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Hostal Nomade is without any doubt the most beautiful hostel I visited in South America. The place is an old and spacious house, which used to be the consulate of France. You can easily relax on the patio or in the livingroom where stands an...More
This is quite an old and interesting place with some history. People were friendly and food was good. On the downside there is an old musty smell in the house. There are also many dogs living on the premises which kept barking all night. Sleeping...More
The staff was so friendly!!!! Like others have said, the old mansion is a bit run down but so interesting! They have a funny way of serving the breakfast! My room was big. The bed was great. I like those old house! The only negative...More
I am writing this review because of the enormous help I received from Christine the Lady who runs the hostel. The hostel is an old French consulate with huge rooms and comfortable beds. Breakfast which is included consists of Coffee or tea, some bread with...More
I stayed here July 2014 as part of a Pachamama Bus tour and found it to be a quirky little place to stay although in a need of some touch ups. It is basically a family owned mansion that they have decided to turn in...More
$43 - $45 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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