Andes Hostel & Apartments

Monjitas 506, Santiago, Chile | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

The time we found night markets

A travel blog entry by binni


Santiago is a fun, buzzy, busy, lively, energetic city! I love the area where we are staying - Belles Artes, a wee bit European, a wee bit Latin; it's about ten mins walk east of the centre and streets are lined with sushi bars, coffee shops, wood fired pizza bars, little wooden taverns, Peruvian restaurants and gelatarias, where people are sitting …


A travel blog entry by varney


After a long flight from Auckland we finally arrived in Santiago, 4 hours before we left - love crossing the date line. Took a shared taxi (Transvip US$11) to our hotel (Andes Hostel US$75). The hostel was a little noisy as expected, but the location is great, right in the middle of town.
Spent today wandering around the old part of town, …

Mini update - Chile

A travel blog entry by adelecarroll


I'm just blogging as I'm chilling in the hostel and thought why not! Just had another free dinner courtesy of the hostel...pasta/sauce and wine! Yum. Chatted to a few more people and got a few tips for the rest of my travels. Today has been so good. Ive been on my own all day which has actually been quite nice. I totally chilled this morning, had a …

Another border crossed....

A travel blog entry by adelecarroll


Hola Amigos!! I had the most amazing journey across the border from Argentina to Chile. As I approached the border we were immersed in the snow covered mountains with the sun beaming down. Check out the pictures. Border control was interesting. We all had to pile off the bus, go to one desk to be stamped out of Argentina and then go to the next …


A travel blog entry by winsherlocks


We arrived in Santiago safe and sound at 11am yesterday morning after a nice smooth flight from Auckland, only Jodi managed a decent sleep on the plane but we checked into our apartment and went exploring. Santiago is a friendly city but a little on the dirty side with a fair bit of smog. Which is a shame as it is surrounded by the Andes which you …

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    Reviewed by rurubeer

    Beyond brilliant

    Reviewed Jun 10, 2013
    by (10 reviews) , South Africa Flag of South Africa

    This is not a backpackers. Way too clean, good food/good facilities/helpful staff. If you stay somewhere else, you're just being silly :P

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

    Reviewed by oz_flashpackers

    Very warm room....

    Reviewed Jan 12, 2011
    by (4 reviews) Adelaide , Australia Flag of Australia

    one day hot water (no cold), another day cold water (no hot). hot room with no fan (street side, so with window open very noisey). what is it with this place having no money change when you pay for things...

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Andes Hostel & Apartments Santiago

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