How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews Zerohotel Valparaiso
Travel Blogs from Valparaiso
After a very late night and fantastic day 'off' yesterday we were up and out early and headed to Viña del Mar. The route took us through the city and copper mines and also the Atacama Dessert. Very dry and sparsely vegetated. Soon the bus passed through many acres of vineyards - You know my love of wines and this area produces many varieties - my favourite -Carmenere and an exceptional Syrah!!! I know Dan Murphy's has a good range ...
... vacation of pineapple and mango ending with a graham cracker crusted lemon pie. Another winner.
The Syrah was the first "cool-climate" syrah we tasted. Nothing like a typical fruity, fuller-bodied California style, it invited us to enjoy it's robust but lighter style. Raspberry, walnut, and herbs (think bay leaf), a floral component of lavender, and an ending of pepper, smoke and flintiness.
Lunch- We had a spectacular lunch-only at Vińa Mar ...
... instant coffee, and makes Folgers seem like the finest Kona blend. It ended up taking a while, but Peter eventually found a passable cup of coffee and even remembered how to ask for a "to go" cup in his most imperfect Spanish. Following that, we walked around Valpo a bit more before deciding to head up to a beach town north of Valpo called Vina del Mar.
The front desk manager at our hotel (who spoke about ten English ...
... hostelu, ale víme, ze si musíme vzít autobus, protože je to celkem daleko od centra. Tak nastoupíme do jednoho, na kterém je napsáno ‘Playa Ancha [Anča]’, jelikož na mapě to vypadá, ze hostel je nedaleko a máme štěstí a zaveze nás to celkem blízko. ‘Playa Ancha’ napovídá, ze by jsme měli byt blízko nějaké plaze, ale hostel je v residenční oblasti na kopci, ze kterého je vidět cele město. Vlastně ...
... of the port itself. The town was actually build up over the years and now laid on what was a part of the Atlantic. The port used to be the main port in the whole of South America and stayed this way until the Panama Canal was built. It was still obvious to see that the port was very much in use, although it seemed less active than the one we have seen in Antofagasta at Christmas. Our next port of call (pardon the pun) was in the once expensive street of Calle Serano. It is now ...