We only stayed here for 1 night but it was a very comfortable and inviting place to stay after our trip to the Atacama and it was easy to relax here.
The rooms were really nicely decorated and everywhere felt clean and tidy and staff seemed to constantly be cleaning the floors and communal space outside. The rooms are located around a big atrium and there are windows in the roof giving the place lots of natural light which was lovely. breakfast is served on the ground floor in the atrium and there was lots of choice with fresh fruit juices, biscuits, breads, cheeses, jam, tea/coffee and cereals and the staff always kept things replenished.
The downside with this hotel was that the bathrooms were communal and there was a queue for the showers in the evening with the showers on the 1st floor blocked so that you had to stand in ankle-high water whilst you showered - not the most hygienic! It took 20 minutes for the water level to drop but as soon as you began to shower, the water levels started to rise.
We had a room looking out of the back of the hotel and not near the railway track. We heard from others with rooms overlooking the tracks that they were awakened by freight trains throughout the night and so the key thing is to ask for a room not overlooking the track. Whist the views at the back weren't great, it was nice and quiet with no disturbances.
The hotel was a 10-15 minute walk to the bars, restaurants and banks which was a reasonable distance and away from the noise of the party district.
Whilst basic, this hotel is clean and a very welcome break after the dirt and grit of the Atacama.