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Andes Hostel

At a Glance

    Pros

  • beautifully converted old house
  • spotlessly clean
  • great rooftop terrace

    Cons

  • some private rooms (with or without bathroom), are very small
  • rooms don't have safes and, apart from the individual lockers in dormitories, there's nowhere to keep valuables

Andes Hostel Review

Backpackers and budget-conscious families can ask to block off one of the four- or six-bed dormitories at this excellent hostel, opened in mid-2006. The basement has a well-equipped kitchen and pleasant dining room with three large tables and a television. Older kids love the pool table in the ground-floor lobby/common room. The location—opposite a subway station in the heart of the Parque Forestal, surrounded by museums, cool cafés, and restaurants—is hard to beat.

    Hotel Details

  • 7 rooms, 3 with bath; 8 dormitories.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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