Welcome to Santiago Backpackers! Our home is a renovated 100-year old charming building giving all the perks a modern traveller could ask for!
The owner is a seasoned traveller, who wanted to bring the best of what he has seen back to Santiago. Atmosphere, comfort, ease - creating a vibe to suite every travellers needs.
With close proximity to Plaza De Armas and the historical part of the city, the best parks and hills and also restaurant and bar areas, our hostel is central to all of Santiago's attractions.
We are a stone throw away from the bus terminal and 3 metro stations giving you easy access to all over this amazing city!
In our hostel it possible to enjoy the unwind in our sunny courtyards, relax in our comfy TV/lounge room, watch a movie, read a book or search the net for your next adventure.
Exchanging stories with your fellow traveller is always great over our FREE Tuesday night dinners.
Whatever your needs are, the Staff at Santiago Backpackers will do everything in our power to make your stay one you won't forget! See you Soon!
Free Breakfast (available from 7:30am-10:00am) Coffee/tea/Juice/toasts/Yoghurt/cereals/manjar/marmelade/butter
Use of modern Kitchen 24/7
Free WIFI and Computer access
Free Lockers (Large)
Extra Large beds
Free Maps and Tour Information
Free Satellite TV and films
Hot Showers 24/7 (separate Male/Female bathrooms)
Credit Cards accepted
We have the cheapest ski day tours in town, 10% cheaper than other hostels on average!
FREE Dinners on Tuesdays, Nights out, Delicious Wine and Cheese tastings!
check in: 14:00
check out: 11:00
credit cards accepted
+9 pax group bookings accepted
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