x The average starting price for a place to stay in Mancora is £16 per night.
Right on the beach of playa El AmorAwesome 86%
leolucero_86 Nice place, nice staff. be careful with the mosquitos. and you have to walk or take a taxi to go downtown.
samialcedo27 Kokopelli is the best experience you can get in Mancora: very kind and friendly staff, amazing breakfast.. drinks at the pool.. just great! Staying here definitely made my visit to Máncora fully enjoyable. BE THERE.
Abe-Autumn The owners of this resort style hostel have the hostel recipe down. The private rooms on the 3rd floor have epic ocean views, are massive and very clean. An incredible deal for $33 USD. The furniture is really basic, but comfortable none the less. When we arrived at 730am by overnight bus from Guayaquil, they offered comfy hammocks to catch up on zzz's until we could check in. They offer a spacious common dining and game area. There is always bread and coffee available with the option to order cheap omelets, etc. After exploring the town, The Loki actually had the best value for the quality of food they served, but the most expensive beers and drinks. The pool is big and awesome. And the daily games are fun and creative. Plus it's literally a stone throw from the pretty beach/surf town of Mancora. Their rules say that the noise ends at 11pm, but really it goes until 2am. But that is mellow compared to the blaring old people dance bar on the other side of another hotel that went until 5:30am every night. If it wasn't for that bar, we could have stayed comfortably there for awhile. If your not into partying or staying up late every night, stay here when you have the late night energy and perhaps another spot up the beach for a little rest and relaxation. Autumn and Abe
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