Castro Hostel Entretenido
Almirante Latorre 139
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.
Located in the centre of Castro, ideal for foreign and national tourists, with comfortable rooms, shared bathrooms and breakfast.
With its pleasant sights of the bay, Hostel Entretenido is suited for your comfort and enjoyment. Hostel Entretenido is the deal place to share experiences and memories together.
Pleasant hotel with views of to Castro's bay. Comfortable and nice rooms, breakfast, wifi and common room with board games and TV Cable. Tourist Information, walks in Kayak, cavalcades, trekking, mountainbike, tours and bars are all available.
By car: Follow Ruta 5 to Castro. Arriving into town follow Avenida Pedro Montt along the coast until you reach Blanco street. Take a right on Blanco street and right again on Luis Espinosa. You will come to Latorre street. Take a left on Latorre and the hostel will be to your right a few meters up the street.
By bus: From the Cruz del sur terminal take to your right on Avenida San Martin until you reach the Plaza de Armas by the church. Take a left on Latorre street. The hostel is to your right a block and half down the street.
By boat: From the port walk up by Blanco street and take a right on Luis Espinoza. The next street to your left is Latorre. Walk up the street and a few meters to your right you will find Hostel Entretenido.
Hostal Entretenido is one of the best (and best value) hostals we've stayed in during our Central and South American voyage. The owner Silvia was very helpful and welcoming. The breakfasts were very good and varied.
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