GALLERY & PRICES
GET A FEELING OF LIFE AT HOSTEL MIRADOR
WHY WE ARE DIFFERENT
With a maximum of 15 guests at Hostel Mirador, it feels like at home. You will receive a personal attention, advice and help with your itinerary and it will make a perfect base for exploring San Cristobal and surrounding area. We are happy to host all ages, all sexes, all colours and all religions. Join us for cooking, jam sessions, yoga practice together. Become a part of the family.
Hostel Mirador is one of the few economical guesthouses, where children of all ages are welcome and catered for so they can enjoy their holiday as much as you. The services for the little ones include: Children under 12 years old stay for free (breakfast will be charged 30 pesos/day), children area in the garden, baby-sitter service may be available upon request (with previous notice).
Hostel Mirador is an excellent option for groups, family gathering and workshops up to 15 people if they want flexibility and privacy of having the whole house for themselves at a competitive price. You can ask for help with your itinerary, contracting a transport from/to the airport as well as travelling in Chiapas. You can choose to have our staff to prepare your breakfast, dinners or BBQ and do daily cleaning or you can opt for a strict privacy and be in charge yourself.
NEWS & EVENTS
Sunday, the 20th of January, our siter hostel, Iguana Hostel, is organizing for all our guests a tour to the nearby indigenous village of ZINACANTAN for the anual festival of San Sebastian. This is a unique in its style, indigenous carnaval, filled with traditional outfits and flowers, traditional food and music. You are lucky that […]
The dance of the parachicos covers all areas of local life, fostering the coexistence of the community and the transmission of inherited ancestral knowledge, characteristics that in 2010 led it to be declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO (Organization of the United Nations for Education, Science and Culture), after several years of joint […]
The tradition of the chuntás has marked the cultural history of Chiapa de Corzo, thanks to the brotherhood and the deshibición of the men, who show their roots to the compass of the drum and reed. The Chuntá (Chuntá, word of Chiapas origin that means servant) are people of the masculine sex who disguise themselves […]