Sheets and towels
Internet Tv Music
The apartment has a bedroom with two single beds, a large closet, a TV set, and a bedside table.
The bathroom has a shower and a bathtub.
Kitchen offers cooking utensils and cutlery.
Living-room with a sofa-bed and two pouffes.
Dining-room with a table and 3 chairs.
Balcony with two bikes.
It is a 4 storey-building, and the apartment is on the 3rd floor. There is no elevator.
It is 2 blocks from Parque Bustamente Metro Station and 3 blocks from Baquedano Station.
Half a block may bus lines.
There is a park nearby where you can practise sports and also find bars, restaurants and a library.
Supermarket, 2 blocks from the apartment. Laundry-shop, half a block. On Fridays, you can find a street-market where you can buy fresh fruit.
Payment in cash, on check-in
Security deposit (returned upon check out)
12 p.m. - Adicional fuera de hora, USD 10.-
Deliver keys in:
No facilities for handicapped
Minimum stay (days): 4
The ancient center if Santiago de Chile is a classic in students lodging, specially for its low prices and its proximity to the univeristies.
Many apartments are antique and lately there was more consutruction of modern buildings that offer more comfort.
Planned in colonial Hispanic style, it was build in unifromed blocks, Un block to the west, one of the buildings shelters the Precolombian Art Museum, a colection of native latinamaerican history and culture. Between Morande and Teatinos street you can find "La Moneda" (The coin), a palace were national currency was minted and that from 1846 onward was the residence of Chile's president. During the military goverment on 1973, the building was bombed by the Air Force and President Allende commited suicide.