Amazing chill hostel right in the Center. Quiet, free breakfast (if you like American pancakes 😬) Super friendly staff, helpful all hours, giving discount for private room. Best city stay in a long time!
We really enjoyed our stay in Granada at Oasis. The staff were so nice and helpful. Hansel works at the reception and is full of knowledge, always happy to assist and help with your travel arrangements. Breakfast is really nice. Also people are very respectful noise wise so after 10pm you would not hear a sound and could have a decent night sleep . I would definitely come back to this hostel .
I stayed in a shared room without a private bathroom and my stay was pleasant if you overlook certain things (The share bathroom does not have a door but instead is a curtain and the usage of the pool is included but you can not get in it after 9 pm). Breakfast is included (available up to 11 am). Checkout is at 11 am. There's a small terrace on the 3rd floor.
Narrow unpretentious door. Open up and it's Oz, Tardisland, a bottomless garden (at least till you reach the courtyard swimming pool after an hour's stroll through hammocks, a resident tortoise casually munching the undergrowth). Fantastically relaxing place. Even though fairly busy, the green zone feel soaked up the CO2. Dorm & washing facilities fairly standard, which was all I needed. Junior & Solange patiently attended to my many excursion questions. A particularly satisfying idea was to explore Granada today - and you're right in the heart already - then tomorrow take the shuttle to sister Hostel Paradiso, on the shore of Laguna de Apoyo (of which more in my sister review) which is sooo much better as an overnight than a day trip - then following day shuttle back in nice time for the fire show at Masaya: as the sun sets, the lava lake boils its inferno into your brain, while crater parakeets flit and squawk inside the seriously scary sulphurous well. Surreal is what Nica does, time after again. Then back to the Tardis for Ramon's pub quiz. Leave the day after that if you can. If Managua's mayhem disconcerts, they do a direct shuttle through to Leon as a bypass. Going south, easy to walk round the corner, down through the market for a bus to Rivas, thence Ometepe/SJ del S. Looping back to the first day, most now call: a new daypack, as zips a thief's paradise of kaput. Easy-peasy purchase in the market, for a fraction of Costa Rica pricey precios. Thank you, time doctors. …
Clean hostel , great food , cheap Price ! Those breakfast by the pool was perfect 👍 We spend 3 Nights in Granada and the oasis is localised on the middle of the Town and they offering a shuttle services to many places