I found this hosteria to be dour and really nothing special for the price. The front-desk people were glued to their computers and the Internet, low energy, and showed little interest in the guests, The place is located close to the center but on an entirely uncharming and very busy street.
On the plus side, it has a nice open-air terrace on the top and old world staircase.
But there are plenty of other hostels in Santiago with far more charm and a more welcoming staff.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- “Comfortable and spacious, or house is decorated stylishly and warmly; the wood takes centerplace, fusing both classical and modern.Illuminated and ample, our hostel is a unique place in the city. The building is large and divided in two levels, 15 rooms with wooden floors and beautiful details. In addition, it has a terrace on the top.Our location is privileged, San Antonio with Ismaél Valdés Street, next to the forest park; very near to the historic neighborhood of Santiago. Allowing that the tourist can easily accessible places typical of the city, such as: market Central, Plaza de Armas, Cerro San Cristóbal, pre-Columbian Museum, Cerro Santa Lucía, Bellavista (Patio), Bellavista La Chascona (Pablo Neruda), La piojera, Centro Mall, Board of Trustees, flag, La Moneda, Santiago Cathedral, Paseo Ahumada, Estación Mapocho, supermarkets, banks, among others.” ... more less
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