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We are proud to present in this page Kutuk hostel, a wonderful hostel by the sparkling waters of the Persian Gulf in Hormuz Island and its only official accommodation. In the recent years many investors have entertained the possibility of establishing hotels on Hormuz Island but no such project has yet been realized. Budget lodges had the same fate in Hormuz as there are no other guesthouses and hostels save Kutuk on the island. However, guests at Hormuz’s only hostel aren’t there out of necessity. Kutuk is one of the most sought-after budget lodges in Iran.
Guests enjoy the warmth and generous hospitality of the staff and the hostel’s great international vibe. There are three large rooms in the hostel with efficient heating and cooling facilities, free WI-FI and wonderful local embellishments. Kutuk has two courtyards that serve as the hang-out area where you can chat and cook your own meal on the bonfire. The bathrooms are shared but very clean and well-equipped. A delicious breakfast is freshly prepared and served each morning in the kitchen. You can also order superb local meals cooked in the hostel but you should inform the staff beforehand. If you want to dine out, there are many spectacular sea food restaurants in the vicinity of the hostel with top-notch local meals. Hormuz is a very popular spot for a broad range of travelers from ordinary sightseeing tourists to nature lovers and even artists. The island is popular for its stunning natural sights especially its colorful soil that has inspired many artists to create extraordinary works. Other attractions of Hormuz include the Silent Valley, the Salt Cave, Blood Beach, Saffron Desert, Statues Valley and Spanish Beach. The only way to reach Hormuz is by sea buses that transfer passengers between Hormuz, Qeshm and Bandar Abbas. Considering that the journey is rather short (about 40 minutes), you can easily access the mainland. But if you decide to spend a couple of days on the red island, don’t forget Kutuk Hostel, this cozy little place in which comfort is wedded to authenticity and tradition.