I stayed in the women only dorm. There was a high turn-over rate with people usually only staying a night or two. I stayed for 9 nights. Local area has great markets and restaurants where I found plenty of vegetarian options.
There are lockers inside and outside of the dorm. Great water pressure in the shower. The beds are firm, but comfortable. Air conditioning is only really turned on during the evening and night. There's a fan in the dorm as well to help cool things down. Love the privacy curtains for each bed. The top beds leave one side open, so if you don't want your neighbor to be able to see into your space (if you or they have the private bunk light on, it shines into the other persons space too), you should try to get a bottom bunk that's completely enclosed.
The hostel is really, really clean. Sheets, pillow cases, and blankets are changed and washed after every guest. The bathrooms are cleaned daily.
There's a lobby area with tables where you can relax, with a few fans on the walls. You can take your breakfast or bring dinner from the market back to eat. The breakfast they provide is bananas, bread you can toast, coffee, tea, and chocolate.
Staff is friendly enough. Wifi upstairs is shit, downstairs is great.
Transportation from the airport is reasonable (90TBH for the local bus) only during the day-7am-9pm or so. If you arrive or leave outside of those hours, expect an expensive taxi ride.
Overall, a really lovely town with lovely people.