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I really like this hotel. It's a great boutique hotel in a good location. So many sites are within a 10 - 20 minute walk. We were here a week and loved our stay.
We had a Superior Double room. The bed is comfortable. The...More
Great location from which to explore the Bellas Artes neighborhood. We had a suite, which was beautiful and surprisingly affordable, with a balcony facing the park and Bellas Artes museum.
The hotel staff was very friendly and helpful, and the included breakfast was great -...More
Very cozy boutique hotel located in front of the same name museum. The location is central and about 2Km from the start/finish line of Santiago marathon. The room is very comfortable with a good bed and good shower. The breakfast is also very good.
The boutique hotels in Santiago are a gorgeous place to stay & this one is no exception.
Located on a corner in a gorgeous old building, the lobby & ground floor restaurant are spacious and light with a modern vibe.
Staff are great & speak...More
If you are seeking a relaxing boutique hotel set in a pleasant residential area of Santiago, for a couple of days, that is walking distance from some of the historical buildings and close to pleasant eateries then you have found your hotel.
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Good Day Clairton, just opposite the duty free, just before you collect your luggage there is a money changer and a transport company that sell taxi coupons. You can book your ride to the hotel from them which cost about... More
Good Day Clairton, just opposite the duty free, just before you collect your luggage there is a money changer and a transport company that sell taxi coupons. You can book your ride to the hotel from them which cost about 22,000 pesos. problem with this is when you come out of the airport, every man and his dog is trying to snatch the coupon off you, so you have to be very careful who you give the coupon to. Alternatively you can ask the hotel to arrange the transfer for you which cost 20,000 pesos. They will have someone with your name standing outside to meet you like any other airport. Have a fun, enjoyable and safe travel.