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Nice and friendly staff - family atmosphere. Awesome time spent there!
Lovely relaxing place to stay, a nice family run hostel which made you feel at home :-)
Spent a great time there, definitively recommend it. Luis and his family are lovely and helpful.
the hostel and the staff were great, kitchen and bathrooms very clean!.. safe place and good ambient, totally recommended!
Hostel was clean, staff it's really nice, lovely terrace, we spend a great time.
Very nice patio where you can sit in the sun and relax. Stuff is very nice.
Not really a hostel but someone's house with rooms in it. No laundry facilities like advertised. They had a washing machine but made us hand wash our clothes. No towels provided as advertised. Staff barely spoke English. Little kids running around the whole time and crying at night. Bit of a walk into town. Hard to find because of poor directions. No lockers at all so poor security. When the wifi worked it was very good and the kitchen is well equipped but it is also the family kitchen.
very nice people ! like feeling at home. they help a lot with everything. would like to come again! thank you very much for EVERYTHING, Lorenzo, Ingrid & Luis !! especially for being very spontaneous and helping with EVERYTHING AND THAT I COULD COME EVERY DAY (THOUGH I WAS ALREADY STAYING IN ANOTHER HOSTEL ;-) :-)
Nice comfortable rooms. Lovely outdoor patio/courtyard area with plenty of Cindy chairs and hammocks. One of the best and cleanest kitchens we have seen. Would definitely recommend this hostel. Worth the 10 minute walk from the bus station/5 minute walk from town.
Wonderful owners--be sure to ask them for advice on anything Atacama related!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
Good hostel with very good kitchen facilities. Rooms are basic but clean and staff mostly helpful. One major problem though was that we booked additional nights which we were told were confirmed, only to be told that they had double-booked our room on our last night so we had to leave. This was extremely inconvenient, meaning our options were to pack up all our stuff and drag it all to another hostel for one night or change all of our onward travel plans - very frustrating.
We stayed in a double room for 5 nights. The room itself was clean, as well as the ensuite bathroom, though very basic: almost no forniture, no hangers, no tables, just a couple of shelves and a tiny nightstand. Sometimes the water went cold, and we had to call several times the owners to get it fixed. Owners are nice but not very present since they take care of their little children. The kitchen is messy but functional. It's quite far from the centre (easily doable in 10m by walking, though)
We booked two weeks early and it ended up being 6900 pesos per night . Definitely no luxury to the place, but we ended up liking it for the most part at the end of our 4 nights. Hot water worked except the 1st day, no safety deposits or secure place to keep items, kitchen was dirty but had what we needed. They have tea and coffee but you have to buy your own water in bottles because the water is contaminated with metals. Staff was fairly nice
- Novice Nomad
- All Female Group, 18-24
- (1 review)