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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rugendas Santiago
Everything was neat, Well decorated, the staff was very nice and helpful.
Everyone speaks english.
Breakfast is included, and it's big.
Close to the subway and Many restaurants, bars, banks, supermarkets, etc.
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... they werent selling food anymore.
There were some stalls of food about 100m down the road luckily. Got two hotdogs and went back to sleep.
I did a walking tour on my first full day and met a kiwi and 2 aussies so spent the next few days with them. Saw the fish markets and vege markets. Lots of choice. Saw the cemetery which is 170 football fields in area. Massive. They rent or buy the space and itīs like apartment style- stacked on one top of ...
... our group were dropped off at some markets, but I'd jarred my knee on one of the cobbled streets so we stayed on the bus with 3 others and returned to the hotel. We went to a little convenience store to stock up for tomorrow (Good Friday, everything will be closed) and then wandered down to the local Pizza Hut for a lovely lunch. They don't serve wine, only beer or soft drink! Then we returned to,our room for a rest. Our tour guide and bus driver returned to ...
... me of climbing up the steps of Blarney Castle, but not inside. There were views over the city - tops of high rise towers, skyscrapers and .......smog. Could just make out the lower hills of the Andes. One of the buildings had a temp sign which read 32deg. Sat in the shade for a while the went back via an Artisans market.
In the later afternoon we walked through the ...
... almost two days :)
This was followed by, what my friends insist, lunch. I thought it was dinner :P We ate at a very nice Peruvian restaurant. Food was phenomenal! After that, I really needed a nap. So, we went back home, took a nap, and for dinner we had a bottle of wonderful bottle of Chilean wine. I feel happy and relaxed now.
... you to a lookout point, also a holy place as the statue of the Virgin Mary precides, but the Que was long and Chilean pesos short, no banks or ATMs in this part so we headed back to the NH Cuidad ( our hotel), for a battery recharge - we are getting used to this afternoon ziz. After we visited the Costanera Centre - new huge and we believe south Americas largest. We decided to try a local resteraunt that the hotel ...