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The hostal owner are very kind and helpful. They let me stay in 5 beds dorm only myself, and also help me book mini bus to airport. I had a pleasant stay.
Booked me early morning boat trip and then drove me there in the morning!
Average hostel, good value for money though. It looks a bit bad from the outside - the inside is nicer. The breakfast was good (coffee, bread, cheese, jam and cake). The location is okay, as Punta Arenas isn't that big it doesn't matter the hostel is outside the city center.
Just a great place with good, quiet and neat atmosphere. The owner of the hostel is the nicest man and will take care of everything you need, from a taxi to tickets to the penguin sites.
A nice friendly hostal. Very clean with a nice breakfast. A good 20 or so minute walk into town. Would stay there again.
- We did not feel welcome at all: the unfriendly owner familiy was really rude and always occupied the livingroom -> no space left - No warm water in the morning. - You cannot decide for your own when to switch on the radiator, only the owners decide it --> COLD! - No wifi in the room. - You can use the kitchen only in the evening, only within a couple of hours and only for 30 min., thats really bad! - Really far from the center (about 30 min. the the next big supermarket) + pick up from the bus
The staff was vey helpfull in aranging taxis. Only slight disadvantage is that they are 1.8K from the center of town, bus terminals and supermarkets. Overall we had a very nice stay. This was our second stay here.
Nice beds and facilities. The only downside is the longer walking distance to the city center.
The hostal ist clean and has everything You Need. The breakfast is ok. However, the owner of the hostal seems to be focussed on your Money, so he overbooked the hostel and we needed to move. All in all the stay was ok, but its not well located.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 25-30
- (1 review)
Very friendly people. Was a bit far from center. I had to change rooms twice...
There needs to be a category for comfort of beds... if there was one it would score more than excellent! I had my best night's sleep there in the whole if my 2 months travels so far. The hostel is cosy, friendly and well run. The comfy sofas and chairs seem to encourage cosy chat amongst the travellers and 2 very convivial evenings were spent exchanging travel tips and tales. It's a little out of the centre but that's a bonus -it's in a nice quiet area and only a 15 min max walk into town.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
More like a large house than a traditional hostel, but one of the cleanest hostels I have ever stayed in. Common area is a sitting room, which was a great place for chatting and drinking with other travellers. A bit of a way out of town centre, but walkable
-clean hostel -everything what you need ...just: to fare away
On Hostelworld.com it is listed as not having internet which is untrue
Family run B&B with dorm rooms. Family were lovely and helpful. Their English isn't the best but they are very friendly. They even put on a little fiesta for us for new years! The house is kept very clean. The only real downside was that it is at least a 10min walk into town.
I just stayed one night to get to Puerto Natales. Was fine, a little out of town but its only a short 10-15min walk. The lady that ran it was really nice and helpful. Dorms were spacious and comfy. Good breakfast
The hostel owner was very brash with her staff but nice to her guests which made for an odd atmosphere, her son however, was rude and overly hostile. It is very far from any amenities and the location felt unsafe and in need of regeneration. Breakfast was sadly disappointing and the hostel tours appeared expensive. We felt uncomfortable and unwelcome here and left early. There were strange signs that said the kitchen was for heating but no cooking, all in all not what was advertised.
The beds are comfy, but not warm enough for the cold weather of punta arenas and rooms without heating. You can use the kitchen only for quick meals like pasta.
Was fine for one night though a little faraway from the centre where bus companies and ATMs are. The female dorm was pretty cramped.