Club Hostel

Hostel

Address

San Martìn 134 San Salvador de JujuySee nearby area

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This adequate hostel has dark dorms that have lockers and triple-berth bunks last seen in steerage on the Titanic . Private rooms with bathrooms are pricy but decent, and there’s a kitchen and tiny Jacuzzi out the back. HI discount and tour agency.

Our independent authors have visited Club Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Jujuy.

Services & facilities

  • Guest services
    • 24 Hour Reception
    • 24 Hour Security
    • Tours/Travel Desk
  • Transport/transfers
    • Airport Transfers
  • Parking
    • Bicycle Parking
  • Recreation
    • Board games
    • Book Exchange
    • Cable TV
    • Common Room
  • Breakfast
    • Breakfast Included
  • Air Conditioning
    • Ceiling Fan
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • Free Internet Access
    • Free WiFi
    • Internet Access
  • Spa
    • Hot Tub
  • Housekeeping
    • Housekeeping
    • Laundry Facilities
    • Linen Included
    • Washing machine
  • Luggage storage
    • Luggage Storage

Description provided by property

Club Hostel (Hostelling International) is located in the city centre of San Salvador de Jujuy. Our location is prefect because it has access to all the circuits.

We offer singles, doubles, triples, quadruples and dorm roms, all with private bathrooms. Free breakfast.

We have several public spaces, with Plasma TV, Indoor and outdoor areas where you can read, rest, and enjoy a good argentinian Mate!

Other facilities are a Jacuzzi, solarium, etc. Our staff speaks English and of course Spanish.

***Note: please, if you are going to arrive after 17.00 please contact us. Otherwise we will cancel your booking.

We have a travel agency, where you can take tours to all over the:

*QUEBRADA DE HUMAHUACA: we visit Tumbaya - Purmamarca Village, with the "Paseo de los Colorados" and its Cerro de 7 Colores (7 colours hill)- Maimarà with the "Paleta del Pintor" - Tilcara, Pucarà, Altura Botanic Gardens, Huacalera Square an Museum, Tròpico de Capricornio - Uquìa Church.

* SALINAS GRANDES: to access to Salinas Grandes (salt mines), we cross Purmamarca and go up the step of Lipán to Abra de Potrerillo to the highest place, which is 4,170 mts above sea level. From there, we go down to Salinas Grandes. Trekking and walking. Safari with photos. We keep going to Barrancas, a typical village with the largest hieroglyphic in South America. * Parque nacional Cailegua : We leave to Yunga or Nuboselva (High mountain forest). Different difficulty levels an duration trekking in surroundings with a diversity of specias from the country and one of the most attractive regions for nature lovers, with several paths. Optional: Caimancito / San Francisco / Valle Colorado.

* Lagunas de Yala y Termas de reyes : We leave San Salvador de Jujuy and go into Potrero de Yala Provincial Park. We visit Coto de Pesca (fishing spots). We go up to Lagunas, which is on the hillside. Trekking on the area to see flora and fauna, Safari with photos, Mirador Termas de Reyes - Termal Baths in Termas de Reyes.

* IRUYA: Going past Humahuaca, we take a diversion to go to Sierra de Zenta Gorge, above the banks of the River Iruya. After going down along a gravel path with steep slopes 4,000 mts above sea level, through Abra de los Cóndores to arrive to Iruya. We visit the church and surroundings, scenic views and its steep streets.

La Quiaca, Yavi, Villazon : Once we are in La Quica, we can access, through the international bridge, to Villazón town, in Bolivia. Shooping time. Then we visit el cordón de los Ocho Hermanos and keep going to Yavi village. We walk around the village, the church, the Marquis of Toio house and Cerro Colorado (a hill), where there are prehistoric hieroglyphic and cave paintings. * Active tourism : Walkings, paragliding, sandboard, mountaineering, rides, climbing, trekking, cycling tours, Rural tourism, cultural tourism, community tourism, thermal tourism.

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