I got a personal unit, it cost like $70 a night. I don't feel I got this kind of value for the unit. First of all, the staffing was uneven. Some of the staff were nice and did their best to help with broken English, but others were downright rude. For example, I was sick and got some chicken soup packet to make at the hostel. Most hostels I have stayed in have a kitchen area you can use - at the very least a microwave and something to make hot water. This hostel didn't and when I asked for a plastic bowl to make my soup in (which I knew they had in their kitchen from breakfast), they refused to give me one. It was petty and mean-spirited. My room was also underwhelming. I was there in the winter, but the room was very drafty, so even with the heater on, the temperature was uneven and the room was not comfortable. I think it worsened my cold having the hot heater air blowing on me while at the same time freezing cold air was coming in through the drafty windows and the door. Third, the room was so small that the bed took up the entire room, there was nowhere to put my bag. It was clean overall, but I was a little disgusted by a suspicious looking liquid underneath the toilet in my room. Overall disappointed and would not book this hostel again.
I enjoyed the closeness to the Ramon Crater visitor center and proximity to the only restaurant in town. Breakfast in the morning was good.