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Breakfast was very mediocre and accommodation adequate. We felt the cost was a bit high for this hostel. Everything else was very good such as quietness, location, and security. The pool didn't appear that clean nor the furniture in the common area.
This hostel is simply a treasure in the city center of merida. The cheapest you'll find with the best location. The staff is super nice, and Mariana is the best host! I feel sad that the picture don't show the really nice and beautiful rooms they have. The best place to meet really nice people, and enjoy the two beautiful bikes and geting lost in this beautiful city.
This was my frist experience in a shared room and traveling solo and it was great. The hostel is well located, the staff is very attentive, and the people I met there was fantastic. The room had everything needed, a fan and a bed and there were no mosquitos in the room. It‘s a good place to go alone since the atmosphere is very amiable and the staff is always wiling to help you with advice or anything you need.
This hostel is basically what you would expect a budget backpackers to be like. The kitchen is good well equiped. the location is great close to ado & the main bus terminal) (about 5 minutes walk) and the town centre. (2 minutes walk) The hostels cats are the laziest cats ive ever seen but friendly. the swimming pool is tiny but it is kept clean and can cool you off on a hot day. The hostels rooms are spacious are nice. They have limited english here so it helps if you speak spanish. Be sure to check out the artisan market about 2 blocks away from the hostel cheapest trinkets and hand crafted items i found in 6 weeks in mexico
Without being able to name anything that was exceptionally bad, I really can not think of a reason to stay here. The place and it's furniture are old, it lacks any kind of atmosphere and it is in desperate need of a renovation. The room we stayed at was big but not really clean and noisy. Go here if everything else is full.
The cheaper rooms are big, clean but noisy. Big window, but you have to close it at night because of the noise.Its not a place where you would spent your vacation, but if you look for something cheap and still clean, its very good value. The offered breakfast is nothing to talk abaout, but theres hot coffee and drinking water. I have never seen somebody using that micro pool.It got a table and chairs at the pool to sit and meet people.
I stayed in this hostel in August 2013. Price was very good considering facilities and comfort provided. Hostel owner Mariana is amazing host, very helpful, she helped me a lot. Rooms are clean, hostel has swimming pool. In this hostel I met many nice people, with some of them I became good friends. I would definitely stay again in Casa Nico in Merida.
I found Hostal Casa Nico by accident, as the other hostels I checked in Merida had no room when I arrived at 11:30pm - I hadn't booked ahead, preferring to just show up and take my chances. Mainly I look for a place that is clean, safe, quiet, and centrally located, anything else is a bonus. All I need a hostel for is showering and sleeping, as I spend almost all day every day out exploring the places I'm visiting. I was referred to Casa Nico by a couple other hostels, I was very happy to find it, and to find that it had available beds as well, score! Spent 2 nights there in the dorm, breakfast and use of the kitchen were included, along with wifi, for 100 pesos a night, can't beat that! Very close to the Plaza Grande, a 3 block walk, really easy to get around the city. Staff was friendly and helpful, I will be going back on my way to Cancun at the end of this trip. BTW, I am a very light sleeper, so I ALWAYS travel with earplugs, and had no issues sleeping here.
This hostel is really CHEAP! We paid 160 pesos for a private -big and clean- room. They have a good equiped kitchen to cook and the breakfast is okay. Its well located but in a VERY noisy street. without earplugs you wont be able to sleep anymore from 5h30 in the morning. I would recommend this hostel for peeple who only stay 1 or 2 nights and are on a low budget.
Although Casa Nico is far from an idyllic spot, it's more than OK for the price you pay. It's located right in between the largest bus station and the Plaza Grande. We had a big, fairly clean room with a fan, a decent bed and a lukewarm shower. I do suggest bringing earplugs, because most rooms (including the dorm) are situated on the side of a rather busy street. There's free wifi downstairs. Marina, who runs the place, is really nice and helpful. We paid 240 for our double room, including a simple breakfast (prices might go up in high season though). It's nothing fancy, but it's a good budget option.
Located in Centro, Hostal Casa Nico is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Plaza Grande and Mérida Cathedral. This 10-room hostel has free breakfast along with conveniences like an outdoor pool and free self parking.
Free continental breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM.
Guests staying at Hostal Casa Nico enjoy an outdoor pool, a library, and a terrace. Free parking is available if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with tours or tickets, dry cleaning/laundry, and luggage storage.