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Stayed here during my time at Tandem school studying spanish. Met such nice people and all staff are really nice. Breakfast was good and although dinner was basic it was filling. Hostel arrange some stuff like going to bars which is a good way to...More
I stayed at Aji Hostal for 2 weeks during my exchange programme 6 months ago and found the place very cool. I simply loved the experience.
The location is perfect, the metro station Salvador is close and it's super easy to go anywhere around the...More
Guy at front desk rude and not helpful all al we would ask for help and if he didn’t ingore us he would b very short towards us, breakfest was fair apart from the moldey apples kitchen lady’s where very well but I suggest if...More
We stayed Christmas eve and Christmas, not even so much as 'feliz navidad'. Staff seemed annoyed with every question and most people sat in silence during brekky and dinner. No communal feel whatsoever. Wi-Fi was good as were the free meals. Won't be going back.
I stayed here during my trip a year ago and found the place to be very nice. The location is perfect, the metro is right around the corner and it's super easy and cheap to travel around the city with it. The rooms were clean...More
Response from AjiHostelT, Gerente at Aji HostelResponded 16 November 2017
how are you? Thanks for your comment :-)
Happy that you liked your stay in our hostel.
Hope that you will come back soon :-)
Actually, we took a taxi from the airport to get to Aji, but used the metro several times. When we left to get to the bus station it was about a block to walk to get there, (forget the name of the station) and quite a quick... More
Actually, we took a taxi from the airport to get to Aji, but used the metro several times. When we left to get to the bus station it was about a block to walk to get there, (forget the name of the station) and quite a quick ride to the bus station. We may have had to transfer. It was a Saturday, and not crowded, but it gets crowded on rush hours during the week. We could use pesos or dollars. Find out from the hostel what the stop is called.