We stayed here for one night over the Easter weekend when Santiago is, thankfully, very quiet as the locals leave the city for the beach. The hotel is well run, very clean and the staff are extremely courteous and helpful.
Traveller from Kent, England
This family-friendly Santiago hotel is located in the entertainment district, within a 10-minute walk of Peru Plaza and …More
Staying at the Gervasoni is an opportunity to live the experience of a writer from the Nineteenth Century. The location is magnificaent with a stunning and poetic view of the Valparaiso Bay. One may think about Melville's novels, Flora Tristan's voyage from Bordeaux, many vessels from England going north to San Francisco 150 years ago. From the comfort point of view the hotel is only fair, but it's worth the stay.
Traveller from Lima, Peru
Located in Cerro Alegre, this hotel is steps from Concepcion Lift and Casa Mirador de Lukas. Monumento de los Heroes de …More
This is just the type of hotel we love when we are traveling out of the country -- something comfortable but not your typical U.S. hotel/motel. Don't be put off by your approach to the Fauna. Neighborhood turned out to be convenient & we felt safe walking around. Rooms are spotless & functional -- great rooftop bar -- breakfast outstanding. Overall: much for your money. We all agreed we would love to come back to Valparaiso & would definitely stay at the Fauna.
Traveller from N
Located in Cerro Alegre, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Paseo Gervasoni and Casa Mirador de Lukas. Monumento de los …More
The hotel is located outside the town so it is quiet and it is surrounded by green areas. It has a very nice pool and area to sit outdoors. The view to the mountains is fantastic.
The reservation included dinner, but this was very disappointing. In the first place there is no door between the kitchen and the dining area so you hear everything that happens in the kitchen and unfortunately the cook likes listening to bad music very loud and sing along, this combined with the music for the dining area is just stressful. We asked if the kitchen could turn down the volume of the music and received a: "really?". Dinner was not good, we all had salmon with rice and tomatoes, and the rice was without any salt, we got uneven salmon portions (my son had a normal sized piece, me a much smaller piece than him and my husband seems to have received what was left over: three very tiny pieces from different cuts ..), and only my son got tomatoes on the side....
Breakfast was a loud experience again, I had to ask one more time if the volume of the kitchen music could be lowered ....
Traveller from Santiago de Chile
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Pukara de Quitor Archaeological Site and Meteorite …More