Plaza de Armas Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsPlaza de Armas Hostel Santiago
The place is pretty great - good kitchen, nice comfy beds and warm blankets. Clean amenities and friendly staff. Two downsides; the staff doesn´t appreciate you being in the kitchen when they are in there and they don´t turn on the heat in cold weather. But the location is fantastic and the free internet and wifi is awesome.
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Een weekje stad was precies wat ik nodig had! Eenmaal aangekomen in mijn hostel (aan het centrale plaza de armas) kwam ik er achter dat Jeff (die ik in el Chalten had ontmoet) ook in santiago was. En daar kwam ik achter door met Maj (uit Denemarken) te ontmoeten tijdens de free tour die ik in de middag deed (zij had Jeff in Bariloche leren kennen …
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