La Hamaca Hostel
AddressColonia Trejo, 19 Avenida, 12 Calle San Pedro SulaSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
This comfortable hostel is located 350 metres from San Pedro Sula’s City Mall. It offers a terrace with hammocks, free Wi-Fi zone and a gym, 6 minutes’ drive from the Bus Station.
La Hamaca Hostel offers smart dormitory and private rooms, each with a fan. Bathrooms are shared or private with eco-friendly water saving toilets, and laundry facilities are available.
The property has a large kitchen and 2 dining areas where you can prepare and eat meals. There is also an outdoor patio with BBQ, perfect for al fresco dining.
La Hamaca has a movie room and a pool table. Tourist information is available and the Cusuco National Park is 5 minutes’ drive away. Yojoa Lake and Los Naranjos Eco-Park are both within 90 minutes’ drive.
The property offers an airport shuttle for a fee and is 15 minutes’ drive from Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport.
Please note that pick up transfers are available. Send us your info: Bus station: USD$5 for groups of 1-4. Airport: USD$15 for groups of 1-4.
Offering a barbecue and terrace, La Hamaca Hostel is set in San Pedro Sula, 41 km from Puerto Cortes. There is a games room on site and guests can enjoy the on-site bar.
Rooms include a private or shared bathroom. La Hamaca Hostel features free WiFi .
You will find a tour desk at the property.
Guests can enjoy various activities in the surroundings, including diving and hiking. The nearest airport is Ramón Villeda Morales Airport, 13 km from La Hamaca Hostel.
Services & facilities
- Games room
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking rooms
- Tour desk
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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