If you are staying in Valparaiso, this is the place to stay. In short, this B&B is very clean and comfortable, located in a great neighborhood, and is reasonably priced.
The pictures on the website are very accurate, so you can use them as a guide. I have stayed in a double room (called "Habitacion 01" on the website), which I have reserved in advance. The room was very spacious, had two windows to the street, and even a small balcony from where I could see the ocean. The bathroom had a shower stall only, no bath tub. The bed was king size, there were also two nightstands, a very comfortable chair, and a small flat-screen TV. The closet had plenty of space and a safe (ask for the key if you need it). And as I said earlier, everything was spotless. Wi-fi speed was excellent, it handled Skype video calls very well. The breakfast was good, too.
I had not run into other guests, but judging by the number of plates at the breakfast table, the hotel was nearly full. Yet there were no noise issues. The street outside was rather noisy in the evening (there is a restaurant next door), but all the noise dies down by around 11 pm.
The neighborhood (Cerro Concepcíon) is one of the safest in Valparaiso, there are plenty of places to eat, especially on Admirante Mott street which is just a block away from the hotel. Note, though, that as elsewhere in Chile, the dinner typically starts around 8 pm, so some places may be closed earlier. The Ascensor Concepción, the oldest one in Valparaiso, is also very close at the end of Templeman street. There are plenty of observation points on Cerro Concepción as well, offering views of the city and the harbor. You can also safely walk to Paseo Yugoslavo, Plaza Sotomayor, and even to La Sebastiana and Cerro Bellavista via the Alemania street, although it would be a long walk to the latter two destinations. And as anywhere in Valparaiso, be prepared to climb steep hills!
The only downside to this B&B is that it is not easily reachable by public transportation. The nearest bus stop is a few blocks away and getting on the bus and walking to the hotel with a lot of luggage would be a challenge. Taking a taxi from a bus station is the only alternative, and I would recommend it for safety, too (see tip below).
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