Azul Cielo Hostel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsAzul Cielo Hostel Oaxaca
This is a good hostel apart from the dorms. The kitchen and breakfast area is right outside them. I was woken up my a large group of mostly young Mexicans, quite early. When I got up there were still five people trying to sleep in my dorm, a fact I mentioned in passing the noisy Mexicans. It made no difference. I had to walk away otherwise I would have gone totally loco. I told the owner she should say something because it would not be so polite what I had to say to them. It's not the hostel's fault if ignorant people stay there, although they should really have the balls to deal with them without a prompt from me. Based on that first night I would have given the place one star. However, I moved to a private room for the next three nights. The room was great, The location is convenient, the chill out areas very pleasant, and staff helpful. I changed to a private room also because I wasn't feeling great. Maybe that's why my tolerance for the loud Mexicans that first morning was somewhat low. Anyway, a generous four stars for the other three nights but three overall.
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