Connecting the time zones in the Heart of The Caribbean


Local is Beautiful!

We are in Santurce (San Juan Arts District; downtown area), not a traditional tourist hub like Condado, Old San Juan or Isla Verde (short ride to them). Managed by its owner/creator, a local born and raised fellow with passion, respect and understanding of cultures. For the active and independent traveler. An award winner; one the 5Best hostels of the Caribbean by USA Today. On the other side of the highway from Condado.



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Easy access to authentic local experiences and to popular tourist attractions.


Condado, Escambron, Ocean Park, Isla Verde; all of them beaches easy to get there from the hostel.


Old San Juan; the oldest settlement within Puerto Rico and the historic colonial section of the city of San Juan; a 10 minutes bus ride ($0.75 USD)


If you love music and want to jump into local culture, head over to “La Placita”; to hang out with locals, listen to live salsa music, dance and people-watch. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sundays nights (from 07pm to midnight). 12 minutes walk from us.


Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico and Museo de Arte Contemporaneo are near by.

A comfortable hostel, (only16 beds) with emphasis on VALUE. Free Broadband Internet + one computer terminal; various spacious communal areas and rooms equipped with 24/7 high-speed air fans, electric sockets by bedsides, mosquito screens and repellent. Complementary fresh linens and towel (bath and beach). We are not a party but a good sleeping hostel. No fancy decor and amenities you may not need or use. Two full washrooms with toiletry and hot water at showers 24/7. No charge for local coffee; pancake mix, syrup and tea. We provide the ingredients you create the feast. Outdoor terrace, full kitchen with stove, refrigerator and freezer, microwave, toaster, pots and utensil, extra large lockers, free (outgoing only) calls to Puerto Rico and to mainland USA. No hidden fees; prices you see are the final one.


Hispanic, Afro-Caribbean and North American influences mold Puerto Rico, a self-governing commonwealth that belongs to the United States. This subtropical Caribbean island is urbanized, industrialized and relatively prosperous.