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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
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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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As a kid and a teenager, I always lived in as mall town. Grew up in a quiet agricultural town 200 kilometres south of Santiago, the capital city. My whole school life was in Curico, until I graduated from school and started studying at the University. I had to start using the subway and public transportation (something I never used in Curico …
... I could make the entire trek. I was exhausted and drenched in sweat. Nevertheless, I pushed on.
As we continued to walk, I was actually thankful it was cloudy. Had the sun been out, I think I would have been in trouble.
The path we trekked was not easy either. No smooth path. This was all stones and rocks left by glaciers and landslides. However, the landscape was beautiful and there were birds and flowers everywhere as well as ...
... my rudimentary Spanish is coming back to me and I had no trouble getting the sort of coffee I like, listening in on some conversations, finding the bathroom and picking my way through the site explanations that were all in Spanish.
Down the funicular and back on the bus. Next stop Plaza de Armas, which 'reflects the city's Spanish origin' and is surrounded by a stack of notable buildings - all in the 1800's style of 4-4 stories, decorated fronts and ...
... out in the Bellavista neighborhood of Santiago, we set off to explore the city. The highlight of our day was discovering Cerro Santa Lucia, a huge hill capped by old battlements that overlooked the city and were surrounded by a beautiful park. From here we were able to see the scale of Santiago for the first time. In the evening we cooked ourselves dinner and had a few drinks with Cal, an Australian who was also staying in our ...
... of Santiago to be super nice. So we just figure he was confused because his America tourists were left at a residence and not a hotel. We're several blocks from a few big city parks and a mile or so from another popular neighborhood. Since Sunday is a time of worship and rest very little was open. We managed to find a cafe for some cervezas and ceviche. We were nervous ordering food ...