I spent 3 days at Mora. The hostel offered a bunch of activities and had a nice set up. Awesome breakfast, for spith American standards
I got robbed on the way to the bus station one night and my passport, camera, iPod etc was stolen and the staff at Mora went out of their way to help me out. Found a police officer who spoke English, gave me a free night as I was stuck there now, rang bus companies and generally helped out as much as they could. They were nice, friendly and helpful, I honestly couldn't thank them enough for all their help!
I really appreciated it all. Thanks hostel Mora!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hostel Mora is a Hostel that prides itself on a as the building itself consists of a large spanish house with plenty of common areas and a lovely outdoor.We offer many activities in Spanish and English. Naturally we maintain a high standart of service so that you can enjoy your days (weeks) in Mendoza and get to know the fabulous wines it offers.Mora Hostel has 2 dorm types availabe (6 beds and 4 beds) and can sleep a total of 16 people and there are plenty of showers and toiletsPrivate rooms are:Twin rooms with shared bathroomsDouble rooms with shared bathroomsHostel Mora is run by an Argentinian Family and therefore offers you a warm and friendly welcome.Amongst our speciality is :An incredibly large breakfast ready at 7.00 am andif you check-in before 10.00 am you can enjoy that breakfast upon arrival ... more less
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