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Pellegrini 377, dpto Guaymallen, (next to a big winery), Mendoza, Argentina

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163 Total Reviews
  • 73%Value For Money
  • 84%Security
  • 75%Location
  • 79%Staff
  • 75%Atmosphere
  • 76%Cleanliness
  • 68%Facilities

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Sounded better on the Internet than it was. The hostel is near the bus stop but quite far from the city centre. The people working there barely spoke English, the water is not always working or often cold. A window only in one dorm so really dark. Only two toilets (One flush wasn't working). The living room and kitchen are okay, nice breakfast. I wouldn't necessarily recommend the hostel. The one thing that really bugged us was that none of the things promised on the Internet prove to be true.


Nice, clean and quiet hostel. Has a great breakfast. The hostel is about 15-20 minutes from the town. So know that you are not staying in the center. But close to bus terminal. Seems like a good safe neighbourhood to be located. Hostel is clean and the staff helpful ... They make you pay $20 a day to leave bags even if you are returning - which was disappointing (no mention of this on website). Overall great if you want a quiet hostel.


We stayed for 3 nights and our room didn't get cleaned during our stay. There was a lot of mess on the floor and even some food under the bed and on the wall. And when people leave they didn't clean the beds our take away the linen or towels. And what we really didn't like was that the toilets didn't flush sometimes. It stank so bad. There was a really nice girl who worked at the hostel and she explained that the hostel has new owners since 2 months.


I was there in summer when it was very warm but the ceiling fan in the dorm didn't have much effect.

  • 13th Feb 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • New Zealand
  • Male, 41+
  • (1 review)


We stayed in a double room, the hostel is very cosy with great staff! It is a quiet and friendly hostel close to the bus terminal and 10min walk to the center. Everything was Ok!


This is a lovely, small hostel. It´s bright and colourful, has a little outdoor terrace, a fairly big kitchen for communal cooking... the staff are very helpful with arranging day trips and tours and suggestions for the area. There are ceiling fans in the room but it does get very hot at night. The showers were pretty tempermental. About a 20 minute walk to the centre, but very close to the bus terminal. All in all we really liked it here.


The staff were really nice, but there was never water or hot water in the shower . Also it was extremely hot there.


Charming hostel, decent breakfast, though very hot which made it difficult to sleep(I understand it's mendoza in the summer). Maybe more fans in the rooms might help?


This is a clean hostel a little out of ttown. It advertises itself as 'something different' however all we found different to other hostels was that the staff were pretty unfriendly and very unhelpful, they seemed quite negative about us doing anything in Mendoza. The atmosphere isnt great, the living space is small and uncomfortable. We did get a free laundry though which was great.

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