Hostel Casa Yoses
Lonely Planet review
A mellow spot, this nine-room Spanish Revival–style house from 1949 is perched on a hill that offers lovely views of the valley from the front garden. The 10 stylish and simple rooms (six of them dorms) are spotless, with wood floors and tiled hallways. There is a shared kitchen, a lounge with a pool table and foosball, and even an area for BBQs. The young Tico owners speak Spanish, English and French.
Our independent authors have visited Hostel Casa Yoses and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Los Yoses & San Pedro.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
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