From a delicious, healthy, continental breakfast to the excellent location of this quirky older building finished with traditional Chilean woods and outfitted with comfortable furniture you'd like to have at home, this hotel is a real treat.
The ten rooms are in the second floor of a 19th-century mansion, restored to a T and with many relaxing touches. Drapes are the order of the day, with colorful, geometric cloth everywhere, and open spaces, lanterns and a wooden interior setting them off. Rooms are large enough, but not vast (though they have a three-bed triple perfect for families).
The staff is helpful and knowlegeable, and the hotel is located just a few blocks from Plaza Italia, a transportation hub, as well as near Cerro San Cristobal and the Pablo Neruda house/museum, La Chascona. The hotel is above the posh little square of patio Bellavista, with many dining options and lots of places to buy quality souveneirs.