This is an apartment, not a hotel, which has its advantages and disadvantages. To start with the advantages: You live among other Chileans, so don’t feel so much as a tourist. There is a large supermarket directly beside the entrance, and the meat, fish and vegetable market halls are in walking distance. As the kitchen is well appointed, you can make your own fresh meals at low cost. There is a small balcony, and a covered swimming pool with a great view over the town. Apart from the cleaning ladies attending to your apartment (who are very friendly and clean the rooms nicely every day), you do not feel as being in the hotel. However, that has its downsides. There is not really a reception, if you need anything, you have to go to another apartment, where staff usually watches TV (calling 1000 from the department never gave us any answer). They are nice, but the help they give is often no more than to provide you with a phone number they find on the net – in our case, the incorrect one). The phone numbers in the welcome book provided are all out of date, the batteries in both remote controls were empty, there was no prop in the bath tub...in other words, one does not really feel cared for, if that is, what you look after. There is free Wifi, and a single old laptop to use in an office room. The location is very central, just a street away from the Metro Station (that implies, the street is quite noisy, too), and we think, it is good value for money.
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