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Guest House Santiago, Chile

4.5
71 reviews71

Reception ; Houskeeping; In Santiago o San Jose


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This host has recently approved volunteers and is looking for more applications.
Practice Spanish
6 travelers recommend this host to practice Spanish
Connect with international travelers
6 travelers recommend this host to meet travelers from all around the world
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What you offer

30h

Hours per week
Help out and collaborate with your host only a few hours per week.
Housekeeping
Help with changing the bed linens and general housekeeping.
Night Shift
Help with night shift tasks and create a relaxing environment for guests.
Reception
Help with check-ins, check-outs and guest assistance.
Cleaning
Help clean the kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms and common areas.
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What you get

2

Days off per week
Have some time off for yourself, go explore the city or rest for a while.
Shared Dorm
You will have a bed in a shared room, which means you will share the same room with other travelers.
Breakfast
You are entitled to a free breakfast, every day of your stay.
Free Laundry
You can use our laundry room freely.
Use our equipped kitchen
Feel free to use our kitchen and make your own delicious food.
Support
Support
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The Experience

Se trabajaran 30 horas a la semana , tenemos dos alojamientos uno en Santiago y en San Jose de Maipo. Los turnos pueden ser en cualquiera de los dos alojamientos , en el caso de que te toque trabajar en San Jose de Maipo se te entrega el dinero para el metro, bus y taxi. La tareas a desempeñar en hostel pueden ser, recepción, (noche de 19pm a 01am o de 01am a 07am y los domingos de 15pm a 21pm o de 21pm a 02am) y limpieza de 08 am a 14 pm!

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Requirements

  • Beginner Spanish and Beginner Portuguese
  • Between 22 and 43 years old
  • Only hosts solo volunteers (doesn’t accept couples or pairs)

What's not included

Flights, Travel Insurance, Internal Transportation and Visa

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Availability

Jun
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Sep
Oct
Nov
Stay at least
4 weeks
Stay up to
2 months

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71 Reviews

4.5

Host & Team

4.5

Hours & Tasks

4.5

Guest House

4.5

Learning & Fun

4.5

How this experience will transform you

6 Practicing Spanish

6 Meeting international travelers

6 Immersing in the local culture

4 Meeting locals

3 Creating true social impact

2 Get in touch with nature

Brazil

4

I'd recommend this hostel for travelers who are looking for a chill place. There's an amazing terrace to hang out and it's quiet enough for you to study and read. All the volunteers (which are mostly Brazilian) and the staff are super buena onda (gracias, Katty, Cata and Fran!). The location is amazing, a lot of cool places are walking distance or a short metro trip away. The only major downsides are the kitchen, which could be much better equipped (no stove :/) and our bathroom, which was under construction the whole time, which caused us some problems, initially.

over 4 years ago

Brazil

4

Staying in Bella 269 was a very nice experience. The Hostel is extremely well located, there are supermarkets, parks, museums, restaurants, bars, and everything you may need on a walking distance.
The other staff of the hostel are very nice people. We had once in a while very nice meals together. Bella 269 is a quiet place, the rooms are not shared very often. So the travelers are mainly in closed groups.
The hostel have a very nice terrace to go to at night. But some other aspects are lacking. There is no stove or oven. Cooking can be made in a microwave only. Also reparations take long.

over 5 years ago

Brazil

3

Primeira experiência fora do meus pais vivendo como nômade digital (trabalhando on-line) e fazendo voluntariado. Decidi viver essa experiência pra me submergir na cultura local e praticar espanhol. Sou grato pela flexibilidade e fluidez no trabalho. Acredito que pode melhorar os quarto dos voluntários e um café da manhã mais equipado. Gracias por todo.

11 days ago

Argentina

5

una experiencia muy buena para conocer chile y estar comodo en un lugar de trabajo responsable

19 days ago

Brazil

5

Hostal Bella 269 fue una muy buena experiencia, está muy bien ubicado, cerca del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes y de la Estación de Metro Bellas Artes. La convivencia es muy buena, con voluntarios brasileños y gente de otros países también. El personal del hostel me atendió muy bien, siempre se preocuparon por si necesitaba algo. Carla y Léo son muy buenos anfitriones, muy amables en todo momento. Sebastián fue muy atento en orientar las tareas, y Kath es una persona maravillosa, que siempre me ayudó en todo lo que necesitaba. Solo tengo que agradecer por la experiencia!

23 days ago

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