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I found this hotel/B&B purely by accident - and my wife and I absolutely loved it. The staff were terrific and provided excellent recommendations and directions for the local and not-so-local attractions. The morning breakfasts were very tasty and filling. Gustavo was tremendous in assisting...More
We stayed for 3 nigths and enjoyed the new year 16/17. The hotel has a great balcony from which you have an amazing view. The staffe is very friendly hand speaks English. The rooms are nice and clean. The shower works perfectly.
It's located in...More
The staff was absolutely wonderful, from helping us with our luggage to suggesting dining places. The room was small particularly if you have large suitcases (which we did) but had shelves and cubbies which helped. We just reorganized our belongings into the cubbies. The breakfast...More
A total deception! I've been in Valparaiso hundred of times and this was the worst experience ever. The room was dirty, no warm water, no wi-fi, a very poor breakfast. And overpriced. The only god thing was the location, in Cerro Alegre, near the El...More
Lovely cozy hotel with friendly smiley staff. Located at a very quiet serene area near Palacio Baburizza, and walking distance (5 mins) to the main area.
There's a simple breakfast daily with fruits, eggs, bread and muffins.
I can see some wear and tear in...More
US$37 - US$69 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#2 On the Beach Hotel in Valparaiso
#3 Best Value Hotel in Valparaiso
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I would like to know if I will have to climb any hills to reach the hotel, even if I take the elevator. Are there more hills afterwards? (I have a bad knee.)
Also, I booked a single room that is very small, but there's only one of me. Can someone tell me which floor this would be on? I would prefer a ground floor room so I don't have to climb any stairs in the hotel.
28 July 2015|
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The hotel is located very near the top of the ascensor but is in the middle of the block and that road is quite steep. In order to see the best parts of this city one must be able to navigate a lot of stairs and sidewalks on... More
The hotel is located very near the top of the ascensor but is in the middle of the block and that road is quite steep. In order to see the best parts of this city one must be able to navigate a lot of stairs and sidewalks on steep streets.
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