Be careful with your bike in San Pedro. Mine was stolen in the pharmacy, it is pistaccio colour, rare, with black word trek. If you see it, let me know on +420604243053. Thank you, Radek i suspect another gringo standing in the pharmacy and leaving with my bike.
The manager is super helpful and friendly. There are two well stocked kitchens. It’s a little out of town, but not too inconvenient. Facilities were kept quite clean by volunteers who are also cool. Nice place to hang out.
Lovely little hostel in the middle of San Pedro. Super chilled out with hammocks and tiny pool. Bar area etc all a bit hippy so super laid back. No breakfast unless requested but 2 kitchen areas. Great value for money.
“Dirty, dusty and a little shambolic” This was the consensus of several other travellers we were with at the hostel. The bedrooms are far too small, very few plug sockets in the rooms. No where to store bags and stuff but the floors. Kids running a mock around the place - everywhere is dirty and there are cats meowing all the time. They say they have a 12pm noise curfew.. but heard screaming kids and people on our roof way past midnight. Flies everywhere - showing how dirty the place is. Bathroom filthy - blood on shower curtain and sticky floors. Beds are uncomfy and very squeaky. Staff at the hostel are very nice however - the only good thing.
The place is a bit far away from the city centre and a bit difficult to find but once you are inside it becomes a really cosy place where to stay. Staff is really helpful and patient, the rooms are clean and comfortable and the bathrooms are really good. They have a fully equipped kitchen where to cook and a fantastic bar and restaurant where there is always people to chat with and activities to due. In addition, they have bikes for renting that becomes a really easy and nice way to discover the surroundings of the village. I totally recommend this hostel in San Pedro.