Hostel La Puerta

25 de Mayo 1011, Dorrego, Mendoza, Argentina, Distance from city centre: 1.8km

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Welcome to Hostel La Puerta........... our Hostel is a nice family-owned hostel, always concerned for our guests to feel like at home......

We have separated male/female dorms with shared bathrooms, with 4-5 bunkbeds each, for up to 8-10 persons.
The private room types available are :
1 Twin room with 2 single beds, with shared bath.
1 Double room with a double bed, with shared bath.
1 Double room with a double bed, with private bath.
Triple room comes with 1 double bed and a bunkbed, with shared or private bath.
Quadruple rooms comes with 1 double bed, a bunkbed + a single bed, with shared or private bath.
Quintuple room comes with 1 double bed and 2 bunkbeds, with shared or private bath.

Linen and towels are provided for free and all rooms have security lockers, heaters and/or fans, and bathrooms with 24hrs. hot showers.


From the Bus Terminal : You can take a taxi outside the terminal, it will take only 5 minutes to get to the hostel for 6 or 7 Argentinian Pesos.
From the Airport : From Mendoza Int'l. Airport, you can get a taxi for 30-35 A$. It should take around 25-30 minutes depending on traffic.
Coming by Car from the East : Coming from Highway 7 East, take the first exit to the right after Del Condor roundabout, turn left at the traffic lights, go under the highway and turn left again at the second traffic lights (there's a gas station in the corner), continue 4 blocks thru 25 de Mayo street up to Cobos street; Hostel La Puerta is 20 mts. ahead at your right hand.
Coming by Car from the South : Coming from Highway 40 South, take the exit to the left at Del Condor roundabout, continue 3-4 blocks and take the first exit to the right, turn left at the traffic lights, go under the highway and turn left again at the second traffic lights (there's a gas station in the corner), continue 4 blocks thru 25 de Mayo street up to Cobos street; Hostel La Puerta is 20 mts. ahead at your right hand.
Prices are per person per night.

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Cancellation Policy

This property has a 2 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

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From the Bus Terminal : You can take a taxi outside the terminal, it will take only 5 minutes to get to the hostel for 6 or 7 Argentinian Pesos.

From the Airport : From Mendoza Int'l. Airport, you can get a taxi for 30-35 A$. It should take around 25-30 minutes depending on traffic.

Coming by Car from the East : Coming from Highway 7 East, take the first exit to the right after Del Condor roundabout, turn left at the traffic lights, go under the highway and turn left again at the second traffic lights (there's a gas station in the corner), continue 4 blocks thru 25 de Mayo street up to Cobos street; Hostel La Puerta is 20 mts. ahead at your right hand.

Coming by Car from the South : Coming from Highway 40 South, take the exit to the left at Del Condor roundabout, continue 3-4 blocks and take the first exit to the right, turn left at the traffic lights, go under the highway and turn left again at the second traffic lights (there's a gas station in the corner), continue 4 blocks thru 25 de Mayo street up to Cobos street; Hostel La Puerta is 20 mts. ahead at your right hand.

Located Near

Located at Dorrego neighborhood, 5 blocks from the Bus Terminal and 10 blocks from San Martin Avenue, main street of downtown Mendoza.

Dorrego neighborhood is a nice district characterized by its beauty and warm dwellers, sorrounded by pubs, restaurants, mini-markets and tellers.

There's a bus stop 1 block from the hostel with several bus lines that takes you downtown or close to main attractions....... From La Puerta you can go to any place with the safety you deserve.........

Cross The Door and Feel Like at Home......

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