This question is in our top 20 of questions asked by potential guests, so we decided to give you the reason why we are not fond of one night reservations.
 
  • One night reservations are environmentally unfriendly as we have to wash your sheets, towel, and mattress cover for a single use.
  • They are not profitable for us. Lets say your night cost $50.000 COP, out of that we only get like $24.000 COP after all cost have been taken into consideration (Commission, laundry, electricity, cleaning, rent, WiFi, water, staff, taxes, wear).
  • One night reservations might block the opportunity for someone else to book a better reservation.
  • Statistically one nighters give the worst ratings as they don't really get to experience the hostel.
  • One nighters have no interest on socializing with other guests and rightfully so.
  • One nighters generally leave early to catch the ferry to Providencia, which in dorms annoys other guests.

On a side note, we do take one night reservations but only when there's a gap between 2 reservations, but we up the price about 15% to 20%

  • San Andrés
  • Providencia

Important Information

  • Looking far into the future? Most of our guests are spontaneous travelers, so we only open up availability 1-2 months prior to arrival date.
  • We don't take 1 night bookings in neither hostel(they are not profitable for us) and we ONLY take online reservations.

Important Information

  • Looking far into the future? Most of our guests are spontaneous travelers, so we only open up availability 1-2 months prior to arrival date.
  • We don't take 1 night bookings in neither hostel(they are not profitable for us) and we ONLY take online reservations.

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