Built in 1904, this budget hostel was renovated and restored in 2006 to accommodate up to seven guests in five private rooms with shared accommodation. It boasts a UNESCO World Heritage status, original exterior and floor tiles, high ceilings, and wooden shuttered windows and doors. There are four single rooms, one double room, a communal kitchen/dining area and lounge, two large modern bathrooms, a covered porch in the backyard, and a street-side terrace. The tight-knit neighborhood is nearly 200 years old, and many houses on the street still retain their classical style. The neighbors love meeting visitors to their “barrio” and will show guests the famous Curaçao hospitality. The street is on the traditional Carnaval route and during this time guests have a front row seat for the festivities! Come meet travelers and visitors to Curaçao in traditional and local surroundings.