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We have a range of budget places to stay in Arica from as low as £8 per night
Based on previous Arica accommodation searches, the average starting price is £17
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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Arica is £17 per night.
bernihanley Safe environment not more than a few minutes walk to central town area shops and restaurants.Another twenty minutes to Beach. Nice friendly staff with welcoming relaxed atmosphere. Breakfast was included but could have been better than bread rolls and jam each day. Room was comfortable with ensuite bathroom and cable T.V. Although I had to ask for towel and soap on arrival as this was not readily available as understood it to be on booking but provided when I asked no problem. There is wifi, and computer on site no charge. Enjoyed my stay and opportunity to relax and catch up with sleep in comfortable bed after long travels. Would stay again next time in Arica.
Avenida Comandante San Martin 599Good 70%
Tomas Aravena 161 Pob, ChinchorroAwesome 88%
Manuel Rojas #2864 pobl. Renato Rocca Manuel Rojas #2874 pobl. Renato RoccaAwesome 85%
kenneth.ha The host is absolutely fantastic. The service and information that he gives is great. He will help you out with anything you want to know about the city or the area. It is a decent location and I had a great time staying there. The only thing is that you have to pay for all the extras like internet, towel and such. Also the food in the hostal is VERY expensive compared to just buying food in small restaurants and especially the market. Once the kitchen in complete (assuming they don´t charge for you to use it, though I bet they will) it would be a perfect place to stay.
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Abe-Autumn We booked in for 5 nights, thinking we would switch to another surf hostel, but after looking around this was the best value and location you can get for a hostel in Arica. We stayed for 11 nights and loved it. The first 5 nights we stayed in a private room on the first floor. The downfall was that the receptionist was right outside and a Spanish guy was living there. So he treated it like he owned the place sitting in front of the tv in his boxers all day smoking cigarettes. So we moved up to the 2nd floor apartment and were in hog heaven. You can watch the surf breaks from the deck and enjoy ocean sunset drinks every night. There are buses that run every 5 minutes to/from town (only 2km- or 20 minute walk; also easy to get a bus to/from bus station even with lots of luggage and surf boards-just get off at La Lisera Beach, short walk up residential street and to the left) so it was easy to get to the main part of the city for groceries, bars and people watching. We cooked almost every meal at the hostel. The Santa Isabela grocery store is at the top of the main pedestrian-only street. They clean daily and provide towels. Definetly reccomend! Autumn and Abe
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