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Hospedaje Mirador

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Reviewed 29 January 2017 via mobile

A clean hospedaje for the price. Unfortunately both the owner and especially the maid are rather type A, demanding, and micromanaging. The first incident was that, after not wishing to pay for laundry services, I was not permitted to wash some articles of clothing in my own laundry wash bag. When I offered to complete the same task outside, I...

Thank Ben K
Olten, Switzerland
Reviewed 29 December 2015

I stayed here for two nights and got a single-private room with a shared bathroom. All rooms are clean and it feels like your living with a local family. The shower had great water-pressure and hot-water and wifi is fast and stable. Only downside: breakfast is only served in summer (which presumably starts in January, according to the owner).

1Thank Dryanta
Puerto Natales, Chile
Reviewed 5 May 2014 via mobile

Great rooms, nice, warm and clean. Central location. Kitchen had great equipment as it is the chiloean family's kitchen too. Big living room as common area, with wifi and tv. Same street as a couple of other hostels if you want to compare. Family speaks only Spanish.

1Thank Happycamper500
Santiago, Chile
Reviewed 19 April 2014

Stayed for several nights. Location is a bit tricky to find as it's midway down a street that's on a steep hill and not obvious. Upon checking-in, they couldn't provide a map of city. Rooms don't have garbage cans. The ones closer to the entrance seem to have a stronger wifi signal. Breakfast is good and is the standard Chilean...

Thank jump78
Reviewed 27 February 2014

We actually ended up in a second hotel on Lillo about 3 blocks down from the original. We were suspicious at first but it worked out well as we had rented a car and this location had very secure on-site parking (the other has off-site I believe). Breakfast was excellent and Magaly and her family were very friendly and helpful....

Thank Dean J
Boulogne-Billancourt, France
Reviewed 6 November 2012 via mobile

We stayed in Castro, on Chiloe for 2 days and we chose to stay in this hostal because it was recommended in our guide and we did not regret it. The owner is really nice and helpful. The rooms are small but really clean and perfect for a short stay and you can use the kitchen if you wanna cook...

1Thank Dav T
Austin, Texas
Reviewed 18 September 2011

This place was absolutely terrible. I only give it 2 stars because the breakfast was good, and the views were lovely (not so sure about LP saying it was breath-taking, but they were nice). The whole place REEKS of smoke. When we first got there, we noticed, but it wasn't too bad. The intensity increased due to the family that...

4Thank mjr0174
Santa Cruz, California
Reviewed 17 September 2011

Having stayed here 3 or 4 times in the past few years, I can highly recommend this B&B. Location is very convenient and near the bus terminal, but on a quiet hillside overlooking the bay. Rooms are clean and have large windows with views. Bathrooms are private or shared, always clean, with excellent shower and hot water 24 hours. A...

1Thank RogerCello
Randolph, Massachusetts
Reviewed 17 November 2010

We enjoyed staying at the Hospedaje Mirador. The breakfast was ample, showers strong and hot, beds comfortable. The kitchen is difficult to use because it is the family hangout space though they were happy to share for making a sandwich or storing food in the fridge. Not much to do in Castro, we preferred Ancud.

3Thank mswanderlust57
Reviewed 8 March 2007

On arrival in Castro we were met at the bus station by the owner and taken to the hospedaje which overlooks the water. It seems like a family home but there appeared to be many guests! All the rooms were really cosy and some had TV`s. The showers were good and we had a big breakfast! The only little problem...

7Thank Fifteen_15_Cornwall

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Address: Barros arana 127, Castro, Isla Chiloe, Chile
Region: Chile > Los Lagos Region > Isla Chiloe > Castro
Number of rooms: 50
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“Probably a better wifi signal in the front rooms. Saw a couple people sitting at our end of the hall using their iPad.”
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