Palmira Hostel | Hostel

Honduras

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Last Visited: over 1 year ago
GPS: 14.101403, -87.193546
Altitude: 972.0 masl
Place Website: Palmirahostel.com
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Amenities

Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Fast
Kitchen: Yes
Parking: Street Parking
Restaurant: No
Showers: Cold
Water: Yes
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: No
Tent Friendly: No
Pet Friendly: No

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Description

Great hostel with amazing staff. 220L per person in the dorm and 5$ the hammock. Large, clean facility with strong wifi. Very minimal parking, our truck/camper was on the street with 2 cameras watching over it.

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awesome hostel with lots of shared common area, an amazing kitchen (best I've ever used in a hostel), clean facilities and the street is very safe, I parked there for 2 nights. if you have a van, can pay the $5/pp hammock fee and sleep in the van, for rtt, I'd recommend a private or dorm.

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Nice hostel. Secure parking for 2 motorcycles and 2 car.
Strong wifi, free city tour.
The dorm is Huge, so a lot of people could be there. For me it was almost empty, so it was ok.

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I’ve mixed feeling about this place:
Pros: huge and nice hostel with great amenities. Friendly staff . Beautiful views of Tegucigalpa from the roof top. Amazing kitchen (best kitchen in my trip so far) , fast WiFi and bathrooms and shower super clean.
Cons: Parking. Pets. Mosquitoes.
First time ever I paid for parking on the street. They don’t have a parking . (Only for bikes) . Street parking was quite annoying. Very busy street even in night time. I didn’t sleep at all. Taxis and people with loud music driving by all night long also you have to ring every time you want to get in.
No pet friendly even they have a large dog inside . Maya. A beautiful white lab mix walking around everywhere. I love pets and I don’t know why they don’t allow pets.
I also got some mosquitoes bites when I stayed there. I know there are mosquitos everywhere in Central America but you don’t expect them inside a hostel . Most the hostel usually do fumigation every other week .
Would I recommend? If you are not going to sleep in your van and you don’t have a pet this is your place.

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We stayed 4 nights. Shared dorm is L220 and private room is L500. We paid L120 per person to camp in our car in front of the hostel and use their facilities. Clean toilets, cold showers, WiFi, kitchen, lounge area, laptop station, and friendly staff. If you can get groceries prior to arriving here that'd be great- the area is very expensive and the nearest supermarket had outrageous prices (and a lot of imported products). Slept well most of the night but I was up each day at 5:00am-5:30am due to early morning traffic, mostly trucks. We recommend.

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Nice place good garage for motorcycle, a lot of common space.
21$ double room

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Attention il s’agit d’une auberge de jeunesse : 5$ par personne par nuit pour dormir en hamac sur une terrasse commune ou 10$ par personne et par nuit pour dormir dans un dortoir.
Pas de parking intérieur, uniquement possible de se garer dans la rue où il y a beaucoup de passage.
Nous ne sommes pas restés car nous sommes en Van aménagé avec un chien.

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This place was awesome! The hostel itself is huge and really kept up. Tons of hammocks to tuck away on and a beautiful terrace overlooking town. We were there with another overlander couple and we both parked right outside and felt totally safe. There is some one there 24/7 so you just buzz the door at any time if you need to get inside to use the bathroom. Hot showers big kitchen with tons of cooking appliances and the cutest pup named Maya ever! Centrally located and the owner is so friendly, great Wi-Fi too. Would totally stay here again.

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This is a really great hostel run by Hernan, a super-friendly and helpful guy. As soon as we arrived he offered us water fill-up, plugin power. Great kitchen facilities, chill-out terrace and BBQ area. No off-street parking, but it's a safe area of town and we felt secure sleeping in our truck on the street (a bit noisy but not too bad for a city). Would not be suitable for roof-top tents, but your vehicle would be safe outside if you stayed in the hostel. Hernan does a free walking tour of the city in the afternoons which we really enjoyed. It's a shame that this place doesn't have off-street parking but the great central location makes up for this. It's safe to walk around the area at night and there is a good choice of bars, restaurants and even micro-breweries around. The location and great facilities make this the best place in Tegucigalpa. US$5pppn.

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Great place to stay in this city. We parked our big rig outside and felt totally safe. Extremely friendly for overlanders. Did not use the hostel facilities but they didn't mind. Everything you need is within walking distance, even the brewery. Very friendly people.

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Couldnt stay there because they don't accept pets

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Overlander friendly, you can park your car here and use the showers, kitchen and internet. There are supermarket, banks, restaurants, bars nearby. Laundry service is 5$ for a full load

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Just want to add that you can camp here on the terasse for 5usd per night. Lovely place. Very clean. Lovely cold showers. Christmas lights on the terasse. Free yoga or cardio work out each evening at 17.00. Free walking tours of the city each day at 14.00.

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Great hostel with amazing staff. 210L per person. Large, clean facility with strong wifi. Very minimal parking, our truck/camper was on the street with 2 cameras watching over it.

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