Hostal Luz de Luna Nuyoo
AddressAvenida Juárez No. 101 Zona centro OaxacaSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Board games
- Book Exchange
- Common Room
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Linen Included
- Outdoor Terrace
Description provided by property
Luz de Luna Nuyoo is a small Hostel located in a beautiful colonial house at only three blocks from the main plaza. As you walk in the hostel the first thing you will see is the central patio, decorated with a variety of regional plants and the traditional fountain in the center, a cool escape from the typical heat of Oaxaca. The patio ambience is the ideal place to relax in its hammocks, read or meet other fellow travelers. In addition to the enchanting character of Luz de Luna you will be greeted by two lovely cats and three very friendly dogs, part of the family living in the Hostel. Luz de Luna is committed to the environment. We collect rain water, promot recycling by seperating all wastes, use a solar water heater and more. Complimentary to your stay we offer regional coffee; which also supports local economy, tea and toasted bread. All rooms have bathrooms with a separate shared shower room. We also have wi-fi and computers for your use. We offer free book exchange.
Check in time is from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
(* beds or rooms available only at check out 12:00pm)
Check out time is at 12:00 p.m
Cash only accepted for payment of balance.
If you haven't made check in at 10:00 pm the day of your reservation, the reservation will be taken as cancelled without notice and you will be charge the first night.
When coming directly to our Hostel, without reservation, you have a 10% discount on the prices seen on Hostel World.
The day of your check out we offer you lugage keeping service for 25 pesos.
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