Residencial Tres Hermanos Reviews
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Efficiently run, spotlessly clean, and well-appointed. Not central to bus stations, but in a better neighborhood, and still walking distance if you don't have heavy luggage. We plan to stay again on our way out.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 41+
- (1 review)
More of a guest house/ B&B than hostel. A bit out of own but was a clean and comfortable place to spend one night for a trip to see the Penguins. The owner didn't speak English but with our limited Spanish she went out of her way to organise things and help us, a real gem! If only all hostel staff could be as helpful and friendly as her!
Having read all the other reviews for this hostel before booking, I had felt pretty confident that it was going to be a good fit for me - and this absolutely was the case. I felt very welcome immediately, was given a map with recommendations on what to do in the city, and breakfast - albeit simple - was very quaint and well organized. It is a quiet place, so this was a welcome change from some of the more "party" hostels I had been staying in. Muchas gracias por todo!
We stayed only one day in Punta Arenas and this was the place we decided to stay. The room was good and the whole hostel was clean so there was nothing to complain about it. The owner was also really friendly and was trying to help us to find something to do on the city since our plan on going to Isla Madalena didnt work
Pamela was a great hostess and waited up for us to make it to the hostel after a late arrival on the ferry from Puerto Williams.
We had a private room with a private bath. We arrived late and left early, so we weren't there very long. The walls were paper thin and showers are limited to 10 minutes max. The older woman who was there was nice, but didn't go out of her way. She also didn't speak any English. Light breakfast included. It was good for the night though.
It was the cleanest hostel I have ever stayed in, in all the countries I have traveled through. It is owned by a family so they take great pride in keeping it clean and quiet with great customer service. It was a great warm, relaxing place with a good breakfast to enjoy after camping and hiking in the national park. Would definitely recommend this place.
Amazingly clean! Great showers. Also a very friendly staff!!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Pamela waited up for me to arrive after midnight, booked a taxi for me for 4:30am, and left out some breakfast - including a piece of yummy sponge cake. Pamela is a sweetheart. Made a good impression on me even though I was at the hostel for a total of 4 hours due to a 6am flight the next morning.
Hostel was cozy and really clean. It was quite long way to walk to the centre and bus station, about fifteen minutes. Owners were really kind, but they didn't speak english.
Good hostal. About a 10 minute walk to centre. Nice and warm in hostal and rooms and plenty of hot water. Breakfast was coffee, tea, bread, cake, butter and jam. Pamela the owner was very nice, friendly and helpful (no English spoken). Can book tours for you as well. Wifi was very good, it worked everywhere. Laundry service available which was very good, clothes came back actually smelling clean as well. We would definetely stay here again.
A short walk away from the city center the Residencial Tres Hermanos is a good place to spend a night in Punta Arenas, offering the basic services to be expected (linnen (towels not included), breakfast, wifi). Security was bit poor as our private room could not be locked (or easily opened). Not a lively atmosphere due to the lack of a kitchen and communal room but clean nonetheless.