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#5 of 54 Specialty lodging in Valladolid
"Living the life naturally" Hostal Tunich Naj will make you fell as a member of our very yucatecan family. Our knowledge about the customer service for backpackers and independent travelers will improve your travel goals. Feel the natural enviroment and embrace the mayan style. Tasting new colors and costumes your never felt before.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Free parking
Non-smoking hotel
Shuttle Bus Service
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Air conditioning
Family Rooms
Non-smoking rooms
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Street #202A Between 43 & 45 Streets, Downtown 38 Hostal Tunich Naj Is Located Only 1 Block and Half From San Roque Museum On 38 Street, Valladolid 97780 Mexico
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Cozumel Airport83 mi
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This is wonderful place. The dorm is well ventilated and spacious. Everything very clean and there a sink in back for washing clothes. The social area is very comfortable and spacious so you can be sociable or have your own space to sit quietly in the garden. There's a cute kitty that hangs out in the garden all day.
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This gorgeous hostel was very close to the city center of Valladolid. The rooms were very clean, the air conditioning worked well and we had our own bathroom with soap and towels. I highly recommend this place!
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Stayed here for 2 nights in a private room on the ground floor and was very happy. I'd already experienced party hostels in other areas so turning up here was great for a couple of nights of decent sleep. The beds were very comfortable, the room very large and the air con was one of the best i'd experienced from a hostel. Good location, close by to some great restaurants. This isn't a particularly social hostel, but great if you want to keep yourself to yourself and get up early to go and explore the wonderful cenotes and Chichen Itza. There are decent kitchen facilities and breakfast such as toast, coffee, cereal is served in the morning which is included in the price of stay. The staff are friendly and the dorms looked clean and big.
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Me and my boyfriend stayed at the hostel this month for 3 days and enjoyed the big wide private room (we had room 11). We were positively surprised by these clean and freshly renovated rooms. AC was working perfectly and breakfasts were simple but good.
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My favourite hostel in Valladolid was booked up, so I gave this one a try. Much cleaner and a much better location than my usual stop, but lacked that “backpacker/traveller atmosphere” vibe that I love so much. Regardless I still liked this place. Friendly staff too. Very quiet and minimal activity going on so this is ideal for the type who comes, sleeps early, and is out adventuring all day and not looking to particularly make friends. Everyone kept to themselves. I miss the social atmosphere and mingling of some of the other hostels, but this one is so conveniently close to the Central Park and all the good eating and shops it gets kudos for location. Has a small kitchen and basic breakfast and coffee served in the morning. Puppies and a cat are sometimes about. The queen sized bedrooms are in a very airy and open palapa hut style design which is fairly nice and comfortable. Situated adjacent to some jungle brush, so you hear birds and roosters and animals all night and cannot hear much of the city. One feels far off into a jungle. Rival neighbor hood dogs were sometimes disruptive as they battle for territory at 4am. Also, one can see into the other bedroom through the floorboards which is a bit weird, and the bathroom doesn’t have walls really, just thin wooden tree trunk poles so you can see into the washroom from the rest of the room. Also a little strange in design choice but it works... Lastly for the queen sized rooms, the bed was indeed very comfortable. Can’t speak for the dorms but I could see them. Looked clean and comfortable. Shared bathrooms that one would exit the dorms to use. Other than that I cannot comment. For a hostel and price it was good value. Would recommend
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$24 - $37 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
MexicoYucatan PeninsulaYucatanValladolid
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