Our hostel is in the best location in Tamarindo, Costa Rica. 3 minute walking-distance from the famous beach, restaurants and night life, right downstairs there's a supermarket which makes it very convenient and the building also has a really cool terrace on the last floor with a great view of Tamarindo. The rooms are spacious and clean. Great facilities with 4 dorms and 3 private rooms with private bathrooms. All rooms have air conditioning - even the dorms! Lockers big enough for a back pack are provided in all rooms
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
Hostel front desk- 4-5 hours/day, 6 days/week for at least 2months
Ensure the booking system is maintained and kept fully up-to-date.
Respond to telephone calls, emails and booking inquiries in a timely manner.
Provide a full reception service to guests, including walk-up requests for accommodation,
check-in, guest registration, check-out, and handling customer inquiries.
Liaise with guests to ensure maximum satisfaction, providing local and regional information
Respond appropriately to customer feedback, escalating any issues in an appropriate and friendly way
Spanish and English
Dorm with shared bathroom and kitchen. AC and wifi
Tamarindo Beach, Guanacaste is the most accessible location along the northern Pacific coast of Costa Rica -Tamarindo Beach is part of a bay formed by a cape, and Playa Grande lies to the north of Tamarindo inside the bay. The two beaches are separated by Central America’s largest mangrove estuary, Estero de Tamarindo. South of Tamarindo there is another beautiful estuary, Estero de San Francisco, and beautiful Playa Langosta. These beaches and estuaries are part of Las Baulas National Park. Las Baulas park is named for the giant leatherback turtle, and the beaches in the park comprise one of the major nesting sites for the turtles worldwide. The Las Baulas Conservation Project at Playa Grande studies the habits and movements of the turtles in an effort to discover ways to aid dwindling populations.
Night tours are available from September through March, allowing visitors to view the spectacle of a female turtle digging her nest and laying eggs. Tours are also available during high tide for visitors to cruise up into the mangrove estuary, where a breathtaking diversity of birds, mammals and reptiles can be seen. Once a quiet fishing hamlet, Tamarindo has evolved to be the area’s most developed and accessible tourist town.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Maximum 4 hours a day, 6 days a week