Lava Flow Hostel- Shared Dorm Room

4.78

Shared room in hostel hosted by Lava Flow

1 guest, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 shared bath
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Outstanding hospitality
4 recent guests complimented Lava Flow for outstanding hospitality.
Lava Flow Hostel is a co-ed, queer friendly place to stay for hikers, cyclists, adventurers, and travelers looking for something simple! Reservation is for one bed in a shared bedroom. There are no private rooms, all space is shared. You must arrive before 8:00 pm. There is no host check-in, please provide your email when booking so we can send you the self check-in information.

The space
Lava Flow Hostel is a community space for adventure seekers and travelers, if you desire privacy this is not the place for you.... if you want to meet cool new friends come join us!

Hostel Security and rules enforcement is handled by the Hostel's resident felines, Frank and Frankie. If you have any cat allergies you will probably not enjoy a visit to the Hostel, sorry.

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Where you’ll be

Grants, New Mexico, United States

The Lava Flow Hostel sits on a half-acre lot in the center of Grants, New Mexico next door to the bowling alley. The property has three small buildings, the Dorm House, the Back Cottage, and the Bunk House. All three buildings where built in the 1940's. The Back Cottage and the Bunk House were built using ammunition crates from World War II. The Dorm House originally sat on Route 66, at the corner of Santa Fe Ave and First Street. There is now a Pizza Hut where the house was originally constructed. It was moved to this lot in the 1950's. Under the Dorm House is a concrete fall-out shelter constructed during the Cold War.

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  1. Joined in September 2020
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During your stay

Your host at The Lava Flow Hostel is Ranger Ross Templeton. Ranger Ross created the Hostel when he moved to Grants, New Mexico to work as a protection officer at El Malpais National Monument. The hostel was created to provide a community space for hikers and adventurers who were hiking the Continental Divide Trail. Of course it is also open to any travelers who are on an adventure and not mean. We don't like mean people, and we reserve the right to serve everyone regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, social class, or educational level :)
Your host at The Lava Flow Hostel is Ranger Ross Templeton. Ranger Ross created the Hostel when he moved to Grants, New Mexico to work as a protection officer at El Malpais Nationa…
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House rules

Check-in: 12:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
Checkout: 12:00 p.m.
Self check-in with keypad
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
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