I stayed at La Ruka for two nights. I am used to the convenience offered by hostels with computers and phones for guest use, and was a little disappointed to find nothing of the sort in place at La Ruka. The dorm was spacious and clean, but the temperature hot. I did not fall in love with this hostel, but would consider it a decent choice for the price.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our hostel has two buildings that are surrounded by tropical jungle filled with flora, fauna & fruit trees. When you arrive you’ll probably be greeted by one (or both!) of our friendly dogs Ruka and Moo Moo and, if you’re lucky, our kitten, Sirena. You’ll find us at the reception in our octagon lounge where you can relax after your journey, grab a brownie & a beer, peruse some used clothing, swap some books at our book exchange and use the free WiFi which available across the property. Upstairs you’ll find our two private double rooms and at the back is our outdoor guest kitchen. Our second building has three separate 6 or 8 bed dorm rooms all with private bathrooms. We have hammocks around for lazy days and also offer snorkel + fin rentals as well as surf lessons and board hire when you’re ready to take in the incredible water, waves and sands of Black Beach, Salsa Brava, Cocles beach and many more ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- La Ruka Hostel Costa Rica/Limon