Hostel Casa de Lis



Avenida Central, South of Banco Credito Next to the ICE TurrialbaSee nearby area


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    Hands down Turrialba's best value, this sweet, centrally located eight-room place is a traveler's dream come true. Spotless dorms and doubles with comfy mattresses and individual reading lamps are complemented by a fully equipped kitchen, volcano-view roof terrace, pretty back garden, fantastic information displays and a distinctly friendly atmosphere. Laundry service (US$8 per load) is available.

    Our independent authors have visited Hostel Casa de Lis and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Turrialba.

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    All beds have comfortable orthopedic mattresses. We have several communal areas, like a living room with TV, a wooden deck in the back which leads to the garden and a terrace on the roof.

    We offer free tea and coffee in the mornings and we have a new fully equiped kitchen for our guests to use with all basic spices available.
    Our staff speaks Spanish, English and Dutch. All information on tours is available here and we can also book it for you.

    We are located right in the center of town, 7 minutes walk from the main bus terminal, 2 blocks east and 2 blocks south

    Services & facilities

    • Parking
      • Free Parking
      • Parking
    • Recreation
      • Book Exchange
      • Cable TV
      • Common Room
    • Housekeeping
      • Housekeeping
      • Laundry Facilities
      • Linen Included
      • Towels Included
      • Washing machine
    • Accessibility
      • Wheelchair Friendly
    • Outdoor space
      • Outdoor Terrace
    • Luggage storage
      • Security Lockers
      • Luggage Storage
    • Air Conditioning
      • Ceiling Fan
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free WiFi
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