Chill Inn Hostel

Aristides Villanueva 385,Mendoza,Argentina

  • Experience World-class Service at Chill Inn Hostel

    Featuring a garden with an outdoor pool and barbacue facilities, Chill Inn Hostel offers rooms with free Wi-Fi in downtown Mendoza, surrounded by many bars, restaurants and shops. Rooms at Chill Inn Hostel are fitted with air conditioning. Some have private bathrooms and views of the garden. All rooms have free Wi-Fi access, as well as the garden. This hostel has 24-hour front desk service. A shared kitchen, sun terrace and lounge area with a TV and video games are available for guests to use. Grocery delivery is also offered. Chill Inn Hostel is 1 km from San Martin Park and 2 km from Mendoza Bus Terminal. El Plumerillo Airport is 8 km from the property.

    Amenities

    • Internet
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Currency Exchange
  • reviews

    • Nice hostel

      4.0
      Reviewed 15 June 2019

      The Chill Inn hostel is very well located on Mendoza's busiest street of restaurants and bars, Aristide Villanueva. Staff was helpful but a "confusion" happened at check out: staff though we owed them US25 more than what our reservation on booking said... It was eventually resolved. A good amount of common space: Big shared kitchen, good size living room, and decent swimming pool area. Cons: No towels provided, not very well isolated against noise. Swimming pool not heated.

      sarimandchris
    • It's just... crummy

      2.0
      Reviewed 18 April 2019

      Though its ratings may suggest it's one of the better hostels in Mendoza, Chill Inn has managed to be a disappointment in its own special way. I characterize it as death by a thousand small indignities, and it left me almost unable to discern what was so wrong. Almost, I say, because I sat and thought about it for the sake of this review and came up with an answer. What I realized is that everything in Chill Inn is on the verge of breaking. Doorknobs, kitchen faucets, pool filters, armchair pleather, kitchen cabinets, my patience. Even the metal catwalk leading to the pool area feels as though it could collapse at any moment, sending some poor backpacker tumbling three meters to the concrete below. Some things have already succumb to their fate, like the tea kettle, the air-con remotes and the the printer. Regarding the latter, what kind of hostel has no working printer? Nearly everyone who comes in and out of Mendoza does so on a bus and those tickets need to be printed. Surely dozens of people (probably more) have asked the hostel to print theirs out, because thats what ALL hostels do for their guests. I know because I desperately begged the hostel across the street and they generously did it for me. And yet management at Chill Inn shrugs their shoulders and says Yea, Im not sure where youll do that. Its Saturday. Everything is closed. And that really says it all. No one at Chill Inn except the one heroic woman who cleans the entire place seems to care a whole lot about their jobs and the result is a hostel completely devoid of comfort. It seems only minimal effort is applied to any problem, which itself becomes a problem when the front door is locked, youre trapped inside, and no one feels like doing their job and being present to unlock it and let you out. I could say the same applies to breakfast, which consists of precisely the following: a basket of uncooked eggs on the kitchen counter, butter and cream cheese packets, a tiny loaf of white bread, a pitcher of pink yogurt and milk, corn flakes and coffee so strong and dark I could use it to refill a fountain pen. Even the teabags taste bad. Maybe you could stay there and come to a better answer than I have, but Id recommend staying elsewhere. Maybe the place across the street. I hear they have a really great printer.

      LostAndyFound
    • Greeat place to Chill

      5.0
      Reviewed 22 March 2019

      Chill inn for sure is a great hostel managed by a nice argentinian guy. Good place to Chill and good place to have fun, by the pool. Definitely would stay there again if happens to be by Mendoza, Argentina.

      Alan M
    • Great hostel to visit

      4.0
      Reviewed 12 February 2019

      Stayed three nights. Tropical hostel I would say. First night, there were eight people in the room - 4 bunkbeds. Second night I had a single room and the third night, the eight person room again. Was pretty loud each night as people were talking in the hallways throughout the entire night. Made it hard to sleep at times. But the hostel is very clean and well kept and the staff is very friendly.

      Steve S
    • Best hostel in Mendoza!

      5.0
      Reviewed 14 December 2018

      Brilliant hostel, owner is a legend, nice and clean and the bathrooms are fantastic. Nice and quiet but also a good spot to meet people and sit down for a few beers. Lovely pool area for the really hot days. 10 out of 10.

      Duffmantravel

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