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A large hostel with many spaces to hang out and relax while you're in Santiago. I was there at the end of summer, so the pool didn't get as much use since it was cooler, but the bar outside and inside was a great place...More
This Hostel is the best I've been to in Santiago. It has a garden with pool and bar, an inside bar, TV room, you can party, you can relax, the stuff is super cool, it's clean and it's heated so you won't freeze to death...More
The Hostel is huge! With plenty of rooms and showers. Plus there is a large kitchen so multiple people can cook at once as well as plenty of fridge space. The bar offers very cheap tap beer and the staff is very friendly. There always...More
I have stayed in a couple different hostels in Chile, and of the three this has been my favorite! I first stayed as a regular hostel guest, and liked how helpful the staff was in helping me plan sightseeing trips and calling tour operators, such...More
Pros: Nice building, not too far from centre. Beds were comfortable. Staff helpful
Cons: The on site bar facilitated late night parties going on til 2-3am, which were loud and made it difficult to sleep. Appalling wifi coverage (virtually unusable). Stingy breakfast (bring your own)
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US$12 - US$45 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, I am in the area for the next couple of months and was curious how long a solo traveler can stay at your hostel? Also, if I stayed longer than two weeks, would it be possible to work out an arrangement where I volunteered to help clean and run the place as payment for my stay?
Thank you in advance!!!
17 July 2016|
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Response from Kait D | Reviewed this property |
I don't know if they'll answer on here. Try their email! The manager, Son, is very responsive. They take a lot of volunteers but they are often full. Doesn't hurt to ask, though. Great place.
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"Go for the smaller rooms due to the noisy floorboards."