x The average starting price for a place to stay in Santiago is £51 per night.
General Flores 159, ProvidenciaOutstanding 100%
Calle Maria Luisa Santander 0329Excellent 92%
Almirante Montt, 465 Barrio Bellas ArtesExcellent 92%
San Antonio N 60Excellent 92%
llenbycv It was a bless to stay in Hostal Oveja Verde. My family and I had a good time. It is located in Providencia and it´s a beautiful place. Oveja Verde is closed to stores, restaurants, a pretty park and it is closed to the Manuel Montt Station (Metro). We hope to come back there soon. Thanks to the owners, Aquiles and Nacho. Regards
Claudio Arrau 0340 ProvidenciaExcellent 91%
fjanhsen Very engaged hostal owner, extremly helpful and informative. The hostal is located in a quiet quarter of the city but easily accessible via Metro.
Ludger 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.
dkcnz Had a really good stay with very helpful staff and a awesome bunch of other travellers staying there as well, I would recomend La Chimba to anyone as a good place to stay while in Santiago
gessica vilela I spend only 4 nights at Don Santiago, but I felt like home. They are so friendly. I recomend that and for sure next time I go back to Chile I will spent my time there. Thanks guys.
Sander Across the road from the Bellas Artes subway station, this makes for a great base from which to explore Santiago; we only stayed one night here, alas, but between the rooftop terrace and general vibe, I could see what makes this a popular place. Lots of noise from the common area still present on the first floor though (even at the end of the corridor), which didn't let up until late at night, so perhaps not the best place to stay at if you need your sleep.
live_now The single rooms are bit on the small side even for a single room, I think thats why they have the nic name the Japanese rooms though whos really in the room for more than a few hours sleep. The noise in the building travels really well so if a mouse down the hall farts your going to hear it. Thats the only grip I have other than that the staff are very friendly and helpful. Free Internets great and the location is just far enough from the party scene that you dont hear it and close enough to cafes bars amd restarunts that you can walk.
whatho I liked this hostel a lot. As we came to Chile we had only two nights booked at this hostel and were able - thanks to very friendly receptionists and perfectly working WiFi - to book flights and hotels for the three weeks we were staying in Chile (btw. some LAN-tickets are cheaper when you book them in Chile). With metro station nearby, this hostel was a very good starting point to discover Santiago. The living room and the outside area are very cool, I felt like in my old apartment, only with other room mates. In sum - easy-going, very friendly, a cool place to start your big journey to Chile.
l.robey Happy House is definitely a cool hostel. It is really clean, has great facilities with a TV room, bar with pool table, free internet, funky furniture, excellent security BUT ... we found they charged for every little thing. Even having friends in the public areas after a certain time got charged. We were late in arriving due to our plane being delayed and we got charged for that. They didn't even have a local area map we could have, rather they wanted us to buy a map of the whole city. Also, to get to the girls bathroom you had to walk through the kitchen area which felt a bit odd. It is a cool hostel and a good place to stay, but I think they have a few things to learn to make it a really excellent hostel. PS if you do stay there, have the pizza at the restaurant on the corner directly under it. Best pizza we had in our entire time in South America.
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