Enjoyed the accommodation and the neighborhood. Many restaurants and parks within walking distance. Easy access to the Metro. Breakfast was in the room. I would recommend to all who want to experience Santiago
I stayed at 2 distinct rooms in the RQ Providencia, both rooms were great, very comfortable, for staying with 2 kids.The only downside is that wife on the 3rd floor, room 311 if I'm not mistaken, didn't work well.
I do not recommend. First I asked to move to another room because there was a bar on the same building that is very noisy at night. In the new room was dirty, the power outlets didn't work. The air-conditioner broke and I asked to fix it, but nobody came. The breakfast is…
Spacious, nice location but it is not an hotel, is an aprt-hotel where nobody speaks english. Breakfast is a basket delvered to the room, very poor options and because of a misunderstanding I had no bteakfast one day.
Discovered via a last minute effort to find a room, the apartment (double) was a nice surprise. While the building and set-up might be a bit off-turning, the actual apartment was nice, clean and comfortable. Having a small kitchen is quite practical, while not used this time.…
"Rooms on higher floors are quieter"
"Not sure, but the front side seemed to be a bit loud with traffic."
"In the case that they offer high floors, remember that Chile it´s a city that may have earthquakes."
"Unfortunatly, to save 20 USD I did not go to a real hotel"