Walking distance to EVERYTHING, even gran torre, malls, train station, grocery store, etc. Not ideal for uber, on a main, busy, one way street and my ubers cancelled a lot.
Staff was friendly, spoke limited to no English. Concierge was convenient for tours. Loved the door man! Free wifi, business center n breakfast.
Traveller from Atlanta, GA
Located in Providencia, this boutique hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Mall Panoramico and within 3 mi (5 km) of Santiago Town …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 one of only a few high-end hotels serving tourists to the Atacama Desert. The desert is an enormous attraction, uniquely beautiful, large and various. The hotel offers many excursions to different spots in and near the desert, at different times of the day (sunrise, sunset) and requiring different levels of physical exertion. The staff organizing these are well-informed and very helpful. The rooms are large, well-appointed, and comfortable. The food is as varied as it can be, given the need to bring all food into the hotel from areas distant to it. And the wine was excellent. The cost of staying is very high -- ameliorated a bit by the all-you-an eat, all-you-can drink, all-you-can see policies. But it seemed worth it to my wife and me. Internet access is spotty in the evening, but that shouldn't be a big deal.
Traveller from Chicago, IL
Situated in San Pedro de Atacama, this spa resort is within 2 mi (3 km) of Valle Da La Muerte, San Pedro Church, and …More