We paid approximately $15 USD per night for a bed in a room with 8 others. It sounds like alot of people and I was worried as it was my first time staying in a hostel but they way they have the bunk beds laid out it works out very well. It was really clean, the staff was super helpful, spoke good English and Spanish. Everyone has their own locker, with just a returnable deposit of 1,000 Chilean pesos for a lock. They rent towels for 500 pesos. They also have two private "ensuites" seperate from the main building with their own private half bath. Definitely my go-to place when I stay in Santiago!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Good news!!! Dominica Hostel is finally open! This newly restored old house was especially design to receive travelers. Full of common spaces and with a practical design of the dorms rooms, that gives you the privacy that you need, we are sure that your stay at Dominica will be unforgettable!!!Located in the heart of Bellavista, the bohemian and cultural district of Santiago, the Dominica is the place to be. We are steps away from the funicular to the summit of San Cristobal's Hill from where you can have the best view of Santiago and from where you can explore the huge Parque Metropolitano. ... more less
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