Hostal Casa Club La Reina

Axel Munthe 7710-La Reina, Santiago, 7850190, Chile | Hostel
Prices starting from $24.00

Travel Blogs from Santiago

World Cup

A travel blog entry by hawkness


... he looked a little shocked when I pressed the 'stop requested' button. This is a stark contrast to a normal day on the metro which looks more like a can a sardines with more sardines trying to push their way in. Unfortunately, Chile lost their match yesterday, so I imagine that life here will return to its normal sardine squishing routine. It is also a shame as, if there was nothing else to talk about, students could talk about the World Cup for hours!

From Santiago, with ...


A travel blog entry by hawkness


... told her that Mendoza was not in Chile. Then she was fine and sent me on my way!

When I finally landed in Chile, everybody’s bags were on the ground next to the conveyer belt. Well, everybody’s except for mine! I went to talk to someone about this and they informed me that my bag was put on a different flight to Santiago and would arrive around midnight! Since my boss was outside waiting for me, I definitely could not wait ...

Stopover in Santiago

A travel blog entry by frawldog


... I saw an elevator that went half way up the hill, so I went up. The park was great. I think these parks give people with all types of interests a getaway. Artists sit here and sketch drawings. Young kids come here to skateboard, drink alcohol or find a tree to get some play with their girls behind it. Older people and families come here to have a picnic. Everyone gets a use out of the park although the younger kids are ...

Siesta, forever!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... from the rest of South America and Mexico. We spent quite a while wandering around, before setting off again. We bought Empanadas (pasties) for lunch, which we ate in the Park Forrestal. We walked home via art galleries and other beautiful buildings, before finally arriving back at our hostel.

We ventured further from home for dinner, to the posher Barrio Providencia, where I took Mr H to a vegetarian restaurant, La Huerta. I had a lovely ...

Chilling in Chile

A travel blog entry by robyntravel


... First task mastering the subway system. Destination Mercato Central, the fish market. Thankfully, mom knows some Spanish, I need to come out of my Bahasa learning brain and start learning the basics in Spanish beyond my know phrases: No Gracias, No Comprendre , and Cerveza por favor, El Bano. We had dinner at a place called Donde Augusto, trying Chilean sea bass. Wandering back passing street artists, a busker drawing a crowd and even ...


This hostel, located in the La Reina area of Santiago, is near Concha y Toro Winery, Casablanca Valley, Los Dominicos Handicraft Village, and Paseo Ahumada.
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