x The average starting price for a place to stay in Santiago is £62 per night.
Av. Condell, 1015 ProvidenciaExcellent 90%
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.
Coronel Santiago Bueras 122, Barrio LastarriaAwesome 88%
r.wood Enjoyed our stay here, and recommend the asada they held one evening - great food and wine and a nice way to meet some other travellers.
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.
momacha4 The hostel is well located, the services offered are good, people are very friendly and the facilities are clean.
Anna22 Great hostal! Staff all speak fluent English and are friendly and helpful. Onsite travel agency is great for planning your trip and Pachamama Bus tour starts here (also recommended). Large hostal, you can be as involved as you want to be in the activities - BBQ nights etc. Lovely garden and pool. Large kitchen, plenty of space for all. Rooms are spacious and clean.
beal_jm The staff was very friendly and willing to help at any moments notice. The hostel is located quite close to the center of the city. The building is quite old so the floors are very creaky when people walk down the hallways. Also, if you get a single room with the windows facing the street, the noise is very loud, be it the traffic or dance music coming from under the windows. It was impossible to close the windows since it was very warm and stuffy. I had to sleep with earplugs in, but overall very clean and a good deal for the money.
Create your own travel plan including Santiago as one of your stops. You can use it to store all your research (even hotels found on other websites!)
Do you have questions about Santiago? You might try asking in our active travel forums and see if anyone else has been there.
Keep your family and friends up to date with your trip by starting your own travel blog!