Punto Urbano

Av. Godoy Cruz 326, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5500, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Av. Godoy Cruz 326, Mendoza, is near Parque Provincial Aconcagua, Bodegas Salentein, Museo Fundacional, and Acuario Municipal de Mendoza.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPunto Urbano Mendoza

    Reviewed by pric5457

    Aweseome experience

    Reviewed Jan 17, 2014
    by (9 reviews) Westminster , United States Flag of United States

    Punto Urbano is one of the best hostels I've ever stayed at. It is in a great area, it's very clean, it's open, and the staff is very helpful. The hostel had so many activities to offer (a lot of them free!). It has a great atmosphere for being social. I booked my tours with them as well.

    That being said, it was VERY hot in the rooms. I was in the 8 person dorm and it didn't feel like any air was flowing. The street outside was also loud, but we had to keep the doors out to the patio for more air. I think the private rooms are a better deal.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Punto Urbano Mendoza

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Mendoza

    Pure Argentina

    A travel blog entry by pric5457 on Jan 17, 2014

    16 photos

    After a mediocre experience in Cordoba, I was ready to get out for some actual adventure. I decided to take my next stop in Mendoza. Mendoza is a province known for their wine and outdoor adventures. Mendoza is an historic city with relatively new buildings because of it's destruction from an earthquake (since the area is near the Andes and on a …

    Mendoza, Argentina

    A travel blog entry by beccie_andy on Feb 19, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... to join them for a traditional Argentinian dinner, an asado. We had steak, ribs, sausage, black pudding and cow glands. I don't recommend the glands. All served with fresh vegetables and really nice local wine. Probably a little too much local wine but it would have been rude not to.

    As we had made so many plans for the next week, of course when we woke up the next day it was pouring with rain. We decided we'd best get on with it anyway and went to pick some vegetables. ...

    Bikes and Wines

    A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Dec 21, 2013

    12 photos

    ... gringos stupid enough to not change dollars in Argentina, we take care of our little treasure and have fun watching the prices of shops and restaurants with our new exchange rate in mind. Suddenly this country is no longer very expensive as we were getting accustomed to in the last few weeks, but it becomes affordable and in some cases even cheap.
    Becoming criminals is not the only thing we did here in Mendoza. What else is there to do here? In addition to ...

    Day 36 - Exploring Mendoza

    A travel blog entry by kittysheeran on Nov 03, 2013

    1 photo

    ... some sort of park party, we think it said family festival day. After hours of walking I start to get very tired and very hungry so we head back towards our hostel via the main bar/restaurant area where we stop for a late lunch/early dinner. This meal, was, AMAZING! We ordered a 'Bife de Chorizo' to share, as I'd seen it on many restaurant boards and so thought we should try it. What turned up was 500g of grilled heaven!! It was the biggest piece of meat I've seen on ...

    Wine Country

    A travel blog entry by kateweisberg on May 29, 2013

    74 photos

    Well, Argentina life is certainly never boring. I'm backtracking a bit since I wasn’t able to write about my trip to Mendoza with the parental units. There is quite a drastic difference between life on my dime and on that of my parents. It gives the city a whole new experience and is something I could get quite used to. The visit consisted of four days in Buenos Aires and three days in Mendoza. During our time in the city, I ...