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Iquisa Hostal
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Reviewed November 29, 2012

10 minutes away from the main plaza/center of San Pedro de Atacama, it is actually not far and there is also a nice fruit market on the way. Very fresh and yummy fruits! The hostel itself is nice. The room was not too big and not too small, shared bathroom but after a long time in the road it was not the most important thing. No breakfast though however you could use the kitchen to cook and others utensils. Water is very strict in the city, so during the night (I guess around 10pm) they cut it. The lady that runs the hostel is veeery friendly, but if you do not speak Spanish, it can be a problem to communicate well with her. She got us a discount and gave us some tips as well. Very nice stay!

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Luana L
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Reviewed July 9, 2012

this review is especially to warn women of the potential hazard of this place. it is in a beautiful location, the beds are ok, the bathrooms fine, seriously, i have no complaints about the hostel itself except that it is a bit dirty. i also didnt mind that it is a bit far from town, because it is a nice walk. but the owner is a complete creep and was inappropriately touching/talking/making advances at both my friend and i. from the minute we walked in the front door he had his hands on us, massaging, touching, strattling, you name it. very unprofessional. also, the next day he had said that daily they have sandboarding at 3pm. my friend and i wandered around town until around then, and returned to the hostel to go sandboarding with him, but he was nowhere to be found. he finally rolled out of bed at 4pm IN HIS UNDERWEAR and inappropriately advanced towards me yet again. during the daytime there was absolutely no one to be found, and it seemed like pretty much anyone could walk in and do what they please. please, just go to another hostel. there is one that is 1mil more expensive but it is downtown, much nicer, warmer, and have helpful and friendly staff -- not creeps.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed May 25, 2012

We had emailed in advance for a bus station pick up, emailed again to say the bus was late, on arrival we couldn´t see anyone so we just walked. At the hostel the people were really friendly, the language barrier was the only problem that held us back from chatting with them. I took loads of photos of the hostel cos it looked so cool!! An hour later the guy waiting at the bus station returned, he had been there for about 4 hours waiting. We felt SO bad but he just laughed it off, AND he had great English. Breakfast is not included but there is a kitchen there with the basics you need. Obviously it´s in the desert so we kept the showers short and sweet. (we never had the lady banging on the door) The bedrooms were lovely with secure lockers. And there is free internet available too. There isn´t much traffic in the area so a good night´s sleep was got. We walked to and from the town, about 5 minutes. Bring a torch at nighttime perhaps!! BEST POINT, on hostelworld it´s advertised as about $13per person, but in arrival (and for the second night) we only payed 10,800 for 2 people. Great value hostel!!

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Molly_Mackers
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Reviewed January 24, 2012

Really chilled out.. Friendly staff. It's a bit far out but we got a few lifts off roberto as well as just walking in and walking/stumbling back. Hostel is about ten mins from the main square (without any packs, but arrange the pickup when you book) It's quiet but it is what you make of it.

  • Stayed: October 2011
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Thank rojagringa
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Reviewed June 3, 2011

Stayed in 6 bed dorm. Beds comfortable enough and bunks sturdy. No lockers. Bathroom outside. Clean enough and hot water all day. Outside area for eating. Gets bit cold and dark early though and no other communal area. No breakfast. Free wifi. Nice owner who can help you out although mainly in Spanish. This hostel is the family home so you share facilities with the family. Kitchen available to use. It is about 5-10 min walk to main street which is no hassle as the town is very small. A free collection is available when you arrive with your bags if you email Roberto.

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank Stacyonholiday
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