This hostel, though close to the center of activity, the plaza, prides itself as a quiet place to rest and recoup. If a loud party scene is what you are looking for, this is not the place for you. If you enjoy mellow, this is a great place to meet a few friends, lie in the hammock, have a drink, cook yourself up a scrumptious dinner(we even have a grill), or go out to eat at one of the nearby restaurants.

The Green Room

The walls throughout this cozy hostel are cheerful and tastefully colored. Various beautiful artworks hang on the walls. Most beds have orthopedic mattresses and cotton sheets and as frequent travelers know, this is often where economy rooms lack,  but here you and your back can sleep like a baby.


There are stylishly tiled bathrooms for your convenience with showers throughout and also a tub.

KitchenThe delicious fresh foods available at the two main markets nearby, may inspire in you a desire to cook.  The full kitchen with stainless steel cookware is available for your use.  Upon your arrival, you are given an area to store your dry goods and an area in the refrigerator.   Cooking classes will be offered at times, watch the website for info.  Learn how to cook those great jungle dishes Iquitos is famous for!  Feel free to ask, maybe we  will have a class for you


The patio area with a Grandmother Mango tree is a special place to visit with friends or relax in the hammocks. A few medicinal plants are planted here also.  This tree is a haven for many birds and butterflies to visit.   During the mango harvest we request you be cautious and possibly stay inside as she gives her fruit abundantly, you are welcome to try them.  Mango chicken anyone?