Ayekantún hostel is located in one of the most traditional districts of Santiago, where the aristocracy and the middle class of our country used to live in the late XIX century.
Ayekantún, in Mapudungun, means fun, entertainment, or having fun with joy through talks, dance and music. We will endeavor to make this concept a reality for all our guests during their stay here in Chile.
Our hostel is a new company and looking for ethnicity, trying to guide their way into the building and rescue of indigenous cultures of our country and mutually reinforcing.
We have an 18th century building, restored for the tourists, and a large terrace with a barbecue. We also offer furniture to complete a fully equipped kitchen, maid, internet, Wi-Fi, rental towels, lockers and breakfast. We are steps from the Metro station Cumming, supermarket, bars and nightlife own environment, close to neighborhood services.
If coming from the airport Arturo Merino Benites (Pudahuel) it is advisable and cheaper to take a minibus or bus to the airport towards the city center (blue or green, depending on the company) that lets you in Los Héroes subway station, or terminal with street Currency Tucapel Jimenez. The Heroes From the subway until you move Cumming. We are at 50 meters ...
Since Tucapel Jimenez rocomendamos you lease a taxi that leaves you at the door of the inn. That should not cost more than $ 1,000 Chileans.
Now, if you want to know the neighborhood, you can walk from the points you note.
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.
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