Hi Casa De Huespedes

Address: Manuel Rojas 2864 pobl. Renato Rocca, Manuel Rojas 2874 pobl. Renato Rocca, Arica, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Manuel Rojas 2864 pobl. Renato Rocca, Manuel Rojas 2874 pobl. Renato Rocca, Arica, is near El Morro de Arica, Parque Nacional Lauca, Catedral de San Marcos, and Lake Llanganuco.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHi Casa De Huespedes Arica

    Reviewed by shaunb

    Fun Hostel, Certifiable Owner

    Reviewed May 9, 2008
    by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Fun hostel, a little way from the centre, but good nonetheless. Had a very warm welcome here and was made to feel part of the disfunctional family during my stay. There are BBQ nights with lots of pisco, an organised pub crawl, and for the quieter moments, a ping pong table and hammock in the yard. Quieter when I was here, out of main season, but excellent laugh on the busier nights. Warning: Your liver may suffer if you stay here!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hi Casa De Huespedes Arica

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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