Welcome to your detailed guide for hostels in Valladolid, Mexico. You can choose from 14 Valladolid hostels. In total, there are 27 cheap places to stay in Valladolid such as guesthouses and bnbs. Prices start from $9 for a dorm.
Above we list every single hostel there is in the city. Let us take a broader look at what you can expect - and what not. We created this cheatsheet for you to get a more complete picture of the hostel quality in Valladolid, average prices and types of hostels to choose from.
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Most Valladolid hostels are located in
Colonia Centro, Barrio de Sisal
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Below you can discover the best hostels to suit every traveller type. All of our recommendations are based on information shared by genuine travellers, the hostels and data that has been calculated from the system. Don't forget to check the ratings and see how these compare with the rates.
Travelling on your own to Valladolid? Fabulous!
Pick a great hostel designed with solo travellers in mind, and you're bound to meet plenty of like-minded people who have also dared to venture to Valladolid alone. Here are the top hostels for solo travellers in Valladolid. We've also highlighted which hostel offers special perks you, as a solo traveller, will love. Each hostel offers great social spaces to meet fellow backpackers and wonderful opportunities for making new friends. You'll soon realise that travelling on your own definitely does not mean travelling alone.
This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you are better prepared for what to expect, what not to expect and can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Valladolid. To help you make friends with Valladolid before you visit, we've included a few helpful and fun things you should know about the area. Enjoy!
Valladolid, Mexico, is one of the most convenient bases for a trip to Chichén Itzá, but it's also a relaxing place to spend a couple of days. Locals and travelers hang around in the colonial-style square, nearby cenotes offer beautiful swimming, and everything seems to move more slowly than in Mérida or Cancún.
Cenote Zaci, right in town, is an open cenote, big and darker than most. Leaves drift lazily on the surface and big, black fish swim below it. You might even see a turtle. Visibility varies, but though you'll clearly see your feet, you won't see the bottom. That may be because it's two hundred sixty feet down. You can go swimming or just walk the pretty green path that surrounds the cenote.
More impressive but less convenient are the cenotes at Dzitnup, about seven kilometers from town. X'kekén and Samulá cenotes are underground, full of stalactites and lit spectacularly by holes in the ceiling. X'kekén is particularly impressive, one of the most photographed cenotes in the Yucatán. It's lit colorfully by electric lights and has ropes strung across the water so those fearful of the depths can still go exploring, holding tight to the ropes. The water is clear and beautiful, and the cave atmosphere almost mystic. Samulá is shallower, and not as beautiful, but the tree roots dripping down from the hole in the ceiling showcase the adaptability of nature.
Chichén Izta, with its fantastic and quintessential central pyramid, El Castillo, should not be missed. Explore the ball court and many other ruins. Go early -- when it opens -- because it fills later with hoards of tourists in tour groups.
Back in Valladolid, try some local street food, such as huevos motuleños (a breakfast dish made of tortillas, eggs, black beans, and cheese) at the little food and jewelry court on the square.
Though hostels in Valladolid are somewhat limited, most are within easy walking distance of the square and the bus station. Wander the streets, chat with some locals, and enjoy a quiet stay in Valladolid.
Written by local enthusiast for Valladolid hostels Melinda Brasher
There are plenty of frequently asked questions about hostels in Valladolid. We've collected the most common questions and doubts when it comes to picking your preferred accommodation in Valladolid. The more you know, the better you can plan with confidence and ease, right?
A hostel in Valladolid costs on average $9 for a dorm. A hostel in Valladolid with private rooms costs on average $52.
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Pack smart, not hard
Hostel? Check! Now let's have at your hostel packing list for Valladolid and Mexico.
You may wonder what to pack when staying in hostels? There is a few absolute basics you always have to pick. Other items are more optional and depend more on your location. Here is the must-packing items when staying in hostels:
These are the basics, yet there is more. We wrote a big, detailed guide on what to pack, tech gear and things you won't need.