AddressR. Jose Henrique Veras, 469 Lagoa da Conceicao FlorianopolisSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Lagoa Hostel is not just another hostel. Designed for backpackers BY backpackers it's the only one in town with an interior garden and an outdoor Jacuzzi for you to enjoy. Our mid-sized hostel has a chill atmosphere and is centrally located just one block away from everything you need. You won't just be visiting a city: you'll be experiencing Floripa!
Best location guaranteed!!!
Beach - Party - Relax - Experience
Free breakfast included.
Wi-Fi and A/C in all our rooms.
Video room with 64' TV and a variety of DVD's
24-hour hot water.
Indoor Bar with special drinks like caipirinha, pool table and diverse games.
We're well connected with the local businesses and can often offer discounts to restaurants, bars, pubs and clubs.
We offer special price tickets to the best nightclubs in the island with shuttle transfer from the hostel.
Our staff is a mixture of residents and travelers with diverse backgrounds, our friendly and knowledgeable staff speak several languages and will make your stay unforgettable. We love to share the best spots in town with you. We have a 24-hour reception and there is no curfew, so you can come and go as you please to enjoy all that Floripa has to offer you.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Common Room
- Free WiFi
- Linen Included
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
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