Lonely Planet review
In a less than lovely neighborhood (but handy for buses and the market), the Oasis is a backpacker's delight on the inside. Rooms are small, but the charming patio, ample hangout areas and general vibe more than make up for that.
This popular hostel has all the facilities to tempt a weary traveler to drop that heavy bag, kick back, meet some people and enjoy what Granada has to offer. It's one of those social hostels which has a life of its own. While seven bucks might seem like a fair whack for a dorm bed in Nicaragua, let's take stock. You're in Granada for one, and secondly, the hostel has a pretty little swimming pool. Other facilities include free internet and a free international call daily. The only thing missing is a kitchen. The airy dorm is appealing, with lockers and sturdy wooden beds. The private rooms, which surround the pool, are airless and cramped for this price, however - you can do much better elsewhere. The public areas of the hostel are great for relaxing, with comfy chairs, hammock seats and cool murals.
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