Tulip Inn Presidente Hotel Santiago
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Tulip Inn Presidente Hotel Santiago
TripAdvisor Reviews Tulip Inn Presidente Hotel Santiago
Travel Blogs from Santiago
... experience in Santiago our overall impressions are good. We're even willing to concede that perhaps we simply didn't make it to the parts of Vina Del Mar/Valparaiso that so many find appealing about the areas. Santiago is definitely a growing and developing city. It's finding its way with tourism and managing to maintain it's culture without selling out and becoming totally Americanized. We'd be interested to see where it stands in 10 years. ...
... open, so that people don't forget.
The museum took several hours, mainly due to the audio - you have to go at it's pace rather than your own, but we were still on time for the afternoon walking tour. This covered the main areas and buildings in downtown. The difference between here and where we visited yesterday is stark. The streets here are clean and wide with a more European feel. It's also ...
... my gadgets would charge because the electrical sockets are completely different in Chile to the rest of South America! #School-girl error. In my mind, the obvious thing to do was run around the city at 10pm in the dark to find an adapter with the only map I had being hand-drawn on a newspaper by a local pharmacist who had taken pity on me (when I asked him in broken Spanish if he sold plug adapters!) rather than wait until the morning. After trying ...
... as we would have had an extremely long walk.
We then headed into the city to watch a religious procession for Santa Maria taking place in the main square to celebrate the Saint attributed as the saviour of Chile. It was quite a procession which included the archbishop, bands and thousands of people who joined in at the end to walk around the city. They had loudspeakers broadcasting the service which continued as ...
... white, green, blue and red), bathing in hot springs and wandering the crazy rock gardens and stanky geysers. Thank god for my time spent living with my man Tommy fingaz Mabon otherwise I would have been wildly underprepared for that level of natural gas. More bubbling than a Todd Carney bender.
Between the four of us (Julian, Tom, myself and new Scottish pal Suz) we nabbed some pretty special photos of the scenery and wildlife on show - peep the facey and flickr albums. We ...