Casa Olga B&B

Address: 18 de Septiembre# 31,Recreo, Vina del Mar, 0000, Chile | B&B
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This B&B, located on 18 de Septiembre# 31,Recreo, Vina del Mar, is near Vina del Mar Casino, Fonck Museum, Muelle Vergara, and Palacio Presidencial.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Olga B&B Vina del Mar

    Reviewed by teamjamesnshell


    Reviewed Feb 14, 2011
    by (6 reviews) Darwin , Australia Flag of Australia

    This was our first b & b we have stayed in. It met all our expectations and more, it is a beautiful home, the hosts were really lovely and went out of their way to help us, the breakfast was fit for a king! Fantastic place, definitely reccomend to anyone.

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