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Reviewed 13 March 2016

This is a really affordable place to stay. I stayed for 2 weeks becuase I was doing diving and got a private room with AC and a private bathroom for a really low price. People usually pay more for a bed in a dorm. The owner is a really kind and nice guy. There is a kitchen you can use...

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Reviewed 18 February 2015

We arrived in Taganga and look around for a good hostel and we can honestly say for the price you get much more here than anywhere else. We paid 30,000 COP for a private room with private room, air conditioning and fan. The staff were great and incredibly friendly and were happy to let us leave our things there while...

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Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 20 August 2014

Casa Graffiti: A family run hostel with 4 private rooms and a few dorm style rooms. It has a community kitchen, small indoor patio area and a couple of communal hammocks. My boyfriend and I stayed at Casa Graffiti twice during a recent trip to Tangana, Colombia in January 2014. Our first stay was for 4 days. We had a...

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Medellin
Reviewed 5 May 2013

It's actually "Graffiti" by the way....It's one of the more unassuming hostels among the main Calle by the sports ground. It's a family run hostel, so they are always around and exceedingly pleasant. Price-wise, it's ok, though you'll have to pay more for air-con. And they don't clean your rooms or change your sheets for the entirety of your stay....

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Address: Calle 18 (entre Carrera 3 y Carrera 2), Taganga, Colombia
Region: Colombia > Magdalena Department > Santa Marta District > Taganga
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“Private rooms are cheap compared to hostel dorms so I recommend a private one.”
 of 5 bubbles 330ivam, 13 Mar 2016 | Read review
“First room on the right.”
 of 5 bubbles TomAndrewh, 18 Feb 2015 | Read review
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