Hostal Las Luces

Address: Andres Bello, La Serena, 1700000, Chile | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Andres Bello, La Serena, is near Damas Island, Archaeological Museum, La Serena's Cathedral, and Gabriel Gonzalez Videla Museum.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Las Luces La Serena

      Reviewed by vikkiandchris

      Lovely owners but tired looking hostel

      Reviewed Nov 11, 2013
      by (39 reviews) Knaresborough, England, United Kingdom , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      We ended up staying here because the hostel we'd wanted to stay at was booked up and this one was on the same street. The family that run this hostel are lovely, so friendly and because it has family run it has a really homely feel to it. The rooms, communal areas and bathrooms were very clean but the kitchen often felt grubby. The decor looked as though it could do with a bit of a spruce up. Our room did have a TV which was a nice touch. Gardens were lovely and full of flowers! There's not much nearby except the bus station which is really close. Its about a 15 min walk to the supermarket, 15 min walk to the town centre and 25 min walk to the beach.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Las Luces La Serena

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from La Serena

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      A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Aug 14, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... like the one we took to Lima. For dinner we headed to the supermarket for ingredients. The store was laid out almost exactly like a Vons- which made me irrationally excited considering I don't even shop at Vons at home. Back at the hostel I made spaghetti with red sauce and a tomato and blue cheese salad. Again-so nice to eat food like I eat at home and ESPECIALLY nice to be able to prepare it myself. This hostel was also nice because it had comparatively ...

      Not-so-Beachy Beach Town

      A travel blog entry by augsabroad on Feb 25, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... clarity and multitude of stars that we could see just standing with our heads thrown back in wonder. It was without question the best sky of stars I have ever seen in my life.
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      A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Feb 25, 2014

      6 photos

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      One Last Peak at Southern Skies

      A travel blog entry by chelsea.davitt on Oct 11, 2013

      7 photos

      ... think I'd be able to wake up after like 3 hours of sleep. And hopefully staying up will help flip my schedule back around. It's been fun being nocturnal, but I don't think my classes and work will appreciate my new lifestyle that much.

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      La Serena, Coquimbo and pisco tasting

      A travel blog entry by alexennis269 on Jun 22, 2013

      12 photos

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