This growing international hostel chain targeting the millennial set isn’t your typical grungy backpacker dorm. Sure, there are inexpensive 4- to 10-bed dorm rooms in their San José location, which opened in late 2016, but there are also a variety of private rooms and even suites with retro furnishings and the same amenities as pricier hotels around town. The maze-like building is something of a social center for digital nomads, and the restaurant and bar feature original menus created by local chefs and bartenders. There are also regular yoga sessions on an upstairs terrace and a co-working space across the street.
San Jose, Costa Rica
San Jose, Costa Rica› Hotel
Calle 15, Barrio Otoya
Our Rating Neighborhood Barrio Otoya Phone 4052-5147 Prices $17 dorm beds, $69–$97 double, $126-$190 suites Amenities Restaurant; bar; yoga deck; co-working space; shared kitchen; free Wi-Fi. Units 21 units Web site Selina
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