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This is the hotel that becomes your home away from home. We can accommodate singles, couples, groups of friends and even larger student and travel groups. Receive hotel privacy at hostel prices. We are a family run business and very willing to help accommodate our guests' needs and...
Host is wonderful and the price is fantastic, but it's a hefty trade-off. Thumping dance music will keep you awake most of the night, until the farmer's market folks start setting up around 4 AM. Otherwise, place is clean and pleasant
Very comfortable wheelchair friendly rooms. Plus a great location right in the middle of downtown. AND a super friendly and helpful hostess. Plus great views of the volcano which is active currently. AND prices are very reasonable
I stayed here for 2 nights as part of my trip to Turrialba where I was looking to do some white water rafting on the river pacuare. The hotel is very basic and slightly run down but is ideal if you're just passing through for...More
Lovely host who owns the property, very chatty, friendly and helpful. Booked us the pacuare white water rafting tour and we were picked up directly from the hostel. Turrialba as a place is quite empty, I think most people just come for the river rafting....More
The outside of the building is rather ugly, like a big warehouse, and faces a large covered-in section of roadway where there is sometimes a market. Beggars frequent it by day and homeless people sleep there at night. It's a pretty depressing area and on...More
Response from HotelMaven506 | Property representative |
Hello, No this hotel does not have air conditioning but there are fans provided on request at the front desk. At night it is downright chilly in Turrialba between Nov and early Mar, so don't be surprised if you have to use... More
Hello, No this hotel does not have air conditioning but there are fans provided on request at the front desk. At night it is downright chilly in Turrialba between Nov and early Mar, so don't be surprised if you have to use a blanket.
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