Due to storms in the Atacama we flew down a day early and spent 3 nights here. It’s right in the heart of the UN Heritage area and very convenient. Relaxed atmosphere and very friendly staff. Room was lacking hanging space but adequate. Breakfast relaxed and whilst limited-…
MM450 is a nice boutique hotel – in keeping with the image of Valparaiso. The only b-Moll comes from fact that the windows of our room opened all to the hallway and thus not well suited for having fresh air – or daylight. Everything else was beyond specific critique.
Very small (10 rooms) hotel part way up Allegre Hill in Valparaiso. Wonderfully located near several great restaurants and points of interest. Easy to get to the central district as well as multiple funiculars. Great hotel, wonderful breakfast included, staff that is…
Super tiny rooms. No chairs in the room. No closet in the room. The bed was very uncomfortable. Very bad internet. Breakfast is just the same menu for all. No options to choose from. Honestly, I would not stay in Valparaiso.
So the first thing I have to say is I did not enjoy Valparaiso, and that includes Cerro Alegre where the hotel is situated. I made the mistake of booking five days in this horrible town. The only positive about the town was it was next door to Vina del Mar which I liked a lot.…
"Best to stay in Viña del Mar where which is much modern. Valparaiso is a hill so the farther from the port the more you have to climb."
"Steps may make it difficult for older folk."
"Ground floor is best."
"Upstairs rooms may be better"
"The bigger rooms have view to the city, the smaller rooms have views of the property."