Troncones Point Surf Club and Hostel
In the spring of 2010, we had a vision for a place of peace for all travelers to experience both the amazing village of Troncones and the natural wonder of the surrounding areas.
We do not have on site managers, but our caretaker, Fermin, and our great maid service person, Bruna, will take care of you. erience in Troncones and at Troncones Point Surf Club. Celine has grown up in the area, with an extensive knowledge of our ecosystems and the surrounding environment, ensuring that your experience is filled with wonder and delight for the natural world that surrounds our Hostel. Patrick has years of hospitality and culinary training that add to the ambiance and provides the delightful meals that you are encouraged to join us and enjoy!
With a constant focus on sustainability for our hostel we have integrated supplemental solar panels as well as a grey water system for recycling our waste water into food and water for our landscaping. With our composting toilets, we strive to be at one with our ecosystem.
We offer 2 mini bunks holding 4 and 6, so our guests have privacy and with a capacity of about 16, we never have more people on site then we can manage. We have handmade bamboo Bunk beds, and outdoor showers are provided to each guest, as well as access to on-site laundry service and a communal kitchen.
Our common space and open-air kitchen is located above our private and upscale Torre room, which means it has one of the best views of the beach around - and some of the most amazing sunsets ever seen on the Pacific Ocean and Troncones. We offer Wi-Fi and refrigerated storage for all of our guests. Fresh filtered water and coffee are provided for your use.
In addition to our community style living options, we have a privately available four person, second floor 'Casita Cielo' with bathroom, kitchenette, and private upper-level balcony. Also available is Casita Conejo and they are open for weekly and monthly rentals, and by the night when available.
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Hostel Facilities & Policies
- 24 hour security
- Bicycle hire
- Bicycle parking
- Board Games
- Book exchange
- Breakfast not included
- Ceiling fan
- Common Room
- Currency exchange
- Free Internet Access
- Free Parking
- Free Wifi
- Hot Showers
- Internet Access
- Linen Included
- Luggage Storage
- Meals Available
- Outdoor Terrace
- Pet Friendly
- Reading Light
- Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Towels For Hire
- Towels Included
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Driving From�Ixtapa�or�Zihuatanejo, head northwest on Hwy 200 toward�L�zaro C�rdenas. Just north of Km 30 you�ll see the marked turnoff for Troncones; follow this winding paved road 3km west to the beach.
Second-class buses heading northwest toward�L�zaro C�rdenas�or�La Uni�n�from Zihuatanejo�s long-distance terminals will drop you at the turnoff for Troncones (M$20, 45 minutes) if you ask.
You can also catch�La Uni�n�bound buses from the stop a couple of blocks east of�Zihuatanejo�s market (M$12).
White�colectivo�vans shuttle between Hwy 200 and Troncones roughly every half-hour (M$6); some continue on to Majahua.
A taxi from�Zihuatanejo�airport to Troncones will set you back almost M$500.
From Zihuatanejo�or�Ixtapa, you�ll pay about M$250.
To get to Hostel de Paz in Troncones, follow the the main road North on the Coast (you should be able to see the ocean on your right) about 2km until you come to a small road on the left side (there are no roads headed to the left until you reach this one). Follow this road down just a block and you will see Hostel de Paz on your right hand side.
If you require assistance at anytime, please call us, and we will either come pick you up, or schedule transportation for you. (Due to unions we cannot pick you up directly from the airport, however we can arrange for pickup in Zihua, or anywhere in between)
Please do not Hitchhike, this can be extremely dangerous especially to foreigners.
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