The 3 best hostels in Mendoza

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  Micaela Lujan 22/07/2019

Mendoza Capital or simply, the city of Mendoza is located in the Cuyo region, the heart of the best Argentine wines and is recognized for being the fourth most populated city in Argentina.

This is due to two reasons: First, it is impeccable to live in due to its tranquility and the great commitment that they have with the care of the environment and the public highway.

On the other hand and the most outstanding: Mendoza offers hundreds of activities to do and enjoy, whether from knowing the great green parks, rafting and visiting its vineyards, to knowing its history and the ancient Inca steps.

Being the capital of the province of Mendoza, this city has the best connections and is the perfect and most practical place to base yourself and explore everything you have in mind.

Next, we tell you which are the 3 best hostels in Mendoza to make your stay unforgettable.

Hostel de los Artistas

It is considered one of the best for its strategic location: is located at the heart of Mendoza, steps from the Plaza Cívica, one kilometer from Plaza Independencia, the Museum of the Cuyano Past and just 9 kilometers from El Plumerillo Airport.


Regarding your rooms, offers both shared as family with private bathroom.

Wi-Fi is free with high speed in all its facilities and for the safety of all guests, there are available large individual lockers.


What common areas has?

-      A fully equipped kitchen to prepare and store food.

-     A garden very well maintained with lounge chairs and a grill area with tables for those who enjoy a meal outdoor.

-      A living room with armchairs and a fireplace with books, records and board games available. Also, living up to its name, there are musical instruments like guitars and a piano to share good times.

-     Free parking.


And finally, it has extra services such as airport transfers and assistance in excursions (with additional costs).


Hostel De Los Artistas is perfect for everyone the public: families, groups of friends, couples or solo travelers.

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Windmill Hostel

In the downtown area of Mendoza, on Calle Salta 1191 and at 7 stables from the featured Museo del Pasado Cuyano , there is Windmill: a modern hostel and designed especially for those who like to travel to the “ backpacker ”style.


It has shared rooms with air conditioning, heating and sets of sheets and towels available.

In turn, for greater comfort and security, there are individual lockers for all guests.


It has a equipped kitchen and for common use, a very spacious living room with armchairs to rest, games and computers. Wifi is wide-ranging and free in all these facilities.


What other services include?

-      Free breakfast

-      24 hour reception

-      Tours and excursions (with cost additional)


Windmill is the ideal option for those who visit Mendoza for the first time since the excellent advice of their staff is very outstanding.

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Hostel Estación Mendoza

It is located in the center of the city, specifically on the street Primitive of Reta 547 , just 6 blocks from the bus station and a 20 minutes from the airport by vehicle.


Mendoza Station is a rustic hostel , with a very environmentalist decoration and murals of different colors in all its areas.


Regarding your rooms , offer both private as shared (and the bathroom also depends on this choice).


On the other hand, it has a wide kitchen equipped, where all travelers gather to share a meal and talks, and a garden with outdoor pool to use in the summer season.  


What other services include?

-      Breakfast

-      Free Wifi in all installations

-      Game room

-      24 hour reception.


Mendoza Station the most chosen by the people who travel alone or with a group of friends and want to meet different cultures of the world.

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