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All You Need to Know About the Pool
at Hostel Jeri Central

Pool & Beach (5)
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... on the lower floor, as the doors open right up to the pool. The breakfast had some unique options, like "pizza...
... Perfect hostel to chill a bit if necessary (hammocks and pool available outside) and was easy to meet great people over...
... very friendly, it has a nice atmosphere to hang out by the pool or at the hammock common area. Also at the common area it...
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Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
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melanierin wrote a review Aug 2019
Worthington, Ohio85 contributions12 helpful votes
My first impression of the hostel was that it is big and has a party atmosphere, which worried me. This all held to be true, but throughout our stay the staff continued to impress me and I left with a very positive experience. There were group hikes each day organized by the staff (we went on the sunrise hike to the farol). The staff also helped us organize a rather complicated trip to Ubajara for the next leg of our trip. They really went above and beyond- helping us find options for private transfers and busses, reaching far and wide to find the best way for us to get there. They saved us a big headache! Thanks, Mariana and José!

Both night we stayed there were parties at the hostel, but they promptly ended at 11pm (when quiet hours started). We stayed in an upstairs (non-AC) room. I imagine that the parties/music would be much more annoying on the lower floor, as the doors open right up to the pool.

The breakfast had some unique options, like "pizza baguettes."

The rooms have green-lights in addition to regular lights. It's nice to be able to turn on a softer light while others are sleeping (and not have the light wake you up!).

The luggage storage room is amazing! There are big lockers that fit 40-50L backpacks.

Kitchen was well stocked with pots/pans/utensils but oddly didn't have a sponge either night.
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Date of stay: July 2019
Room Tip: 2nd floor (non-AC) rooms are quieter
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Va P wrote a review Nov 2018
7 contributions2 helpful votes
The hostel is perfectly located in the street where all the day trips are offered and a 5min walk from the beach and all important places of Jeri. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Would definitely go there again as it was well-organized, amenities are in good shape and breakfast was great. Perfect hostel to chill a bit if necessary (hammocks and pool available outside) and was easy to meet great people over the good breakfast. Ticks all boxes!
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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AlexandraMenezes wrote a review Oct 2018
Recife, PE25 contributions2 helpful votes
It is a very good place to stay in Jeri. Everyone in the staff is very friendly, it has a nice atmosphere to hang out by the pool or at the hammock common area.

Also at the common area it has a big area with tables for the caipirinha nights, very nice to meet people from the hostel.

Rooms were clean everyday.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
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S Tali H wrote a review Mar 2018
6 contributions3 helpful votes
The Hostel is incredible, nice hammoks, nice swimming pool, very clean, the rooms with full time AC on is spot on. The only problem, it's full of Israeli. Don't get me wrong, I have no racist issues with them, but if I go to a Hostel I would appreciate meating people from everywhere and being able to talk to them. I've been here for two days and I will change hostel only for the fact that if I dont speak Hebrew, you are pretty much an outcast if you don't. Literally, no exageration, I am the only non hebrew speaking person here, so if you are an Israeli, this is the place to stay. If not, just book another hostel dont even mind trying.
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Date of stay: March 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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