A beautiful house located in a peaceful neighbourhood of Providence, Santiago Chile.
We want to invite you to visit our Hostel, where you will find comfortable places to rest and also to meet new friends!
We have the best services in order to make your visit to Santiago the best one.
We are located close to cultural centres, restaurants, and to the easiest access to the main routes of public transport.
We are waiting for you!
*Note: we only accept cash, NO credit cards.
Private rooms with shared bath, wireless internet and cable TV.
Double rooms with 2 beds or one double bed
Triple rooms with 3 beds
Bed linen and towels provided.
Bathrooms with hot water 24 hrs.
How to reach us: Closer subway station is Salvador. Take Manuel Infante until reaching Clemente Fabres, then turn to the left, then you will reach Roman Diaz, turn to the right and you will get to our hostel.
Payment is to be in cash on arrival.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
The hostal offers high value for money. The rooms and the house are very clean, the nice garden (outside seating is possible) is very relaxing and offers fantastic sun seatings. I extremely appreciated the very friendy owners and service team, who helped me out with anything, tour reservations, hostel pick up and travel on tickets. The hostal offers good internet access and though it is located in an a quiet area of Santiago, some restaurants, supermarket and laundry are just around the block. Hostel Romandia is perfect choice to stay.
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