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This place was amazing. We had our minds set on Zephyr Lodge but unfortunately (or should I say fortunately) it was all booked for the nights we were looking for. We settled here at Utopia. It is quite a bumpy ride from town but very...More
The atmosphere in the hostel is great because of the delicious family diner, the view is amazing, you can walk to chemuc champey or do a great hike in the morning.
Clean rooms and showers! There is no wifi.
This place could be great, but calling yourselves Eco and then charging high prices sets expectations quite high. Unfortunately everything from the unhealthy food, poor organization, and at some points rude owner really ruined this for me and my friends.
We were moved out of...More
Very much enjoyed our stay at Utopia. Very friendly staff that give a great overview of the lodge and facilities right when we arrived. Staff continued to be a highlight for our stay. We stayed in a coffee cabaña which was spacious and clean (although...More
We stayed here for a weekend and had a wonderful time. We stayed in one of the private cabins and it was worth the upgrade for us. We had a private room and bathroom. When we first arrived our impression was : rustic. Everything was...More
I did not take a photo, but do remember many of the prices. I don't remember everything, of course. It was fairly expensive, and portions were not large. Oh! And you are charged 10% service fee on top of all food and drink... More
I did not take a photo, but do remember many of the prices. I don't remember everything, of course. It was fairly expensive, and portions were not large. Oh! And you are charged 10% service fee on top of all food and drink prices. They tell you that when you arrive and you'll see it on your bill.
My only real complaint about this otherwise awesome place was the pricey food. I really, really wished I had brought more snacks. And the vegans we met complained that their options were very limited.
25Q for hot breakfast (changes daily, eggs with pancakes and fruit, eggs with beans and tortilla)
35Q for granola with milk and fruit
20Q for bagel w cram cheese and fruit
10Q for bread with jam and butter
35Q for packed lunch (bagel with egg and cheese, brownie, juice box)
30Q quesadilla with some beans in it and a little salad on top
30Q ramen noodles with egg and vegetables
20Q French fries
25-35Q for other fried stuff (cauliflower, peppers, cheese)
8Q for sweet breads (banana, carrot, brownie)
50Q one option, changes nightly, always includes a small salad and dessert. The nights we were there, we had white bean soup, stir fried rice with egg, and teriyaki vegetables with rice (the last one was a special guest chef, which cost 10Q extra, but again, there was no other choice)
Drinks: happy hour 5-7
15Q small can of Brahva (10Q hh)
20Q rum and coke (10Q hh)
15Q hot chocolate
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"If you can afford it, stay in one of the cabins."