I remember arriving thinking it's super clean, peaceful and well located. Everythin I needed in the city was 10 minutes walking. They organised daytrips on boats around lovely virgin beaches where I could snorkel and do outdoor activities. It was well-airconditioned too.
This place feel like a home away from home. The staff here are incredibly friendly and welcome you like you are family. I stayed in the dorm which had comfortable mattresses lots of light. The place is very well kept and the staff were always cleaning. I will most definitely be back!
I've stayed in hostels all over the world and this one is one of the best. Clean, friendly staff, close to the city centre, no irritating noises from cars or party's and the fan rooms are more than enough. The staff is trying their best to make you feel like you are part of the family and you really feel that after staying here for a few days! The kitchen has everything you need if you want to make food, and its of course a nice meeting point with the rest of the guests at the hostel. Overall a great stay and we will definitely be back here again :) Thanks for everything Maggie, Maribel and Wilma and of course the cute dog Cookie :)
My friend and I (22w and 23w) had such a great time here! The hostel is cleaned daily, and the 3 women working here bend over backwards to make sure that we are comfortable and cared for (including letting us in at 6:00am when we were supposed to arrive at 3:00pm. Sorry!). They helped us arrange all our tours, and gave us great recommendations for stuff to do around town on days we didn't want to spend money. They are honestly the kindest people, and they're happy to help with any question you may have. They also have a friendly dog named Cookie, who is a total sweetheart: very affectionate if you want the attention, but she'll leave you alone if you want. Overall, a really great hostel! Thanks for everything!
The temperature in huatulco is around 33 degrees celcius atm. I have a portable thermometer and it's 39 degrees in my room right now. The proprietors refuse to let me stay in a room with air conditioning and yet there is only one other room occupied. They are also trying to get the other guests to pay $500 pesos to help cover the cost of installing new air conditioning units. These people live in a world of crazy. If being out-politicised by idiots seems to go against your sense of English speaking logic, stay somewhere else.