Las Terrazas

Address: Constitucion 664, Chillan, Chile | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLas Terrazas Chillan

Reviewed by srandac2015

Fantastic hotel

Reviewed Sep 22, 2015
by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

Good quality hotel located in the centre of Chillan. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here, rooms very comfortable and quiet. The hotel is very clean and comfortable and the staff are very professional and helpful. The wifi is very good and the so is the buffet breakfast. The price is good value for the quality of hotel. Highly recommend staying here if in Chillan.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Las Terrazas Chillan

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Chillan

Not even "Marriage Ref" could help!

A travel blog entry by andie-todd on Jul 25, 2012

3 photos

... needed some excellent trash t.v. We spent the ensuing hours watching "The Marriage Ref" on Channel "Glitz" (that should have been our first clue), which was so bad, you had to keep watching. Then, as 4.00pm rolled along we heard noise from outside our window.

This was it, there were two options that ran through our minds; 1. This town did indeed have residents, or 2. an angry mob of zombies had caught the scent of fresh ...

Home of O'Higgins

A travel blog entry by trekamerica on Oct 13, 2011

1 photo

... the commune of Chillán spans an area of 511.2 km2 (197 sq mi) and has 161,953 inhabitants (77,007 men and 84,946 women). Of these, 148,015 (91.4%) lived in urban areas and 1,938 (8.6%) in rural areas. The population grew by 8.3% ...

Rainy Days and Sunday Can't Get Me Down

A travel blog entry by nakiaford on Jul 07, 2009

2 comments, 5 photos

... In every picture he is smiling; bringing color to every black and white photo. He lived life to the fullest I am sure, I regret that he is the one Chileno I will never meet. I will get to know him every day through his children and he lives again in their eyes and in every smile.

The tour does not end with the house we move on the shed where the animal feed, fertilizer, seeds for planting and tracker are stored. With much ...


A travel blog entry by sherwoodforest on Jan 31, 2009

7 photos

Chillan was our first stop south of Santiago on our 3-week road trip. Jaime, the world's greatest English-speaking Chilean Hyatt concierge, recommended it as being about as far south as we'd want to drive given the hour we finally got rolling. Chile has one highway that runs the length of the country north to south - Route 5. It's 2 lanes each side and runs through (thus ...

Chilin´in Chillan

A travel blog entry by rhyshero on Aug 23, 2008

5 photos

... and later physical, agony. Predictably it got darker (tends to happen when the sun goes down), colder (see before), the sprinkling of inhabited buildings got thinner and the pain in my bladder became increasingly intolerable. Finally, the bus driver kicked us off the bus halfway up the mountain having refused to have his palm greased to take us the last 20km to our hostel. Before driving off he pointed at a house by side of the road saying ...