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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Nucapacha Guayaquil
The worst hostel I have stayed in yet. The bedrooms were were dingy, dirty and smelly. The walls, strangeyl, were covered in mirrors that were all mouldy and it all seemed to be a very strange set up. There was a large swimming pool, but I wouldn't dare go in it judging by the colour of the floor. The staff were friendly enough and the breakfast was average.
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Before I came here everyone said that South America is dangerous. When I said I was going to Guayaquil people said "why are you going there, it's the worst". So I have been pretty cautious all day, but my first day here I have only found the people here to be nothing but friendly and generous.
Last night when I arrived, I must have cocked …
We arrived to what was most possibly the worst hostel that I have ever stayed in. The rooms were dingy, smelt absolutely disgusting, the window didn't open, the walls which were covered in mirrors which were grubby mouldy and to top things off it was like as ghost town. Luckily for us we were only staying one night. But Gemma got a later flight so …
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