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I have no idea why so many people recommended this hostel to me. It was bizarrely overpriced ($9- $10 for a dorm), the mattresses were absolutely terrible and the rooms are set right on the street so you will be kept awake until midnight and...More
This was one of the most bizarre experience I've had at a hostal. I had left my baseball cap in one of the dorms while I went out for a few hours and it was gone when I came back. I asked the staff if...More
The rooms here had comfortable beds with good linens, pillows, and towels. Warm showers as well. Open kitchen in case you'd like to cook for yourself, but plenty of restaurants nearby with cheap prices. Laundry service available: $1 per pound.
It was, however, difficult to...More
This is a very quiet and clean hostel. The beds are not super comfortable, but the sheets are clean and even ironed. The dorm I was staying in was bright purple, there was a big shower and a nice toilet (separated from the shower). The...More
Sadly, I was present when some Latin people were not accepted in the hostel with a fake excuse. I was later told by the staff, that Latin people are not allowed to stay in the hostel, that this is for our SAFETY (!!!!!) and that...More
Response from cafeluzylunahotel, Guest Relations Manager at Luna International HostelResponded 17 January 2017
The most important thing first: These claims are not true. We do of course allow Latinos, including Nicaraguans, to stay in the hostel. And in fact, they do! We have many guests from Nicaragua and Latin America, and we can prove this easily if you...More