A nice hotel at which to stay when crossing the Andes. It has a limited breakfast menu, and warm "hot" water. There was a thick duvet and no sheet on the beds, but the temperature and comfort were good, and we slept OK. Come for the views. The wi-fi varies but is generally good. There are enough electrical outlets, but they are a bit hard to get to. Rooms have a table and chairs, average bathroom lighting. I don't think you would want to stay for more than a day or two, as there are limited things to do nearby.