Hotel Manoir Atkinson

Address: Paseo Atkinson 165, Valparaiso, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Paseo Atkinson 165, Valparaiso, is near Plaza Sotomayor, Paseo Gervasoni, Fine Arts Museum (Palacio Baburizza), and Navy Building.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Manoir Atkinson Valparaiso

        Reviewed by andreaubok

        Gem in Valparaiso

        Reviewed Dec 24, 2016
        by (4 reviews) New York City , United States Flag of United States

        Charming hotel in a perfect location, we were able to walk all over Valparaiso from here. Claudio was helpful, knowledgeable, friendly and his English was excellent. Our room was charming with a long terrace overlooking the ocean. Our room was comfortable & clean and breakfast was delicious, we hated to leave.

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