Hostels in Santa Fe, Argentina

2 hostels available. Prices start from $10.00 for a dorm bed.

Hostels in Santa Fe

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Mucho Bonito Hostel

Free Breakfast
Family-Friendly Hostel Solo Traveller Youth Hostel
"…Check in from 12:00 to 23:00 . Check out before 10:30 . Payment upon arrival by cash or bank transfers This property may pre-authorize your card before arrival. Taxes not included - VAT 21 … More

Olo Hostel

Free Breakfast
Digital Nomads Party Hostel Solo Traveller Youth Hostel
"…Our hostel offers shared rooms, a fully equipped kitchen, cozy living area, and a closed barbecue area (quincho). Enjoy our terrace, green patio, and swimming pool. We also have board games for … More

Hotels in Santa Fe

"…In case of a late cancellation or No Show, you will be charged the first night of your stay. Check in from 11:00 to 23:00 . Check out before 10:00 . Payment upon arrival by cash, credit & … More

Hostels in Santa Fe, Argentina

2 hostels available. Prices start from $20.00 for a dorm bed.

Get to know Santa Fe (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Santa Fe.

Guess what? Santa Fe is also named and spelled Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz - It is the same destination. Goodbye confusion.

Santa Fe, properly called Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz, is the capital city of the Argentine province of Santa Fe. Located in the northeastern part of Argentina, it is nearly in the middle of two main rivers, the Parana and Salado Rivers, which has made the city an ideal place for general commerce since prior to the Industrial Revolution.

Said to have been founded by a seafarer by the name of Captain Juan de Garay in the late sixteenth century, it was initially a settlement that depended largely on the Cayasta River (where it was founded) for the transport and production of raw goods, up until the mid-sixteenth century, when the original settlement had to be moved to present day Santa Fe in response to flooding of the Cayasta River. Initially a commercial transport and agricultural center, the Santa Fe of today has also become a tourist destination known for its lively nightlife, Santa Fe is also the perfect place to go if you’re looking for an all-around party atmosphere marked by good food, great drinks, and awesome company.

But Santa Fe is not without its meritorious sights as well, as it is home to the Convento y Museo de San Francisco, which, as the name suggests, is both a museum and a monastery. Santa Fe is also a hotbed of many other museums, the majority of which display the rich cultural and ethnic heritage of the area. Among the most popular are the Museo Historico Provincial, and the Museo Entografico y Colonia Provincial, both of which showcase the early history (political, of the former, and ethnic, for the latter) of Santa Fe. Nature lovers wouldn’t be lost in Santa Fe either -- the Granja La Esmeralda is an experimental, free-range zoo that imitates the habitats, range, and ecosystem of the animals it houses. Santa Fe is also home to the Cerveceria Santa Fe, a local brewery that produces its own brand of lager, and supplies residents and tourists alike with their pick of the best beers in town.

As this is a very popular tourist spot, finding places to dine and enjoy in Santa Fe is not at all difficult. Finding decent Santa Fe hostels is likewise a very easy thing to do. While the city boasts a number of classy joints for more affluent tourists, it also has its own range of affordable, family-friendly hostels within the city. In most cases the Santa Fe hostels or hotels up for grabs that veer towards the cheaper range are typically located some distance away from the city center, although there is regular transport, so it's not that much of a problem. Because Santa Fe tends to be packed during the holiday seasons, as well as during the summertime, booking your rooms several weeks prior to your trip should guarantee ease of transition and a lack of hassle upon arrival.

Written by local enthusiast for Santa Fe hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Santa Fe hostels Angelica Burrage

Santa Fe Hostel Cheatsheet

Above we list every single hostel there is in the city. Let us take a broader look at what you can expect - and what not. We created this cheatsheet for you to get a more complete picture of the hostel quality in Santa Fe, average prices and types of hostels to choose from.
Total number of hostels 2
Average dorm price $18
Cheapest Hostel in Santa Fe Mucho Bonito Hostel with $21.5
Party hostels in Santa Fe Olo Hostel (1 in total)
Average rating of all hostels 4.6

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