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Oasis Hostel is a great budget option in Puerto Vallarta. This backpackers’ hostel is not the closest to the beach or city center. However, the distance is walkable and you will get the chance to know less touristic areas of the town. Besides, I really...More
I have stayed in hotels across several countries and all across the US and I can tell you there are fancier places to rest your head...
If you want to sample the "real" spirit of PV where you can immerse yourself in the same...More
I was actually charged twice: once by hostelworld.com and then again once I arrived. I did not realize this until later. I do not beleive it was intentional on the part of the owner, just a misunderstanding. No big deal because the (hostel bed) bed...More
Thank Mike W
Response from Alejandro P, Propietario at Oasis HostelResponded July 13, 2017
We really appreciate your comments. I would like to say “HostelWolrd” never charges the full amount is just 13% of the total and at the check-in the hostels pick up the rest of the money. Unfortunately Hostels do not have any control related...More
I stayed here for 2 nights in April 2017. My friend and I had one of the private rooms. Although it is a 15 min walk to the beach (or a 2 minute bus journey on the very frequent and easy to use buses) I...More
Guillermo!! Guillermo!! Wherefore art thou, Guillermo? Oasis came through our path like a warm ocean wave that we were not expecting. Having already had reservations at a nice, all-inclusive hotel, we decided the community the hostel had to offer was much better worth it than...More
I do believe the blue bus will take you all the way into central downtown, just hop off the bus somewhere near the Rio Cuale you’ll be close to everything. When you leave air port, go left, around the corner, go over the... More
I do believe the blue bus will take you all the way into central downtown, just hop off the bus somewhere near the Rio Cuale you’ll be close to everything. When you leave air port, go left, around the corner, go over the walking path to other side, ask for the blue bus to downtown, zona central, it’s cheap maybe 8 pesos it’s the way to go
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"Private rooms are not too much more money if you are travelling as a couple, it is the way to go."