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I was only here for less than 1/2 a day - from about Midnight to around 11am, so my judgment is limited. But they answered my doorbell ring in the dead of night very quickly, set me up in my room, which was very cosy and warm, and the bed was quite comfy, too. Breakfast was toast and jam, yoghurt, and tea/coffee - perfectly serviceable. Run by a family, there is little atmosphere to speak of, but the accommodation suited me just fine for what I needed.
You won't find the atmosphere of a hostel. But on the other hand, you'll find a very cozy house, nice lady taking care of your rooms and great breakfast.
Friendly, homely and comfortable.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 25-30
- (1 review)
The owner lives here (common in Chile), but was absolutely no problem. The common area was nice, including basic travel information, etc. The rooms were spotless, heated and included tons of thick blankets. The atmosphere is "cold", but only because it's a small hostel with no bar/music, which was great since most people check-in late and leave early. Two (very clean) bathrooms with 24-hour hot water are plenty for this small hostel. 15 min. walking from bus terminal, and 2 min. to downtown
Clean and comfortable, but zero atmosphere.
Nice place to stay. Staff didn't speak any English but were always friendly and helpful. They were happy to keep our bags for 5days while we did the w trek. Would be nice to have more facilities like full use of the kitchen and a computer etc... not a very social atmosphere but good if you want a quiet relaxing time.
Nice and very clean with good bag storage. Would have preferred more flexible cooking arrangements.
It is more like a bed and breakfast place than a hostel ! The host was kind. Beds were very confortable and there was hot water which was well apreciated after a long and cold trekking day ! If you are looking for a quiet place, I totally recommend it. Wi-fi is well working but just be aware that there is no computer for those who did'nt bring theirs. You then have to go to a "locutorio".
Not a common hostel. You stay in a old couple's house but very good facilities and excellent value for money.
This hostel was perfect for what we needed . A warm bed for the night and breakfast for an early start.
Like being in some local family's house, doesnt feel like a hostel at all and only 3 rooms i think. But really comfortable big rooms, big living room with tv and good wifi. Recommended if you wna chill but no atmosphere.