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Rooms are big. Unfortunately too big to be warm. With the low temperature outside and even with the woodfire, we were really freezing. It's a shame because the food was really good, as if you were eating with your grandma.
20$ per person with breakfast...More
We arrived to an empty hostel after a long day of hiking with no staff present. Finally after waiting 20 minuets someone came to take our money and was not to be seen again until dinner time. Our room had a broken window, sheets were...More
We arrived to an almost empty hostel, just one guest there, no staff. Humberto Latacunga, the owner, turned up to take payment then disappeared. The female staff only come to the hostel in time to prepare dinner and breakfast. To be fair, the food is...More
Having read other reviews about this place, I was put off staying here however, when we arrived in Quilotoa, we had a look round the hostel and the room was superb! We spoke with the lady who runs the hostel and agreed a price of...More
Our stay here was descent, however, I'm not sure there are many better options in this small mountain village. I mostly think there is a cultural difference in the level of expectations of service. The service was very sparse. In our room the beds were...More
$24 - $56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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