Che Lagarto Hostel Suites Santiago

San Antonio n. 60, Santiago, 8320000, Chile | Hostel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsChe Lagarto Hostel Suites Santiago

    Reviewed by danieldecastro


    Reviewed Sep 3, 2012
    by (2 reviews) Rio de Janeiro , Brazil Flag of Brazil

    Não recomendo para ninguém o Che Lagarto de Santiago. Apesar de já termos ficado na versão porteña do albergue com uma ótima experiência, o albergue de Santiago é sujo num nível inconcebível, o atendimento uma merda, e o preço nem é lá dos mais baratos. A localização bastante central é bom para passeios diurnos, mas nem tão agradável para passeios noturnos. Muito decepcionante!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by agringoabroad


    Reviewed Jul 12, 2012
    by (5 reviews) Cork , Ireland Flag of Ireland

    In 3 months this was the worst hostel we stayed in! Needless to say we checked out after one night. It was cold, dirty, grimy. The ´cooker´ was just 2 travel hobs connected to a gas drum. And the shower in the dorm was the worst we´ve seen in a long time. It was so horrible looking we didn´t even use it!
    It was actually colder inside than outrside, so maybe in summer it mightn´t be too bad temperature wise. But that´s about the best you can say for it!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Che Lagarto Hostel Suites Santiago

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Santiago

    Avoiding DVT

    A travel blog entry by cphosavanh on Jul 07, 2014

    ... our phones before heading out to lunch. Lunch was at Bellavista, which seemed to be the classier part of town. It was clean, furnished nicely, and the food was good. The luxury of the restaurant didn't just $top there, if you know what I mean.

    A quick walk around the neighbourhood, and then back to the hotel to crash. We were seeing double by the time we made it back to the rooms.

    Day 1. Arrive. Success.


    Santiago: The Old And The New.

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 30, 2014

    28 photos

    ... hill with a large statue of “Santa Maria” holding her arms out ,much in replication of “Christ the Redeemer” in Rio,I believe that the statue was made in the same factory as that of the “Statue of Liberty” in New York.

    The city is choked with traffic,but the cars are all new,always a good indicator of a country's prosperity.On the weekend and especially on a Sunday the city is almost empty and a huge circuit of roads ...


    A travel blog entry by kezzah16 on Jan 28, 2014

    7 photos

    ... red, white and rosé. The wine was really good and the Sauvignon Blanc was to die for, so crips and refreshing. They even sold food and in the menu told you which tasting tapas went with which wines, good for us novices. It was soon time to return to the hostel to collect our bags and set off to the bus station to catch our overnighter to Mendoza in Argentina, a border crossing in the middle of the night will not be ...

    New Year's Eve

    A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Dec 31, 2013

    21 photos

    ... are staying in a 26 story high rise block of small apartments that seem to be mostly rented by locals. Fighting the jet lag we realised we should venture out to get a few provision, but not before making an English/Spanish shopping list. We were surprised at how small and under stocked the largest supermarket in the area was, virtually no familiar products (we have been spoilt by NZ), no fresh milk available and cling film wrapped meats which were of ...

    Santiago Day 20 Sunday

    A travel blog entry by chrisnorth on Nov 24, 2013

    14 photos

    ... late !

    After the disappointment over the church of San Francisco our next venue was the museum of Pre-Columbian Art near the Plaza de Armas. It preserves the artistic legacy of local native cultures including Mapuche, Maya , Inca, Aztec and Andean people. It would have been so interesting but it wasn't only closed, it looked derelict with broken windows. The guide book for 2013 didn't mention that!! ...