Hostal Decolores Valparaíso - Cheap and good accomodation option in Valparaiso.
HOSTAL DE COLORES- Cumming #603 Cerro Cárcel. 

Hostel Decolores is a house built in 1910 in Valparaíso and it is located opposite the former prison today become a cultural park. This hostel has an excellent view that allows the visitor to appreciate the beautiful postcard with all those "porteñas" houses hanging from the hills and also the wide lanscape showing Viña de Mar and Concón as background. Avarage Price per person CL$10.000 for any of its rooms.

From the bus station , at Chacabuco street , you take the local bus n°607 and it will leave you right at the door of this hostel.

A super breakfast included in the price! 

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