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I only stayed here for one night because I didn't like it very much. It is more a hostel for couples than backpackers and I was the only one staying in their "dorm". The dorm was right next to reception so you could hear people...More
We stayed in this hostel for 5 nights between the 7thand 17th of July 2015, as an Outlook group of 16 people (13 students and 3 teachers). The hostel was very welcoming and the staff were so helpful on every one of the 3 occasions...More
Staged through Resbalosa 3 times in 3 weeks whilst on expedition, each time happy to return. Booked direct from the UK first time, then even got the same rooms for the group on subsequent visits.
Hostal perched above the city, so be aware of the...More
I spent two nights here before my Salkantay trek and one night after. The family run business is pretty attentive, especially the mother and father. The rooms are mediocre. I had very hot water with great pressure. The room is cold but the bed is...More
My adult daughter and I stayed here our last two nights in Peru. We arrived in the late evening without reservations, after finding Casa del Inka full. We had already climbed up the grueling stone steps and this place was next door. Room 106 had...More
Response from lizardtiff | Reviewed this property |
Hi, no, not every room has a private bathroom, but many do and you can ask for it or not, depending on your needs and budget. They have lots of rooms so you can get any size and with or without bathroom. Have fun!