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Hotel Manoir Atkinson
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Reviewed December 6, 2013 via mobile

We had room 7 with a small balcony and a fabulous view of the ocean.
The room was charming with interesting art and a very comfortable bed.
The staff was friendly and helpful when asked for suggestions about sightseeing, etc.
We enjoyed the breakfast and felt the service was excellent.

  • Stayed: December 2013
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Thank Liblady67
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Reviewed November 19, 2013

You'll stay in a small house with actually only 6 or 8 bed rooms, I understand. The local flair of bygone era created by creaking wooden floors and stairs, comfy easy chairs around a fireplace and round or smaller square tables for breakfast on the other side of all the same "living room" plung you in the atmosphere of the historic neighbourhood where the Manoir is situated. From 2 tables outside in front of the house, you can see a part of the bay as you are up the hill, in a passage without traffic. The bedrooms are comfortable yet small. My single room (although with twin beds) No. 3, had a tiny flat screen television, enough to see the news f.i. It would be a shame to spend your time in front of a tv if there is so much to experience and taste in the immediate surrounding. The bathroom with shower and toilet offers amenties from the house. I suggest you ask for the bigger rooms if you are a couple or if you want to stay longer than my one overnight visit.
A continental breakfast with a couple of fresh fruit skewers and a custard cake to start, bread rolls, jam, sliced cheese and ham, can be completed with a la carte hot dishes at an extra cost. The waitress should be a little more attentive to see if guests arrive. Some guests wondered if she would appear from the kitchen or not. Otherwise, she and the other personnel is friendly and very helpful.
On a touristic roundtrip, these are the kind of places that add to the specific feeling of really experiencing a city or a region. As the hotel doesn't offer dinner service, among more cosy or attractive occasions to fulfill your gastromomic expectations, I strongly recommend to consider tasting the kitchen creations of Cafe Turri, closely around the corner, and with an overwelming panorama over the bay.

  • Stayed: November 2013, traveled solo
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2  Thank werner V
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Reviewed October 11, 2013

The Manoir Atkinson offered a clean very pleasant place to stay in a very cool city. The views from the hotel's two roofs are wonderful. It is a good bargain in terms of price and had really good continental breakfasts. Though you have walk hills wherever you are in Valparaiso, the Atkinson was centrally located and it was very easy to get to interesting parts of town by foot. I highly recommend the hotel and its pleasant staff.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank WillyAna
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Reviewed June 24, 2013

We stayed in room 5 and room 6 recently....both rooms on top floor, the balcony looks up the hills with a view of the Lutheran Church close by. Room 7 definitely the pick ...great views of the port and a large room. Hotel Atkinson is located on a hill but not a difficult walk up and if you prefer at night lots of lovely restaurants close by without a climb. We wondered the streets at night and felt quite safe...also galleries and touristy shops close by. Well located to walk most places like the Naval Museum, Restaurants, bars and general sightseeing. We booked for 2 nights and ended up staying 4 nights - was a great base. Staff really friendly, nothing is a problem and speak English. Wifi was great too.

Stayed: June 2013, traveled with friends
4  Thank Juliebond
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Reviewed May 20, 2013

We were disappointed in the Manoir Atkinson. Our room, #6, was incredibly small, uncomfortably so. The ceiling slanted and that was the only place to put suitcases. Watch your head!! We peeked into other rooms because they were empty - others were also very small. The towels were thin. The window had to be coaxed into opening, if you could get around the TV to reach it. The lever to hold it in place was attached with some sort of tape rather than hardware.

The breakfast was anything but gourmet. Eight pieces of fruit on a kebob stick, bread, cheese, ham, coffee, and a piece of merangue pie. An OK breakfast, but not gourmet. We mentioned to the manager that we thought the breakfast was lacking. He advised that they can call it "gourmet" because sometimes a portion of it is homemade (I think the pie).

It was cold and we tried and tried to turn the heat on. Finally, we called the desk and they had a simple switch in the lobby. Wish they had turned it on when we arrived.

The staff was friendly, but only offered information or assistance when asked. We met one couple there who had walked all around Valparaiso the day before and said they would have gone on one of the free tours, if they knew about them.

By way of suggestion, perhaps the Atkinson could give a 5-minute introduction to new guests or offer a welcome drink or have tea or coffee available all day. Any one of these things might have made us feel more at home and welcome.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank BARBARAChicago
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